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The Wheel of 2011

The Wheel of 2011

The Libra Sun dominates the Fall sky, asking us to organize around the principle of “balance”.  There’s a danger of overheating, expecting too much of oneself and working too hard. This can lead to burnout, especially if you’re anticipating the future too much.

This Fall, don’t spend a lot of time on relationships–just let them be, whatever they are. However, people do tend to jump the right way in doing what’s necessary to repair or cement important relationships.

This is a very “catch-as-catch-can” time. Don’t put your energy into really futuristic scenarios. Just what’s see-able. Do what’s looming right in front of you and clearly important now.

One significant planetary aspect this Fall is Mars in Leo. It can foster generosity, but make people self-defensive and act egocentrically in splashy ways. Mainly, you have to watch your temper as it’s easily triggered. However, Mars in Leo helps mightily if you’re trying to get something done that demands you show up for yourself. It can also help you decisively step over your past and into a more fitting identity.

Outbursts and emotional releases  are likely as a person heals–do not judge them as indicative of anything but what is released as you (or others) change.

The psychic pictograph points to important innovations coming to our attention in December. An individual could be innovating in their own life, with more genius, order, and will than usual.

Elissa Heyman,  Psychic Counseling and Spiritual Healing, in person/by phone, Santa Fe, NM 87501, 505-982-3294. New website! www.elissaheyman.com


How to be at peace with yourself and others this Fall

The Wheel of 2011

The Wheel of 2011

The Libra Sun dominates the Fall sky, asking us to organize around the principle of “balance”.  There’s a danger of overheating, expecting too much of oneself and working too hard. This can lead to burnout, especially if you’re anticipating the future too much.

This Fall, don’t spend a lot of time on relationships–just let them be, whatever they are. However, people do tend to jump the right way in doing what’s necessary to repair or cement important relationships.

This is a very “catch-as-catch-can” time. Don’t put your energy into really futuristic scenarios. Just what’s see-able. Do what’s looming right in front of you and clearly important now.

One significant planetary aspect this Fall is Mars in Leo. It can foster generosity, but make people self-defensive and act egocentrically in splashy ways. Mainly, you have to watch your temper as it’s easily triggered. However, Mars in Leo helps mightily if you’re trying to get something done that demands you show up for yourself. It can also help you decisively step over your past and into a more fitting identity.

Outbursts and emotional releases  are likely as a person heals–do not judge them as indicative of anything but what is released as you (or others) change.

The psychic pictograph points to important innovations coming to our attention in December. An individual could be innovating in their own life, with more genius, order, and will than usual.

Elissa Heyman,  Psychic Counseling and Spiritual Healing, in person/by phone, Santa Fe, NM 87501, 505-982-3294. New website! www.elissaheyman.com

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The American Dream

The American Dream

(reprinted from the Examiner)  Like millions of Americans at this hour, and people all over the world, I am sick to my stomach at the pending execution today of Troy Davis, in a murder case where 7 of the 9   witnesses recanted their story, in which even the pope and an American president have pleaded for clemency. There is no way to relieve this sickening feeling but express myself, and coincidentally the Examiner has suggested that this month’s theme be The American Dream.

I had my first patriotic moment just last week, around the memorial for 9-11, and it was bittersweet. (Up until then I just thought of myself as a citizen of the world.) What changed was that I began to believe that the Bush administration had known about 9-11, and committed treason in many instances.

How did I get so lately and suddenly deflated about the principles of America, and its promise of the American Dream? First I listened to a two-hour interview with author of “Confessions of an Economic Hit Man”, a job that you get recruited for, you can’t apply. If you’re interesting to people in power with an under-the-radar agenda, you’re approached. It was really fascinating and even more depressing, as it was someone’s first-hand experience of how corporations take over in other countries.

Then I came across a well-referenced on-line post from 2003 called, “September 11th And The Bush Administration… Compelling Evidence for Complicity”. It’s an understatement to call it compelling, even though I’m skeptical of conspiracy theories of any sort. Too much about the psychology of the person with the theory, I figure. Even when this info has attracted me in the past, I’ve come back to my personal observation that conspiracy theorists have a penchant for extremes. Read what influenced me to reconsider here.

That sudden shift to accepting the level of cynism and treason people in power were capable of, gave me a terrible pang…I was suddenly an American and I felt betrayed. I was betrayed by those who hold the behind-the-scenes cards. They are a power elite who own most of the wealth. I felt like I found out a lover had been cheating on me the whole time–it was surprising to me how emotional it was to longer believe in America.

