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Stellar Code Chiron – Integrating the Wounded Healer
Sagittarius is a large constellation best viewed in early summer. The constellation as a whole is distinctive for looking like a teapot, complete with spout and handle. The most easily identifiable part of it is the group of stars around the bow and central figure that form a trapezoid shape. Sagittarius is the happy hunting ground of the summer observer. Within it lays the very heart of the Milky Way itself, providing vistas that are unparalleled in grandeur and diversity. Southern Hemisphere observers have the best view since Sagittarius flies straight overhead when viewed from Australia, South America, and southern Africa.
Sagittarius contains a rich part of the Milky Way, lying towards the center of our Galaxy. The exact center of the Galaxy is believed to be marked by a radio-emitting source that astronomers call Sagittarius A. Scientists speculate about the existence of a huge Black hole in the center of our Galaxy: an enormous celestial body, disproportionally dense and much heavier than our own sun. The “heart center” of the Galaxy expresses a tremendous amount of gravitational force. In addition, there are many other notable celestial objects in Sagittarius, including the Lagoon Nebula and the Trifid Nebula, two massive clouds of gas lit up by the stars inside of them. We can infer that in this section of the universe, extraordinary events take place and amazing exchanges of light energies of various degrees through the vastest of consciousness manifestations.
Sagittarius is a constellation of Sumerian origin, subsequently adopted by the Greeks, and this helps explain the confusion over its identity and nature. Ancient Babylonians referred to Sagittarius as Pabilsag or Nergal, a god with wings and the head of a lion. The Greeks pictured Sagittarius as a centaur, a creature that was half horse, half-human. Adding to this is the fact that there is a second Centaur constellation: Centaurs. The problem of having two centaurs in the sky has meant that their myths have frequently overlapped, although their ascribed natures and origins are very different – Chiron being gentle, wise and peace-loving, at the same time as Sagittarius, known to originate from Mesopotamia, is war-like and fierce.
The Greek mythology encircling the figure of Chiron, The Wounded Healer, is of great assistance in helping us acquire a deeper understanding of the archetypal energies of Healing in our life journey, especially when we get in touch with the Original Wound, the wound of Separation from our Divine Source.
As an archetype, Chiron is said to embody the key lessons humanity is in need of now: the ability to link the daily concerns of life with more urgent and profound spiritual realities. Chiron thus symbolizes the ability to establish a working bridge between the realm of the earth and the realm of Spirit and to foster a healthy balance between them.
When dealing with our own individual pains of the Original Wound, we tend to mistakenly perceive this wound as abandonment. We act as if the Divine Source has turned a cold back to us, because we have forgotten that it was our own choice, our will to leave and to pursue this very long, drawn-out search for Truth, to Know Truth, and to experience form and interact with different stages of manifested consciousness. These are all lessons selected by our own Souls, and when it is perceived through our individual Mind, Heart, and Soul, we will find has never been cut off from Source.
In our search for love and for the understanding of our purpose, and because of our forgetfulness, we may also find pain; layers of pain, branching from what we recognize as the Original Wound, which has given birth to our Ego, the part that helps us with Self-identification but ultimately must also be discarded and replaced with the Self -realized True Self.
Sagittarius expresses the many different natures of a hybrid archetype. This is attenuated by the fact that this constellation shares its aspects and effects with another influential constellation in the night sky at this time of the year, the Orion Constellation.
Stellar Code Chiron was originally published on the Humanity Healing Network