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By Alexandre Calame 1855 {{PD}}

The 19th is a Good Day To . . . notice our own erratic or spontaneous behavior, as it may undermine our power position, and this can be traced directly to the way our actions and choices are at odds with our deepest convictions, values, and commitments. We betray ourselves, in a sense, but if we can change our thinking, specifically rooting out any guilt or unacknowledged desires, particularly for power, then we can align our thought/ action with positive, conscious change and reform, rather than being victims of our own conflicted impulses.

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