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Numerology/Astrology for 11/15/20

11/15/20 is the number = 3

Add the 1 + 1 + 1 + 5 + 2 + 0 + 2 + 0 and we get the number 12. 1 + 2 = 3.

The number three is about the angel and the devil that are sitting on either shoulder. And our head becomes the third point. One part of our mind says something nice and another part of our brain says something less than nice. Then our head in between has to sort is all out. It is important to learn to listen to all sides and it is important to learn how to look at those perspectives with objectivity. I believe that we cannot be actually “positive” (the number 3) if you are avoiding dealing with the whole truth and the facts. Choice without having all the information or facts is just living in a fantasy.
~Suzanne Wagner~

Astrology Today

The planet of love and money “Venus” is making several challenges to planets in Capricorn this week, precisely on the 15th and 19th. It is a rare opportunity to review where your values are coming into manifestation, or where you should look at the choices that have been destabilizing for you. Be diplomatic in how you communicate boundaries. With what is coming your way, it is time to get serious about budgeting. This holiday you need to be frugal and very careful.

With the New Moon in Scorpio there is a need for a fresh beginning. Moving forward is going to require new skills and abilities to discipline ourselves. Humanity struggles with our big brain and the ability of self-discipline. From this point on, either that balance or imbalance will determine your destiny going forward.

Start by noticing what things are behaviors that make patterns that promote dysfunction in your life. Notice those patterns of excess. Those are often things like, addiction, over-spending, over-working, trauma/drama, etc. After all, we live on a highly addictive planet. We have neurological patterns that are biological imperatives passed down from our ancestors. Patterns such as a craving of red meat. While the species of mankind evolved one of the things we figured out and helped develop our brain was the ability to hunt and provide enough so that our brains could become more highly skilled.

We also craved things that were sweet. But in ancient times that was things like honey and molasses, which were the available sweet things if you were Caucasian. (Sugar comes from the Tropics.) That was a signal from the brain that you needed a mineral such as Chromium (molasses), or Amino Acids (honey).

We are in a time where we need to look at what is the “Junk” either in our life or the “Junk” we create in our life. Junk can be as in junk food, addictions, habits that are counterproductive, certain internet addictions, etc. It is time to get rid of the junk that is material, spiritual, emotional, or physical.

We can accomplish so much if we rid ourselves of this addictive pattern of consuming “junk”.

While we are working to get back to what is “real” and life affirming, there are those that are still “hooked” in their patterns that feel that addiction within.

We cannot help some find the deeper meaning and beauty in life until they are ready.

But what we are creating is a type of purposefulness and meaning to our life.

There is a lot of fear happening right now around confrontations. There have been so many heavy emotional situations. Every one of us will be forced to confront uncomfortable situations. That is what helps us emotionally grow and psychologically mature.

The game is always about understanding the meanings that you randomly give certain things. What motivates us? For myself, my motivation is what illicit compassion and concern.

While approval is important if you are still working on certain socially inclusive levels of consciousness, right now, that inclusion has become relatively less important. Situations are demanding us to do something, to sacrifice, and to take action.

Exaggeration is not only a bad idea but counter-productive. Exaggeration is a form of insecurity and not feeling good enough. But such actions make others suspicious as they detect something that is unclear and not true. Notice words and actions that are designed to subvert what you believe you know. It is important to notice that you are being force-fed information designed to confuse and conflate.

~Suzanne Wagner~

Quote

Exaggeration is not only
a bad idea but counter-productive.
Exaggeration is a form of insecurity
an expression of not feeling good enough.
But such actions make others suspicious
as they detect something that is unclear
and potentially not true.
Notice words and actions that are designed
to subvert what you believe you know.
It is important to notice that you
are being force-fed information
designed to confuse and conflate.

~Suzanne Wagner~

 

 

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For many lifetimes I looked away.
To keep my fear of the truth at bay.
It worked for a time.
My illusions were fine.
But my heart ached for more,
And I felt empty and poor.
I liked my bubble. It felt safe and secure.
But it could not stop truths allure.
Eventually, I decided to take a peek.
At what was beyond that I refused to speak.
What came next was a shock that destroyed.
All the illusions that I had employed.
I saw my bubble as a barrier to pain.
Feelings that could consume and constrain.
But when those feelings broke through my wall.
All fear and resistance began to fall.
What remained was my expanded self.
Energy and power that I had put on a shelf.
Came back into my soul with a force of light.
That lifted my soul above the human plight.
Wholeness can give something illusion cannot.
After all, wisdom can be experienced but never bought.
~Suzanne Wagner~

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