Madame Clairevoyant: Horoscopes for the Week of September 24 This week kicks off with a big, bold full moon in aggressive Aries.
Madame Clairevoyant: Horoscopes for the Week of September 10 Warrior Mars enters rebellious Aquarius this week — what rules will you break? Madame Clairevoyant: Horoscopes for the Week of August 13 Mercury ends its retrograde this week, thank goddess! Madame Clairevoyant: Horoscopes for the Week of July 30 The eclipse is over, and five planets are retrograde. How will you welcome the sun in Leo? The planet of passion and energy is going retrograde until August. Madame Clairevoyant: Horoscopes for the Week of June 18 In this new water season, your emotions might deepen or become strange.
Madame Clairevoyant: Horoscopes for the Week of June 11 This moon is an open door, and a new beginning. Or perhaps Mars will defend his territory like a cornered animal or crazed mother bear protecting her cub from danger. Mars is not going to be much help during our throbbing, pulsing, transforming and changing evolution other than to make us feel whiny, scared and like we want to pull the covers over our heads.
Which, of course, we CAN do! Covers over our heads are a wonderful option for a bit at least. But eventually you are going to have to get out of your bed and get back into the swing and stream of life. You are evolving, whether you like it or not.
So if you are evolving, you might as well make the best of it! Think big picture. Envision the longer term. Focus on the dream s. Do the Sagittarius part of the chart it is kind of hard to ignore and think outside of the box. If you aim for the stars, you might miss, but at least you will have shot your arrow into the air! We can assume that their mothers or other carers have put them on for them.
Without having to worry about complicated details and difficult consequences, the feeling of a sense of security and safety can lead to more carefree and playful moments.
Is there a sense of naivety here and missing the real point of life? Is someone being kept in the dark, or kept from seeing reality? On the other hand, you may need to look after others and ensure that their well-being is at the top of the list of priorities.
Keywords: Care taken with small beginnings. Protection or blinkering? Propaganda that hides more severe life realities. Being treated like a child. Sunblocks and sunscreens.
The Caution: Overprotection by institutionalized procedures that can lead to not being able to see the whole picture. Infantile behavior.
Being overshadowed by ego. Once you bring life into the world, you must protect it. We must protect it by changing the world. Elie Wiesel. With each passage of human growth we must shed a protective structure [like a hardy crustacean]. Gail Sheehy. I know many forty-five-year old men with the mentalities of six-year-olds, and my feeling is that they should not see such pictures, either. Shirley Temple Black.
Let children read whatever they want and then talk about it with them. Judy Blume. Skip to content. Elie Wiesel With each passage of human growth we must shed a protective structure [like a hardy crustacean]. Shirley Temple Black Let children read whatever they want and then talk about it with them.