In my opinion, the best tool to begin resolving Mass Formation Psychosis is Open-minded Skepticism. Open-mindedness requires one to take in new information and consider possibilities.Skepticism requires one to not simply believe without evidence or disbelieve despite evidence. When attempting to solve a problem, the first solution offered is not likely to be the best.… Continue reading Open-minded Skepticism
Picture the scene. A wide valley sits within and is completely surrounded by tall mountains. During spring, when the air is often clean and clear, and when the sunny days outnumber the rest, the valley is lush and green. Those who live in this valley love that time of year. Yes, the sun doesn’t rise… Continue reading The Hermits
Four days ago, Saturn at 7o 2’ Sagittarius made an exact square to Neptune at 7o 2’ Pisces. I’ve been thinking about this quite a bit and there is no shortage of information to ponder. A square butts two energies/archetypes/morphogenic fields against each other emphasizing the contrast between them. With Saturn and Neptune, this is… Continue reading What do you believe?
At 9:40 this morning (CDT), the Libra moon crossed over the North Node. [I just happened to look up today’s chart at that exact moment.] The gibbous moon is attempting to balance the conjoined energy of Mercury and Mars (who just recently traded positions in Gemini) with the vast (polluted) waters of Pisces where Neptune… Continue reading Awash
Through chemistry, we learn that the molecules in a liquid and gas bump up against each other. When heat is added, the movement increases, and so does the frequency of contact. In human life, it works the same. Cram a lot of bodies into a room, and chances are you won’t be able to stretch… Continue reading Chemistry