The 19th Is A Good Day To . . . ask yourself what’s the worst choice you could make? The influences are such that we may be tempted to burn it all down to the ground, spurred by everything we wish wasn’t so, by every lie we’ve told ourselves, by every instinct we reject. We are quite clearly focused on meeting goals and fulfilling ambitions; it’s all the things we refuse to see, refuse to handle, that get in our way. We have an unhealthy passion to gaze into the abyss, and then we’re shocked when it gazes back! But there’s nothing in that dark space of the heart that we didn’t put there ourselves, and that should be reassuring: there is nothing that we’ve made, at least energetically, that can’t be unmade. Refuse to destroy, refuse to entertain that ‘worst choice’, and instead transform what’s before you–it’s not only the best thing to do, it’s the right and responsible thing to do.
A Good Day To . . . is based on the aspects perfecting on each day, Pacific time.