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I saw a light romantic film called
Serendipity and in it the woman s ays
that in Greece, they don’t write obituaries
when someone dies; they just ask one
question, ‘Did the person have pa ssion? ’.
One friend said it represents risk, or,
taking things to another level, a dventure.
See the Magic
What about magic? Is that another wishy-
wa shy conc ept or something rea l and
tangible? Years ago, when Jupiter was last
in my sign, Libra , my favorite astrologer,
Jonathan Cainer, said that it was like having
a magician walk ahead of one, making the
way ea sy and wonderful. Who wouldn’t
want that! At the end of the year, he
wa rned us Librans not to despair at losing
such a helpful friend but to remember to
be our own magicia n. I have never for-
gotten that and try to live my life in that
belief. I always believe that things will
come out right in the end – and they
generally do. Try to see the magic in
ordinary, everyday things; look at the world
the way a child does or imagine seeing again
after years of blindness.
How dare we take the beauty of our
world for granted, or the daily gift of life?
A cousin in America sent me a great
email this week, of things learnt from
Noah’s A rk. My favorite is (of course !)
‘When you’re feeling stressed, float for
a while.’ I also like ‘Don’t listen to the
critics – just get on with the job’ and, finally,
‘No matter how hard things get, at the
end, there’s a lways a rainbow waiting.’
Learning is a lifetime’s oc cupation
and yes, we repeat many lessons as we go
a long. But we must never get impatient or
critical of ourselves, just start again and use
the ne wfound knowledge to do b etter, feel
better, relate better, live happier.
Jim rohn, the well known motivational
speaker and author, says these are the
four emotions that help us cha nge:
1. Disgust – when we’ve had enough of a
2. Desire for change
3. Decision to act
4. r esolve – promise yourself you’ ll never
This tip come s from a friend who heard
about it at a workshop she attended. If
you have a n issue to sort, decision to make
or problem that’s troubling you, wa lk
a round in a circle, clock wise , seven times ,
saying out loud what you’re dealing with.
I don’t know what’s suppos ed to happen
after you finish but I gather you feel
better, so give it a try. We’re a ll capable of
worrying but we need to remember that it’s
a le arned habit that serve s no purpose other
than to create more bad feeling so best to
unlearn it if it’s one of yours.
When you behave in undesirable ways ,
feel ‘upset’ or have physic al symptoms, a sk
yourself these questions :
• What am I doing to create this situation?
• Are my emotions helping or hurting me ?
• What am I telling myself?
• What are the facts?
• Am I exaggerating or distorting?
• Are there other explan ations ?
• How likely a re my worries?
• Whose problem is this rea lly?
• What have I got to learn from the situation?
• Am I failing to trust?
• Am I giving in to negative thoughts?
• Am I running into the future?
Why do we quarrel? Obviou sly because
we disagree with someone but there’s a
lot more to it than that. It can be about
us or the other person. I always suggest
to my clients that they try to come from
a true motive so when we find ourselve s
in conflict with others, it’s good to ask
‘Where is my anger really coming from? ’
Fighting in a positive way is al so import-
a nt. Yes, it IS possible! Dumping anger is
not acc eptable but e xpressing it is. One
of the main sources of disagreement is
differences. What we should do is learn
from our difference s inste ad of letting
them induce conflict. Differenc es bet-
ween people can actually be strengthen-
ing rather than weakening. So, the ne xt
time you feel like l a shing out, being defen sive
or standing on your pride, think twice and
then think again and stay calm.
remember to appreciate your daily
blessings and not find a whole lot to
criticise about your life which is rea lly
quite wonderful most of the time.
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