Saturday, 30 April 2016

Looking Back to Move Forward

I have been tying myself up in knots for the last couple of days trying to analyse vedic (Jyotish) and western astrology charts to come up with some sort of direction for my 'career'.  It has taken me to the brink of despair discovering unfavourable things in my vedic chart.  I have neither the time, money or expertise to explore the vedic route any further but I am sure that the conclusions I formed wouldn't be so bad if seen in context with other information in my birth chart. 

Surrendering to trying to find out a career via those two conflicting systems I looked to the midheaven point at which I was born.  If I have my information correct, it seems that cancer is my midheaven point.  This stays the same whether I follow the vedic or western system.  For now I will let this new information be my guiding light.

Talking of looking to the past, I recently bought a collection of original  'Henry' cigarette cards from the 1930's.  I have no idea what I am going to do with them yet but I liked their humour and the colours used.  They are in great condition considering they were created around 80 years ago!

I like the back of the card stating that the cigarettes were less irritating to the throat than other cigarettes.   How times have changed!

6 comments:

KC'sCourt! said...

Great cards. Never seen them before
Julie xxxxxxx

greenrabbitdesigns said...

Wow, that all sounds much too complicated to me, take it as it comes Simone, that's what I think.
Love the cards!

V x

Ethel Johnson said...

Thanks for your good wishes...it's not too painful yet. Good luck with the career hunt, I say just follow your instinct.xx

Rosie said...

I hope you find what you are seeking Simone, I'm sure you will follow the right way. The cigarette cards are wonderful and so colourful, I'm sure you will find something creative to do with them:)

Optimistic Existentialist said...

I am wishing you the very best with the search...something tells me that you will find what you are looking for :)

Helen Philipps said...

I love these pictures Simone. The cards and the colours are wonderful. I hope you find what you are looking for.
Helen xox