Saturn approaching its exact square to Neptune
Ah the paradox of a wall. Are they erected to keep you safe or keep you at bay? Do they define and demarcate or limit and contain space? Do they serve to protect those who live within from the outside world, or protect those of us who live outside those limits from those who live within?!!!
Over time, do you vigorously invest energy into maintaining the wall, even if you don’t like it, just because it is there? Do you try to find ways to breech the walls, to peer inside or long to stand within its enclosed space, thinking that it is safe? Once inside, do you long to be outside again, regretting the effort devoted to scaling the wall?
And what happens once those walls start to crumble? Do you fear what lies within escaping, or do you rejoice and embrace what you have been prevented from experiencing? Do you try to build another wall or do you accept the decay, seeing the horizon from a new perspective? Do you become nostalgic and say “it was, after all, a GREAT wall!” or do you delight on the walls demise and dance on its rubble?
Strange to say, but your answers above will guide your consciousness in the days to come as your inner wall will serve to protect you from reaching your dreams; or will serve to guide, contain or structure your dreams. In turn your dream will help you dissolve the wall of fear that has prevented it from manifesting; or will drift, stagnant and unfulfilled, bouncing off those impervious walls.
The choice, as always, is yours.
As ever, we give thanks to the hugely talented Andrew Smith for his latest update.