Sabian Symbols: The dawn of a new day everything changed
This universal idea is best expressed through planets in
Libra 3 (2° - 3°)
REFORMULATION OF ETERNAL ENERGY
Every breath is another beginning to yet
another unique expression of life
"Every moment is unique and profound"
A person who has gained awareness of the ideal and knows fully and clearly where is their powerful, unassailable centre is inevitably the major creative force in their own lives. Just by being who they are they initiate significant creative changes in their world. It is quite simply a journey from where we are to where we are going without constraints about which route to take or how long we have to make it. We make it all up as we go along.
THE DAWN OF A NEW DAY REVEALS EVERYTHING CHANGED
The dawn of a new day reveals everything changed
Our choices define us, and options to re-invent ourselves occur each day
We are all strongly motivated by an irresistible urge within us to find ultimate self-dependence – to be exactly who we are regardless of external forces. In consequence, we need to blaze a path through life that enables each personal characteristic of self-hood to emerge and shine out.
Every day, the dawn comes, and everything has changed again. Similarly, we must re-invent ourselves in each moment in a constant renewal of the opportunity and requirement for innovation.
It is good, therefore, that our appetite for experiment is insatiable, since innovation requires trial and error and we love it, not only for its own sake, but because all of our experience is feedback that promotes greater knowledge.
Through this trial-and-error process, and this alone, we are able to continue unending further self-discovery in an adventurous range of human experience – whether gained in exciting new scenarios, or by deepening and making more subtle our awareness of the wealth of possibility within daily routines and rhythms.
Over time, despite the kaleidoscopic variation of character traits, and the thoroughness with which we attempt to present ourselves, we come to discover a personal consistency in the recurrent theme of how we are. This gives a clear, unambiguous statement of who we are, made known by our choices and attitudes.
Even in the most trivial of matters, there is real challenge for us to work out our best response – the appropriate choices we need to make that define us. They arise frequently and often unexpectedly, and trigger unconscious reactions or conscious responses.
The range of possibilities is without limit – even in our everyday affairs we have an infinite flexibility of options to be whatever we want to be. Yet if we do not exercise our options with awareness, we slip into a rut of sameness that can become more like a yoke or prison. Although free will is our gift and birthright, we must claim it by exercising it repeatedly from beginning to end. This requires energy, focus and will.