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It's all falling down : Let the light shine

Greetings, greetings, greetings. I'm Queen B. Divine, and this is "A Cure is a Conversation." As I grow, the conversation changes, so welcome. Today, we're talking about creating a wonderful, fertile landscape for the mind, drawing insights from "The Power of Your Subconscious Mind."


We'll also delve into the astrological energies of the eclipse portal, exploring the deeper meaning behind events like the Baltimore Francis Scott Key Bridge incident. But first, let's talk about envy.

Envy is looking at someone's life and wanting what they have without understanding their journey. Recently, a woman envied my ability to take relaxing Epsom salt baths. Little did she know the struggles and sacrifices I've faced, from a difficult childhood to health crises and estrangement from my family. Envy blinds us to the realities behind the façade.


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In Hollywood, envy is pervasive, with stars projecting a glamorous image while concealing dark truths. But as the industry undergoes a cleansing, the truth behind the façade is coming to light.

Similarly, slumlords neglect their properties, prioritizing profit over the well-being of tenants. This exploitation parallels the toxic practices in Hollywood, where young talents are manipulated and exploited for gain.


But amidst these challenges, there is hope. The eclipse season signifies a time of reckoning and rebirth. It's a reminder to sow seeds of positivity and forgiveness. The Ho'oponopono prayer— "I'm sorry, please forgive me, thank you, I love you"— can help release negative energies and restore balance.

As we transition from the moon in Scorpio to Sagittarius, it's a time to examine our passions and align them with our true purpose. Just as Sagittarius aims its arrow, we must aim for our dreams with intention and faith.




But amidst these challenges, there is hope. The eclipse season signifies a time of reckoning and rebirth. It's a reminder to sow seeds of positivity and forgiveness. The Ho'oponopono prayer— "I'm sorry, please forgive me, thank you, I love you"— can help release negative energies and restore balance.

As we transition from the moon in Scorpio to Sagittarius, it's a time to examine our passions and align them with our true purpose. Just as Sagittarius aims its arrow, we must aim for our dreams with intention and faith.



I end, The moon in Scorpio coming. Probably when you're listening to this, it could be the moon in Scorpio or the moon in Sagittarius. But before we do the moon in Sagittarius, we're going to do the moon in Scorpio. So we are in the astrology of the head. Why I say that? Because Aries is the first house and it represents the head of the body, leadership, how you see yourself, self-identity. What are you telling yourself in your head about yourself? It'll play out in the world, right? And when we're in the moon in Scorpio, Scorpio is a passionate sign.


It's also a lot about intimacy, sex, money. And these things, what are you telling yourself about the passion that runs through your life? What is your passion doing? How is your passion fueling your life? Is it from a place of envy? Is it from a place of anger? Or is it a place of love and patience and understanding that in the darkness, light will come? So during the moon in Scorpio, check out your mindset and what's fueling you to move forward? Because all too often, we don't realize what's fueling us, what drives us could be what's killing us and pulling us in the wrong direction.


You've got to be kind to yourself so you can trust yourself when you're telling yourself instruction. When the G.O.D. moves your spirit, you've got to be able to trust it. Because you don't want to be anywhere near the calamity when things go awry. So take care of each other out there, good, bad, or indifferent. Surround yourself with people you love. Stay safe out there. Because it's payback. It really is. It really is. Take care out there. One love.

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