July 2nd - July 6th

July 2nd - July 6th

written by: Jesse An Nichols George
by: Jesse An Nichols George
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July 2nd - July 6th

This is a great time to focus on learning. The mind is ready to absorb new things, explore new territory, bring in some fresh insights. The mind has a natural capacity at this time for science, technology, poetry, geometry, astronomy, astrology, and mathematics. It is during this time that we often find scientists and philosophers, and the great thinker within us, inspired.

As a result we can say this is a time of conscious expansion; where we have the opportunity to increase our understanding of how the universe works. Our wisdom becomes a natural protector; and our willing to explore outside of the box and into new realms naturally breaks down many challenges and obstacles. Those that have already stepped into their wisdom self; or gained a great deal of wisdom may find themselves teaching others.

The codes during these days ask us to not be too eager to act or set things in motion. Learn and explore; but then check out the information you are getting; give it some time to develop. This is because the codes are showing that this is a time where deception is abundant.

We can easily find at this time that many things are uncertain, or that things are not what they seem. Friends may turn out not to be friends, unexpected turns can happen. DO NOT give into peer pressure or let others create urgency upon you; for where there is urgency there is deception. Time always shows the truth; and right now, intentional or not intentional, people cannot be relied on.

Plans can shift last minute. The key is to not get too set on things. Don't expect things to go through, and be ok with shifting gears or changing course. Uncertainties can create anxiety; and thus leads people to operate impulsively and reactively. On the positive side, deception cannot hide during this time; so even if you don't like what comes up, you will at least know the truth of things and be able to release what doesn't work for you.

written by: Jesse An Nichols George

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