Excerpt from April 2018 Celestial Climate:
Kübler-Ross, who wrote about the five stages of grief and explored near-death experiences, was born into triplets and speaks to how invisible she felt early in life. One of her lessons was to discover who she was outside of the triplet dynamic. Kessler, an end-of-life specialist, writes brilliantly about roles and how we look to other people and our cultural background to define who we are. So often it is not until close to our deaths, when we discover our real identity.
Isn’t it up to us to know who we are if we want to lead good and happy lives? There may be strong reasons to play a role. My perspective is, if I choose to play a role, I better also have a good understanding of why and know who I am. In this way, my essence, my identity is not lost or hidden. So way before I die, I know myself and am delighted to have a most special, fully accepting relationship with myself.
- Use this Saturn Retrograde transition to not be frustrated by lack of motion or a possible, but not inevitable, crumbling life structure. Rejoice in the time to plan the rebuilding of you.
- Invite in Chiron to consider deeply who you are beyond the inevitable conditioning we all have out of necessity to live on this planet reasonably harmoniously.
- Dance in the dark at the New Moon in Aries, which is energized by Uranus and lends to the idea of a break-through or identity revolution.
- Awaken to who you are.
And, if it speaks to you, read the Book of the Month for more inspiration and learn the bottom line to the most important lesson of life is according to these authors. I’ll give you a hint. It starts with L. I doubt you will be surprised.