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‘Composition IX’ By Wassily Kandinsky 1936 {{PD}}

The 4th is a Good Day To . . . allow instincts to inform thoughts and drive action–but we need to be careful: we are either highly aware of the worth of our creative energy and ideas, and can assess them accurately, or we are completely deluded about their worth. There’s no in-between, so all you can do is your best work, put it out there, and let the Universe decide.

A Good Day To . . . is based on the aspects perfecting on each day, Pacific time.