Monday, March 24, 2008

Highlights from Brezsny

Do you want to know the secret of our success here at the Lab? We read Rob Brezsny's Free Will Astrology religiously! He sends out a weekly newsletter that we read from head to toe for inspiration and good old fashioned advice from the stars. Here are some highlights from last week and, just for safe keeping, my horoscope for the week. (I read Sag and Cap as I'm a Dec. 21st baby)

In 1967, only 25 percent of American infants were breast-fed. Today, the
rate is seven out of 10. That's excellent news, says the American
Academy of Pediatrics, citing research that suggests children are far
healthier when they're breast-fed.

Western science and religion have differing views on how the universe was
created, but they agree that it happened a long time ago. The mystery
schools of the West, on the other hand, assert that the universe is
recreated anew in every moment through the divinely erotic play of God
and Goddess. They say that if we humans treat lovemaking as an
experimental sacrament, we can attune ourselves to the union of the two
primal deities and, in a sense, participate in the ongoing creation of the

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): On the morning of May 4, 2004, film
producer Rielle Hunter woke up to find herself, by her own admission, fully
enlightened. Soon she had become "addicted to higher consciousness,"
and was unable to get involved with anything unless it expanded her
awareness. If such a sequence of events were ever going to occur for
you, Sagittarius, it would start soon.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): You would stir up exciting changes in your
approach to life in you took time in the next few weeks to find out more
about the crowning achievements of your most intriguing ancestors. It will
also be a favorable time for you to engage in dreamy conversations with
the historical figures you admire most, and to muse in luxurious detail on
memories of events that were crucial in making you who you are. For
extra credit, have fun imagining who you were in your last two
incarnations. The past has gifts to give you, Capricorn. Go gather them
Oh yes, Angela's as well:
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Writing in the *San Francisco Chronicle,*
columnist Jon Carroll described the behavior of certain young spiders in
the Sacramento Delta. When one of these "spiderlings" is ready to leave
its birthplace and go in search of adventure, it spins out a long gossamer
strand, climbs aboard, and leaps into the unknown. Floating in mid-air, it's
carried by the wind to who-knows-where, eventually landing in its new
homeland. While I'm normally a big advocate of having goals and making
plans, this is one of those rare times when I advise you to act more like
the spiderlings.

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