November 15, 2012


The miracle of astrology is like having a key code or ex-ray vision. You can see what there is to be seen. Some people really are walking around looking for their other half in order to function properly, while others: 100% one man army. Of course there is no right answer, except suiting yourself. The better you know yourself, the better you treat yourself, the more you respect yourself, …. well… let’s just say the better it is. You can get out of your own way and stop trying to live a life that would be perfect if you were someone else. The shape and inner workings of each of us really are different, vastly different, from, let’s just say, everyone.

The beauty of life, in part, is that we all get to be special snowflakes. As close as we are to someone, the mystery of individual consciousness remains ineluctable. It’s a simple idea here on earth, repeat nothing ad infinitum.

Finding out how you work, and what your optimal settings are, is a kind of liberation. Give your self freely what you need, or you will suffer the consequences of finding unconscious ways of having it anyway.

So what do you need?

How will you get it?

What is standing in your way?

How will you overcome it?

This Message brought to you by Chiron direct in Pisces, by Uranus in Aries, by the Moon and Mars in Sagittarius, (ruled by Jupiter in Gemini) by the Sun and Mercury in Scorpio en route to the North Node to make love with Pluto, and as a preview of Mars in Capricorn.

Kisses!!!
XoX

p.s. photo by the sartorialist

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4 Responses to November 15, 2012

  1. sophiepiscesmoon says:

    “As close as we are to someone, the mystery of individual consciousness remains ineluctable. It’s a simple idea here on earth, repeat nothing ad infinitum.”
    Strangely had this same thought today..that we can never truly know someone..and we have to learn to accept this and enjoy what we can see/experience of others, accept this mystery and the fundamental loneliness that it awards each of us. Rilke writes about this perhaps more eloquently than any other poet.

    • o_lightning says:

      Hey sophiepiscesmoon,

      Thanks for writing! Rilke is pretty great that way. I quoted him today. I kind of like the idea that no one is a repeat, despite the essential loneliness that idea confers. It makes whatever connections we experience and whatever true alignments feel that much more luminous. xoxo

  2. sophiepiscesmoon says:

    I think you took my frown and turned it upside down! You’re right, I wasn’t seeing the other side, and that other side is wonderful. x

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