- The 7 Day Forecast
- by Psychic Astrologer
October 22 through October 28
Astrological Highlights: Sun enters Scorpio on Tuesday; and Full Moon in Taurus on Wednesday.
Pluto is a planet of power, individual and collective. When the telescope was invented scientists agreed, yes indeed, the solar system is much bigger and more unfathomable than we ever imagined. Anxious and eager astrologers rushed to keep up with the evolving map of the cosmos incorporating first Uranus, the rule breaker, making room for Neptune the illusionist, and most recently, Pluto the destroyer and transformer.
As these last three planets were identified, rulership of astrological signs was re-assigned. Saturn released to Uranus, although I think begrudgingly, the rulership of Aquarius, Jupiter turned over Pisces to Neptune, and Mars insisted on co-rulership of Scorpio with Pluto. Gives you a little insight into the moxie of Mars!
This week as the Sun begins a new Solar Cycle in Scorpio we may be thinking about Mars and Pluto and Power. We talk a lot about personal empowerment, but are we ever very concrete about how it happens? It's sort of like self-love. We know a whole lot more about what's not love than what is. Even though I may not be totally cognizant of what it is to love myself, I certainly know when I second guess my choices and decisions, make myself wrong, belittle and criticize myself (and others), it certainly does not feel like love or power. Despite our repeated attempts, climbing over the bodies, lives, and reputations of others, never seems to elevate us in our own eyes or the eyes of others.
This week ushers in a new Solar Cycle in Scorpio as well as a very intriguing and interesting Full Moon in Scorpio's opposite sign, Taurus. The Sun's move to powerful and insightful Scorpio in the early morning hours on Tuesday is the omen many have been waiting and hoping for. Despite Scorpio's association with secrecy, mystery and the underworld, the Sun illuminates a light at the end of the tunnel. We have a sense of a revelation or imminent breakthrough to shift energies or situations that have come to a stalemate or impasse.
Pluto-ruled Scorpio resonates with life and death issues, transformation, evolution, the bonds we have with others that feel fated and karmic, shared resources, shadows that need to be exposed and illuminated, and with our desire for profound change. This is the sign of the Phoenix rising from the ashes! Change may come at a price, but doing the work guarantees success for those willing to do it. Pluto is power and Scorpio is the path.
An interesting collection of energetic shifts greet us on Wednesday with the Full Moon in Taurus. It's part of a complex and dynamic web of planetary relationships and interactions that includes not only the Sun and Moon, but Venus sitting next to the Sun in Scorpio, Uranus keeping the Moon company in Taurus, Saturn in Capricorn networking with all four of the above, and the South and North Nodes of the Moon representing the energy of Leo and Aquarius. Not including Saturn, the two luminaries and the planets named are lining up quite dramatically in all four of the tenacious Fixed Signs of the Zodiac. It's a Grand Square aka Cross and always reminds me of a baseball diamond And folks, the bases are loaded! Batter up!
All in all this is a very dynamic and changing energy that may be best understood as a confrontation between the old and the new. We need to appreciate the wisdom of the past while looking expectantly to the future. Sitting still, resting on our laurels and assuming nothing can or will change is well - a mistake. The way we did things before, just won't continue to be the most effective way. The good old days are starting to look a bit tarnished. However, change that doesn't take into account the true nature of the world and the people in it will be equally unsatisfactory and useless.
The vibrant eagerness of Uranus is tempered by the deepening clarity of retrograding Venus and the wisdom and strength of Saturn. Forging strong bonds with others and honoring relationships (Venus allied with Saturn) can be the foundation for pushing ahead with necessary and empowering changes (Uranus.)
Coming full circle, Pluto isn't part of this Full Moon equation but is a driving force this week as the ruler of Scorpio where the Sun, Venus and Jupiter now reside. Change is the name of the game. In A Course In Miracles it says our job is not to look for love, but to identify the obstacles to love. When these are identified and released all that is left is love, our true spiritual nature.
I'd suggest we take this Scorpio deep dive one step at a time. Pay attention to what is right in front of you in this moment. It won't take much to ask, does this feel like love? Perhaps Empowerment is the natural result of repeated, persistent, and honest self-evaluation and willingness to look at our lives one moment at a time. And when we do, we accept, readjust, and keep moving forward. Maybe that's what self-love and empowerment looks like.
