Jupiter is the celestial body associated with the Ajna chakra, our third eye where intuition resides. The pineal gland, and where we tune into our seat of meditation. A space where we find Dhyana.
Optimism for me is also to see life, situations as they are happening. Without associated fear or drama to them we are in the moment to do what needs to be done. To accept and go past the obstacles caused by our thoughts. Maybe to begin to see another perspective. Maybe to change our view of life, change our reality.
Saturn the celestial body rules the root chakra, the Muladhara. Makes us feel safe and grounded. Knowing we have food, shelter, the ability for self preservation, to pro-create or co-create our life. Our fight or flight response begins to calm down, we feel safe. In the home within, where we are is reassuring.
Thinking of this alignment of the two celestial bodies, where the practical aligns with the optimist. Feeling reassured that the planets are reflecting me and vice versa.