daily 4cast: 2/26/2015 [#StarsAndSymbols]

Thursday
2/26/2015
Starring:

Sun [in Pisces] conjunct Neptune [in Pisces]
Pluto [in Capricorn] semi-sextile Vesta [in Aquarius]
Co-Starring:
Moon [in Gemini] trine Vesta [in Aquarius]
Moon [in Gemini] square Chiron [in Pisces]
Moon [in Gemini] sextile Uranus [in Aries], Jupiter [in Leo]
Moon [in Gemini] inconjunct Pluto [in Capricorn]

Every legend has a backstory, so if you intend to leave a legacy, you better make sure you have a good myth. A compelling tale is the difference between an icon and a one hit wonder. Although most biographies contain a bit of embellishment, you don’t have to stray very far from the truth to make interesting your history. Make a list of the five most exciting moments you have ever experienced, as well as the five most unpleasant moments that you’d like to forget. From there your story will formulate itself, as your passionate recollections will naturally animate your memories without having to resort to deception.

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Connecting the dots of the disparate incidents from your past is not only a way to propel your brand, but also an effective method of drawing strength from your shadow by consciously integrating traumatic occurrences. By focusing deliberately on the loose ends in hopes of finding a common thread, you will make some sense of the painful fragments, thus creating a contextual safe haven for the wounds which always seemed to evade explanation. To know where you’re going, you have to know where you come from, and re-framing your retrospective lens can be the best remedy for an unresolved complex. Once you unlock and articulate the theatrical theme of your life bygone, your sense of purpose and power in the present moment will be renewed, and you will gain access to the infinite portal of creative possibility.

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