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‘Eagle Head, Manchester, Massachusetts (High Tide)’ By Winslow Homer 1870 {{PD}}

The 9th is a Good Day To . . . relax! We’ve just been side-swiped by the Leo Full Moon, and we need to gather ourselves, take stock, and leave a space to recuperate. Today we may feel ‘out of it’ and we are, with creative, spiritual, and perceptive energies all drifting and anchorless; ride the tide of whatever’s happening without too much engagement, or too much concern–most issues can wait, just a bit. Don’t worry; we do have the immediate capacity to judge what’s wise or practical, what’s necessary to defend or improve, and if your energy must go somewhere, it’s best to send it after those factors, even as you sit back with a cup of coffee or a nice drink.

The 10th is a Good Day To . . . embrace the gift, the reward, the emotional gem you’ve been given via your experience of a deep wound. Today this can be very successfully applied to getting closer to your dream or goal, and it offers the bonus of showing you effective use of the power you currently hold. In what we may be reluctant to explore, we find one of our best assets.

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