Mercury is in Scorpio and maybe that’s affecting my thinking and reflection at the moment. This morning I was ruminating over my lousy ‘A’ level results at school. In the UK if you stayed on at school, most left at 16, you were in the sixth form from 16 to 18.
I studied English Lit., Geography (did not do ‘O’ level) and History. And for two years hard work whilst also enjoying my sporting interests I got enough grades to go to Polytechnic. My goal had been a good University. My choice of degree was business studies which was an ill suited path which covered economics, statistical maths, computer science and generally teaching me to be a cut throat entrepreneur and numbers person.
At 16-17 I thought that was the reasonable thing to do but no one, even careers advice from school and else where, never mentioned that my skills were more humanities based and my temperament more gentle that go getting.
The story is long tedious and convoluted and I will save you the spiel. But here I am. I can read and string some sentences with my mild dyslexia, have college diplomas yet am skilled in areas self taught and more to my natural inclinations.
My point the West needs to look to the East to guide its progeny. To have a natal astrology reading for an infant is invaluable. Take the time to study astrology if you are open minded enough and you’ll see it’s effectiveness. Also a reading from a clairvoyant with a good track record of guiding people can be very helpful for career guidance. There are many other intuitive methods neither am I ruling out plain old reasoning and common sense.
From an early age we could also include in the curriculum yoga and meditation to balance out competitive sports that seem to be the thing in the West, self-healing via Reiki, divination, meditation, Self-Enquiry etc. I know some freer thinking independent schools have employed these methods but it needs to be for every child. The model of producing little business people; my nephew has to wear a jacket, collar and tie to school and looks like he has stepped out of Wall Street, is dead But how many ‘make it’. Whilst my other nephew works whilst still at University in a supermarket amongst graduates. Enough graduate jobs are just not here in the UK and have not been for 30 years I can attest to that.
This has to stop! Young people deserve to enter an adult life which has meaning and fulfilment not slavedom to big corp. and its hierarchical nonsense. Rant over. 🙂
Let’s not allow our youth to stumble too much to find the right path, we were all born with innate skills from past lives and with skilful higher senses we can guide them in a productive direction to become compassionate and fulfilled citizens of a brighter future where co-operation and environmental and other species respect replaces the attitude of me first and f**k everyone and everything else.