On September 6, 2023

Cosmic Catalogue: Take the first step

 

This week, you may catch a glimpse of how life is changing. How you may be able to move forward, at long last, about something that has hurt your heart or made you revaluate everything. Just when you may think all hope is gone, a piece of news or information changes everything. This isn’t to say that everything is back to normal, because it isn’t, but the intel that may arrive can help you make a choice or regain power in an unbalanced equation.

A powerful alignment between Mercury and the Sun can assure you with a level of certainty and clarity that you are on the right track. An important choice can be made. The way out is the way through, but the hardest obstacle—making the decision, is what gets the process in motion. Once the choice is made, execution becomes easy. You’ll be amazed by how the road rises up to meet you and the blessings you’ll receive along your journey. Clarity arrives when you take your first steps, not when you’re standing still. This week, as the road opens, you may not know where you’re going, but you know you can no longer be where you are.

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