Since we are under the influence of double Virgo, it seems like the time to talk about my perfect world…
In that world, everyone would listen deeply to one another. After some serious consideration, each would provide a reasonable answer, coming to a peaceful understanding. Conflict is always solved with ease.
It’s a world where money is shared within a fair structure. Those who came with extraordinary skills like being a doctor, an artist, a highly-skilled technician, or even an astrologer (just to mention a few) would be remunerated handsomely, in exchange for their willingness to then teach and share their wisdom and expertise to those next in line.
Education would be free. People would know their calling and begin studying with their mentors, teachers, and artisans from a very young age.
Every parent would know the destiny of their child and their natural interests before the age of 4, because the elders—the wise ones—could read the signs. They’d carry the responsibility to discern the interests of each child, revealed to them after knowing their charts and years of observing them play. Leadership and skill sets would be known and revealed, allowing the posturing and shared leadership in each community to show up without struggle.
The government would be an unveiling of power that occurred organically. We would know who the leaders were going to be from a very young age, so they could be trained and manicured to fit their natural roles.
In my perfect world, the Earth is worshiped. There is a natural law in place that says to give thanks for all that we are provided for. Everywhere, there is full abundant foliage, as described by the climates. We know how to produce gorgeous organic fruits, seeds, and vegetables that fall from the trees. It is obvious who was born to care for the world of agriculture; those same people know how to evolve, constantly evolving technology making us users of free energy, keeping in mind the balancing of the Earth herself.
Emotionally, people are trained at a young age how to argue, how to forgive, and most of all, how to accept the partners (relationships) that were meant for them. They can discern who is serving their growth and maturity. Even if a hard relationship arises (that you needed to go through), it would never end with abuse, abandonment or deception, because we all know that relationship is the greatest and most difficult facet of being human. Relationships end with consciousness and kindness. No one ever left a love affair with less love than what they came in with.
We would be trained at a young age to heal. Healing the heart is as easy as brushing your teeth. We all would know how and when to end an era with someone—it’s obvious—we learned that way back in elementary school.
In school, everyone would learn the basics. Children would learn according to their various learning styles, at different paces. Each student would grow up knowing their chart and how to be their unique self, from their point of view. Freedom of thought is encouraged and supported. Individuality is celebrated.
Everyone would grow up knowing that relationships have a shelf life—that is established right from the start of the relationship. Of course, if when the time comes that the contract was to end, if need be, you can renegotiate. It can continue–if you both agree there is more to learn and grow into. If you both don’t agree, it is called complete. No one feels sad when that time arrives. It is factual that everything is growing and shifting–we know that relationships change.
Love is always growing in this world. In fact, time ages love, just like a good wine. No matter what shape it turns into over time: intimate partners, friends, family, business, there is no jealousy or resistance.
Each year, your elders assess you. Until you became an elder (which is not determined by age—instead by wisdom), then you won’t need their feedback. Until then, they tell you: “Yes, you have had a great year, good job. You responded well to your assignments, with full commitment to all the destiny lines that were put in your wake.” Or if that is not true, they would provide the wisdom to change.
Follow through and consistency are the hallmarks of a life well lived. To stay the course is what Earth begs of humans.
The coolest thing is that the elders would teach that boredom—once at the level of mastery—does not exist. Nor does comparison. As you reach the highest realms of humanity, developed by your mentors, you can then smile, rest, and ultimately relax…enjoying a life that had produced meaning and fulfillment.
For those who were still struggling with the commitment to serve at the refined level they were seeking and couldn’t find yet, they would just keep moving on the karmic wheel, turning the corner toward higher and higher frequencies, guided by their elders.
This story occurs in my perfect life, where I live alone, inside my imagination. I have yet to find the address to this land of Utopia.
Do not let anyone tell you that Virgo does not have an imagination. Inside every sign is its opposite, waiting in the wings. Virgo meets and dances with Pisces. That was what inspired this newsletter: my imagination (Pisces) plus my ideas of perfection (Virgo).
During this new moon, stop time and go inside: What would perfect (double Virgo) mean to you?