Today I finally felt the urge to get out into the world again.
I went for my first bike ride to where my new job is going to be.
The place still a mess, painting to be done, etc. We had a nice chat (me and the owner) and I offered myself to give him a hand with all of that without being paid for it (he doesn’t have much money at the moment and is doing the whole thing by himself).
He is a really nice guy and I really feel that I could do with a new sense of mission, at least for now.
I’m thinking that perhaps the theory about the Gauquelin zones make sense to me. I have natal Saturn right there and I do feel that the planet features strongly in my psyche.
I find that I am pretty good at research and, in a funny way, I really enjoy the challenge of starting from zero and slowly building up.
I enjoy hard work.
I guess this is part of a signature in my chart as I also have natal Sun in the 10th house together with Mercury.
Something about the process of slowly, and steadily, earning respect and achieving mastery fascinates me.
I definitely want to pay more attention to planets in Gauquelin zone in my client’s charts.
One of the kids that I used to mind in London couple of years ago had a stellium in the 6th, near the DSC, and he definitely had talent with sports.
You get everyone you meet to confess all the details of their astrology (or enough to look everything up)?
You sound like you’d be at home in some Far East countryside, chopping wood and harvesting rice from the wet fields as you befriend the master of some house and his son (or daughter). I can hear the music and see a scene from Jet Li’s Fearless…
I have never heard of this Gauquelin zone.
Good on you for helping the guy out! It is good to work on a project just for the rewards of seeing the finished project and the satisfaction of knowing you have improved something.
There is a really good old book I read on The G zones called “The Wildman, the Earth and the Stars” by Daniel Lowrey who had done some more research into the zones.
It is written with guys in mind, but I extend it to all charts when I notice these zones.
Certainly worth a read if your interest is here.
Yes, definitely! Thank you for the tip, will check the book out ♡
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Thank you for dropping by my blog! You are such a natural connection! Wishing you a great weekend 🙂 Appreciating your topics and your delivery! xo Ka
Thank you so much! Yes, I felt the same when I read yours! ♡♡♡