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Tuesday July 15, 2003

Full Moon here we come and as usual this will be an unsettled time for everyone, even sending some folks a little crazy – or a lot! It is a time for you to get a clear separation in yourself between your male and female sides and the issues that attend to that. Many will of course deny the other part of themselves and so be either stridently male or female. Rather boring and pointless, and that is their version of madness, so I guess they are welcome to it – somewhere else.

🙂 IF dealt with well it is a very healing time for the male/female split and dichotomy so it is worth paying attention to what comes up for you. Look at whether you have devalued one or the other and seek to

get the value of both in balance and union.

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