The 2nd House – What is Mine, Mine, Mine

What is me, me, me is often defined by what is mine, mine, mine. While we are not necessarily what we have... what we have is something which we may use to define who we are - or who others are. Someone who owns and wears in public a Rolex watch is going to get... Continue Reading →

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The Rising Sign and 1st House – The Face of Me, me, me

Okay, let's try and do this a little less chaotically (if you happened to wander into my last post - How To (Probably NOT) Read Your Astrology Chart - you'll know what I mean by that). So what is a Rising sign (otherwise known as the Ascendant)? . . Well, it's basically the face you... Continue Reading →

How To (probably NOT) Read Your Astrology Chart

I love astrology, and I don't care if people think the subject is bullshit or even dangerous... The above statement is both true and untrue, and subject to fluctuations, subtleties, nuances, and complex twists and turns common amongst humans. . something I keep in mind when looking at other humans, hope those other humans keep... Continue Reading →

The Problems Encountered with Covert Narcissists

I just read a very interesting post - Facebook's Whores of Deception - about the problems encountered when joining a Support Group for Victims of Narcissists. The main problem being that the Support Group could be the vanity project (and source of narcissistic supply) of a Narcissist. If you think that a Narcissist couldn't possibly... Continue Reading →

Ambulance Chasers

As I write these words the ambulance has finally arrived. The 'ambulance chasers' in this story are the police and the firemen, both of whom called for an ambulance... and then had to wait for about an hour for it to arrive. It thus took well over those 37 minutes which the policeman said he... Continue Reading →

Who’s More Dangerous?

Alice Miller's work is a must read for anyone interested in child psychology, their child's or their own inner child's psychology, and how parenting affects the child, or how your parenting reflects your own childhood, and many variations on that theme. Her book - The Drama of the Gifted Child - is excellent and is... Continue Reading →

There is society, where none intrudes

The other day I did it. 'It' being going for a healthy walk into the heart of nature... I didn't quite reach the destination I had in mind - a beautiful lake in the middle of nowhere - because I went the wrong way and instead found myself in the midst of an eerie swamp... Continue Reading →

Shallow Waters Don’t Always Run Deep

Does your mind sing to you? Does it serenade your every movement? Does it give a theme tune to your thoughts? Does it play... with your emotions, reflecting how you're feeling in its choice of inner soundtrack? Does it give you music as you go about your daily this and that like a soundtrack to... Continue Reading →

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