The 26th Is A Good Day To . . . to realize that we undermine our own best interests, partly out of delusion about the effects certain practices will actually have, and partly out of compulsions arising from a desire to ‘fix’ relationships or financial situations. It’s a case of mistaken identity: we’ve mistaken ourselves for repair persons, or architects, or maybe, in some cases, idiot whisperers–but no matter what, taking on a role where we feel we can ‘correct’ others is, how do I say this politely? Oh, yeah, delusional. Act as consciously as possible, and concentrate on what’s ‘healthy’, however you may define that, and if you feel compelled to re-do something, make it a room in your house, or your own most troublesome qualities.
A Good Day To . . . is based on the aspects perfecting on each day, Pacific time.