Valentine’s Day astro tea

Tara Greene,Tarot Reader, Astrology, Psychic

Here’s the astro tea for this romantic holiday. If you’re partnered up or single, or think this is an overcommercialized holiday and pay no attention whatever your relationships are or feel bad because you’re alone. Don’t fret. It’s only a day.

My husband and I are notorious for ignoring almost all commercialized holidays so we pay no attention to this one.

Personally, I’m more interested in the day after-February 15 which I was told was Nirvana Day, which sounds much more interesting to me. 

The Moon- the prevailing mood is in GEMINI the sign of duality, non-committal, airy-fairy, charming, chatty, never wants to grow up, a Peter Pan social butterfly. That could be good or bad depending on your tastes. Indicates going to lots of places and lots of texting and talking and keeping things LITE. You may wish you were with someone else of course with a Gemini Moon. 

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Daily Words of the Buddha for February 14, 2019

Pāli Word a Day for February 14, 2019 — niyyāna — going out of saṃsāra, departure, way out, release, deliverance

Pāpañce puriso kayirā,
na naṃ kayirā punappunaṃ.
Na tamhi chandaṃ kayirātha,
dukkho pāpassa uccayo.

Should a person commit evil,
let one not do it again and again.
Let one not find pleasure therein,
for painful is the accumulation of evil.

Dhammapada 9.117
The Dhammapada: The Buddha’s Path of Wisdom, translated from Pāli by Acharya Buddharakkhita

Health and Food || 50 Years Ago, The Sugar Industry Paid Researchers To Blame Everything on Fats

In the 1960s, the sugar industry quietly funded research that blamed fats for all the diseases we now know sugar causes The sugar industry secretly funded a famous study blaming fats for coronary heart disease, while downplaying the role of sugar, researchers discovered last year while digging through old records. […]

Source: 50 Years Ago, The Sugar Industry Paid Researchers To Blame Everything on Fats

Discover your Celtic Tree Zodiac Sign & what it Means

Not everyone resonates with the characteristics set out in traditional Western Zodiac signs.

Fortunately, there is another way of discovering more about personalities and behaviours than simply looking at constellations.

The Celts hold an ancient belief that we all derive from trees, and our date of birth is interconnected with the qualities found in nature. They say that the season we were born in is pivotal to the formation of our individual tendencies and traits.  […]

Source: Discover your Celtic Tree Zodiac Sign & what it Means.

Health and Food || Cancer-Linked Glyphosate Found In Cheerios, Doritos, Oreos, and More

General Mills’ Cheerios are one of the first solid foods many parents feed to their children. They’re small, convenient and easy to chew — and there’s even a section on the Cheerios website for “new parents who have invited … original Cheerios to introduce their children to finger foods.”1  […]

Source: Cancer-Linked Glyphosate Found In Cheerios, Doritos, Oreos, and More

Musings …

“You must remember that you are never alone, even if you feel abandoned and misunderstood by family and friends. You have spirit guides who are there for you every step of the way. They are loyal friends who shower you with unconditional love even when you don’t hear or follow their advice. They are the best friends you will ever have, and you only need to sit quietly in meditation to feel their presence and hear their guidance.” — Garnet Michael Schulhauser, Dance of Eternal Rapture

Daily Words of the Buddha for February 13, 2019

Pāli Word a Day for February 13, 2019 — parittāṇa — protection, shelter, refuge, safeguard, safety

Yo ca vassasataṃ jīve
apassaṃ udayabbayaṃ
ekāhaṃ jīvitaṃ seyyo
passato udayabbayaṃ.

Better it is to live one day
seeing the rise and fall of things
than to live a hundred years
without ever seeing the rise and fall of things.

Dhammapada 8.113
The Dhammapada: The Buddha’s Path of Wisdom, translated from Pāli by Acharya Buddharakkhita

Hau’ōli aloha Pō’akōlu

Aloha a me ka maikāʻi oʻ kā kākahiāka, ī nā mea a pau ʻia ‘ōukōu kanaka a maikāʻi.  Kākou nō ma ka hānā hebedoma hapalua ʻala.  Mālāma nēʻe īmua, hula manāwa ʻua ʻaneane ʻaneʻi. Ī kā maikāʻi ‘o kā lā. Nūi ke aloha.

Hello and good morning to all you good people.  We are half way through the work week.  Keep moving forward, play time is almost here.  Have a beautiful day.

No Coffee, Astrology guidance

Tara Greene,Tarot Reader, Astrology, Psychic

Feb 12 The Mars/Uranus conjunction is later today in PDT/ Feb 13 EST and GMT at the last degree of ARIES. This is high-octane angry aggressive chaotic energy. NO COFFEE FOR YOU.

posiitve fire power Astrology Tara Greene charcoal drawing with acrylic and oil paint on wood by Napoleon Brousseau

At the same time, we are feeling CHIRON the wounded healer also at the 29th degree of the last degree of the entire Zodiac in PISCES. We are in the last 6 days of Chiron in Pisces and I am feeling the pressure of it all acutely except that it ain’t cute. How are you all doing?

Chiron is in sextile still to the SOUTH NODE in CAPRICORN @ 25 degrees. These 2 create a 3rd point a Finger of God or YOD aspect to 25-29 degrees LEO.

The famous American Solar Eclipse of August 21 2017 was at 29 Leo. Eclipses radiate a shadow trigger anytime…

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Lāʻau Lāpaʻau || Hydrogen Peroxide Can Clear Ear Infections and Remove Ear Wax – Here’s How to Use it 

Many of us keep a bottle of hydrogen peroxide in the household remedy kit. According to HealthLine: “Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) is a clear, colorless, odorless liquid. It’s a combination of hydrogen and oxygen and is available in many strengths (indicated by the percentage of dilution with water). One dilution of hydrogen peroxide is 35 percent […]

Source: Hydrogen Peroxide Can Clear Ear Infections and Remove Ear Wax – Here’s How to Use it – Healthy Food House

Daily Words of the Buddha for February 12, 2019

Pāli Word a Day for February 12, 2019 — tulita — weighed, estimated, compared, gauged, considered

Yo ca vassasataṃ jīve
dussīlo asamāhito
ekāhaṃ jīvitaṃ seyyo
sīlavantassa jhāyino.

Better it is to live
one day virtuous and meditative
than to live a hundred years
immoral and uncontrolled.

Dhammapada 8.110
The Dhammapada: The Buddha’s Path of Wisdom, translated from Pāli by Acharya Buddharakkhita

The Pagan Origins of Valentine’s Day:  What They Never Told You

I recently discovered some interesting facts about Valentine’s Day’s history. You are going to be surprised: this apparently commercial and consumerism-oriented holiday takes its roots from a very old pagan festival. It used to be celebrated by the ancient Romans under the name of Lupercalia.  […]

Source: The Pagan Origins of Valentine’s Day: What They Never Told You