If there’s going to be a new American Dream, it will be because the truth will out, and prevent poor people from voting for those who are using them, who are themselves employees of an even more powerful coporate structure. We can no longer naively believe America is about the American Dream. It had better be about responding to the greedy anti-American cannabalistic values of “the bottom line” that inform corporations owned by power elite such as the Koch Brothers.

The new American Dream must rise on a foundation of truth and a love of all life. The wealth overwhelmingly in America is owned by five percent of the population, and of that five percent, one percent control most of it. The old American Dream has been hijacked. It’s time for people to speak out. I applaud the Examiner for creating a forum on which to speak freely–that is the true American Way, and it is what led to the American Dream.

When we  all get exercised enough about what’s happening to the disenfranchised in America, like the official and imminent murder of Troy Davis in a few hours, we will use our freedom of expression to lead us again. Let the new dream rise out of the ashes like it always does.

Elissa Heyman,  Psychic Counseling and Spiritual Healing, in person/by phone, Santa Fe, NM 87501, 505-982-3294. New website! www.elissaheyman.com


Troy Davis, 9-11, and the American Dream

The American Dream

The American Dream

(reprinted from the Examiner)  Like millions of Americans at this hour, and people all over the world, I am sick to my stomach at the pending execution today of Troy Davis, in a murder case where 7 of the 9   witnesses recanted their story, in which even the pope and an American president have pleaded for clemency. There is no way to relieve this sickening feeling but express myself, and coincidentally the Examiner has suggested that this month’s theme be The American Dream.

I had my first patriotic moment just last week, around the memorial for 9-11, and it was bittersweet. (Up until then I just thought of myself as a citizen of the world.) What changed was that I began to believe that the Bush administration had known about 9-11, and committed treason in many instances.

How did I get so lately and suddenly deflated about the principles of America, and its promise of the American Dream? First I listened to a two-hour interview with author of “Confessions of an Economic Hit Man”, a job that you get recruited for, you can’t apply. If you’re interesting to people in power with an under-the-radar agenda, you’re approached. It was really fascinating and even more depressing, as it was someone’s first-hand experience of how corporations take over in other countries.

Then I came across a well-referenced on-line post from 2003 called, “September 11th And The Bush Administration… Compelling Evidence for Complicity”. It’s an understatement to call it compelling, even though I’m skeptical of conspiracy theories of any sort. Too much about the psychology of the person with the theory, I figure. Even when this info has attracted me in the past, I’ve come back to my personal observation that conspiracy theorists have a penchant for extremes. Read what influenced me to reconsider here.

That sudden shift to accepting the level of cynism and treason people in power were capable of, gave me a terrible pang…I was suddenly an American and I felt betrayed. I was betrayed by those who hold the behind-the-scenes cards. They are a power elite who own most of the wealth. I felt like I found out a lover had been cheating on me the whole time–it was surprising to me how emotional it was to longer believe in America.

If there’s going to be a new American Dream, it will be because the truth will out, and prevent poor people from voting for those who are using them, who are themselves employees of an even more powerful coporate structure. We can no longer naively believe America is about the American Dream. It had better be about responding to the greedy anti-American cannabalistic values of “the bottom line” that inform corporations owned by power elite such as the Koch Brothers.

The new American Dream must rise on a foundation of truth and a love of all life. The wealth overwhelmingly in America is owned by five percent of the population, and of that five percent, one percent control most of it. The old American Dream has been hijacked. It’s time for people to speak out. I applaud the Examiner for creating a forum on which to speak freely–that is the true American Way, and it is what led to the American Dream.

When we  all get exercised enough about what’s happening to the disenfranchised in America, like the official and imminent murder of Troy Davis in a few hours, we will use our freedom of expression to lead us again. Let the new dream rise out of the ashes like it always does.

Elissa Heyman,  Psychic Counseling and Spiritual Healing, in person/by phone, Santa Fe, NM 87501, 505-982-3294. New website! www.elissaheyman.com

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DIRECTIONS AND PARKING FOR ELISSA HEYMAN’S OFFICE ON EAST PALACE AVENUE

Office: My office is 1 ½ blocks east of the plaza, across from the Drury Hotel.  227 E. Palace, Suite T, the Kruger Building, Santa Fe 87501.

Off-street parking in the back. Entrance to private parking lot is on Cienega which is one way off East Palace.  Lot entrance on right just a few yards after turning on to Cienega.

Please park in a T parking space in front a little to the left. (There are two other T spaces farther away.)

Walk through the breezeway towards East Palace and the iron filigree gate. Then go up the stairs: the stairs sign says: P Thru V. Take a left at top of stairs for Suite T.

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