Astrology Today: Oracle for Friday, February 28, 2014

Today’s Oracle takes us to the Aquarius weekly for June 18, 2004

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I would say we’re learning a lot when we don’t make the same mistakes three times. This is about where you’re at right now; twice feels like enough. The issue of life is that you have to make mistakes in order to get anything done; in anything that may succeed, there is a risk. The beauty of your current position is that you have so much experience — and you’re so willing to learn from it. This is teaching you a degree of faith that you can actually surrender to the part of yourself that knows what is right for you.

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One Response to Astrology Today: Oracle for Friday, February 28, 2014

  1. “The beauty of your current position is that you have so much experience — and you’re so willing to learn from it.”

    That’s a very elegant way of saying I’m unwilling to fuck things up the same way again. Let’s try doing something different this time.

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