More than ever, our spiritual practice is vital to sustaining us every day, and in every moment in every day, without exception. When we can be with ourselves without anything added for several moments a day, perhaps gradually extending that to longer periods of time or more frequent moments of stillness and pure being-ness each day, we are practising living with reality.
Most often, we don’t know the effects of our actions, or our inaction (both of which can be called karma), until long afterwards – if at all! We have to use our imagination, or logical reasoning, to project into the future the sort of result we hope to achieve, yet the results of our actions are never certain due to countless factors far beyond our control.
Significant changes usually come from times of crisis. We have an opportunity now for change on a Personal and collective level that is rare outside of wartime. The economy and health crisis will no doubt worsen …
Significant changes usually come from times of crisis. We have an opportunity now for a change on a personal and collective level that is rare outside of wartime. The economy and health crisis will no doubt worsen before they get better, so we must prepare to live differently and do whatever we can to help others, for everyone’s sake.
Astrology shows us how the cycles of history line up with the cycles of the planets, and we can learn from these patterns as we navigate our way through the months and years ahead