Saturday, January 20, 2007

Greetings From Grand Canyon!

Wondering where I went? I'm on my way back. Be here quicker than you can wink your goldfish!

17 Comments:

Blogger jm said...

I'm back. Not too much wear and tear.
I have noticed, though, a marked increase in practical applications of my life plan. I'm lucky. I know about Pluto and, boy howdy, I'm getting ready. Exactly square my Mars in one year. Think that's enough time? Do I need body armor?
Interesting changes are already popping in.

20/1/07 2:39 PM  
Blogger jm said...

I also noticed where these so called leaders clawing for the presidency have announced during the Saturn retrograde. I wouldn't call this auspicious.

20/1/07 3:23 PM  
Blogger Tseka said...

I also noticed where these so called leaders clawing for the presidency have announced during the Saturn retrograde. I wouldn't call this auspicious.

That all depends, i would call it auspicious since i do not resonate to any of the prez hopefuls.

20/1/07 3:34 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Of course, tseka! You are so right, as usual. Very auspicious, I would say.
They are definitely not the creme de la creme!

Is anyone hiding in the cracks, do you suppose, that would arouse anything other than malaise in the body system?

20/1/07 3:52 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Another thing I've noticed dramatically shift with this Capricorn, is attention to the immediate problems at hand. While speculation as to the general future is alluring, and I do admit to get caught up in the whirl, now it makes no sense at all.
One thing I like about Capricorn is the knowledge that the next step is right in front of you. And this is where the control is.

Gradualprogressgradualprogressgradual.....

20/1/07 4:05 PM  
Blogger Tseka said...

Ha! Ha! Ha! so right : gradual progress.

Today saw some. Cleaning out. Preparing to repair the garage on a larger level. Warm day today and more expected ease the path.

Just what is in front of me is all i can bear to look at JM otherwise, i get overwhelmed.

20/1/07 4:13 PM  
Blogger jm said...

I meant it when I said this was going to be my mantra, and I can already sense the benefits.
I even plan to repeat it in writing here, it's such a great and simple plan.

I have high hopes for this garage.

Just what is in front of me is all i can bear to look at

Now wise you are. Most people can't bear to look at that, so they concoct a future that doesn't exist. That incorporates their unhappiness with their own present.

I've decided to take it as is, as it comes, with its trustworthy gradual progression. The offering is right there from life. Right before us.

20/1/07 4:26 PM  
Blogger jm said...

I have so many ideas for songs and essays on the human "race". All forthcoming. Gradually.

20/1/07 4:28 PM  
Blogger Neith said...

Just what is in front of me is all i can bear to look at JM otherwise, i get overwhelmed.

This is a lesson I'm very well acquainted with - and one learned as a child helping on the farm. It's inherent in the craft work I do . . . and why I have the most profound respect for the women/children who weave oriental rugs, one knot at a time. It helps to have Mars in a Fixed sign, or as tseka does, Saturn conjunct Mars. We sorely need to remember this lesson as a people - too much instant gratification available in these times! :-)

20/1/07 4:52 PM  
Blogger Tseka said...

You women are just too wonderful for words, i thank my lucky stars finding you.

20/1/07 5:20 PM  
Blogger Tseka said...

BTW can you provide meaning for "wink your goldfish" to this poor under-educated woman?

20/1/07 5:36 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Ha Ha! I have no idea what it means! Haiku I guess.

I was thinking of the "wink of an eye" and that popped in so I let it be.

One knot at at a time

That's part II of the mantra.

20/1/07 7:16 PM  
Blogger Kadimiros said...

I designed a necktie once that read "knot today"! Heh!

20/1/07 10:41 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Ha ha!!

Fit to be Tied might work!

20/1/07 11:13 PM  
Blogger Kadimiros said...

Well, that would have to be in silk! LOL!

20/1/07 11:23 PM  
Blogger jm said...

The knot. Safety, security?

I've always enjoyed untying them.

20/1/07 11:30 PM  
Blogger jm said...

I also enjoy untangling yarns and taking out stitches. Much more than the reverse. I like taking clothes apart and putting them back together in a new way.

Sometimes when I have a knot to undo, I feel an enormous pleasure and approach it like a meditation. Very relaxing.

20/1/07 11:34 PM  

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