Astrology and our daily life: Sun Moves into Cancer: Neptune goes retrograde: Summer Solstice: June 21 2019

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June 21 2019 The Sun moves into Cancer.

Cancer the Crab: Water: Feminine: Cardinal:

Cancer folk are always trying to take care of everyone. ☺Nurturing is in their nature, in fact it’s so inherent in these guys and gals that if they don’t have a family close by they will create one from the folks they spend time with. 

Emotional Cancer folk usually operate on ‘gut feelings’ and while they enjoy the company of others around them, spending some time alone in private can do wonders for the energy levels. Like the phases of the moon that rule Cancer, there are times to be out in front and there are times to take a back seat to rejuvenate. 

The thing to watch for with being a Cancerian is not to get caught up in the “needy market”… Depending on others to make one feel “better” is not the best way to explore the finer, points of one’s nature. We all love to have someone around us who wants to take care of us, but most of us don’t want to be “mothered” all of the time. 🙂

Most “crabs” or those with a “crab” influence are great in the kitchen, as feeding others is another way to say “I love you”. For these folk whipping something up for supper is hardly ever a problem (unless mum is feeling a little “crabby”). 

Cancer rules the breasts and stomach. Issue’s with the tummy are likely when under stress, during a full moon or when ignoring healthy eating habits. 

Sensitive by nature Cancer folk, may at times, imagine slights from others and become defensive or withdrawn (as a crab into its shell) in an effort to block any hurt. This is something that should be watched for especially during emotionally vulnerable times (menstruation/ovulation/work or family stress/full moon), actions taken or words spoken during this time may cause more upset than intended or needed. 

June 21 2019 is also the 1st day of summer for 2019 and will be the longest day of the year and the shortest night for our hemisphere.

  • A positive time where being outside is the norm along with spending time with loved ones and friends.
  • Summer is a celebration of all things light and who couldn’t use some light after the dark days of winter… 🙂 

As we welcome summer 2019

We give thanks to Mother Earth.

May we all be blessed this summer with love, laughter and good health… 🙂

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Neptune the planet that rules Pisces and the 12th house goes retrograde on June 21…

Neptune is a a spiritual planet, he is the God of what is not known, what is hidden… he is our dreams and our fantasies… when he goes retrograde, we may not be as forthcoming in our beliefs and it may be more difficult to express our “dreams”… our imagination may be questioned by ourselves… what is real? what is fantasy? where is the line between what may be accomplished in the “real world” and what is just silliness? …

We question ourselves, is it o.k. to dream, to believe in something we cannot see? … It’s all good, however, take care when something or someone comes along that seems too good to be true… we may not be seeing all that there is to see, we may believe in things that cannot be…

It may not be the best time to put our faith in others, nor in what we cannot understand… use caution and common sense… 🙂

 

Warm Birthday Wishes :

Ian, Christine, Janine,  Jeff (RIP) Rose (cusp) And warm birthday wishes are sent to everyone celebrating a Cancerian birthday. Happy New Year All… ☺ 

 

Greta McKenzie: 06/03/2015

Fund Raiser T.E.A.M. Dog Rescue: November 14 2015

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  • Event: Latin Fusion Dance Workshop
  • Date: Saturday November 14 2015
  • Location: Bear & Firkin; 1294 Kingston Rd, Pickering.
  • Cost: $10:00
  • Time: 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm: 
  • Proceeds go to: “All Funds Raised go towards dogs in the care of T.E.A.M Dog Rescue”

 

source: Whitby This Week; October 21 2015: Kristen’s Krittes: kcalis@durhamregion.com/905-215-0427

John McDermott: November 8 2015 Oshawa

 

http://www.johnmcdermott.com
  • Event: Entertainer John McDermott; Matinee performance
  • Date: Sunday November 8 2015
  • Time: 3:00 pm
  • Location: Regent Theatre, 50 King St. E. Oshawa
  • Cost: $54:00
  • Presented by: CKDO 107.7 fm: 1590 am
  • Tickets: Box Office 905-721-3399 ext 2: www.regenttheatre.ca

For more information on this beloved singer, please visit his website by clicking here: 🙂

 

source: Whitby This Week; October 21 2015

Rousseau’s (Fine Furniture and interior design in Whitby) Gives Back & More News!‏

SGC Admin: From our inbox to you… Rousseau’s Fine Furniture and Interior Design, located in Whitby and Lee Industries are coming together to help Dog Guides…. 🙂 

  • Designer’s Guild Trunk Show
  • July 21 2015 1:00 pm to 8:00 pm,
  • Meet Danielle, preview the new season line and save 10% on orders.