This week I have been particularly inspired by the words of Fred Rogers, aka Mr. Rogers. Here is something he wrote. "I believe that at the center of the universe there dwells a loving spirit who longs for all that's best in all of creation, a spirit who knows the great potential of each planet as well as each person, and little by little will love us into being more than we ever dreamed possible. That loving spirit would rather die than give up on any one of us. Anything that we can do to help foster the intellect and spirit and emotional growth of our fellow human beings, that is our job. Those of us who have this particular vision must continue against all odds. Life is for service".
Until next week, let go and wear loose clothes.
- October 22
- MOON in ARIES
We feel like we are caught between a rock and a hard place today with the Moon in independent and fearless Aries bumping up against dogmatic Saturn in its home sign of Capricorn. Will our adventurous spirit win out or will we cave to the pressure of responsibility and obligations? Can we do both? Why not assert your unique way of doing things while completing necessary tasks?
We may look to the Sun in amicable Libra for guidance; and yet as it moves into an awkward connection with wounded healer Chiron, we're not sure exactly what action is appropriate. Kindness and compassion or tough love? When confronted with others who may appear different or weaker, we may feel empathy or alternately judgment or even contempt. "I have faced challenging situations and come through it; why can't they do the same?"
Try to recognize and stay with your thoughts and feelings without judgment. The kindest thing to do may actually be to let someone struggle and learn from a situation. Bailing them out or enabling is a tough call. Sometimes it's exactly the right thing to do; and other times it simply delays their progress. If you stay conscious with a situation, you can check-in with yourself for the appropriate response. Is the kindest response nurturing and assistance or support while allowing them to be the problem solver? This isn't too different than mothering. Show them how to tie their shoes, dress themselves, cross the street safely, and interact positively with others. And, give them enough space to try it on their own and recognize themselves as capable and worthy. The tricky part is knowing when to let go.
Our thoughts and communications are both intuitive and rational this afternoon when Mercury connects with Pluto. We can cut right through the superfluous. We can be direct and effective in communications of all types. This is a connection that supports the emergence of truth. Answers are forthcoming.
Daily Muse:A young apprentice applied to a master carpenter for a job. The older man asked him, "Do you know your trade?" "Yes, sir!" the young man replied proudly. "Have you ever made a mistake?" the older man inquired. "No, sir!" the young man answered, feeling certain he would get the job. "Then there's no way I'm going to hire you," said the master carpenter, "because when you make one, you won't know how to fix it." (Fred Rogers, The World According to Mister Rogers: Important Things to Remember
Moon goes Void of Course at 11:18am enters Taurus Wednesday at 7:33 am
- October 23
- MOON in ARIES
Sun Enters Scorpio 4:23 am
The Sun's move to powerful and insightful Scorpio in the early morning hours is the change many have been waiting and hoping for. Despite Scorpio’s association with secrecy, mystery and the underworld, the Sun illuminates a light at the end of the tunnel. We have a sense of a revelation or imminent breakthrough to shift energies or situations that have come to a stalemate or impasse.
Those with a special affinity for the gregarious air signs (Gemini, Libra and Aquarius) and the motivating fire signs (Aries, Leo and Sagittarius) may have a moment of being disgruntled; but they too are likely to come to appreciate the insights and rewards of taking the time and effort to look deeper, which Scorpio insists upon.
Pluto-ruled Scorpio resonates with life and death issues, transformation, evolution, the bonds we have with others that feel fated and karmic, shared resources, shadows that need to be exposed and illuminated, and with our desire for profound change. This is the sign of the Phoenix rising from the ashes! Change may come at a price, but doing the work guarantees success for those willing to do it. Pluto is power and Scorpio is the path. Empowerment is the result of honest self-evaluation and willingness to investigate, go deeper, and do the healing work.
With the Moon still in courageous but impatient Aries, we may feel ambiguous about our embrace of this new Solar Cycle. This morning the Moon makes a positive connection with Mars (traditional ruler of Scorpio); ok this looks doable. But then a lunar square with Pluto, Scorpio’s modern ruler makes us take a step back as we realize, this uncovering the truth and coming clean may be more of a challenge than we think. This uneasy feeling is amplified when the Sun opposes Uranus in the early evening. New information comes with a price. Are we ready for it? Revolutionary Uranus in Taurus reminds us we can move heaven and earth with the right information and tools; but also, insight without action is impotent.
