Hints and suggestions are likely to occur to you this week. Be ready to make the most of them.
There are some unusual correspondences, too, this week: The second geome is in the traditional house of the first geome; the Pars falls in the traditional house of the Ascendant’s sign and the second geome’s sign is found in the house of the Active Transform — and throw into the mixture the fact that there is a Rogue geome then we can see that there are wheels within wheels and that suggestions and hints are floating around Flow all through the week.
Carcer in the 10th house (Gemini) shows that you are likely to feel some pressure in trying to press your points forward. You know what you want to say and do, but for some reason matters feel heavy going. It might all feel a bit of a grind.
This is likely to spring from the Pars Saturnii residing in the sixth house (Aquarius). Work in general is likely to be confused by an abundance of new (unwelcome) thoughts and ideas, often seemingly impractical and detached from what’s really going on. (Don’t you just love bosses?) Why can’t you be left alone to do what needs to be done?
Rubeus in the third house (Scorpio) shows that you are not likely to find much relief from your closest friends and family this week, either. It’s not that they are unsympathetic, it’s just that you are likely to be approaching things from a different direction to them.
You are likely to be busy with family matters, possibly with matters which have been bubbling under the surface for some time. Combined with the first geome you are likely to feel that you just want to break free.
The Active Transform this week is Puer (14) in the eight house (Aries). Here we see the AT in its natural sign indicating the likelihood of potential mental relief from the stress… if you go about matters in the right way. You’ll know if matters are going wrong if there are increasing disagreements and pressure with people jumping off the handle.
Matters will be going right though if you find the cracks.
To break free you need to find the weak points — not in a challenging or superior way, but rather to find the pressure points and weaknesses. These will be the places in which you can find some ‘give’.
Don’t go head to head with the opposition. Instead, look to find the unexplored areas.
Practise being inspired. Practise trying new things. Follow the suggestions and hints and see where the possibly movement lies.
The Rogue was Fortuna Major also in the eighth house: When you find a crack, see how far you can gently prise it open… thoughtfully.
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