A Key Which Is a Door? (Starshine Show Episode 24)

The story our mind makes when something opens to us, a vista, or a vision, a memory. We remember.

And as we do, we dream ahead into what is possible with what we go back now to collect… some series of experiences that attempt to tie our experience of reality to our understanding of it.

Stay Open, Stay Open. Stay Open & Begin Practically (Starshine Show Episode 22)

Our New Moon at 21 Taurus only asks us to begin, deliberately, definitively, with a light heart and a quick wit. With the embrace of pleasure for its own sake, and perhaps a bold move because now, you find, it really is time.

Actually What Comes to Mind is Being Provoked. (Starshine Show Episode 20)

Being provoked and using that provocation to tell you something about your hotspots, rather than letting yourself be drawn into situations that you know are not what you want. Respond, don’t react.
Give yourself time to breathe and sit, with whatever is happening for you…

Hope is Like a Road in the Country… (Starshine Show Episode 19)

The Sun, Chiron, and Venus are together: only authenticity, only originality, and they manage a sextile to both Saturn and our Mars/North node. A kite takes shape. What happens moves the plot. Let’s not begrudge the second act of our play it’s defining characteristics.

Suppose We Come Apart, and Suppose That We Continue to Live. (Starshine Show Episode 15)

Experimental, direct, accidental, unmediated, we are all of it: fluid, in some cases unfocused, unsure, at a juncture that is no longer a crossroads, but more of a cross section. It’s an entanglement, a multiplicity.

At Some Point, and That Point is Now, We Will Have to Jump. (Starshine Show Episode 14)

A situation is forced to the breaking point: a death, a bomb, an explosion, a fight, an accident, whatever the ending is, that this beginning forces, you will find yourself in new territory, under new pressures even if you didn’t make the choice yourself!

What Happens Next Will Blow your Tits Clean Off (Starshine Show Episode 9)

The sky of the Full Moon in Taurus is so stark as to look plainly and simply mechanical. A metronome that only tics one way, a wind up clock that takes us into a time we seem to be avoiding.