daily 4cast: 1/28/2015 [#StarsAndSymbols]

Wednesday
1/28/2015
Starring:
Mercury [in Aquarius] sextile Uranus [in Aries]
Mercury [in Aquarius] semi-sextile Mars [in Pisces]
Mars [in Pisces] square Pallas [in Sagittarius]
Mars [in Pisces] inconjunct North Node [in Libra]
Co-Starring:
Moon [in Gemini] opposite Saturn [in Sagittarius]
Moon [in Gemini] trine Vesta [in Aquarius]
Moon [in Gemini] square Venus [in Pisces]

If you find yourself dropping the ball, it may be time to critically revisit your resolution. Remember, the one you made about a month ago? Yes, that one. There is no doubt that you are well on your way to reach it, but any figurative fumble you experience could be a sign to give up on your current tactic. Adjust your approach if you feel there is a better, more progressive method.

Observe the responses you receive, and if you’re not getting the desired results, learn how to improvise to make the most of every moment. If you begin the day less than gracefully, you will find your rhythm well before the sun sets.

Rhythm

As you alter your course, you will tune in to a different frequency, and the results may catch you off guard. A person from your past may reappear with big news. You could also be surprised by a familiar stranger who makes you wonder if you knew each other in a past life. Your social interactions are likely to breathe new life into old hot topics. It may hard to sit still with your immediate environment buzzing as it is.  This is all incredibly stimulating for you.

At the day’s end, as you reflect on the exciting connections you have made, you may begin to wonder if you are superficial to be so mindlessly entertained. A voice within assures you there is a bigger, more comprehensive meaning that supplements and contextualizes everything that you have learned.

meaningoflife

The only way for you to be all the way comfortable with the information you are ingesting is for your work to reflect your philosophical conclusions. You want to evidence how adept you are at reasoning, which may very well be idealistic, but you are indeed too intelligent not to realize your full potential.

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