Reflections on a Mercury Retrograde Down Day
Reflections on a Mercury Retrograde Down Day,
Date: 12/5/2017 10:37:22 AM ( 9 mon ) ... viewed 302 times
“All retrogrades show us that sometimes it is more important to be inwardly oriented than outer-directed. These are times when our previous activities "echo back" information about what we've already experienced during a planetary direct motion phase.” — Robert Wilkinson.
“When retrograde, Mercury, the "Guide of Souls," challenges us to cultivate our personal understanding of our "fellowship with the Eternal," explore our deeper issues and useful but overlooked details in what's being discussed or asserted, take an unusual view, and allow ourselves to be led by the future implications of what's happening. It’s a time when we truly get a new look at many things and come to a different understanding of how the various affairs of our inner and outer life are coordinated, or need to be.” —Robert Wilkinson.
“While Mercury is retrograde, take the time to re-trace ground covered in recent weeks, get new information and interpretations of old ideas and perceptions, and find new points of view. It’s a great time for picking up things that have been on hold, or which have progressed in bursts of activity followed by fallow periods.
It’s a natural time to research, review, rehearse, and re-do whatever needs a new approach in our lives. Since Mercury is in Virgo and Leo, reconsider, reinterpret, and rework Virgo and Leo issues and activities, seeing their significance from new angles of understanding.”—Robert Wilkinson
I was increasingly depressed yesterday, the third day of a three week period in my life called Mercury Retrograde, that happens three times a year.
It was as if I was looking for something to feel upset about.
My Journey to Outgrow Cancer Naturally gives me pause. It like no matte how good life gets these days, there’s some cloud over my head,something I really need to pay attention to.
I went so far as to even get depressed about Rashaad Penny, the San Diego State University running back who may very well be one of the best football players in the college nation this year but is hardly on anyone’s map outside of what appears a tiny Little World of Local Pigskin.
In spite of the San Diego State University Athletics producing the two top leaders in running yards two years in a row, the distances on the football field they have traveled isn’t even on the National Map of Recognition as far as awards given to who is best.
Reflecting on my own life as well as his, is my life a case of going far and achieving nothing? What was all the energy about I put out, and isn’t it time to just slow down, clean and clear, and catch up with overdue metaphoric as well as literal record-keeping?
10-2 for the season (just like the #GoAztecs), this is the time of year I ask my sponsors for funding, and yet I am more reoccurred with the Chase for the Real Cure, and wanting to clear my desk.
I want to add Bowel Cleansing, exercise, more gardening, and sitting in a hot springs somewhere; I hardly am finding time to even line up all my supplements.
Gratefully I have you to write to; and a near full time assistant who really gets me, shared mutual cheerleading, and makes my meals.
I am making plans well into next year. The more I hear about how a kidney mass can grow, I feel compelled to want to let this Visitor leave naturally. There are just too many remedies that work, as well as horrified Other Voices who just can’t believe in this age of Cut It Out, I want to Grow My Habits and Lifestyle Beyond it.
For sure, I find it very attractive that at the Inner core of some Rogue Cancer cells their is likely an Invading Parasite or Virus, hello. The Cancer may very well be walling off the Parasite as a way to protect life. Then there are the philosophers who believe that when you cut it out, the buggers just travel somewhere else in the body, what kind of nightmare is that?
This article here says 10% of Cancer Hosts Survive snd 90% Of Chemo Takers end up with an immensely compromised immune system.
My immune system is already tired, and oh my God what a Wonderful Ride my life has been so far!
What are guy living for? Dr. Bernard Jensen spoke in terms of. Long life lived is not good enough, but a meaningful life lived is plenty.
I don’t see myself dying soon.
I have too much to Clean Up from all the Messes I have made, and in the Jewels in the Rubble are a Legacy Of Writings I want to leave for others. I have a lot of the Fruits of my Labor still to enjoy and Love to share.
I feel better now and maybe a little scared. There is still the Cloud overhead a bit, and a clear desk to enjoy clearing.
Let’s go within now if you feel it, and enjoy this very unique Holiday Season doing deep with friends.
Leslie Goldman #YourEnchantedGardener #PlantYourDreamBlog
December 5, 2017
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