Friday, 1 July 2011

July New Moon - Dream this evening

It is the New Moon this evening.

Time to let go of something that isn't working, or to set about new plans.

I should really let go of my housing campaigning stuff. It's not working, it's not having an effect.

At the same time though, my instinct won't allow me to quit. It wants me to head up the garden path and seek the fish on the bicycle, find the wand on the tree. Find and fight the Jabberwocky...

There's something I don't have much of anymore and maybe you don't have much of it either so here's Cainer's horoscope reading. It might be what you need to read too, regardless of which star sign you are!

Happy New Moon!

Confidence. It's a wonderful thing. If you need some, just go to the confidence shop. They can supply plenty and all you have to do is ask... confidently! It's funny how when we feel good, everything seems easy. And when we feel bad, nothing seems right. Well, I say it's funny but I don't suppose I mean that. It's not really funny at all. It's exasperating. But how do you turn a compromising situation, into an inspiring one? Actually, you go to the confidence shop and, if you can't ask with strength, ask with humility!

6 comments:

Rachel Faith said...

The confidence shop! Genius...where is it?

Stigmum said...

Not entirely sure.. within oneself methinks, but could be wrong, so defo need The Confidence Shop!! Genius, as you say!

Mari's World said...

Sorry, I can't be doing with Cainer's horoscopes they just waffle on, give me a Mystic Meg anyday - concise, short and to the point. Nice to ahve cuaght up via Twitter

Stigmum said...

No need to apologise! Cainer somehow gets in right with me...bit freaky while mystic meg has told me some guy's gonna fall in love with me, or I'll make a pack of cash and meggie, I'm still waiting!!! Each to our own, but I do like to post some of the stuff that makes me stand back abit and go 'ooh me goodness!'

mum in meltdown said...

Oh I need a confidence shop near me...Please!! LOL

Stigmum said...

Me too! They should be as ubiquitous as the Golden Arches!