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‘Cupid Blindfolded and Two Doves’ By Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo 1757 {{PD}}

The 20th is a Good Day To . . . not think about it! I know! Strange that I’d be counseling you not to look at something that disturbs you, but that’s exactly what I want you to do: refuse to stare at or obsess over the scary, threatening, shadowy something that is lurking in consciousness. Just considering this thing is disempowering, and you may be tempted by fear to dress it up as something it’s not–and thereby rob yourself of what can otherwise be a day when a lot gets done, inside the psyche or out in the world, especially if what you tackle brings continuity, linking past experience with building positively for the future.

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

See my take on the upcoming New Moon here–