Archive for 'Musings'

Mirror, Mirror

There’s a Justin Timberlake song out - “Mirrors” – that’s got me singing along, but also thinking about relationships; specifically, what we look for in them. If you aren’t familiar with it, you can check out the lyrics & video here, and also a pic of JT, because you’re welcome:

http://www.directlyrics.com/justin-timberlake-mirrors-lyrics.html

Dammit, he’s just so cute.

It sounds to me that he’s saying the character of his song loves his woman because she reflects his ...

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“Ich bin ein Berliner!”

That long-ago uttered phrase by JFK in West Berlin to a crowd of 450,000 has been ridiculed for decades as incorrect and a public example of miscommunication.

While the former president meant to declare solidarity with the communist-surrounded people of West Berlin during the Cold War, his adding of the word “ein” was later, in the 1980′s, reported in popular culture as incorrect (Len Deighton’s spy novel Berlin Game, and an op-ed by William J. Miller in The New York Times). They ...

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So it begins

Here we go; the advent of my blogging life. I have mixed feelings, but I’m genuinely excited to share some of what goes through my head and heart on a broader scale…without two glasses of wine first.

I’ve found that one and a half work just fine.

From what I can tell, the point of a blog is connection and community – and maybe even inspiration. That latter reason is ...

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Astrology in a Nutshell

Reading a chart is pulling together seemingly random and independent energetic components into a web-like design of a cogent language, all of which expresses YOU (or the subject at hand). There are many, many things going on at once, so if you’re unfamiliar with what the different aspects mean then looking at & trying to understand a chart can be overwhelming.

The way I typically describe a chart to a client in a session is as a blueprint for this lifetime. ...

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Why I Chose Astrology…or Why it Chose Me

Ever since I was a little kid, I always felt birthdays meant something. It was an intuitive thing, really. I was constantly asking people when their birthdays were before I had a clue the signs of the zodiac even existed. As in, the first time I’d meet someone, within a few minutes of conversation I’d be all “So when’s your birthday?” out of the blue.

I just needed to know.

More than cake and ice cream, presents, and friends, birthdays were the celebration ...

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