Saturn Aquarius

Saturn Enters Aquarius

(March 21–22, 2020)

Bill Attride

The Test of Responsibility, to the Test of Social Consciousness

The Lord of Reality is moving from Capricorn into Aquarius this year. Saturn will make the first transition on March 21–22, it will retrograde back into Capricorn on July 1, and re-enter Aquarius on December 17 where it will remain until March 2023.

For more than two years with Saturn in Capricorn, we were given the opportunity, by encountering various challenges, to understand how we must strive to improve the fulfillment of our responsibilities. It is by these “Hierarchies of Obligations” that we meet and fulfill one another’s needs which are rooted in the various positions we hold in our lives. Whether as a parent or child, as a teacher or student, as an employer or worker, we were being tested to reexamine our understanding and exercise of our roles and duties towards one another.

But for the next couple of years, you will face the next step in your spiritual evolution as held in the Sign of Aquarius. Whereas Capricorn concerns the fulfillment you achieve by maintaining the “World that Is”, (what your ancestors passed on to you), Saturn in Aquarius demands that you turn around; it shines a light upon the path so that you will consider what comes next, to imagine what your future will be, and most importantly and lovingly, to do this with careful and selfless regard as to what will you pass on to your children, and to their children, and for all who come after you.

Saturn in Aquarius reminds you that it is not enough to preserve and maintain what has been; Aquarius is about the future that you are making for you and for those who come after you. We humans are dreamers; we are the “Imagineers of Earth”. We are here to constantly remake ourselves and our world. And now you must ask, what kind of world shall it be?

Your challenge will always be to lift your vision higher, and you must strive to be ever more conscious and considerate, as you make a better you. But Saturn in Aquarius will remind you of this: That what you dream, and what you will make, must be framed and formed by all with whom you journey, by the truth that you are part of a host of souls who must make a better world together, and so you will remake one another and your world in such a way that it is better for one another, and for all of life on Earth too.

We humans dream of fulfillment, to be happy and live a life that is good; and, Saturn in Aquarius will remind you that your fulfillment and your happiness can only become a reality when it is also makes possible the fulfillment and happiness for one and for all.

This is the challenge of Saturn in Aquarius; it is the test of your Social Consciousness. And it challenges you to overcome one of your greatest illusions, your experience of being separate and apart from one another. In truth, from the beginning of your journey, and through life after life, you are formed by all who accompany you. Your experiences, your thoughts, your love and your wisdom, they are all formed by the countless moments you have shared with one another. You are all mixed up in one another, you are all made of one another; and your happiness and your fulfillment are made with one another too.

Saturn in Aquarius calls on all of us now; we must consider what kind of future we wish to make, what will be the legacy that we will pass down to those who come after.

Our challenge is to choose wisely. We must cherish and protect one another, but we can only do this if we make this possible for all life on this beautiful planet. This is our responsibility now, for we made this world as it is, and we are reaping what we have sown.

If we wish for a better world, for us and for those who come after, we must do what we have always done. We must come together, we Imagineers of Earth, and be the seeds of a better world for many, many years to come.

Bill Attride

More: The Path of Light

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A little bit of Heaven (162)

Triumphal Arch Bucharest

Bucharest was known as ‘Little Paris’ from as early as 1900, but wartime bombings and communism destroyed much of that image. Though, looking for those Parisian vibes, you find them out in the Old Town among architectural jewels of the buildings that imitate that grand style. 

Triumphal Arch comes to confirm that. It is a historical and architectural monument and was built in 1935 to commemorate the reunification of Romania in 1918.

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Cărturești Carusel

Pleasing your eye with its architecture, beautiful white columns and spiral staircases, and 1,000 square m “Cărturești Carusel” a bookstore in the Old Town is the biggest bookstore from Romania. In 2018 it was nominated for the Bookstore of The Year Award.

You can pass by for a quick tour and a cup of coffee or choosing among 10,000 books, handmade arts, and crafts.

