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Krishna and Radha looking into a mirror. Artist Unknown c1800 {{PD}}

The 21st is a Good Day To . . . do your best to align your Self-image with the actual things you revere and dedicate your life energy to. It’s time to rid ourselves of disparities between the reality we inhabit and how we see ourselves, from the inside out. Today this requires we set ambitions aside, and need to see as clearly as possible not just the reality picture, but the ways in which hurt and the past influence choices as well as our own idea of who we are. Skewed visions of our identity and potentials separate us from our own power, and from claiming those roles where we can be both most ourselves, and most effective. A vague prescription, I know, but the particulars will never fall into square without an unambiguous set of qualities and priorities in place–that’s what we define, today.

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