I like to call Neptune The Big Blur. It’s the planet associated with dreams states, fantasy, imagination, creativity and intuition. The downside of Neptune is confusion, lack of clarity or not seeing things clearly. It is related to substance-abuse and fleeing reality. Neptune can have us wearing rose-colored glasses.
Energy factor discrepancies can make or break a relationship. At first, it’s that one project or that one trip together or that one outing. We think it’s a question of preference. But when you take a deeper look, it’s a question of energy factor compatibility. And, by the same token, incompatibility.
I’ve been rethinking my use of the word manifestation for a while. I’ve know for a long time that the definitions are multiple and diverse. Maybe I’m the problem. Or at least the one who needs to find another word. As a writer, I can be insanely picky about finding the right word.
This conjunction can be summed up in 3 words: Warrior meets Rebel.
But how is creativity created? By doing the process. First that means just showing up. You aren’t going to crank out a masterpiece every day. But it’s important to give you craft attention because even if nothing is happening on the physical plane, your mind is thinking and developing.