Monday, October 02, 2006

Damn This Super Star-reader!

Eric Francis divines:

ARIES: It's time for the sex review. Since it's always likely that the S word will be misunderstood, I am referring to the details of erotic pleasure and surrender, including commitment and its relationship to conjugal partnerships. Here is a question: to what extent is money a factor in these things, and why? How does that relate to your ideas about commitment? Forthcoming developments associated with Mercury's retrograde in Scorpio will present you with a series of opportunities to allow pleasure, commitment and economics each to exist independently and for their own sake, not as one unified package. This is a boundary issue: creating healthy divisions between aspects of life that need, at the very least, to be considered separately before they are considered together. It's possible that some relationships will find the process challenging, and if that's the case, it would be wise to define improving communication as a theme of its own.

CANCER: As much as a deep intuitive sense has been calling you in the direction of increased devotion to erotic and creative experience, there have been many other factors that have been getting in the way. It's fair enough to wonder: does it always need to be this hard? I suggest, however, that you not let any adversity or lack of success keep you from trying, and from persisting in your experiments. The history of both art and science is the history of those who tried again and again until they experienced a breakthrough. And many times, the cosmic wisdom of delays and blocks becomes apparent when the timing of positive and unusual developments is noticed for what it is. For as much effort as you've been making, you can trust that at least three times the energy has been gathering behind the scenes, and before too long, it looks set to begin moving all at once.

VIRGO: As simple as you aspire to be, it rarely works. So I suggest you devote yourself to complexity management. It's not really going to be possible to orchestrate the many factors of your life in a linear fashion. Your mind doesn't work like that, anyway. What I suggest you do is let things proceed naturally for a while, but pay particular attention to patterns in the seeming chaos. Certain factors, messages and events will tend to repeat. If something repeats three times, you can figure it's here to stay and that you need a systematic way to address it. Three bits of data in any category; three people in a certain role in your life; three physical spaces to manage; once you get to three, create a minimalist solution, something on the level of a file or a page in a notebook. The key is noticing those patterns. They are precious pictures of what's going on in your mind.

6 Comments:

Blogger rhyster said...

Where did you get that "3" times rule?

4:01 PM  
Blogger marjorie said...

OH MY GOD!!!

Ok, one of you must cop to it now...which of you is actually writing these??

2:42 PM  
Blogger marjorie said...

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2:43 PM  
Blogger mjae said...

Ummm... Brian Francis!

Maybe he spies on us or something...

8:41 AM  
Blogger Maggie said...

ps it's ERIC francis. :-)

11:54 PM  
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