Wise Advice From Pisces

I was talking to pal last night. She’s a Pisces and I was telling her how I was happy about pretty much everything at the moment.

“I guess it won’t last,” I said. “With that Saturn Neptune opposition happening…”

“Well just be careful. You don’t want to change your own mind. That happens, you know.”

“What do you mean?”

“Well something will feel good… you have no problems at all and next thing you know, everything has changed and you did it yourself.”

“Oh… I get it.” I thought of the two fishes swimming in opposite directions. “Don’t change directions.”

“Right. You don’t want to do that when things are good,” she said. “When you can help it, that is.”


Do you ever change your own mind when things are going well?

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Wise Advice From Pisces — 7 Comments

  1. I’m generally going in more than one direction at a time, all the time. Left right up down simultaneously. Or in very quick sequence. “Things going well”? Some last, some don’t. Ditto bad things. If I survive half-functional from one blink of an eye to the next, I’m doing well.

  2. I have a pretty big tendency to sabotage things when my life is going well, because I figure it’s better if *I* screw it up instead of waiting to (as I used to fervently believe would always happen) be screwed.

    I’m better now. 😉

  3. I have a fear of commitment with regards to friendship in at least a few ways, sometimes I’m intent on getting the “right friends in right places” so I can have my brand of fun and I am always unsatisfied. It’s hard to make a “deep friendship” with someone. What do you want to learn? Where do you want to go? Are you observing them or are you observing yourself? Sometimes when I learn something new about my friends it’s scary. I don’t really know what I’m pulling for in the two or so actual friendships I have. You were so right about Geminis sitting with a friend and talking but looking around as they talk expressly because they are wondering if there is anyone more interesting around. Or, not more interesting because you don’t necessarily want to leave your friend, you will just very easily migrate to another table to talk to someone else if it was your way. Someone said that my ideal of socializing with people is standing in a big crowd.

  4. Oh yes! I don’t trust it – like good things don’t last and we better be prepared. Or like you’re at your most susceptible when you’re oblivious.

    But I’ve tried to change that old habit; instead of wasting time being dour unneccessarily, I try to smell the roses and dope along without being dopey enough to egg on the universe.

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