Planetwatch July 2019




Home and Heart Connect with neighbors and siblings on July 1. The Cancer new moon / solar eclipse on July 2 ignites change; step up commitments. Appreciate your home and Earth on July 3. Creative thoughts and conversations lead to opportunity on July 4. Party and play on July 5. Deep healing can be subtle or profound on July 6; time to clean house.

Slow Down

Mercury retrograde begins on July 7, so have your files backed up, double-check appointments, and scrutinize unsent messages for the next few weeks. Disagreements on July 8 promote better understanding if we do the work. Choose your battles on July 9; compromise does not mean capitulate. New alliances or relationships deepen on July 10, when tough conversations are broached and explored. Careful attention on July 11 will help you avoid accidents and also benefit from clues to “buried treasures.” Time spent in nature on July 12 feeds the soul.

Love and Work

Too many choices blur priorities on July 13. Investigate with exuberance on July 14. Laser focus on July 15 discovers the gold. The Capricorn full moon / lunar eclipse on July 16 encourages passion in any project. Upsets reveal possibilities on July 17. Reward morning productivity on July 18 with some fun in the p.m.

Pride Matters

The right companions conjure infinite options on July 19. Exposure to music and the arts stimulates inspiration on July 20. Releasing any uncomfortable obsessions on July 21 enables great freedom. The fast track on July 22 benefits from attention to the course. Charisma only goes so far on July 23; responsible follow-through is required. Avoid shortcuts on July 24.

Bold Beginnings

Choose the activity on which you most want a return on July 25, and then exercise patience. Appreciate your five senses and savor each moment on July 26. Clear communication is essential on July 27; assume nothing. July 28 offers a roller coaster of chatter. Ideas and situations erupt out of nowhere on July 29 and can be unsettling. Step up to serious matters to generate solutions July 30. The July 31 Leo new moon brings Mercury direct and the promise of courageous enterprise.

Pamela Cucinell offers spiritual insight with a practical twist through both astrology and tarot at InsightOasis.com. She provides guidance through her website, private sessions, YouTube videos and webinars. For more information, contact her at pamela@insightoasis.com or 917.796.6026.

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News Briefs

Stony Kill’s Annual Butterfly Festival Set for July 27

Stony Kill’s Annual Butterfly Festival Set for July 27

11 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 27
Awaken Wellness Fair Returns to New York City

Awaken Wellness Fair Returns to New York City

10 a.m. to 5 p.m., July 28
Integrative Nutrition Wellness Coaches Join Katonah Podiatry

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“We work with clients to help them create happy, healthy lives in a way that is flexible, fun and self-fulfilling, through nutrition and lifestyle changes."
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Organic Hair by Helen Adds New Color Lines

Organic Hair by Helen Adds New Color Lines

She chooses products that use natural ingredients and create natural-looking results.
Spirit Festival Announces Presenter Lineup

Spirit Festival Announces Presenter Lineup

September 13 to 15
Live Sound Healing Concert at Golden Prana in Katonah

Live Sound Healing Concert at Golden Prana in Katonah

from 7 to 9 p.m. July 10
Next ‘Food Truck Friday’ Set for July 19 in Pound Ridge

Next ‘Food Truck Friday’ Set for July 19 in Pound Ridge

Now in Second Year, Dover Farmers’ Market Is Growing

Now in Second Year, Dover Farmers’ Market Is Growing

Open 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Sunday through October 20
Common Ground Farm Hosts Sun & Earth Festival

Common Ground Farm Hosts Sun & Earth Festival

3 to 8 p.m. on August 3, with a rain date of August 4
Herb Garden Days at John Jay Homestead

Herb Garden Days at John Jay Homestead

10 a.m. to 2 p.m. July 20, August 17 and September 21
Science Barge Offers Open Harvest Weekly through August

Science Barge Offers Open Harvest Weekly through August

Every Thursday from 4 to 6 p.m. through the end of August
Glynwood Hosts Food + Farm Day in Cold Spring

Glynwood Hosts Food + Farm Day in Cold Spring

From noon to 4 p.m., rain or shine on July 13
Dr. Kurt Beil Leads Monthly ‘Walk with a Doc’ in Chappaqua

Dr. Kurt Beil Leads Monthly ‘Walk with a Doc’ in Chappaqua

The walk is held from 10 to 11 a.m. every second Saturday, rain or shine, at Gedney Park in Chappaqua.
Inaugural Summer Sounds Festival Kicks Off in Peekskill

Inaugural Summer Sounds Festival Kicks Off in Peekskill

2 to 10 p.m. on July 27, on Peekskill’s downtown waterfront
Percussion Therapy Is Noninvasive Treatment for Jaw Pain

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Benefits of this noninvasive treatment include improved range of motion, decreased pain and improved strength.
Integrative Med Solutions Designs Summer Detox Protocols

Integrative Med Solutions Designs Summer Detox Protocols

“Naturopathic medicine enables you to utilize your systemic healing powers through acupuncture, clinical nutrition, botanical medicine, homeopathy and nutraceutical supplementation.
Zen Zone Sensory Gym Now Open in Croton-on-Hudson

Zen Zone Sensory Gym Now Open in Croton-on-Hudson

"It’s a place for children of all abilities, a progressively designed play and learning space that inspires everybody to be truly present while having fun.”
Certification Courses in Ayurveda to Begin in October

Certification Courses in Ayurveda to Begin in October

The certification programs are for anyone who would like to deepen their knowledge of health for their own and their family’s well-being.
Ossining PULSE Empowerment Retreat Set for August

Ossining PULSE Empowerment Retreat Set for August

from 5 p.m. August 2 to 10:30 a.m. August 4
Bedford Hills Wine and Beer Bar Has ‘Taken Off’ since Opening

Bedford Hills Wine and Beer Bar Has ‘Taken Off’ since Opening

The bar hosts events like informative talks, meditation classes, live jazz nights and game nights.
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Many causes of memory loss and dementia are known and can be evaluated and treated.
Mycological Society Leads Area Mushroom Walks

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Participants will forage for wild mushrooms and gain a deeper understanding of the local ecology.
Vegan Cooking Class at Good Choice Kitchen

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Spirit Festival Coming to Connecticut Riverfront

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“Neurofeedback uses sensitive technology to track and release stuck or disregulated brainwave patterns, helping restore harmony and balance to the central nervous system.”
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“This new model makes feasible business sense, but we also felt very strongly about establishing a fair platform that invests in the future of farmers."
Farm Sanctuary Hosts Free Vegan Picnic and Open House

Farm Sanctuary Hosts Free Vegan Picnic and Open House

noon to 2 p.m. on June 29