Daily Muse: There is no normal life that is free of pain. It's the very wrestling with our problems that can be the impetus for our growth. (Fred Rogers)
Today on SimpleTales tune in for a very special show. Part II of a double-header that starts with the Psychic Katt show at 8 am Pacific. Actually it’s more like a trifecta as Katt, and Psychic Medium, Anita Ahuja, and I join forces to look at and discuss the path ahead. Please join us at 8am for Part I and at 10 am Pacific – 1 Eastern on 12Radio.com.
Void of Course Moon enters TAURUS at 7:33 am
Full Moon at 1º Taurus
- October 24
- MOON in ARIES/TAURUS
An interesting collection of energetic shifts greet us today. The Full Moon in Taurus mid-morning is part of a complex and dynamic network of planetary relationships and interactions. Let's look at the many threads, one by one. First, the Full Moon is the result of the Sun in Scorpio hitting the mark of 180 degrees opposite the Moon in Taurus. This point in the Lunar Cycle is a time of completion and fruition. The light is bright and revelatory. It's a time of compromise; integrating the needs of the ego (Sun) plumbing the depths of Scorpio with the heart's need for simplification, comfort and security (Moon in Taurus).
Emotionally we may not be too sure we are ready for what the Sun in mysterious Scorpio will reveal! Taurus may be comfortable with the status quo, the traditional and the familiar while Scorpio is looking for a deeper understanding and meaning. On some level we understand the pursuit of immediate satisfactions can short-circuit the achievement of long-term goals. Spend your money on luxuries today and it may be difficult to come up with the down-payment for a house or car later. Many treasures are worth waiting for and working toward.
The picture is complicated by retrograding Venus (values) sitting next to the Sun, and Uranus the planet of revolution joined with the Moon. Saturn the disciplinarian is also a factor forming strengthening bonds to both the Sun and Moon, along with Venus and Uranus. And did I mention the North and South Nodes of the Moon? In the early degrees of Leo and Aquarius, they complete the picture with a Grand Cross (aka Grand Square).
All in all this is a very dynamic and changing energy that may be best understood as a confrontation between the old and the new. We need to appreciate the wisdom of the past while looking expectantly to the future. Sitting still, resting on our laurels and assuming nothing can or will change is well -a mistake. The way we did things before, just won't continue to be the most effective way. The good old days are starting to look a bit tarnished. However, change that doesn't take into account the true nature of the world and the people in it will be equally unsatisfactory and useless.
The vibrant eagerness of Uranus is tempered by the deepening clarity of retrograding Venus and the wisdom and strength of Saturn. Forging strong bonds with others and honoring relationships (Venus allied with Saturn) can be the foundation for pushing ahead with necessary and empowering changes (Uranus.)
Expect this day to be influenced by strong emotional winds and currents. An underlying theme suggested by the many planetary interactions is SHARED INTERESTS, a recurring human theme for sure. When we take our attention and focus away from the limiting view of what will make ME happy or what I think will enhance MY life and think instead about what will enhance OUR lives, we are beginning to get the picture.
Daily Muse: There was a story going around about the Special Olympics. For the hundred-yard dash, there were nine contestants, all of them so-called physically or mentally disabled. All nine of them assembled at the starting line and, at the sound of the gun, they took off. But one little boy didn't get very far. He stumbled and fell and hurt his knee and began to cry. The other eight children heard the boy crying. They slowed down, turned around, and ran back to him – every one of them ran back to him. The little boy got up, and he and the rest of the runners linked their arms together and joyfully walked to the finish line.
They all finished the race at the same time. And when they did, everyone in the stadium stood up and clapped and whistled and cheered for a long, long time. And you know why? Because deep down we know that what matters in this life is more than winning for ourselves. What really matters is helping others win, too, even if it means slowing down and changing our course now and then. (Fred Rogers)
- October 25
- MOON in TAURUS
There is a pleasant feeling of synchronicity – being in the right place at the right time – this morning as the Moon in steady and grounded Taurus aligns with the spiritual planet Neptune. However, we may be focused on physical desires and concerns rather than emotional or spiritual ones as the Moon in security-conscious Taurus likes to keep it simple and physical. If we are tired, hungry, cold, or in pain it's hard to focus on issues of self-actualization and psychological evolvement.
We want to take it slow this morning, moving at our own pace. Getting some extra sleep and something comforting and nourishing to eat may be at the top of our lists. Don't ignore your physical needs as this afternoon the Moon squares energetic Mars in unpredictable Aquarius. Overstimulation or getting pushed when we are not feeling like we have both feet on the ground could turn ugly. Do you know that commercial for Snickers candy bars where the football player looks like Betty White? The announcer says, "You're not you when you're hungry.” That's something to remember today. In order to focus we need to take care of our bodies' needs. The Taurus Moon insists on it!
