The 9th is a Good Day To . . . separate hurt, Willfulness, and anxiety from what your empowerment status, purpose, and instincts define you as and/ or offer you. It’s about being clear-headed enough to perform at our best–and that’s not possible if we ignore our values, refuse to face what we’re in denial of, and insist on taking a stance as victim. Changes are yours to make, but can only happen if honesty is the standard by which everything is measured.
A Good Day To . . . is based on the aspects perfecting on each day, Pacific time.