Aquarius Horoscope for week of November 27, 2014
In her book Revolution from Within, Gloria Steinem offers a challenge: "Think of the times you have said: 'I can't write,' 'I can't paint,' 'I can't run,' 'I can't shout,' 'I can't dance,' 'I can't sing.'" That's your first assignment, Aquarius: Think of those times. Your second assignment is to write down other "I can't" statements you have made over the years. Assignment three is to objectively evaluate whether any of these "I can't" statements are literally true. If you find that some of them are not literally true, your fourth assignment is to actually do them. The coming weeks will be a favorable time to transform "I can't" into "I can."
What is the obvious secret you can't quite see? How could you turn your challenges into daily gifts for yourself? For clues to mysteries like these, tune in to your EXPANDED AUDIO HOROSCOPE.
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Most people associate innocence with naivete. Conventional wisdom regards it as belonging to children and fools and rookies who lack the sophistication or experience to know the tough truths about life.
But the Beauty and Truth Lab recognizes a different kind of innocence. It's based on an understanding that the world is always changing, and therefore deserves to be seen fresh every day. This alternative brand of innocence is fueled by an aggressive determination to keep clearing one's imagination of all preconceptions.
"Ignorance is not knowing anything and being attracted to the good," wrote Clarissa Pinkola Estes in Women Who Run with the Wolves. "Innocence is knowing everything and still being attracted to the good.