Gemini 2019 is the third of a series of radio talk shows which focus on the twelve signs of the Zodiac as a map to discover Spiritual Truth.
Hostess Lisa Winton and Swami Jayananda have dedicated twelve shows to discussing the twelve signs of the Zodiac as a map leading to Spiritual understanding. Each week focuses on the respective sign as an archetype used in the process of an individual becoming Divine. Listen this week as they explain the function of Gemini, based on the simple observation; how we think is what we become. These shows will explore why Divine Law cannot function in your experience if you are not conscious of Its Presence. Welcome to the Voice of Yoga; we are talking consciousness! Join the Kriya Yoga Spiritual Advance to get the light in your soul and experience Divine Mind.
- The key phrase for Gemini is “I think” and how we think is what we become. Gemini is the first of the mutable signs and the first mode of thinking.
- Mary Baker Eddy talks about 3 modes of mortal thought in S&H and in astrology we use the mutable signs to help understand the process of unfolding or elevating thought in a series of progressions leading to the Divine Mind; the One Mind of this universe.
- C Gemini – Labor: The Golden Apples of Hesperides part 1 & 2
a. There are 5 steps to this labor and it is mostly about service.
b. The Teacher sends Nereus to help Hercules failure marks success. Overcome astralism and lower psychic illusions Antaeus (serpent guarding the tree, Busiris (false prophet) bound him to an altar. Prometheus is freed and then Atlas is helped and Lo he delivers the apples. Maidens who deliver the apples: Aegle (the glory of the physical), Erytheia (the apple marked Service), and Hesperis (Evening star of Will and Initiation).
c. Constellations of Gemini: 1. Lepus (the hare), 2. Canis Major (the greater dog), 3. Canis Minor (the lesser dog).
- Gemini as the first of the 3 modes of mortal thought; the vailing power of the mortal mind. The lower mind is all about physical awareness and the laws of matter; instinct, appetite, preservation, survival, or what we call need.
We are socialized with or at least I was, with Murphy’s Law, “what can go wrong will go wrong and at the worst possible time.”