Later this evening when the Moon forms a beneficial alliance with Pluto in fellow earth sign Capricorn, we feel strong and resilient. The pace seems right and we are up for whatever comes.
Daily Muse: How you start your day is how you live your day. How you live your day is how you live your life. (Louise Hay)
- October 26
- MOON in TAURUS/GEMINI
Moon goes Void of Course at 7:49 am enters GEMINI at 12:41 pm
Bring out all the clichés about rushing around; haste makes waste; better safe than sorry; easy does it, and yada, yada, yada. That Moon is lolling around and hanging loose in comfort-seeking Taurus this morning. With the Sun meeting Venus for breakfast, nobody is in too much of a rush unless the goal is devouring a stack of pancakes dripping with butter and syrup, or something equally pleasurable. The Moon’s opposition to excessive Jupiter only increases our inclination to satisfy physical wants and needs.
We’re not looking too far beyond our noses with maybe one important caveat. The Sun’s meeting with Venus marks the half-way point of the Venus retrograde pattern. While we are enjoying a leisurely morning or indulging in that second cinnamon role or cup of coffee we might want to look around and think about what we’ve learned so far. Have the last few weeks revealed anything new or surprising about what really matters in our lives? Have we come to any new conclusions about love or money? Have we resolved any old and lingering issues? Don’t push yourself; it’s just a suggestion.
This afternoon the pace picks up as the Moon skips into flirty and chatty Gemini. Don’t be too quick to believe everything you hear. This Gemini Moon likes to spin tales and connect the dots. But sometimes the hurry to make sense of something compromises the result. Just because one side of a story seems to make sense doesn’t mean it’s the only side or the true one. Conversations and social situations can be enjoyable as long as we don’t let things get too serious.
Daily Muse: It's not the honors and the prizes and the fancy outsides of life which ultimately nourish our souls. It's the knowing that we can be trusted, that we never have to fear the truth, that the bedrock of our very being is good stuff. (Fred Rogers)
Today on the Friday Morning Show: please join me for a thoughtful discussion based on A Course In Miracles. Why wait for heaven? You will find us live on 12Radio.com at 9 am Pacific – Noon Eastern. 12Radio.com.
Moon goes Void of Course at 9:37Pm enters CANCER on SUNDAY at 4:27 pm
- October 27
- MOON in GEMINI
Set your sights on moderation and common sense today and you won't fall prey to miscalculations and misdirection. The Moon's square to illusionary Neptune increases the chances of confusion. In light of recent cosmic energies encouraging excess and/or using physical urges as a guide to what we need, it's easy to throw caution to the wind and overindulge in the good stuff, believing more will be better. Not necessarily true as we all know.
Sometimes this energy points to over-sensitivity or an increased responsiveness to even a small stimulation. Not just to words and messages but this includes sensitivities to food, drink, drugs, allergens and etc. Avoid extremes in consumption and behavior and all should be fine.
Tonight the Sun aligns with disciplined Saturn helping us keep to our chosen intentions and schedules. A lunar hookup with Mars aligns our actions with our hearts.
Daily Muse: I am not young enough to know everything. (Oscar Wilde)
- October 28
- MOON in GEMINI / CANCER
MOON enters CANCER at 4:27pm
The Moon went void of course late last night and doesn’t make any more planetary connections until it enters Cancer this evening. Although VOC Moons are considered to be down times, or times of little or no new starts, a VOC Moon in Gemini can be a special boon for writers and for communications in general. This is a good time to write something down, record notes, or edit and revise an existing blog, story, or manuscript.
Tonight the Moon eases into its home sign of Cancer and connects with unpredictable Uranus and Venus. Exploring new pleasures with friends and family is on the agenda. Consider the circle of life and how Cancer energy wants to be nurtured and is the best caretaker in the universe. Don’t be afraid to ask for help or to offer it. This is a time of increased creativity that can be directed towards anything you choose. Home and family are obvious choices, but there are plenty of opportunities. You might want to surprise yourself and someone else with an act of compassion and kindness.
