The 16th is a Good Day To . . . rebel–or is it? Really, why do we think that acting erratically, spontaneously, unreliably, zigging when others expect a zag, or pummeling others with ahead-of-their-time ideas will get us what we want? That’s not to say that our choice is bad, or that our acts or ideas aren’t worthy, but that it won’t lead us toward our goal–so then we must ask, Why do it? We may have been recently persuaded that our most unique characteristics, those things we’re committed to or honor, or that our own innate wisdom needs doctoring, modification, that there’s something wrong with these most unique parts of ourselves and our lives. We’re given this idea either by someone, or by the way the flow of assets or remuneration is going, right now. It may seem like we must alter our efforts, direction, or commitments, because they are wrong or inadequate, because the future we’re seeing in front of us appears to be a difficult one–but that would be an inaccurate picture. In fact, we must do the opposite: honor our most unique facets and talents, trust our inner wisdom, and honor what we find sacred, without criticism or fear that our standards, or we ourselves, are inadequate.
A Good Day To . . . is based on the aspects perfecting on each day, Pacific time.