Today’s Oracle takes us to the Leo monthly for Nov. 27, 2006
Saturn in your birth sign has turned out to be more productive than you thought. The Grateful Dead’s lyricist, in one of the band’s later songs, penned the memorable line, “If I were the Sun, I would run for shade,” a healthy image of this transit. Saturn is a harsh teacher only when we insist on losing touch with reality, which is to lose touch with ourselves, our environment and our sense of mission. Working within your limits, respecting authority and moreover, taking over as your own inner authority are the practical ideas we need to take aboard. The boss is only a problem when we see her outside ourselves, as someone apart and with separate interests. But this boss tends to be a relic of everyone from parents, teachers and over-zealous Boy Scout leaders, whose ideas of authority we have not addressed within ourselves. Saturn always makes us stretch across the gap between the individual and collective, and his motto in Leo is ‘the greatest good for all concerned’. It’s worth a chance.
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