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The 31st is a Good Day To . . . recognize that certain realities will hit us–but that’s no reason to despair. What we formerly thought smart may be transformed by fear, anger, or through the real-world situation our own actions and choices reveal–and we don’t want to be reactionary, to give in to that. Change is good at this time, if based on wisdom and practicality. Our saving grace is found in trusting our instincts, as well as acknowledging what we ‘know but don’t know’, as these factors will both prepare us for what’s to come, and reward us by offering a ‘next step’. However, don’t confuse thought, and especially not ‘mind chatter’, for the instinctual and knowing nature. The mind, given the lead, will take us in the wrong direction, if it’s not thoroughly informed by the natural world, particularly the part that lives within us.

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