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Pisces Karma

Ed Kluska’s Astrology Newsletter

With the Sun nearing the end of Pisces, and entering Aries this coming Monday, the Vernal Equinox, it’s a good time to review the karma related to Pisces as described in the excerpt below from one of my inexpensive computerized astrology reports you can order by clicking the “Services” tab at the top of my website.

“The flowering of compassion through your ability to merge on a feeling level and to empathize with all, is a key theme for you in this lifetime. This propensity to share others' emotional experience has both its blessings and its deficits. At your finest you have a deeply-felt understanding of human nature which goes beyond words or intellect, and which enables you to forgive others' misdeeds and make allowances for their weaknesses.

You are acutely aware of others' pain, including the emotional wounds and brokenness they carry within, and your ability to listen with an understanding heart and to unconditionally accept people as they are can be a healing influence in their lives. You are inclined to exclude nobody. At a deep level, you feel and know your oneness with all creatures, and thus every snail in the garden or stray cat is part of your "heart's family.”

However, this same all-embracing emotional/psychic openness and receptivity can be the source of some of your greatest challenges in life. It is easy for you to become overwhelmed by the world and its sorrows, and to seek some form of escape from it and from your own extreme sensitivity; for instance, over using drugs or alcohol or even food to alter your mood, or retreating from life into the unreal world of television or other diversions. You may simply withdraw into your own private fantasies to avoid confronting the challenges in the physical world.

At its worst this tendency can devolve into evasiveness and playing ostrich about important issues in your life. While your imagination and your sensitivity are the wellspring of some of your richest experiences and gifts, if over indulged you may become passive, ineffectual, lost, or confused.

Especially when young, you may lack a strong sense of self, of definition and identity, because on a feeling level you identify with others so easily. It can be difficult for you to separate yourself, to know what your boundaries are, when to say no or how to stand up for your own personal interests. Since you are not narrowly focused on self, others may take advantage of your natural generosity and sympathy. Learning and incorporating the concepts of discrimination and clear judgment will enable you to give of yourself in ways that are healthy for you and the ones you are giving to.

Part of your soul development in this lifetime also must do with taking what others discard and fixing, saving, or redeeming it in some way. This could take many forms, from repairing and recycling old "junk,” to working with people who are disadvantaged, such as, the misfits, outcasts, sick, weak, poor, or disabled in our society.

This urge to fix what is broken, to heal and to make whole again has, once again, a light and a dark side to it - the dark side being that you could easily become a martyr, sacrificing yourself for the supposed benefit of another while drawing in trouble yourself. However, if you learn self-responsibility, your gift for healing or putting things back together again can be fulfilling to you as well as benefit many others.

At times, you may feel that you do not belong in this world for you are so attuned to the nonphysical, intangible world of feeling and of the soul. An underlying sense of "cosmic homesickness" and a yearning for the peace and completion of the beyond may be ever present with you. This can lead you to become lackadaisical, wasteful, or out of touch with the material world.

However, attuning to this inner or trans-personal realm, and bringing back its gifts to share in this one, is your challenge. Music or art may be your vehicle. You could develop your psychic sensitivity to help guide and teach others, or simply live your life in a way that expresses and honors your larger vision and your compassion.”

What is your karma and purpose in life?

Contact me to schedule a personal consultation so we can plan your future and you can know more about your relationships, career, education, finances, children, parents, travel, health, location, retirement, karma, and any issues in your life.

Ed Kluska

B.S. Physics

M.S. Psychology

C.A. Certified Astrologer

Meditation Teacher

46 Years in Practice

545 Ludlow Ave

Cincinnati, OH 45220


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