Wow, the past seems so much shinier than the present, doesn’t it? We make the mistake of thinking we can and should re-create a previous environment–but the problem is we do so under the impression that, since our past shaped our current outlook and values, we can ‘go back’, in a sense, and do ‘it’ so much better, this time around. 1) we don’t have this prerogative, and 2) this points out what we’ve forgotten: that in this particular period we are thinking of, we were not as empowered as we are today, and that we learned those valuable lessons because we had to deal with the totality of circumstances in effect at the time. Now our instincts scream at us not to alter the reality picture to more resemble a partially-understood fever dream, and we’d be smart to listen, rather than muffle the inner voice. Instead, concentrate present efforts on communicating power needs and in formulating plans to transform what’s unsatisfactory–much better than succumbing to a shiny but flawed revision of history.
(Vesta nov SN, Saturn sesq Juno, Mars enters Taurus and semi-squares Neptune, Merc semi-sq Pluto, Sun sq Sedna)
Happy Solar Return to those born with the Sun at 25 Aquarius! (this year in effect evening Pacific time of the 13th through evening of the 14th–see your birth chart for your Sun degree!) You may see crises around you this year, but have the distinct feeling they don’t really involve you–but do they? What you’ll observe is in anticipation of what you’ll soon experience a version of yourself–so pay close attention to what works, and what doesn’t as a response. If you’re willing to face the hard stuff head on you’ll gain considerably, and by the end of the year emotional harmony, and a refinement of the intuition as a conduit for information, will be yours.
We cannot change the past only heal the affects of it, there are always many futures to be born and far too many variables to predict them, some are gifted to perhaps offer a forecast of one or two based on the pattern of psychic footprints made by our previous choices, but that is all, or some may be able to offer one of many prophetic flows as to the possible way this may play out for the whole. If we could go back and change the past, the future born from it would be different, yes, The question then is, for better or worse and for whom? and would beliefs, modalities, ways, that did help then, still work now, Many have suffered a lot in recent years and not only humans, all life, Now, is now, so yes it is as it is, so now, we need apply what we have learned from the past as we went or now having learned in hindsight. make wiser choices, and hopefuly do better. because we are still here, it is our choice as to whether we adapt, adjust, improve or not, other life forms do not yet have that capability, they consciously are, what they are, no argument, they just do what ever it is they are.,does even if perhaps they are evolving similarly as well,
Thank you for this Julie, it has been a very complex condundrum to work through and unravel without becoming unravelled oneself of late, while doing ones best to remain committed to ones personal values, rather than getting caught up in those of others. This really does inspire hope and generate energy to do better. I could feel my center lifting feeling encouraged, as I read it, Much appreciated,
Yes, the changing of the past would result in a different now–and of course, we can’t–but I think that’s why it’s so tempting to believe a do-over would go so much better! Well said, Debbie, and thank you–glad it was of help–
The shiny moments of my past continue to glimmer today and leaving them all behind is like entering a brave new world full of who I have become, even if I’m not confident about who that is.
I hear you. Better to interact with what’s in front of us, than fix our attention on a memory, an illusion. Don’t worry about who you are now–just live