March TWENTY-SIXTH (10c) the Day of INTEGRITY:
March 26 people manifest the innocence, spontaneity and candor of a child. They manage to get things done without resorting to overt aggressiveness. For them, simplicity is the keystone; they are averse to all forms of excessive complication. This means that if a person were consistently create difficulties and problems, he or she would not remain long in the company of a March 26 person. Those born on this day usually seek the simplest solution to any human question by following things back to the source. For this reason, the splendid intuitive qualities of March 26 people will often allow fellow human beings an insight into how things work.
STRENGTHS: Intuitive, Self-Sufficient, Responsible
WEAKNESSES: Negative, Insecure, Depressive
ADVICE: Be careful of being overly moral and judgmental. Keep it light and learn to take yourself less seriously; loosen up and have fun. Preserve your childlike qualities. Do not give in to bullying and push ahead in your work.
BORN ON THIS DAY: Duncan Hines, Syngman Rhee, Robert Frost, Joseph Campbell, Tennessee Williams, Sandra Day O'Conner, Larry Page, William Westmoreland, Diana Ross, Leonard Nimoy, James Caan, Alan Arkin, Martin Short, Bob Woodward; Source: The Secret Language of Birthdays Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
MEDITATION: That all things pass is revealed when a child's sadness gives way to laughter.
Clubs - Mind - Communication – Intelligence
10 of Clubs - Mental Illumination
TEN of Clubs: The TEACHER Card: The Ten of Clubs have come full circle in their quest for knowledge. They have a powerful mind and a consuming desire for more knowledge as well. In this life they must learn to regain the control over their mind which has developed somewhat of a life of its own. The best path back to self-mastery is to direct the mind into right motives and higher principles. Their Three of Hearts in Mars makes for emotional restlessness, which can be a strain on relationships. The strong desire for spiritual wisdom and study of spiritual philosophies will bring contact with many uplifting groups and will increase enjoyment of life. The Ten of Clubs have good luck in work and labor relations and could do very well in the real estate business. Their Three of Diamonds Pluto Card signifies that in this life they will be doing much experimenting as they work towards finding out what really satisfies them. They often spend a lot of time deciding what is their life's work. Once they decide, they can rise to the heights. Choosing things that allow for freedom and travel gives them the best results.
Your Karma Cards are the: Jack of Spades - You owe something to this person and they reflect you in some way. Four of Spades - This person owes you and you are their mirror in some way.
TEN of Clubs BIRTHDAYS: January 30 (Aquarius), February 28 (Pisces), March 26 (Aries), April 24 (Taurus), May 22 (Taurus/Gemini), June 20 (Gemini), July 18 (Cancer), August 16 (Leo), September 14 (Virgo), October 12 (Libra), November 10 (Scorpio), December 8 (Sagittarius);
FAMOUS TEN of Clubs: Dick Cheney, Vanessa Redgrave, Gene Hackman, Leonard Nimoy, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Bernadette Peters, Mario Andretti, Keira Knightley, Steven Tyler, Barbara Streisand, Shirley MacLaine, Naomi Campbell, Sir Laurence Olivier, Nicole Kidman, Errol Flynn, Van Diesel, Hunter S. Thompson, Steve Carell, Madonna, Kim Basinger, Hugh Jackman, Luciano Pavarotti, Richard Burton, Roy Scheider, Mary Queen of Scots. Source: Robert Camp's Love Cards www.7thunders.com
TEN of Clubs: The greatest success for the 10 of Clubs lies within the mental realm. This is also considered the Moon Card; known to astrologers as the emotional mind. Mental strength, assuredness, and will power are the trademarks of those born under this high card, as well as blind ego, and cunning. Ten of Clubs people are often suspicious of others, and demand loyalty from friends and family. They are known as task-masters within the family, and feel they are deserving of that title. They are afraid of being judged, and are insecure on a very deep level. All 10 of Clubs like to work, and for those instilled with a good sense of values early in life, success is theirs for the taking.
ARIES I - The Week of the CHILD March 25-April 2: Because Aries I's show the frank and open demeanor of the child, they are sometimes accused of having a naïve or superficial view of life. But the so called naivete that they project is only one manifestation of the awe and wonder they experience in response to the world around them, which they are constantly rediscovering. An intense need to express is wonder, and to share their observations with others, is also characteristic. Like children, they not only exhibit spontaneity and liveliness themselves but also appreciate these qualities in others. In fact, many may not understand how deep their need for direct expression really is.
Strengths: Frank, Spontaneous, Dynamic
Weaknesses: Naïve, Transgressive, Overidealistic
ADVICE: Cultivate your quite side, yet do not neglect your aggressive urges or let them get bottled inside. When you feel frustrated, try to understand the problem and then take the initiative. Acknowledge your need for affection and support. Do not hesitate to ask for help when you need it.
ARIES I NOTABLES: Al Gore, Gloria Swanson, Leonard Nimoy, Aretha Franklin, Diana Ross, Tennesse Williams, Eric Clapton, Vincent van Gogh, Warren Beatty, Casanova, Hans Christian Andersen, Cesar Chavez, Joseph Campbell, Arturo Toscanini, Rene Descartes; Source: The Secret Language of Relationships Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
The March 26th TEN of Clubs "Mental Accomplishment" takes off their gloves compared to the January 30 Aquarius I and February 28 Pisces I 's. March 26th is an Aries I Fire Sign fighter, but due to their THREE of Hearts "Variety in Love" Ego Card they want to make love not war. Their main obstacle to success is determining who to love.
The 10 of Clubs is, aka the "Teacher" and like a teacher they like being on stage. The -karma JACK of Spades "the Actor Card" to authentically play whatever role they are given and accounts for the greater number of famous people born on March 26. The +karma FOUR of Spades "Satisfaction in Work Card" anchors them in their chosen profession.
Joseph Campbell, was an American mythologist who worked in comparative mythology and comparative religion. Campbell's magnum opus is his book The Hero with a Thousand Faces (1949), in which he discusses his theory of the journey of the archetypal hero found in world mythologies. His philosophy has been summarized by his own often repeated phrase: "Follow your bliss."