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Thursday, 31 October 2013

Sudden change is rarely quite as sudden as we imagine. Mainly, it is more rapid than immediate. We get some notice, we just don't quite get enough. And I am most definitely not predicting sudden change in your life, any time soon. But I do foresee the kind of change that rolls into your world and demands a great rethink of existing priorities. When you come to look back on it, years later, you may feel that it was sudden. But you will also feel that it was timely and deeply beneficial. Don't rule it out of your calculations
Sudden change is rarely quite as sudden as we imagine. Mainly, it is more rapid than immediate. We get some notice, we just don't quite get enough. And  most definitely not predict sudden change in life, any time soon. But one can foresee the kind of change that rolls into your world and demands a great rethink of existing priorities. When you come to look back on it, years later, you may feel that it was sudden. But you will also feel that it was timely and deeply beneficial. Don't rule it out of your calculations.
There is great satisfaction to be gained from creating order out of chaos. Yet there is always a risk that if chaotic energy is too carefully contained, it will build up pressure until it blows the lid off that container. And if a chaotic force is somehow neutralised, then it may lose much of what once gave it a very special kind of magic. You can't, for example, hope to achieve structured spontaneity or regimented inspiration. Some forces must just be allowed to forge their own path. Be careful what you suppress.

Wednesday, 30 October 2013


Brave steps need to be taken. Bold moves ought to be made. Indeed,  They are being taken. They are being made and you are not the only person displaying such dynamism. Indeed, arguably, you wouldn't even be considering such measures, were it not for someone else's actions. But if you are merely blocking and parrying the thrust of another sword, injury may ensue. Can you not unite with an apparent opponent against a greater common enemy. What's going to happen? What does it mean for you?

Monday, 28 October 2013

Khud Jalkar dusro ko raah dikhani hai.Jalna hi teri kismat or kahani hai. Pur jo dusro ka anthrea mita  de aisi kismat sab ko kahan milti Hai?
The creators  hadn't the first clue about the ways in which the world would change by the time. Might it be worth reconsidering some of the other points and principles that were so determinedly drummed into you? This  brings your chance to review many old ideas that may now be outmoded. You can yet profit greatly from this process.You have to be assertive. There was a situation with which you needed to get more involved because you have the capacity to do something very constructive. It seemed (and still seems), as if someone is having difficulty and could benefit from your intervention. But, either they may be reluctant to accept your assistance or you may fear that it is wrong to offer it. That's all still true. But stress the need for diplomacy. That's vital. Can we always trust the evidence of our own eyes? Not always. Many stage illusionists have built their careers on the back of the human tendency to see what it thinks it ought to be seeing. So can we trust the information that we have been given? Again, that largely depends on who has given it to us, whether they have tried to encourage us to infer a particular meaning from it, and whether we can be sure that we are not guilty of a bias of our own. Our journey to the truth takes you through a confusing jungle.