28* Gemini New Moon
By Tara Sutphen
28* Gemini New Moon (no moon – starry dark sky, the time of dreaming), culminating June 19, 2012.
This New moon is about looking into your career or job. As humans, we must develop and learn, the moment we stop emerging, we stop wakefulness. Many people are now depleted by their professions, our society casts rules. More and more regulations are made and the exhaustion level is high. We must work on renewal. Every few years it’s important to gain new knowledge and information. Those who were carried away by “too fast of plans”, lack a feeling of progress.
How do we get ourselves out of our own ruts and back on solid ground. Possibly organizing our time efficiently, curtailing wasted hours on frivolous activity or socializing. Or it could be working too many hours at a dead end job with uncaring people. There are myriad of complaints holding us from accomplishing. Of course we need to negotiate until we steer ourselves into our next option. To prevail, we all must give and take, take and give. A sense of balance is the key. If vocational restructuring or guidance is needed, going back to school or taking a class or two might resolve our struggle. Conversing with a friend, mentor or professional, maybe they will see something you don’t. Any remarkable skill requires time and exertion. Start meeting yourself at least halfway.
We get nowhere with ideas locked in our head. How many times have you heard someone say…”oh, I thought of that gadget or idea, but look someone else invented it, making millions”. The innovator moved their body to complete the idea. They didn’t know what to do or where to go to carry the invention out, they just began to ask questions, initiating a means to discovery. No one knows exactly where life will be taking them, we just lay down tracks to move our train.
“Keep on beginning and failing. Each time you fail, start all over again, and you will grow stronger until you have accomplished a purpose – not the one you began with perhaps, but one you’ll be glad to remember.” ~ Anne Sullivan (American teacher , 1866-1936)