The 25th is a Good Day To . . . be conscious of the prevailing ‘theme’: necessary caution v. believing in Yourself. What’s needed today isn’t so much finding a balance as it is knowing which attitude to take in each situation: one time being restrained is key, while another time owning your power and authority is essential to success. One clue in sorting things out: judge which response is called for by asking yourself if your chosen course is in any way related to your wounds. If you see that taking an action would (theoretically, you hope) address some hurt or injustice, then you must acknowledge that whichever tack you were inclined toward is the wrong one of the two to take.
It’s just that right now our wounds are drawing too much energy, too much attention, for us to navigate in ways most beneficial to us. Listening to our hurts will separate our values from what’s wise–and we certainly don’t benefit when that happens! We do, however, have a guiding concept we can apply: deal only with what you love, or maybe, deal with everything as if you love it (whether you do or not), and if you do then any changes you make or power you exert will be just right, Goldilocks.
A Good Day To . . . is based on the aspects perfecting on each day, Pacific time.