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Robert! I read every post, copy and study them. For how long now? Maybe ten years, I don't remember for sure. Anyway, one of the finest teaching resources I've ever encountered. Such a beautiful combination of caring and learning. Love, light and power to you....jo
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Hi, Robert! Happy Wesak full moon! Blessings for the coming year. jo
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What a gift! A roadmap for the balance of the year. Jupiter is the hierarchical ruler of my rising sign. If not now, when? Blessings, Robert, and many thanks. jo
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Yo! Robert. One of your outstanding essays. Thanks so much!
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Hi, Robert. Just wanted to say thank you. There's a lot to take in, but great to have the overall picture of 2021.
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Hi, Robert.. Our long dark night is over...well almost. It took years to get to where we are; it will take a few more to turn in a new direction. We've embarked on no less than a paradigm shift and have just begun to turn the cumbersome bus of world society in a new direction. For that reason, 2021 is going to feel a lot like 2020. It's as though the flood tide has subsided and is running out with the same issues contending for primacy. Still, the tide of healing is here. We've all had a shattering experience. Icons we've held dear have tumbled down. We're rebuilding. Experimenting with what will work, tossing what no longer works. Individually and collectively we'll begin to coalesce around changing ideas, heal in body and soul. Anticipate the arrival of a new charismatic leader for both inner and outer expression. One by one, each of us has likely begun an interior core shattering. Even more likely, the majority of us will discover this happening for months to come as we learn to live with Saturn and Jupiter in Aquarius, continue the Neptune collective unfolding in Pisces and the stirring Uranian changes in Taurus. And, yes, the shift has just begun with Pluto entering Aquarius three years from now for a 20 year visit. It's tremendously encouraging that many gifted individuals have been born since 1985 and arrive in increasing numbers every year. Combining intuitive awareness and ideas for healing in virtually every aspect of human endeavor, they carry the seeds of a future paradigm lasting into the coming Aquarian age. Thanks for the opportunity to share. I'm eager to see what others think. love and light, jo
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Enjoyed this article looking forward toward the next 200 years and beyond. Thanks.
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Robert, I'm so pleased that you are tackling this life and death schism in human thinking. I've been troubled for months that good, well meaning friends argue on both sides of the covid issue....my freedom and income vs the good of the whole. I finally concluded we all want to survive but our motivations vary according to what we value most. This makes me feel a bit more understanding. This week marks nine months of sheltering in place for me. Perhaps in six more months, we'll all have vaccinations, thank goodness. Thanks for all that you do for so many.
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Hi, Robert, Love this article, first because I've learned so much from you over the years... And second because I couldn't agree more. Like you, I find my clients are self selecting. Every one is an opportunity to learn on my part as well as one to be of help to someone else. So much so that I examine every interaction from the perspective of what is Spirit wanting me to learn this time? And so we all move forward together. Thanks!
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Dear Robert, I appreciate this look into the future. I'm always in a hurry for change and in truth it takes time to move mountains. Thanks again for the insights you share.
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Robert, I found this exceptionally subtle and helpful. Aspects of our identity are involved and it takes a while to realize something new is occurring. Thanks for opening a new door!
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I was twelve years old. I remember it all. In April, President Roosevelt died and the country mourned. On May 7, Germany surrendered and the Allied Forces found the concentration camps. Around the world, we grieved the death of millions. On August 6, the United States bombed Hiroshima. On August 9, the United States bombed Nagasaki. We grieved the loss of hundreds of thousands of lives. On August 14 the war came to an end (although officially declared on September 2). I listened to the broadcast of the Japanese surrender ceremony aboard the U.S.S. Missouri in the mid-Pacific. I remember them all; I remember crying then. And now I try to imagine how we and the world sustained all the death and loss. Seventy five years later, that year is burned into my memory. I still grieve.
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Gosh, Robert, you could not be more accurate. What a nice relief to find the corroboration and support this post offers. Training under live fire and learning not to be afraid on the battlefield of Life. Training in order to be ready for what's on the horizon, as well. Another salute to you. love, jo
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Robert, just a note to say thank you for this post. With Saturn squaring Mars between now and the new year, this is a timely article from which we all can learn. Your definition of initiation as challenge proved a helpful new way of evaluation of one's point on the spiritual journey. Many blessings, jo
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