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Week of June 23rd, 2022

Are you connected to the great positive good force in the universe?

Kisemanito is a Cree word whose meaning is “the great positive good force in the universe.”

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for the REST of 2022.

This week my Expanded Audio Horoscopes explore themes that I suspect will be important for you during the next six months.

What areas of your life are likely to receive unexpected assistance and divine inspiration?

Where are you likely to find most success?

How can you best cooperate with the cosmic rhythms?

What questions should you be asking?

To listen to my IN-DEPTH, LONG-TERM AUDIO FORECAST for YOUR LIFE during the next six months, go here, then register and/or sign in.

After you log in through the main page, click on the link "Long Term Forecast for Second Half of 2022."


The Expanded Audio Horoscopes cost $7 apiece if you access them on the Web. There are discounts for the purchase of multiple reports.


PLEASE NOTE: Last week, a few people experienced issues trying to log into the new Free Will Astrology Expanded Audio Horoscopes website.

Oh, no! Sorry about that! My team is still working to find a permanent fix.

In the meantime, we've got a workaround. If you still have troubles logging in, go here to get details about the fix.

and/or you can write directly to my tech support team:


Here's a detailed explanation of the new audio horoscope system.

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by William Sebrans

~ Many pressing things are resolved or made unnecessary by simply waiting. Conversely, waiting that has become mechanically habitual degrades into deadly procrastination.

~ No life, however charmed, is un-visited by searing disappointment, numbing grief, chilling betrayal, dull routine, crushing defeat, or exasperating detail.

~ There is a great restorative dignity and holy self-empowerment in playing to the best of one’s ability the hand one is dealt, however unwinning it may seem.

~ 6 minutes of walking outdoors solves more problems than 60 minutes of labored thinking.

~ Many, if not most, of the thoughts that arise and pass in a day, when observed, are revealed to be either useless, unsavory, or at best, harmless. To call them my own is neither flattering, uplifting or accurate.

~ A shower can bestow a temporary taste of being born again. It’s fine to have one for that purpose alone with no further justification.

~ Beauty is pointless wonder, and is also as vital as oxygen and supper.

~ Life without deep friendship is dark purgatory. With true friendship, the inner court of divine belonging.

~ Nearly every phenomenon that arises in life has a continuum of possible expression – from dark shadow to mundane to exalted. This is equally true of planetary influence, salad dressing, teaching Italian, gift wrapping and conversation among each other. In choosing to go more towards the exalted, and it is a choice, is good for the body, and soul. Business, too.

~ One reliably excellent act of love and friendship, perhaps the greatest, is to pay full attention.

~ Shallow breathing and uninspired posture are two of the most pervasive causes and effects of a stunted life and deranged planet.We and our planet need our deep breathing and noble bearing. Both are available right in this moment, cost not a penny, require no extra time or special training to set right. The price of admission is only loving attention, which is a lot and enough.

~ Truth, without beauty, is a soul-less tattered flag rallying no one and nothing real. Beauty, without truth, is a cracked, hollow vessel; a decorative container for gilded dung.

~ When gathered together around the dining table, it is salubrious to joyfully take the last piece of pie on the plate, sans nervous half-splitting. Most everyone watching is secretly empowered by such bold belonging and relaxed self-assertion. If not, it is probably the wrong table.

~ The greatest gift to give any situation or moment or person is a positive state of heart and mind. It is the great harmonizer and possibility engine. Nearly everything else that is done or said is either too indirect, strategic, contrived, or expensive.

~ Context is everything. Strict rulebooks are for dummies, it must be said. Nearly every statement, action, alliance or belief has a context where it is appropriate in that situation and for that moment.

~ Location, location, location – the three pronged maxim in real estate – is equally true as a moral compass and for arcs of destiny. Some places require different codes of action or non-action. Some environments evoke the best versions of ourselves; in others, we wither. In any case, we have no choice but to try to bloom where we our planted.

~ The phrase “i do not know” is a often the shortest, most effective and least expensive way of staying honest.

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Every optimist moves along with progress and hastens it, while every pessimist would keep the world at a standstill. The consequence of pessimism in the life of a nation is the same as in the life of the individual. Pessimism kills the instinct that urges people to struggle against poverty, ignorance and crime, and dries up all the fountains of joy in the world.

