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‘The Flooding’ By Ernest Slingeneyer 1879 {{PD}}

The 19th Is A Good Day To . . . be aware we are likely to be flooded with ambitions, desires, and an almost frenzied energy aimed at achieving goals–and yet what we’re prompted to do is neither wise nor practical! The unrealistic and insistent bent to our wants should, if nothing else, tell us that we are pushing too hard or trying to move too fast–and that signals either that there’s some element to this we’d just like to skip over, to ignore (and that could then come back on us in disastrous ways), or that what we think we’ll feel if we reach our goal will fill some hole, the emptiness of which we’re sensing acutely at this time. In any case, slow down, at least enough to allow the mental processes to ‘catch up’ in terms of planning, clarity of reasoning, and to sort through commitments so that anything in play will support, rather than undermine, our goals.

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