The Agony and Ecstasy When Planets Collide

We all like to talk about being in the 5th dimension but the sixth dimension is the true life transition where we are headed: where the dark and the light dance together as brothers and sisters knowing they need each other for transformation to take place. This is the beginning of moving through a time of uncertainty and coming into non-duality.

Dr. Toni Galardi

Do ya’ feel like you’ve been on a roller-coaster ride this past year that feels nothing like Disney’s Space Mountain except for the twists and turns? Welcome to Covid 20-21, ahem, I mean the greatest spiritual transition we’ve seen on the planet since the 15th century. Warning: More historical references to the Italian Renaissance. As I’ve been watching this series on Netflix called Medici: Masters of Florence about the most powerful banking family in Florence during the early Renaissance, one of the things I was struck by was the contrast between the emergence of great artists and Cosimo Medici’s support of some of them. The visionary artist Filippo Brunelleschi, is an example. He is the architect that designed Il Duomo di Firenze. It was the first architectural construct of its time as cathedrals go that was composed of a single shell and yet simultaneously, Florence was also dealing with the catastrophic spread of the Black Plague.

What distinguished the Medici family from other banking families (which almost bankrupted them at times because other bankers opposed their altruism) was their philosophy in helping the poor so more people were elevated and the hygiene issue that contributed so much to those who had nothing could be transformed. They probably also knew that without cheap labor, their infrastructure would collapse. The Medicis were a shining example of the extremes of dark and light with their Shakespearean (and might I say, Machiavellian) tragedies. At that time and once again, we have the planets Saturn in Aquarius (responsibility around humanity) and Uranus in Taurus (ruling new ways of doing banking and financing). These two archetypes square one another, so the conditions that often manifest as great enlightenment coming to the planet such as plagues, can also produce alchemy and prolific creativity. Turning lead into gold requires friction and high spiritual consciousness applied to the process. Further, this time around we also have Pluto, the god of death and transformation in the sign of Capricorn making a return to the place it was at on the day we declared Independence from the British. It is getting very close now to exactitude before it retrogrades in April so the subject of personal independence versus the good of the collective is a big topic this last year. Early next year in 2022, it will go exact. As Capricorn rules society and its structures, we are seeing through the catalyst of our most recent plague, far reaching changes in many areas and more to come: education, commerce, the workplace itself being restructured, new healing modalities, etc.

As it was at the time of the Renaissance, art and creativity in general are proliferating along with more viruses until more people experience the relationship between their immune system flourishing and their lives aligned with their soul’s purpose. At least, this is my sense. For those into social media, “something going viral” is applauded as a great success, right? Here we have manifested its dark side, an acute mutating virus.

The interview I gave on Beyond Belief with George Noory on the Gaia network aired two weeks ago to a huge response. Over a thousand people joined my LifeQuake Tips for Managing Change newsletter and I personally received at least one hundred and counting emails from people who reported feeling equally moved by my message and yet at the same time, in angst or misery in a job that doesn’t fulfill them. I am passionate about helping people get aligned to their mission and, what is also true is that I can’t see everyone privately so the once a month live global activations with me in the powerful quantum field can be a first step in unblocking yourself from the fear of change that allows for space to hear the subtle messages from your soul. I will be giving my next one on March 13, 2021 at 9:00 AM PST on the new moon in Pisces. Besides the two guided healing activations I lead, everyone will receive information from a medical astrology point of view, on the area of the body Pisces rules – the feet and the immune system and how to strengthen them. 

If you would like to check it out, here is the link to register. The replay will follow the next day. Those in the membership tribe will receive both the full replay and the edited smaller 10 minute chunks for replaying just the guided meditations to anchor your intentions whenever you need reinforcement throughout the month. For those wanting to check out the membership tribe, here is the link for all that is included:  here is a testimonial from Jessie: “Thank you Dr Toni for all you do. I so appreciate the weekly astrology tips and the opportunity to be with you in your live healing events. It really helps me be intentional during the month.” 

Here is the link to buy my book The LifeQuake Miracle: Awakening to Your True Purpose in Times of Personal and Global Upheaval –

And lastly wanted to share my latest review from a reader on Amazon:
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The “voice” of the book is reassuring, as if a very kind person is holding your hand as you absorb and begin to understand the stages of change. It’s good to know that a LifeQuake might feel shaky, or seem harsh, but in the end, it takes us to our fullest expression.The internal flow and layout of The LifeQuake Miracle works. The descriptions of each stage, particularly “onset, what it appears to be, and what is really going on” were clarifying. The list of “Developmental Steps to Change Mastery” following each chapter was helpful. Also, the subheadings throughout are eye-catching, interesting, and sometimes funny (I appreciated that). They keep you moving. The author offers stories and examples from clients, but also gives personal examples from her own life.You’ll be glad to have this book handy on your desk or nightstand, and in your heart.” T. Crosby