—socialist, anti-militarist, labor rights activist, suffragist author Helen Keller

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I'd love to hear you riff on how it feels and what it's like for you to be the astrological sign you are.

Send your testimony to me here:

Here are examples: readers' thoughts on "How to Be an Aries."

1. "If it isn't challenging, do something else."
—Jennifer Blackmon Guevara

2. "If it's easy, it's boring."
—Beth Prouty

3. "Turn on your sense of wonder full blast and chase the white rabbit right down the rabbit hole."
—Suzanne Shettles Charleston


Here are examples of Geminis who told me how they went about being the best Gemini they could possibly be:

1. "Relish the fact that your curious mind and mischievous heart and inquisitive soul will ensure that you NEVER need be bored."
—Jonquil Remedy

2. "Do not, under any circumstances, grow up to be a serious adult on the inside. Keep the innocent gaze you had when you were five, and use it often—even (and especially!) when looking at mundane things."
—Kim Breeding-Mercer

3. "Find at least seven best friends because you will need them in the long run. Ten or 12 would be even better."
—Jonathan Ayres

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For the fourth time in 8 years, the Golden State Warriors are champions of professional basketball. Why are they so good?

My friend Ronnie Record says: When head coach Steve Kerr took over the team in 2014, he told his players the four values he wanted them to play with:

Compassion, Mindfulness, Joy, and Competitiveness.

The players were surprised. Being competitive is the number four value?

Kerr said if you take care of the first three, then the last one will take care of itself.

This championship team and the previous championship teams under Kerr were built on compassion, mindfulness, and joy.

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I live in Northern California on land where the indigenous Coast Miwok people lived for at least 5,000 years. Today, about 3,500 Miwok still live in this part of the world.

Traditionally, their spiritual perspectives have included animism, the belief that soul and sentience animate all animals and plants as well as rocks, rivers, mountains—everything, really. Though I'm not Miwok, I share that perspective.

Before the majority of Miwoks were violently displaced by white invaders and occupiers, their food came from hunting and gathering, and they lived in small bands without centralized political authority.

According to one of their creation stories, Coyote and Silver Fox made the world by singing and dancing it into existence. That myth is as appealing to me as the myth of the Big Bang.

And you? What indigenous people lived for hundreds of generations on the land where you now live?

For information about whose traditional land you might be living on, check this site.

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Being a father for my daughter Zoe has been crucial for my development. Our bond has made me a much better artist, communicator, and human being.

She has dramatically expanded my capacity for love, and inspired me to be relentless in translating my spiritual values into practical action.

One of her most important influences is a gift that I'm still learning to master: an unshakable devotion to the absolute necessity and transformative power of untameable beauty.

And in addition to what she's done for me, she's a talented poet and writer and radio DJ and art gallery owner with off-the-charts emotional intelligence and impeccable integrity!

Happy Father's Day to me!

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A line of five planets will be visible during the early morning hours throughout the end of June,

The best morning to look up will be June 24, three days after the summer solstice. (The solstice is at 5:13 a.m. EDT on Tuesday, June 21.)

The five planets are Mars, Mercury, Venus, Jupiter, and Saturn. The moon will always be among them on June 24.

More info.

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The more specific your goals, the better.

What experience, feeling, or situation do you want the most?

The more specific your goals, the better. The clearer you are in naming concrete intentions, the more likely it is you will actually make them happen.

Abstract, generalized aims are hard to visualize. This may result in a reduced expectation of realizing them, which in turn results in lower motivation to try and achieve them.

What specific experience, feeling, or situation do you want the most?

Read more.


I began to study at an occult mystery school when I was 25, and have been doing so ever since.

I was surprised and amused when the first lesson of the first course, "Seven Steps in Practical Occultism," told me that the most important thing I needed to do first was to state WHAT I WANT.

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It's always the beginning of the world.

Even if you don't call yourself an artist, you have the potential to be a dynamic creator who is always hatching new plans, coming up with fresh ideas, and shifting your approach to everything you do as you adjust to life's ceaseless invitation to change.

