Daily Mystic for Monday 15 April

“We shelter an angel within us. We must be the guardians of that angel.”
Jean Cocteau

Retro-Mercury reconnects with maverick Chiron for the next two days, developing dialogue or a concept from around the last Equinox on March 20/21.

If something desirable from then decelerates or weirds out, remember that there is a third round of this cool cosmic download of an alignment in May, from the 6th to 8th.

However, if you dropped something/someone in frustration around about 3-4 weeks ago, this retro-Mercury/Chiron conjunction could regenerate momentum. It’s unpredictable, especially with the hyper-Uranian atmosphere in the background, but maintain an open mind.

Note also that Mars is still in orb of Saturn so minor vexations or run-of-the-mill misunderstandings can easily arouse long-standing grudges. Ideally, ensure your response is not tainted by ye-olde-resentments.

xxMystic

Image: George Condo 

3 thoughts on “Daily Mystic for Monday 15 April”

  1. We must be the guardians of that angel
    Yes indeed Monsieur Cocteau we very much must be the fierce guardians of our angels. And also to woo and befriend our demons. Everything belongs

  2. I did learn excellent discipline from working with two Asperger’s hyper Virgo brains and saw how badly I react to criticism and how harsh my own inner critic is with me. I need to work with softness and empathy – more creative freedom than they could offer me but I did learn a lot about discipline from them

  3. Hmmm I actually did drop a writing project I’ve been working on for two years because the hyper Virgo people I was working with were being unbelievably Virgo and I just could really honestly fuqin not with that anymore. I was so very close to the end of it too and quitting was not an optimal outcome for me but I straight up ran out of steam, fuel and emotional energy for the project. Not exactly for the project as for the people who were editing and the format being used. It just felt completely nuts and crazy making. I don’t regret the decision as I thought for sure I would. But. I wonder what form it will take going forward? I’ve been writing on my own and using a much freer more narrative approach and it’s going okay.

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