I will be giving readings in Albuquerque and Silver City New Mexico between July 18 and 28. If you have any friends there who might be interested please send this newsletter to them. Also, mark your calendar. The fall Women’s Dream Circle will begin early this year on Sunday September 7.
On Thursday July 10 we begin a new 2 year cycle of achievement as Mars (action) unites with Saturn (discipline). This time they express in the industrious, detail- oriented sign of Virgo. Notice your creative ambitions, you have got some work to do.
Initially, there will be delays and setbacks. Don’t give up in frustration! View any hindrances as an opportunity to refine and perfect your outcome. You are beginning to build something important. It will not happen overnight.
Saturn can be like a wise experienced coach teaching the raw enthusiastic youth to be skilled and thorough. Wonderful athlete movies such as Hoosiers, Flashdance or Miracle bring us to tears of inspiration even if we are not into sports. The Masculine archetype loves to overcome resistance and triumph in achievement. Saturn shows us things we must do, but the process may be difficult. When we achieve our goals, we gain trust in ourselves and gain a gift to share with others. The feeling of triumph and satisfaction is a spiritual joy.
Our task is to notice how we support ourselves when the going gets tough. Is your self-talk like a loving Grandfather, or like an abusive drill sergeant? Pay attention!
In Miracle the US Olympic Hockey coach Herb Brooks (played by Kurt Russell) says: “The important thing is that those 20 boys know in 20 years, they didn’t leave anything on the table. They played their hearts out. That’s the important thing.”
I had a dream about looping around urban interstate highway interchanges, unable to get in the correct lane trying many times having to start over. I said to the other person in the car, “This is the Mars Saturn conjunction”. We stopped for water and entered a kindergarten that was having an open house. There were large bars of dark chocolate piled up on the table for our refreshment. So here is a quotation from Robert Fulgham’s Credo, All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten:
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