Today’s Oracle takes us to the Capricorn weekly for Jan. 30, 2017.
You’re about to figure out what you’re angry about. It’s funny how something can irritate or grate on you, and you don’t even know what it is. Then when you do, you have the choice to act, or suppress your feelings. There’s not much territory between. In or out are the options. However, it’s not healthy to turn anger or resentment onto yourself. While it’s not exactly peace-loving to turn your anger outward onto loved ones, even if they are the ones who provoked you, turning it inward results in guilt and sickness. You don’t need to rage out at anyone. Going to the gym would be helpful — your present state of mind demands some physical expression. The chances are that something in your present environment is referencing, and triggering, something in the past. Ask yourself what this is about. Listen to yourself. Say what you need to say, and do what you need to do. You can.
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“The chances are that something in your present environment is referencing, and triggering, something in the past. Ask yourself what this is about.”
Lovely Oracle today. I’m examining this territory a little more closely but I’m so cautious of not attaching current problems to old stories, as if somehow validating something or some connection. How to move forward in a constructive way, with a new sense of purpose and self definition. My work issues don’t “have” to be about my relationship with my parents. Even if they are somewhat triggering responses in me. So I try to ask “how can I address a situation, rooted in my calm self empowerment, and see it as an opportunity to express myself in the way that I really want now.”