Astrological Forecast: Aug. 1-7, 2021
“Our value isn’t placed on what we know, but how much we see.” –@ArikXander
- Moon Conjunct Uranus
- Sun Conjunct Mercury
- Mercury Opposite Saturn
- Sun Opposite Saturn
- Venus Trine Uranus
- Mercury Square Uranus
- Sun Square Uranus
⁂ The cosmic signature of the week is grounding you in your sense of value.
⁂ The gift of the week is vision.
⁂ The challenge of the week is the addiction to blindness.
Hope you’re all staying cool in that Leo heat. Many of you are afraid of more lockdowns, and rightfully so (sorry Australia, but maybe yours will lift as our Summer ends too) – as you don’t need to be an astrologer to see what’s coming! In fact, this week is all about foresight and vision! So you can write the story, all I ask is that you make it a good one. My teacher, His Holiness Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche, would listen to the many complaints his students had about life. As we all do, they would complain in hopes of extracting some sort of sympathy for the devil; pleading for an exemption in order to pass some karmic toll.
When listening to the woes and suffering of his audience, he would respond with the most bizarre remark: He would say, “I see”.
Can you imagine? Think of it: you travel many miles to seek the advice of a sage, only to be told, “I see”. What kind of sage is that?!
Well, actually, that’s what this week’s chart is all about: vision and purifying more evil eye. Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche was not only a great sage, he was one of the leading masters of pith which he delivered through his poetry and books. As pithy as it sounds, “I see” had the power to stop waves of chaos. How? That’s what we will learn this week. To see to is know, and to understand. When we see the bigger picture, we get a context of what’s going on. We can see where something is coming from and where it is going.
Probably one of the most powerful attributes that come with seeing is the ability to bear witness to a beautiful reality. When we bear witness to a beautiful reality, a new world begins to form. We are reminded of our blinders this week. What is blinding you from your beautiful reality? I have seen firsthand when students ask my wife a question only to receive a response they don’t like. I’ve seen people say that she didn’t understand their question, in order to avoid the answer they were given – and stay blind.
This week, our spiritual vision opens so that we can eliminate the plague of ignorance and see what’s going on. The problem is that we are too intelligent for our own good. We think we see without ever bearing witness ourselves. This thinking pollutes the psychic realm to the point that we don’t see what’s coming because we don’t see what’s happening. I’ve said this before and the universe brings it up again this week, regarding the concept of jealousy and the evil eye – a force of ego that can destroy health, love, wealth, or business. It’s so easy to dismiss the evil eye because most of us are good people and why would we look through evil eyes? Well, it’s not about being a good person, because anyone can have an evil eye – even “good” people.
To add to that, as soon as good people are excused from the downfalls of mankind, they are blinded to the good around them. When the good around you is concealed, you’re living in the dark. This week, we are shown that our value isn’t placed on what we know, but how much we see. Do you pay attention to what you see coming? This week, we are shown what’s coming and acquire the knowledge necessary to connect to true vision.
Daily horoscope & important transits:
- Sunday: Power struggles are games where everyone loses.
- Monday: Be without judgment, and you’ll see the value of what’s right before you.
- Tuesday: Be still. Be silent. Move in the union of life.
- Wednesday: Think with courage and laugh at your fears.
- Thursday: Open your heart to your intuition and trust in the process of growing pains.
- Friday: See beyond the five senses so that you can see beyond the illusions of life.
- Saturday: What’s possible for one, is not possible for another. Isn’t that nice?
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