An inventor experimenting
This universal idea is best expressed through planets in
13th degree of Scorpio (12° - 13°)
SEEING HOW EVERYTHING CONNECTS
The counter-intuitive discovery that all things are interconnected is made available only to those who seek knowledge
As a species we are driven towards greater and greater achievements as our curiosity pursues knowledge. The knowledge is not only ‘how’ but also ‘why’ - our experiments are both material and philosophical as we try to discover the meaning of life.
AN INVENTOR PERFORMS A LABORATORY EXPERIMENT
An inventor performs a laboratory experiment
Nothing we ever encounter is beyond our ability to deal with
In order to secure independence from others, it is necessary to become much more self-dependent. In fact, until we do so, it is unlikely that we’ll discover our hidden assets of ingenuity and resourcefulness, and thereby gain unlimited access to freedom of self-expression.
When confronted with puzzles, the mind, and its versatile intellect, delights in the exploration of options and possibilities. The greater the effort expended in finding solutions, the greater the joy.
Taken to a deeper level, we can apply the quicksilver mind to a particular area of life and creatively develop a special niche for ourselves to achieve social value. All of our situations are puzzles to solve, and the solution to each is, eventually, evidenced by a feeling of happiness.
By this process, greater accomplishments than we imagined will be within reach, although of course there is always the proviso that a serious degree of application must be presented to the task in hand.
We come to understand that this technique is useful in each and every aspect of life. The mind truly is able to come to grips with anything and find a new perspective and a constructive response. Nothing we ever encounter is beyond our ability to deal with.
When taken to a committed level of interaction, the contribution we have to offer is entirely unique – and, in the context of the specific place and time in which we operate, that makes us special and important.
There is a constant danger that we give in to a sense of complacency and indulge a feeling of helplessness or being overwhelmed, deferring our dreams of creativity to a later occasion. The remedy for this is to put aside fears and expectations of failure, trust in our undiscovered talents, and enjoy the spontaneity of mind – the prerequisite of genius.