Leo 3. Walking down the street, a man passes his double. (Omega Symbol) Manifesting/Receptive
(Degree Angel: Hahasiah (he-HA-see-Yah) No Guilt, Universal Medicine)
TITLE: A WILLINGNESS TO GO EVERYWHERE AND ANYWHERE IN SEARCH OF THE SELF
You’re pulled in may directions. If you jump around from one thing to another too much you may be entertained for awhile, and will maybe elude temporarily what your deep inner self knows it has to do. You need to keep asking yourself, “why am I focusing on this?” You goal is to rein in your curiosity and continually come back to what is important.
The Chandra Symbol for this degree is “A rickshaw.” Loving to run here, run there. It can be a means of connecting and synthesizing all into increasing patterns of harmony and progress – if you allow your intuition to guide you where to go next, or it can be just a lot of scrambling around in a desperate effort to avoid those things you really need to look at, and those places ou really need to go.
Pleiadian Symbol: A female priestess having her head shaved. The overcoming of outer and superficial forms of self-expression.
Azoth Symbol: A man teaching the practical application of spiritual principles. Abstractions used to produce concrete results as a means of channeling the energy of the higher self into physical reality.
Seed degree: Aries 29. A woman immersed in healing mud. (Omega Symbol). Deep union with the realm of physical reality we come into an acutely heightened self-awareness.
Dr. Jekyll drinks the potion. (Chandra Symbol). A willingness to experiment, to embark on adventures, and to encounter our shadow self frees up our energy to move and to connect us with a host of destinations.
Fulfillment degree: Gemini 11. Rain falling on the ocean (Omega Symbol). An acute awareness of ourselves in all our uniqueness and distinctivenss helps us to realize eventually how alike we are to each other, and all a part of the vast see of our consciousness.
A stag with golden horns (Chandra Symbol). Going so many places in search of so many things we find, among so much that is mundane, that which is cosmic, exalted, and sublime.
Walking down the street I saw myself ignoring myself. The other me glanced at me quickly and hurried away, fearing, probably, that I’d ask him some too personal question that would make him uncomfortable, or criticize his clothing, which would have been strange, since it was identical to my own.
I might stalk myself, and finding out where I live, wait until I might catch myself coming or going. I wish he wouldn’t fear me so – I only want to ask if he remembers me from the past.