Daily Muse: The connections we make in the course of a life – maybe that's what heaven is. (Fred Rogers)
- Power Peek Memo
- from Mark Husson
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- Out of Mo's Mind
- by Scholar and Vedic Astrologer
I recently had an occasion to be interviewed and was taken by surprise by the first question I was asked. The question was, "do you have any hope for the future?" I was the oldest person in the room by at least 25 years and was startled by this, but I could see the audience anxiously awaited an answer.
I blurted out, "Of course there's hope for the future!" This caused murmuring in the crowd. In that moment I realized that the room, filled with intelligent seekers of light, were harboring a sense of doom, a dystopian philosophy of what is to come. The interviewer seemed incredulous at my answer. Normally I would've thought that they had a cynical view of life, but I realized that it was nothing more than simple observation based upon where we are right now.
I remembered back to my early 30s. I had two children by then. The dreams of the world I hoped for in the 60s did not come to pass, not even closely. It was hard making a living and even harder finding my place in a society that seemed intent on dismissing me. The politics of the country were questionable, as was the economy. There was talk about a hole punched in the ozone layer, as well as a new idea that had been floated around, that of the greenhouse effect. It wasn't long before a new war started and a sense of vulnerability crept into the national psyche. There were those who feared the future, but I was never one of them. I never lost hope that things would be fine.
I've held my ideals closely. They connect to my heart and are a product of genuine belief in the fact that things turn out, often for the best. For my philosophy to work, I have to have a sense of trust in the idea that human nature is essentially good. This is a time when such a point of view might be rightfully questioned. With unabashed corruption running rampant in every aspect of our society, it's easy to forget that there are good people as well. With divisive factionalism becoming even more pronounced, it's normal to think that it's the worst it's ever been. In a time when hopelessness has become a mantra, it's easy to accept it. I never will.
In my lifetime alone there have been numerous attempts to tear the nation apart. My parents generation went through a world war, a time of deprival and sadness. Their parent’s generation went through another world war, one that was supposed to end all wars afterward. Their parent’s generation went through a Civil War that left no family untouched in its carnage. In turn, their parent’s generation were birthed from a struggle for autonomy and freedom. It would seem that there's a theme here, but assuming that we love the fight would be missing the point.
We fight for what's right, as we see it. We fight for the rights of the oppressed and disenfranchised. Those who marched in Selma, on college campuses and on streets in the poorest neighborhoods of our country were fighting for common decency and to elevate those who could not elevate themselves. Those brave women who challenged the system and burned bras as a symbol of release from their bondage, may not have fully succeeded in the moment, but their influence and impact is still being felt today. The John Birch Society, the Weather Underground and other threatening groups terrified all of us in one form or another, but none struck fear in the hearts of the status quo like the Black Panthers. Created by poverty and social indifference, the Panthers implied dire consequences, all while feeding children in the inner-city, making sure they got to school, and providing care to those who needed it.
None of it was easy. Many feared the worst, but turbulent times are the hallmarks of progress, hopefully leading to success. As long as there is self-serving tyranny on the stage, there will always be those who will pelt those tyrants with rotten eggs and drive them out.
Is there hope for the future? You're damn right there is.
We are the hope. We are the future. No matter what else you do for the rest of the year, there is no more important thing that you can do than to vote. Vote with your heart and conscience. Don't vote out of rhetoric, or pressure. Vote for your truth, but please do it.
I will never, ever lose hope for the future. As a species on this planet, we are relative babies, having only been "human beings" for approximately 200,000 years. We've only been civilized, whatever that means, for about 5000 of those years. We still have a very long way to go and I have faith in humanity, in whatever hand guides us along the way, in our own evolutionary path, and most importantly, in you and me. We are the direct link to what is to come. I can think of no greater honor or joy. That’s why I have hope for the future.
Until next week, I wish you all peace and love.
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- At the Well
- by Spiritual Counselor
Dr. Elisa Robyn
This week we focus on the middah (characteristic) of compassion. The Kabbalists teach that we should be compassionate to inanimate objects, plants, animals and humans. We are taught that we should neither despise nor destroy them, for spiritual wisdom and beauty exists in all of creation. We are told, in fact, that we have to feed our domestic animals before we sit down for a meal, honoring their needs before our own.
Compassion is defined as giving to another based on recognizing the divine soul within them. No one needs to demonstrate worthiness for us to show them compassion. When our heart is open we see beyond superficial realities and perceive the very essence of another’s heart. We can feel their pain and understand their struggles, which evoke compassion from our heart.
