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‘Studio Lunch’ By Henry Siddons Mowbray c1900 {{PD}}

The 15th is a Good Day To . . . heal the Self through straight-out indulgence of the senses, and then take that sense of renewal and put it to work to expand what you know, to make beliefs into facts, to get the social sphere on your side, to learn–to enhance whatever means of successfully contacting and intermingling your Will with the world fits the bill. We may feel a bit rudderless, but it’s nothing to panic about–instead recognize that it’s a fairly effective way to keep your mind off matters you’d rather not deal with anyway–appropriate to drift and dream a bit, even as you enjoy the pleasures of living in a body, and experiment with reaching out and impressing yourself on your surroundings.

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