I’m going to skip the Lunar picture for today (it’s just not terribly compelling) in favor of a few bits about the recent Mars/ Chiron meet-up. It brought forward a lot of passive-aggressive interaction, attempts to wound dressed up in New Age garb/ or academic authority and ‘rightness’/ or as being new and innovative (all Aquarian forms) and characterizing those who resist as Self-absorbed individuals (negative Leo) blocking progress–and all this is designed and presented in such as way as to make it so we are unable to respond without looking like we’re the aggressors! (Ah, the power of passive projection!)
But, the way to meet this is to adopt a Jupiter in Aries attitude; become the warrior unafraid of freedom, of expressing, of showing the social sphere exactly who we are. The key is honesty–with yourself, with others, in all you do–along with a true intention of harmlessness. Adopt these and it’s like being some kind of superhero; not only do the aggressions of others bounce harmlessly off you, but you are moved to change your own interaction approach, as well–and bring about some extraordinary healing by taking out-of-the-ordinary actions (a perfect expression of Mars/ Chiron in Aquarius).
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Thanks! This is a perfect sharp and pointed instruction. You rock !
Dziekuje bardzo, Magura!
I love the second paragraph. Just what I needed to hear. Got my first nasty comment yesterday.
Thank you, glad it helped–and I’m so sorry to hear about the comment. You probably already know this, but just a reminder–don’t take it personally–the old saw is true: it’s not you, it’s them!
Right on target, Julie. Thanks for your compelling readings. julie
Thank you, Julie!
Magic Mentha said:
This is masterfully crafted daily energy post. I love it. I’m hooked!
So timely, too. I very nearly posted an unintentionally passive-aggressive reading about something I was sore about which was mostly masked (thinly-veiled) resentment posing as enlightenment and self-reflection. I’m glad I decided not to post it.
Actually, come to think of it…twice today I almost wrote or said something mildly snarky (not like me because I prefer being upfront) or dismissive and I chose, instead, to be more open-ended and not verbally vicious.
I love the graphic you used. Wonderful. ;D
Thanks very much, MM! It’s always a good feeling when we’ve acted wisely 🙂