We use compassion when we listen to a friend or family member without judgment or advice. We are compassionate when we try to understand someone with a point of view different than ours. We are compassionate whenever we treat an animal with kindness and help it live a better life. Even letting someone change lanes in front of us in traffic can be an act of compassion.
This is easy to describe but can be difficult to practice. We need to stop putting ourselves first, even for just a few minutes and focus on the needs of someone else. However, the rewards are great. We are happier and healthier when we are compassionate. Our immune system becomes stronger, as does our empathetic skills. We are less afraid of suffering and have a sense that the world is a better place.
Practice small acts of compassion this week. Keep track of what you do and how you feel. You can let me know what shifts for you on my website at https://elisarobyn.com/
- Weekly Grace
- by Astrologer and Director
Welcome to another Edition of Weekly Grace. This Venus Retrograde has been powerful and transformative!
The Universe sometimes has to yank us a bit back, diving into our past or revisiting lessons, to further expand our consciousness and ability to achieve our true desires.
Imagine a world in which you had these amazing Spiritual Entities, floating around the ethers, trying to grab your attention and refocus you?
Well, here it is:
Like Attracts Like
I feel like Law of Attraction is so highly misunderstood. I have had moments of complete skepticism for the "feel good all the time" mantra, believing we need to process our fears (or trauma) before we can move beyond them.
But there is validity in the old saying, "Like attracts like". More accurately, what we focus on expands.
This can be an internal dilemma. "I'm over him; I'm over him. I'm over him". And all you're really thinking about is, "him, him, him!" And a cycle of self-doubt gains momentum, making you feel strong and empowered.
We have all been there!
And I am here to say, you don't have to run away from your fears! They can actually be your greatest asset.
Flipping the Script
I think Law of Attraction coaches can be the BEST TOOLS for moving yourself forward! They allow you to see, first hand, the mistake or missing element to your personal manifestation. They can show you "what's missing" from the puzzle and allow you to move forward with confidence.
Here are some tidbits from a Professional Life Coach, Spiritual Advisor and Manifestation Coach of what I see go wrong all the time.
1. They bypass the fear- I hear a lot of "I don't want." but everyone wants those fears to magically disappear. Fears are rooted in a traumatic incident of the past; it is survival. Ever see a PTSD survivor? They are riddled with fear for things that might seem unnecessary but are justified in their case. They are reliving the experience when they hear a boom or feel a familiar feeling. It triggers their survival mechanisms into protection mode, shutting down their ability to be themselves. It's painful.
And yet, have we not all been through some type of trauma or disappointment? It could be as simple as, "I am afraid I'll never succeed because my mom told me I never would." That is a REAL, well-founded fear. That is an internalized disappointment.
The first step is to recognize that this incident(s) CONDITIONED your fear. This thinking, this "will," is not true at all or working for your highest good. So fire it. And let's explore a better focus; A better reality.
But we must know where the tree has its roots if we want to make substantial change. People ask, "can't I just switch channels?" We are not remotes (hehe) or computer screens. We are spiritual beings having a human experience. When we realize the fear is really unjust and unnecessary, we begin detaching from it. We open ourselves up to a new reality which ALONE can bring immediate results.
2. 0 to 60 "Grace, I'm broke and want a million dollars ASAP!" All right, I get asked a lot of lottery questions too. I may be the only person I know who doesn't want to win the lottery and can actually predict the numbers! Joking.
Or am I?
I'm not saying it isn't possible, but did you know that there are many cases of reoccurring winners? People who seem to just be "lucky".
Thing is, you may have to "build" your luck. You can get there, but isn't rent due next week? Let's focus on THAT!
So many people want to jump from 0 to 60. Where you are is exactly where you are meant to be. The sooner we accept this reality, the sooner we can move forward! And we really can accelerate along the way! (For another article)
Many people go from rags to riches overnight in a sustainable way. Again, it's possible but difficult! Improbable.
But more than that, what is it that you want in your heart? What I the "next step" in your heart? Is it to pay the rent? Is it to get a good job where you can pay your expenses? Is it enough money to do the previous as well as invest in your training, certification or education for your long-term goals?
I break this all down because if the goal is too massive and generic, people become paralyzed. And I don't want that for you. I want you to be specific about your next step and go back to Step 1 and see what fears are holding you back?
It's always good to review with a like-minded group or person. I am here if and when you need me, and want to remind you -
Anything is Possible!
Manifest, what went wrong?