HOW ASTROLOGY EXPLAINS TIGER WOOD'S EPIC GOLF GAME
On Thursday, (Aug. 20, 2015) Tiger Woods golfed his best round since 2013 and Astrology gives us the clues as to why.
The flailing professional golfer Tiger who has been in the woods ever since his 2009 sex scandal made an uncustomary stop at the Wyndham Championship golf tournament in Greensboro, N.C. a location he's been too good to play during the normal trajectory of his career.
Then out of the blue he pulls off a 6-under par. What went right in the heavens for the Golf Gods to tee off their blessings onto the Wood’s green?
First off, Virgo is important sign for Tiger. Jupiter the planet of good luck and good fortune is now making his way into the Virgo, the part of Tiger's chart that represents personal achievement. So hey, maybe the elusive swing he's been working on will start to pay off?
Second, given that Tiger is a Virgo rising Mercury is the planet the that most represents him. Mercury is teaming with Jupiter in this favorable part of the heavens lending even more roar to this golf cat's ascendance.
Lastly, the moon represents fame in astrology. This luminary was moving towards Tiger’s Uranus, the planet of the wham-bam unexpected…and no not flatulence!
These three themes fit perfectly with Wood's winning scenario:
A. He’s never played the Greensboro tournament (unexpected) and
B. He wham-bammed to his best rounds in a long time…once again unexpected.
These favorable alignments put him back into the spotlight for what Tigers are best known for...no not Charlie Sheen's blood….Golf!
Look skyward THEN onward. Till next time.
Furniture is a term that Ms. Fliegler taught me back in my Hinkley High School Newspaper class days. Furniture comprises of the reoccurring content that give a specific publication its identity. It's Playboy's iconic and cultural relevant interview section, It's RollingStone's "100 Greatest of All Time" lists, It's Cosmo's quizzes. These are the things that not only does an audience love but they come back to for comfort. N.Y. Times wouldn't be N.Y. Times without their crossword puzzle.
Do you want to focus on brand messaging or do you want to supply your readers with a home away from home? If the latter is more your bag then start decorating your website, your blog your little digital haven with furniture.
This idea is more for folks who want to grow their space organically. Words have power and if you choose stern phrases like, "Find your target market" it will reflect in your content. On the other hand, you can choose to play to your strengths by giving people the comfort of the familiar by offering regular features on your blog that they can look forward to.
If you look to your favorite magazines, newspaper and blogs for the furniture that most inspires you, you'll probably find that your space (blog) has been borrowing furniture from them all along. That's a good thing. That means you're one less step away from uncovering it and allowing others to take a seat.
I'm an astrologer so one furniture feature I could offer is a Sun Sign column BUT it would be more creative if I offered "The Astrology of Pop Songs." Currently I write a "Why Astrology" series.
Ms. Fleigler calls it furniture. Psychologists calls it a schema. I call it organic. Think of the ways you mentally organize the things you love and set them up as furniture features in your blog. It's a fun way to make your readers comfortable.
We all need external validation that's never going to go away. Nobody here is or should pretend to be an enlightened human being who doesn't care about worldly things. We do. That said, relationships are hard. As I started taking clients here in Los Angeles it was the NO. 1 issue everyone wanted to address. Hands down it's not even close, relationships are on everyone's mind. Are you destined to be alone? The cards can be used to tell you your fate BUT why not use them to problem solve? Why not use them to understand your plight a little more and figure out ways be in a healthy relationship to what is? It's OK to get frustrated about relationships. I won't judge you for asking questions like these. I understand this frustration. I'm here to listen and use divination to help you maneuver through the darkness. BUT before you tempt fate in a consultation by asking "Will I ever get married?" why not use Astrology and/or Tarot to gain some context about what's going on? That way you can gain clarity and take actions that will lead you the best outcomes possible through your doings and not through your worryings. Ultimately the choice is yours on how you want to consult the oracle. I'll be here as a heart centered mediator to objectively advise you on what I see given your questions and your needs. And I'd be happy to have you :)
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