Cancer INTELLIGENCE Samples

Welcome! Here are some samples from your Cancer INTELLIGENCE readings.

From the RESET Audio Reading

From Walls, Doors and Bridges — the INTELLIGENCE Written Reading

One condition that surfaces a lot in our time of history, described by both astrology and cultural events, is the need for personal accountability, and some level of personal responsibility for our lives: what we feel, what we need, what we believe, what circumstances we place ourselves in, and what results we get.

When Chiron does the victim trip, it’s ugly. It is the essence of the “wounded healer” or in this case “wounded leader” aspect of Chiron. This need not be. Yet for it not to be, you will need to depart from the crowd and its obsession with blame, and projecting responsibility onto others.

So we could say here that the first element of Chiron’s leadership process is taking full charge of your healing process, and getting the help, the teaching, the support and the experience that you need. Chiron’s presence in the 10th is a calling that you will respond to, not something you would approach with ambition. If there is any aspiration in the equation, it’s about reaching for an ethical approach to fulfilling your role, serving the greatest good for all concerned.

This is not easy. There are issues that will take time, patience and resources to work out the right way rather than the simple, seemingly efficient way. Think of it like this: the top line of the chart — the 10th house cusp, in any form that it takes, in any kind of chart — represents a form of executive authority. And that is the very one thing in the world of the least concern to Chiron.

Chiron is more effective at informal leadership — the kind without the official title and door sign; the kind based on respect and communication ability. Ultimately, whether the context is formal or informal, Chiron leads through teaching and example, not through power. Yet when Chiron is present in this angle, there must be considerable attention paid to those levels of authority: a very high level of responsibility and of awareness of the human environment.

Speaking of: as I relate carefully in the Aries reference reading, Aries has been the scene of a technological takeover of personhood. Society has become a technocracy, with artificial “intelligence” (a form of synthetic stupidity) being applied to every facet of leadership. For every problem, there is a supposedly technical solution, not a human one. Your job is to ensure that the human level is your primary focus, and is always in the discussion. This is inconvenient; humans are messy. But the impact of technology is messier, particularly if it’s taken on the level of a god — which in our society, it is.

I just received an email from a reader, who described these technological “solutions” as “fragmentary mechanics of thinking and subsequent conflicting images, and which can never, ever understand and embrace the whole picture – the intimate, flowing wholeness of everything.”

Now, you might not want to say this in a job interview or at a staff meeting, but it’s something to keep in mind, or at least program into a reminder in your phone. Set an alarm for every 15 minutes, reminding you to honor the intimate, flowing wholeness of everything (perhaps use the “marimba” ring tone). This topic is not discussed enough. It came up in Book 3 of Conversations with God by Neale Donald Walsch, and I’ve quoted this passage frequently:

“As I have said, this isn’t the first time your civilization has been at this brink. I want to repeat this, because it is vital that you hear this. Once before on your planet, the technology you developed was far greater than your ability to use it responsibly. You are approaching the same point in human history again. It is vitally important that you understand this. Your present technology is threatening to outstrip your ability to use it wisely. Your society is on the verge of becoming a product of your technology rather than your technology being a product of your society. When a society becomes a product of its own technology, it destroys itself.”

So you can think of your role as being one who guides the sane use of technology in any context where you have a leadership role.

Chiron likes to run a meritocracy: those who learn and master skills, and who prove themselves to be dependable, get more responsibility.

One of Chiron’s purposes is to teach us how to be different — how to stand out. This is best done for a relevant purpose rather than for its own sake. Chiron is the rebel with a clue, a mission, an idea and an ideal.

Usually that concept is long in the development, so this transit is suggesting that you work with a story arc for what you want to accomplish. You learned from the Uranus-in-Aries era that quick hits are not your thing. They don’t accomplish much in our transient world.

When it’s not working well, Chiron’s 10th house presence can lead to needless conflicts with authority figures, corporations and governments. So you will want to mind your Ps and Qs where laws, rules, policies and regulations are concerned, and make sure you follow the minimal guidelines, and the very important ones — so that by this means, you can diverge from the rules in more relevant ways.

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