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‘Shadows’ By Charles Courtney Curran 1887 {{PD}}

The 17th is a Good Day To . . . ask ourselves why our instincts and intuitions seem to be so unreliable today? We’re sensing change, trying to parse it out through intuition and instinct, and yet the conscious messages we’re receiving tell us things are set in stone, going nowhere, and even that our values are flawed, and need modification–and that causes us to doubt our senses and our feelings, and makes it seem that we’re called to fight every issue that enrages us or that we’d hoped to ignore. Let’s just say these assessments are inaccurate. But there are two things we can count on: attention to relationships and financial realities will ground us, and that in reality, our thoughts/ communications can change worlds–just be aware of their power, and know that this shaping can’t be consciously driven; we’ll be lucky if we can dodge any unanticipated ill effects, while at the same time we have an equal chance of taking advantage of serendipitous ones.

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