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‘Wing of a Roller’ By Albrecht Dürer 1512 {{PD}}

The 8th is a Good Day To . . . be as conscious as possible of how the past is affecting our sense of our own authority, as well as making us question what territory we can consider ours, and what belongs to others. We’re highly aware of our wounds, and it seems the social order (or perhaps that impersonal entity, ‘the facts’) is out to injure us even more–but that would be making everything much too personal (even though our experiences are of course highly personal, our place in the Universe and its workings is personal only from our point of view–so that seeing what happens to us as a direct rebuke or judgment makes us, incorrectly, place ourselves at the center of the Universe, when we’re really just the center of our personal, known world–but I digress). In short, try to take things impersonally, giving yourself some mental and emotional distance from events; if you do, you’ll be able to see precisely what the possibilities are, and will be able to pinpoint what dreams are best pursued, what fantasies best abandoned, and what mental stance is both rewarding (literally or figuratively) and healthy, offering significant potential for healing, especially within relationships.

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