November 25, 2013
You may be a prisoner of your own mind and not know it.
But imagine that a powerful force comes into your life to free you of behavior that originated in your unconscious mind, where psychic activity takes place that you’re not even aware of.
Like a bolt out of the blue, you experience flashes of insight into the very emotions that may have burdened you in the past such as fear: “I’m afraid when I meet someone new they won’t like me,” or guilt: “I’m noticing how I manipulate to get my way,” or anger: “I see how my impatience causes me to react angrily.”
This can be an exciting time when you have the potential to be psychologically and spiritually free.This exhilarating feeling of liberation occurred fora very special client of mine whose fear was that if she told the truth, she would be punished.
October 5, 2013
Saturn Transiting the 6th: Tests and Lessons at Work
©2013 by guest blogger, Larry Schwimmer
The following is an excerpt from “What the Hell Is Going On in My Life?” – Using Your Birthdate to Find Answers About Relationships, Career, Money, Sex & Health. The author, Larry Schwimmer, is an experienced businessman as well as an astrologer, and he has also written three books of practical career advice. In his astrology writing, including his regular column at Huffington Post, he excels at conveying astrological information in simple, accessible language. One great technique he uses throughout the book is showing the reader how to create what he calls an “astro action plan.”
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October 1, 2013
Do You Control It…Or Does It Control You?
Everyone seems to have some sort of obsession in life, from a need for dark chocolate, to a need for something much darker.
When Pluto transits your 8th or 12th House, your unconscious motivations rise to the surface to help you understand the ways they empower you, as well as how they sabotage you. You’re compelled to come to grips with an obsession, compulsion, or even an addiction – and confront it. Pluto’s influence may force you to overcome it.
Ironically, you find that your conscious attempts to change, are undermined byunconsciously motivated actions that end up subverting you. You become frustrated because, despite your sincere efforts – you aren’t able to control certain behaviors, as you notice things not working out the way you intended. That’s when you finally admit to yourself, “I can’t seem to control my temper,” or “I know I should stop eating so much,” or “I’m addicted to pornography, but I can’t stop.” As a result, you feel powerless to change a part of your personality that is unhealthy or unproductive.