Valid during many months: This influence provides a great opportunity for taking a good look at certain sore points in your past. We all suffer from various incurable wounds, most of
which were inflicted early in life and are so painful because they have no meaning. A typical example of this would be a child trying to act as go-between during a heated argument between
its parents. The child wants to negotiate, arbitrate, comfort or pacify even when the situation is hopeless. How quickly the good intentions, and the love of a child for its parents, are
countered with hurtful words or worse, when actually the child has nothing to do with it! Feelings of inferiority, particularly with regard to one's own body and sexuality, can often be
traced back to early experiences of, mostly unintended, rejection, dismissal or injury.
Such wounds do not heal, even with time. Instead they start hurting again, given certain "weather conditions" or influences. If this occurs, subconsciously we will withdraw into
ourselves in interpersonal situations, or be oversensitive and react in a hurt manner without apparent reason. At worst we ourselves become particularly hurtful, without actually wanting
to, perhaps without even being aware of it.
However, if the weather is fair, as it is during this time, you have the opportunity to bring these painful things to light. This involves not only a personal conversation with your
partner, a therapist, astrologer or other adviser whom you trust, but also great bravery and ruthless honesty. Probing each painful experience in this way will not reduce the pain and
senselessness of your wound, but you can be freer in your behavior, your close relationships, and in your relation with your body - and prevent yourself from hurting others.