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‘Watchers of the Stars’ Artist Unknown, 16th century {{PD}}

The 21st is a Good Day To . . . watch out!! Hurt (or even the equivalent of a guilty conscience) is propelling at least some of our choices or actions, and that makes for spontaneity, originality, and unique approaches, but also for accidents, rebellions, and erratic behavior. The more easily we can accept all facets of ourselves (the more open we are to the dimensionality of our Beingness, to what we might judge light and dark, good and bad, positive and negative)–that is, the less judgmental we can be about ourselves, the more likely we are to act in ways that are both empowered and in-line with our ideas of who we are at our best. A few pointers: facts matter, whether we like it or not, the social sphere does have an impact, whether we want to acknowledge it or not, and our strength comes from both acceptance of and understanding of our past, and what important ideas and experiences we’ve brought forward from it.

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