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‘Ellen Terry as Lady Macbeth’ By John Singer Sargent 1889 {{PD}}

The 9th Is A Good Day To . . . use our instincts to root around in the depths of those issues we’ve avoided or denied, as examining what’s been neglected or rejected generates a kind of brilliant alchemy that offers insight we never suspected we had. It takes deliberate effort to gather benefits today, as the overall atmosphere is conflict-ridden and potentially injurious, especially to health, relationships, and finances; it can also affect the power balance–and that’s only sometimes for the good. It just so happens that all the reward is hidden within all that we’ve been ignoring or denying; screw your courage to the sticking-place, and have at it.

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