This week is a time to start looking to make moves.
You’ll need to push against some seeming obstacles, however. Note that these are seeming obstacles, not real ones. Maybe there is a lot of wrapping and packaging to rip away before you get to the goodies inside.
Or you could think of it like beachcombing… There is a huge area in front of you and a large number of places which look as though they could be interesting. You’ll need to turn over lots of stones and look under seaweed to find the truly interesting stuff, however.
There are so many possibilities in front of you at the moment it may be difficult to know where to start.
Not only that but given the size of the beach you may end up turning over the same stone more than once. This isn’t a problem. Take a quick look and then, if it looks familiar, move on.
Some of the rocks you try to turn over will be bigger than others. This means they may resist more your efforts. That’s just the way it goes. If you want to know what’s underneath you’ll need to get your shoulder behind it and give it some effort. Look under new rocks. Look harder under old rocks.
Actually you’ll find it useful to get an extra pair of hands to help you occasionally.
As Via changes to Acquisitio later in the week you will see increasingly the benefits of working with others. Actually, this is likely to be more of ‘assistance’ than ‘help’. They may be able to work with you to provide some of the resources, but you will still have to do the bulk of the work.
The best way to get their participation will be to let them know what you’re about and then let them decide how they will contribute.
You’re likely to find that you will have some useful ideas and insights and maybe even learn some lessons as the week progresses.
This might be useful: Capitalise on everything you can.
Almost anything will help you at the moment, you just need to get moving.
Show people what you’re about. Don’t be too proud.
If someone offers you help take it at face value. Be prepared to change course to get things going.
It’s interesting to get Via the week after Populus and, again with the Active Transform (Amissio (1234)) in the first house (Cancer). This is an important time for your personal growth — you must stay true to yourself.
Nurture yourself. Work with other people’s resources and ideas as much as you are able. Work for results and let the method of getting them effortlessly evolve.
There were no Rogues this week.
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