Keywords: suspicion, obsession, overanalysis
Frequency: Twice (each) a year. Duration: 10 Days ( 1 deg. per day average)
Obsessive thinking can be a problem today. We can all too easily become mental pit bulls, tenaciously clinging to our points or our opinions, despite all sorts of information to the contrary. We just hate being challenged.
Instead of lashing out, remain calm and listen. We dont have to agree. Keeping an open mind is both a struggle and a good mental exercise, but it is possible. Lets not push our opinions on others, either, unless they ask. If someone else is overbearing, tell them politely to cork it. Letting our suspicions get the best of us is another danger of this transit, along with the tendency to overanalyze. Rather than suspecting someone elses hidden motivations, we should peer into our own. Under no circumstances should we follow urges to stalk or follow another person, or even peek into their email or phone history. And we should be alert to being the object of this behavior, as well.