It's to this part of you—the restless, inventive spirit—that I address the following: Unleash yourself! Don't be satisfied with the world the way it is; don't sit back passively and blankly complain about the dead weight of the mediocre status quo.

Instead, call on your curiosity and charisma and expressiveness and lust for life as you tinker with and rebuild everything you see so that it's in greater harmony with the laws of love and more hospitable to your soul's code.

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I am in intimate contact with supernatural creatures and non-material beings every day


I love the scientific method and use it every day
Both are true.

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Gary Snyder says: “Our bodies are wild. The involuntary quick turn of the head at a shout, the vertigo at looking off a precipice, the heart-in-the-throat in a moment of danger, the catch of the breath, the quiet moments relaxing, staring, reflecting – are universal responses of this mammal body.

"The body does not require the intercession of some conscious intellect to make it breathe, to keep the heart beating. It is to a great extent self-regulating, it is a life of its own.

"Sensation and perception do not exactly come from outside, and unremitting thought and image-flow are not exactly outside. The world is our consciousness, and it surrounds us. There are more things in the mind, in the imagination, than ‘you' can keep track of – thoughts, memories, images, angers, delights, rise unbidden.

"The depths of the mind, the unconscious, are our inner wilderness areas, and that is where a bobcat is right now. I do not mean personal bobcats in personal psyches – the bobcat that roams from dream to dream.

"The conscious agenda-planning ego occupies a very tiny territory, a little cubicle somewhere near the gate, keeping track of some of what goes in and out (and sometimes making expansionist plots), and the rest takes care of itself. The body is, so to speak, in the mind. They are both wild."

—Gary Snyder, The Practice of the Wild

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In his book Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters, J. D. Salinger didn't use the word "pronoia." But he had the character Seymour Glass write in his diary, "Oh, God, if I'm anything by a clinical name, I'm a kind of paranoiac in reverse. I suspect people of plotting to make me happy."

Then there was philosopher Terence McKenna, who said: "I believe reality is a marvelous joke staged for my edification and amusement, and everybody is working very hard to make me happy."

Philosopher Robert Anton Wilson uttered advice that also sounded pronoiac: "You should view the world as a conspiracy run by a very closely-­knit group of nearly omnipotent people, and you should think of those people as yourself and your friends."


I have written the first and only book about PRONOIA: Pronoia Is the Antidote to Paranoia: How the Whole World Is Conspiring to Shower You with Blessings.

But I didn't coin the modern use of the term "pronoia." It arose in the mid-1970s, originated by Grateful Dead lyricist and co¬founder of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, John Perry Barlow. He defined it as the opposite of paranoia: "the suspicion that the universe is a conspiracy on your behalf."

The Scottish psychologist Fraser Clark revived the word in the 1990s. He referred to pronoia as "the sneaking hunch that others are conspiring behind your back to help you." Once you have contracted this benevolent virus, he said, the symptoms include "sudden attacks of optimism and outbreaks of goodwill."

Working with the Zippies, a group of gypsy ravers, Clark organized the Zippy Pronoia Tour to America in 1994. With a boost from a cover story by Wired magazine, the tour's parties and performances spread the word.

Shortly thereafter, a website devoted to pronoia appeared on the web. It has mostly been devoted to telling the story of the Zippies.

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I love reading Fake Buddha Quotes, the website where a scholar with a discerning mind tracks down all the words attributed to Buddha that were not actually said by him.

In this section, Snopes tracks down fake quotes, including some attributed to Einstein.

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"Dear Rob: I was born on November 30, and am quite attached to having it as a birthdate. But there's a complication. While in Iraq in 2006, I was half-blown up by a bomb, and had a near-death experience. When I returned from my excursion to the land of the dead, I felt I'd been born anew. Which is why I now also celebrate September 24, the date of the bombing, as my second birthday. What do you think? Two-Way Tamara."

Dear Two-Way: I believe we'd all benefit from having at least one dramatic rebirth in the course of our lives, though hopefully not in such a wrenching fashion as yours.

In fact, a fresh rebirth every few years or so would be quite healthy. If it means adding additional astrological identities to our repertoire, so much the better.

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Continuously drop all your rigid identities. Personal history may be your greatest danger.
You can achieve optimal physical health if you're devoted to shedding outworn self-images.

—Arnold Mindell

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