… can any human being ever reach the highest light?

September 23, 2005 at 5:12 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

but it’s pretty much common sense, isn’t it? when people turn the corner towards their 30s, aren’t they supposed to know better?

Saturn’s going back to the sign it was in when i was born. Leo.

Saturn in Leo – “Critical examination of the self and one’s ulterior motives is required in order to develop a fully-integrated personality. With this position of Saturn focus is directed inward to personal issues in general and to the discovery of the central real self in particular.”

in in-depth psychology this is called individuation, a topic which i guess i might have felt around for quite some time as i held that i was (and am) “looking for myself out there”. so i’m crawling around the web looking for reading materials on the subject. it’s pretty interesting.

with saturn going back to leo this year up to next, it says: “People born during these times (when saturn was in leo at timeof birth – jvc) will experience a major shift in their priorities in the next year, and will learn what chains they must throw off because of ego-evolution necessities. For some, new beginnings, while for others, major culminations in old rules, systems, responsibilities, or duties. If you were born during one of these times (when saturn was in leo), you will find yourself changing, becoming more mature, more understanding, more patient about some things, understanding boundaries in easier ways while being unable to bear living with older, obsolete rules and expectations.”

as it says in the IG song i quote in the title:

“I offer thanks to those before me, that’s all I’ve got to say / ’cause maybe you squandered big bucks in your lifetime / now I have to pay. / But then again it feels like some sort of inspiration / to let the next life off the hook. / But he’ll say, ‘Look what I had to overcome from my last life, / I think I’ll write a book.'”

gad, why am i so new age-y today?

but it’s pretty much common sense, isn’t it? when people turn the corner towards their 30s, aren’t they supposed to know better?

but i guess maturity begins with acknowledging that the stars do not tell all. they just give us signs. indicators. what we actually do with our lives is largely a matter of the choices we make.

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