Notice how people have difficulty making changes in their lives these days. It’s not that we don’t have time; it’s that the patterns in which we live have become so crystallized, we can barely break out of them. As time creeps into the Age of Aquarius, it becomes ever-more essential that we become free from our destructive cultural patterns.
It’s time to purge any misgivings you have about sex. By any, I mean any and all. This process may take a while, though it’s also been going on for a while: the process of setting yourself free from false morality. The solution to what seems like a complicated equation is that you came to this planet to create.
You’re embarking on the time when you discover your true talent as an artist, as a lover and — most of all — as someone who trusts yourself as these things. Pisces is the sign that’s designed for pleasure, though it’s easy to get distracted from that because you place such a high value on serving others.
In ancient Chinese mythology, the bull was among the most deeply revered symbols because he broke the ground and helped furrow the seed, as well as fathered the calf, which extended life and enabled the mother to give milk. At the same time, the crescent Moon was seen as the horns of the bull, so he also united Heaven and Earth.
Making home is a creative matter as much as it is a practical one; at the moment, the creative aspect is emphasized, which means thinking with your heart as well as your head. For a while there you worked yourself into a bit of chaos wondering what would be next; all of a sudden it seems to be coming a lot more easily than you had anticipated.
You have a right to change who you are, and you’ve probably decided the time to do so is now. Indeed, it would appear that you have embarked on one of the most detailed and energetic self-improvement programs of your life. Before you get too far, I would propose that changing who you are is not nearly as important as re-visioning how you feel about yourself.
All your life you have been goaded by fears of a world of good and evil. Few people experience such a powerful force of opposition in their cosmic schema, even though the theme of struggle between the dark and light sides populates most of film, television and fantasy. These distinctions are now blurring.
There is an immediacy to the sky at the moment that may be calling forth your worst doubts, while at the same time you possess an idea that your intuition is positively superb. And this intuition points to an end to the long delay in gratification that you have endured. Can the two ideas be reconciled?
One of the greatest turn-ons for humans in bodies and egos (that would be all of us) is a powerful sense of identification with the other; that is, with a counterpart of some kind. The planets are arranged in such a position as to make this inevitable; you are likely to see a little of yourself in everyone.
There is an Indian concept called “sumscara,” which means “hidden past impressions.” We live in a universe of these impressions, yet we barely notice. If you walk past a coffee shop, you are reminded of a person you met there, and may feel a longing for him. When you go home, every sight you see contains data about the past.
A close partner seems to have crawled out of their shell and is aligning with your most radical, innovative or creative side. You have been in no mood lately to go shopping for your ideas in antique shops, and most of the hobbits on this planet panic when someone comes along with something that is actually new, besides a flavor of ice cream.
Something that has made no sense may come into focus all at once, and then just as fast disappear like you had not noticed. It looks like a puzzling question or discussion point where the solution or the real situation becomes obvious, complete with the little tag about how it would be a good thing to write down because you might forget.