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An illustration from a 1922 edition John Milton’s Comus, illustrated by Arthur Rackham. {{PD}}

The 27th is a Good Day To . . . listen fully and completely to that wave of creative power, because it leads directly to Self-possession and full empowerment. Actions based on belief and/ or ‘the facts’, or that are attuned to offering aid within the social order, go brilliantly, and the Sun shines on us, bringing ‘luck’, resourcefulness, and access to opportunity. It all sounds great, right? The one thing we must avoid is overthinking, exaggerating things in our own minds as we look for mental justification of whatever comes at us via a search of our intuitive faculties; that will only take us into a place where we question our values and priorities, and that’s unnecessary, as well as unworthy of our time.

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