Today’s Oracle takes us to the Virgo monthly for March 1, 2000
The rational mind makes a great slave, and a terrible master. If we become too attached to it, concepts which go beyond its bounds can seem to threaten is very life and really freak us out. As T.S. Eliot said in the poem Burnt Norton, “Human kind cannot bear very much reality.” Yet it’s reality that’s calling you now. Gazing both into your life and out into the world, you seem to be met by a wide variety of ultimate: endings, sweeping progressions, recreations, and the mystery of birth and death. The rational mind attempts to give “reasons” for all of this. But there are not such good reasons as the mind perceives them, and it would be kind of you to stand back and take it all in with the grace and appreciation of a poet rather than a scientist. Let your mind be blown, and it will be blown wide open.
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