The 14th is a Good Day To . . . examine the two major currents flowing through our lives, and find a way to reconcile them so that they can work together; if we can find their confluence we can put powerful forces to work on our behalf. One influence suggests that our beliefs dictate both our opportunities and our ambition fulfillment–which means we manifest exactly what we expect–while the other influence shows us precisely the ways in which our current identity and/ or purpose conflicts with either the powers-that-be or the need for willing change. If we can modify the way we ‘shine’ so that we are in harmony with the powerful, or so that we willingly accept obvious and needed change, we can likely bring forward our most optimistic visions of what we want and where we want to go. Today is about proactively adjusting ourselves and our attitudes so that the Universe can deliver its best results.
A Good Day To . . . is based on the aspects perfecting on each day, Pacific time.
Oh so true, indeed seem to have been a bit ahead of the 8 ball myself, preparing new ground, so as not to get caught up in any game playing. I guess we shall see just how well or not prepared I actually am now to be willing to stay the course of my path less travelled. Mind you as lonely as it is at times, I really have crossed path with & even walked a ways with some interesting folk, creatures & scenery at times lol!
Hi Debbie! They tell us it’s all about the journey, anyway, don’t they? So why not fill it with interesting folk, creatures, and scenery! Happy travels 🙂
This is so rich.. I’m going to have to digest this for awhile! Indeed, since the equinox, things have felt new, like a new beginning, and this full moon in Aries – what a boost! It feels like an excellent time to get the working parts into coherence. Like you suggest, there is so much promise and power available once the ‘streams’ are flowing merrily together.
Jude Cowell said:
Thanks Julie and what a lovely painting! Hope you have a great week, jc
Thank you, Jude. I hope your week is great, too! jd