Today is the number 20/2. So don’t let the negativity of the mind take over your world. Look to the quote below and recognize that the more serious you get the more you begin to die inside. Stop relax and let go of the constant analyzing and blame. Instead pull that quickness of the mind into the art of humor and laughter. Have you noticed that all the comedians are some of the smartest people you know? To have a quick comeback you have to see the situation clearly and instead of blame you get to twist it into humor. The humor makes something that is potentially negative and turns it on its head. Humor can tell the truth but in a way that everyone laughs instead of feeling hurt of blamed. Often humor is faster at breaking one out of the loop of drama better than blunt confrontation. Today give that a try. See if you can make a joke in your head about an upsetting situation rather than to get mad and lash out. The Moon continues its transit of Pisces all day. Mercury sextiles Saturn this morning, which puts you in a more mentally, prepared state. You also will desire more order and organization in your life. Decisions made now tend to be practical and well thought out. This evening, Mars enters Aries, where it will transit until March 31st. Mars feels at home in Aries as its ruler, and thus works especially well in the sign. Your energy feels spontaneous, forward-looking, and even courageous under this influence. Your competitive spirit is well developed, and your goal is to win! You feel active, single-minded, and confident. Your actions are direct and you want to find the fastest way to get from point A to point B. The shadow side of Mars in Aries is a tendency to be impatient, arrogant, impulsive, unreflective, and self-centered.
Life is not for the serious; for the serious is the grave. Life is for those who are festive, who know how to celebrate.
Today take the lesson from Professor Lupin about transforming Boggarts in the class at Hogwarts. Take what you are the most afraid of and making a joke out of it. This is such a healthy metaphor that all of us can use on a daily level. Sometimes I look at my situation from the place of being above my life watching it as my angels and guides might see it. I look at my drama and my reaction to things with a sense of love and compassion, mixed with a touch of humor. Taking a situation and turning it around is an art. It takes intelligence and the willingness to be alert to a more objective overview pattern. If you could really look at yourself, you just might laugh. Not at the suffering but the perpetual reactiveness and suffering that that reaction causes you. When you can see that your state and your patterns of response are compounding the suffering rather than releasing it, you might just want to do something different.