This may be controversial, but I suspect your emphasis shouldn’t be on sex, drugs and rock and roll. Instead, your specialties should be hard-earned intimacy, altered states the result of deep introspection, and music that arouses reverence and other sacred emotions.
When Libra-born Mohandas Gandhi was 19, he moved to London from his native India to study law. In an effort to become an English gentleman, he took elocution lessons and learned to dance. He bought fine clothes and a gold watch-chain. Each morning he stood before a giant mirror and fussed with his hair and necktie until they were perfect. In retrospect, this phase of his life seems irrelevant.
I rarely waste time trying to convert “skeptics” who attack astrology with a hostile zeal that belies their supposed scientific objectivity. They’re often as dogmatic and closed-minded as any fundamentalist religious nut. When I’m in a tricky mood, I may tell them about the Crawford Perspectives, a highly rated Wall Street investment publication that relies extensively on astrological analysis.
I have a radical proposal. It might offend you. You may think I’m so far off the mark you’ll stop reading my horoscopes. I’m willing to take that risk, and prepared to admit that I could be wrong, but I don’t think so. Here goes: There is a sense in which the source of your wound is potentially also the source of the “medicine” that will heal the wound.
For years, Donna and George Lewis used a 33-pound, oval-shaped rock as a doorstop in their Tennessee home. Later they moved it to their garden. One day, George analyzed it with his metal detector and realized it had unusual properties.
The old Latin motto Gradu diverso, via una can be translated as either “Continuing on the same road, but with a different stride” or “Going the same way, but changing your pace.” This is excellent advice. You’re on the correct path, headed in the right direction. But you need to shift your approach a bit – just a little. Make some minor adjustments in the way you flow.
The horoscopes I write aren’t primarily meant to predict the future. They’re more about uncovering hidden potentials and desirable possibilities stirring below the surface. When I do my job well, I help you identify those seeds so you can cultivate them proactively. I have three questions:
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