30 Mar

Sometimes you read an astrological mention that just makes ya go hmmmm… those who have known me for awhile might laugh at this (north node: gemini, south node: sag)…

“Certain aspects of your life need to de-construct so it can be re-constructed in a new way. By allowing yourself to follow your dreams and gently releasing old concepts of how it all is, you begin to break new ground. Life is breaking you open to enlarge your heart and widen your perspective; for you are being trained to be the compassionate communicator. You can be the one with new stories to tell that are grounded in personal experience. You’re not just the book-smart armchair philosopher any more–you’ve walked your talk.

It will continue to be important for you to find ways to slow down, and simply connect with others in a way in which you each share the paradoxes and mysteries of life as well as your own “truths.” That truth you came into this life with is in the process of getting much bigger. And as you do this, you’ll find that writing, teaching, selling, counseling, and communicating in all forms can bring you great success.

Soul Purpose: It’s important for you to immerse yourself in the fullness and chaos of life; indulging your curiosities, being a communicator, and daring to risk your security for a life of adventure, both inner and outer. In telling your Truth and your stories skillfully, with objectivity and reflection, you awaken others to great insight. Communication is a key, but communication is not limited to words alone; it is inherent in the arts, healing practices, and in the “act of loving” in relationships.

Shadow: Your default pattern of letting your enthusiasm override your empathic listening, combined with a philosophic “know it all” attitude, could blind you to life’s complexities and wonders. If you are addicted to certainty, you will deny truths or experiences that run counter to your expectations and belief. Allow room for dialog and relationships that challenge you to expand your concepts of “how it all is.”

One Response to “In’trestin.”

  1. Lacey Jean 08. Apr, 2013 at 1:17 pm #

    Wow, Viv. That seems very applicable to you! Immerse yourself in the fullness and chaos of life. Tell your stories fully and skillfully. Kind of gives a person goosebumps! I was just reading through my North Node on her site as well. I almost broke down into tears. It was emphasizing my need for ‘Home, Hearth and Heart’, to soften and shed a few tears so that I can heal and not need to focus on the ‘goals’ of life but rather living it. I also loved that it said my sign is connected to the moon and that I feel most nurtured next to the ocean. Sigh. It all hits very close to home. I like to believe that God can use the stars to tell us a bit more of our story. I don’t think the 2 have to be separate.

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