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Your Wisdom of living a Happy life

Your Wisdom of living a Happy life

Each of us is looking for “a splash of happiness.” When we do not find it, we feel sad and disappointed, and consider ourselves unlucky and unloved. We blame our partners for we see them responsible for our unhappiness. We blame our parents for not bringing us up as we think they should have done. Even children are blamed for not being what we were not or how we want them to be. We try blaming everything around us. Do those things make us happier? Is it the wisdom of living a happy life?

In my opinion, we do all the blaming because

Man only likes to count his troubles; he doesn’t calculate his happiness.

― Fyodor Dostoevsky

Counting troubles

It is something we are taught to do. To live in fear of lack and blame everything around us, for nothing goes right for us. Yet, right for us is what the ego wants and how it wants it. 

When you love, you do not look for counting troubles. Loving, you see what is good and beautiful in everything. Then, You do not care so much about how our partner looks like, about his car and job. You see nothing that is not love.

You don’t love someone for their looks, their clothes, or for their fancy car, but because they sing a song only you can hear.

– Oscar Wilde

A heart is like a woman

You hear that song, for it comes from your heart.

The heart is like a woman, and the head is like a man, and although man is the head of a woman, the woman is the heart of man, and she turns man’s head because she turns his heart.

― Peter Kreeft

The woman’s heart touches a man’s heart, but a man is equipped with the power of will. That is also turned by a woman’s heart. It is because

When the wife loves her man, she feeds him with willpower.

Luule Viilma

În those couples where the woman hates the man, he becomes weak, without power, and vigor. He takes refuge in drinking, working hard and spending time away from his loved ones as much as possible. 

You can see that kind of man in the couples walking on the streets. The couples where the man keeps a distance from his wife. Or she keeps him so close to her as she is afraid he is going to do something that will make her unhappy. She has to control everything about him, including his breath … In those couples,  the man does everything his wife wants not because he loves her so much. He has had enough arguments with her. Now, he does not find his power of will to leave her or change himself.

Body language

Usually, looking into someone’s eyes you can see if that person is happy or not. Even from distance, you might “read” signs of happiness or unhappiness from someone’s body language.

Luule Viilma also says:

Look at your partner’s back and you can see your feelings. “If his back is straight, powerful, beautiful and exciting, it is because of your love. If the back is bent, weak and sick, this means that his wife does not love him enough.”

He is not happy for you are not happy. If you are not happy he is not happy. It is like a circle and you can break it changing the way you live. You can follow your wisdom. It belongs to your heart and following that you are happy and make happy people around you. Therefore, when you love, you know self-love and love for others.

Loving

Loving others is respecting and loving yourself and the human being you are.  How can you do it? 

Look into eyes and see the beauty eyes reflect. Love everything you look at.

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Loving people is not being in a specific relationship, as being alone is not being unable to love. 

My life taught me that is is not painful to be alone. It is a way you chose to know yourself. It is also a way of listening to the silence of your soul. Doing that you might find that you are the person you should believe in. Moreover, you owe your life to yourself. Should not you live it happy?

I have also been taught to go within to see what I feel. In the beginning, I found a lot of pain, for I was considering myself unworthy and imperfect. My inner child was afraid of making mistakes and looking to make everything perfect for not disappointing parents, relatives or friends. A child who had to learn that he is good and perfect as he is in his perfect imperfection. To understand that everyone makes mistakes for learning to live in this world. Moreover, I developed my defending system that silence is better than talking, and trying to be perfect might make me better than others. 

You truest wisdom

My life lessons have taught me that the wisdom of living happily is not in my external world. It is not in someone or something else. It is not in trying to be perfect, in suppressing ego, anger, and hatred. Understanding them, looking for their roots and following your heart, you can live a happy life.

I have been taught that

  • Everyone is born being worthy
  • Nobody is better or less good than anybody else. 
  • You can stand up for yourself 
  • You can Love yourself 
  • There is beauty everywhere.   
  • Love is all and everything is possible with love.

Following the wisdom of your heart, you can achieve your happiness. You only have to stick to love, for

A loving heart is the truest wisdom.

– Charles Dickens

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