I’ll never forget my reading with Phillip ext. 9485. I expected a run-of-the-mill ordinary astrology reading. I thought he’d elaborate on some simple insights from my birth chart or direction about where my career is headed. But no.
“The universe wants you to “become a selfish b*tch,” he said. “You’re too accommodating and an old soul. You don’t recognize how powerful you are. You have several gifts. Do you experience déjà vu a lot?” He said – and I’ve always felt this – “you see the future or flashes of it before it happens – especially in dreams at night.”
“This lifetime is about you taking your power back. You came in as a people pleaser but are old enough to recognize that you are an easy target for people. People take until you have nothing left to give. They bleed you dry. You’re targeted. The pattern is you need to confront it at all costs.”
“Manifest the power to train yourself to put you first. Users and abusers will have the choice to either disappear or play my game.” Apparently, these people will fall away because they’ll be replaced by those who respect me since I’m coming from a positive place by demanding I live my life in peace.
“You can expect perks if you make this shift and do it consistently. It’s where your romance, happiness, creative life and experiences lie as long as you do it.”
Phillip suggested if this isn’t followed, the universe will ante up. “Things will get worse instead of better.”
“People need to hear what’s important to you,” he said. “Then your stress and emotional grief will fade. This pattern stretches in your life over the course of more than one lifetime. Your Scorpio ascendant is saying you didn’t come into this world to be reasonable. You came to let the emotional sh*t fly.”
“Honor yourself,” he said. “You played the martyr and the victim in your life, but now it’s time to play the villain. Shake things up by going to the other extreme. It becomes your choice, not others. Stay awake to the perks which will follow, the universe is asking you to stick with this path. Take risks.” I’ll never forget this reading. I keep a copy of my notes with me at all times.
So far his advice has worked in subtle and not-so-subtle ways. I’m becoming more aggressive about my needs but increasingly more gentle with people around me. Some of the users have already fallen out of my immediate environment, and it’s become easier to state my needs and set clear boundaries. This advice remains my constant companion. Thank you, Phillip.