We must face what we’ve been hiding from ourselves, what we’ve been in denial about, what enrages us, the injustices right in front of us that we’ve let go by, until now. In the run up to the Full Moon in Gemini we feel it pressing, still subliminal but urgent. It’s a matter of finding a harmonious chord with the group, of finding our ‘tribe’ and letting them know we as individuals belong. There’s something supremely healthy in making this declaration; it offers the freedom we’ve been looking for, and we may make adjustments to our Self-expression or our group involvement because of it.
(Juno sxt Hygeia, Mercury sxt Black Moon Lilith, Sun qnx Uranus and parallel Jupiter)
Today’s word image is a fish. I’m thinking this may take any number of forms, different for each of us. Just take note of when or where fish come up in your day (saying this in my head as I type makes me want to laugh–“where fish come up in your day”–right?–as if we routinely bump into them on the street!) Logos, visual representations, aquariums, and fish sandwiches all count, and may clue you in to an important moment or something you should notice at that time. Good hunting (or should I say trolling? No, not on the interwebs!)
I immediately thought…fishbait…..what bait am I fishing the day with…so tomorrow..
Will be on the ready for flying fish!!!
Have a great Thanksgiving Julie..Blessings always
LOL! Nice association work 🙂 You have a lovely holiday, too, Deb!
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John Spirko said:
Your idea of watching for a fish or other icon or image is a great suggestion. I’ve used the idea for some time and it’s akin to the native cultural concept of medicine walk. Years ago, I purchased a native card deck, called the Medicine Cards (Jamie Sams), a 44 card deck of animal symbolism. So daily in my travels, I watch for these symbols and if I see any of the card symbols, I always read the text for that symbol and make a note in my journal.
However, when I first went through the cards, I was somewhat annoyed when I came to dolphin, thinking that I’d never encounter a dolphin. Yet, later that day while walking along the river, I spotted something blue floating in the water close enough to grab and it was a blue dolphin pencil sharpener someone had lost. And later, while standing in line at the bank, I was behind a Miami Dolphin’s fan. So our lives are full of these icons, images and symbols if we pay attention to our environment.
Thanks for your pages, the amazing artwork that you display and the daily image.
Thanks, John. That does seem to be the way it works, doesn’t it? You think, “Why would I ever see that?” and suddenly it’s everywhere you look! 🙂 It’s funny too that I struggled with the fish image, not wanting to use it, but it ‘persisted in vision’–so I threw it out to see what it would mean to others–so must’ve struck a (harmonious) chord.
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