Sunday, November 16, 2008

Art Blog: Note from the Universe

"November 16, 2008
Feeling Stuck And Frustrated
Virgo Daily Horoscope

Today you may be feeling blocked, as if you’ve reached a brick wall in your path. You may be feeling frustrated that your plans are taking longer than you hoped, and you may be feeling stuck. Perhaps the universe needs you to stop and wait for the other details to fall into place. You may also need to redirect some aspect of your plan, which would take you around the wall. To find the right answer for you, go within and consider all aspects with the input from your intuition, your heart, and your mind. Then release it all to the wisdom of the universe. The only answers the universe gives are “yes,” “not now,” and “I have something better for you.” Listen to discover which answer is yours today.

Sometimes our frustration gives us energy to pursue avenues we would not have otherwise. In seeking ways to make use of this downtime, we may find something we had missed. We may need to reach out for the help of others rather than try to do it all ourselves, or we may be learning the lessons of patience and endurance. No time is ever wasted, no effort is useless, all experiences are meaningful and lead you to the best possible outcome. By going within to examine your frustrations, you harness your power through your connection with the universe, and all that is yours will come to you.

What do you think?"

What do I think? I think OK. If you say so.


(Credit: S. L. Snowden)

The Virgo cluster is relatively nearby at a distance of 16 megaparsecs (52.2 million light-years). The bright and extensive emission in the upper right of the image originates from and extensive distribution of hot gas nearly 2.5 degrees in radius. For comparison, the full moon is 0.25 degrees in radius in the night sky. The cluster is centered on the galaxy M87. The bright extension of the emission to the upper left is centered on the galaxy M86. A number of other galaxies show up in the field as point sources. (Source: http://heasarc.nasa.gov/docs/rosat/gallery/clus_virgo.html)

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