Pisces: The Fishes
Pisces: The Fishes
Friday, January 20, 2012
Single Pisces may find themselves in some water — but not hot water, little fish! That’s a good thing, eh? You’ve had your share of more than bath temperature and sometimes scalding water trying to figure this dating/nightmare/daymare/dramafest thing. I’m sure you feel relieved and even a little…frisky! Now is a good time to let the past go including let other’s pasts go. You may continue to feel the trend of the past coming up and up and up, and that’s okay unless you feel too concerned with someone else’s concern with the past. In meeting people who are not connected to your past, this could manifest as the next person projecting their past onto you. No worries. Just let that person know that it’s all in the past and you’d like to get to know them in the present! Committed fishies are doing alright! They are feeling alright and things are pretty good — from their end of the pond. There could be issue with your loved on bringing something up from the past that they don’t seem able to see from your point of view. If they did, if your loved one looked at things with your eyes, of course they might find they were wrong. But it’s not going to help to point them in a direction they need to locate on their own. The best course of action is to let your man or woman figure things out. If they ask questions, answer them with only the fact and if it comes down to your point of view, simply say, “This is what happened, from my point of view.” You realize that it’s almost trivial now, or it should be, but more than likely your love does not see it that way. Usually, you’re the one to force things and to drag the up from the bottom of the abyss. But this time, you’re feeling so much better, that you’ll just let them go diving for the answers on their own. Good for you, little fish thing! Good for you. Now drop it and leave it there where the next person can find it: on their own and this too shall pass…like a fish egg. 😉
Contemplate: You’re feeling right as rain and know that your feelings are your own, that you can’t change the past and you can’t change another person’s mind. You know you’re right. You just don’t need to mention that. Let the next person figure out what happened way back when and hopefully they will realize…that was way…back…when! Go ahead and just let the next person deal with the past and offer clarification and nothing more, when asked.