“Since 1969, LEE Industries has been handcrafting American made upholstery in North Carolina. We have built our business through our relationships and partnerships and our belief in supporting local. We are passionate about our retail partners and believe in the mission of supporting local communities.” 

Learn more about the effort to #LoveLocal and support brick and mortar businesses at www.leeloveslocal.com 

 This July save 20% on all LEE ORDERS with 5% of proceeds being donated to Loins Foundation of Canada Dog Guides
A Bit About Dog Guides… 
Lions Foundation of Canada’s mission is to assist Canadians with a medical or physical disability by providing them Dog Guides at no cost.
To do this, the Foundation operates Dog Guides Canada, a preeminent national training school and charity that assists individuals with disabilities through specialized Dog Guide programs. These Dog Guides are provided at no cost to eligible Canadians from coast to coast despite costing $25,000 to trainand place.
The Foundation relies on donations from individuals, service clubs, foundations and corporations and does not receive any government funding.
 
For more infortmation, visit www.dogguides.com
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Join Us! 
This Saturday, July 18th from 11 am – 3pm to meet a dog guide in training and learn more about the program!

David Suzuki Foundation: Home Grown Jamboree (08/22-23/2015) & Homegrown Pizza in the Park… (07/17/2015)

SGC Admin: From our inbox to you. David Suzuki Foundation Home Grown Jamboree and Homegrown pizza in the park events. 

Jamboree registration is now open and Pizza in the Park is this Friday (07/17/2015)

Click here to join the Homegrown Jamboree

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We are excited to announce that we will host our second annual overnight camp-out in the city, theHomegrown Jamboree, as part of the Homegrown National Park Project this summer.

In partnership with Fort York, on August 22-23, we’ll be inviting a limited number of families to join our Homegrown Park Rangers for a night of camping on the grounds of the national historic site, located in the heart of downtown Toronto. 

The cost for the Homegrown Jamboree is $30 per adult and $15 per child, including all meals, fun activities, s’mores by the campfire, ghost walks and more. Each family will need to provide their own tents and sleeping bags. Equipment can be rented, or better yet borrowed from campers in your networks. 

If your family is interested in participating in the Homegrown Jamboree, please register ASAP. Apply early and be sure to let us know why you think your troop of happy campers is keen to join us! Application closes on July 24.

Please Click Here to Sign Up… 🙂

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And this Friday will be our second Homegrown Pizza in the Park event of the season. We’ll once again have Pizzeria Libretto cooking slices, plus BBQ corn and watermelon.

If you want to make it a Pizza + Movie night, join us at the screening of “All the time in the world” at Bloor Cinema for 4 p.m. Use our discount code DSPIZZANIGHT for $9 tickets. Then join us at Christie Pits Park for pizza at 6 p.m! Show us your ticket and get a dollar off your pizza. 

Truly, 

Jode Roberts
Project Lead, Homegrown National Park Project
David Suzuki Foundation 
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DailyOm with Madisyn Taylor on Emotional Attacks, Choosing Not To Be a Target

SGC Admin: From our inbox to you: DailyOm on Emotional Attacks, Choosing Not To Be a Target…. 

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July 13, 2015
Emotional Attacks
Choosing Not To Be A Target

by Madisyn Taylor

You cannot control other people’s emotions, but you can control your own.
Hurtful confrontations often leave us feeling drained and confused. When someone attacks us emotionally, we may wonder what we did to rouse their anger, and we take their actions personally. We may ask ourselves what we could have done to compel them to behave or speak that way toward us.

It’s important to remember that there are no real targets in an emotional attack and that it is usually a way for the attacker to redirect their uncomfortable feelings away from themselves. When people are overcome by strong emotions, like hurt or anguish, they may see themselves as victims and lash out at others as a means of protection or to make themselves feel better.

You may be able to shield yourself from an emotional attack by not taking the behavior personally. First, however, it is good to cultivate a state of detachment that can provide you with some protection from the person who is attacking you. This will allow you to feel compassion for this person and remember that their behavior isn’t as much about you as it is about their need to vent their emotions.

If you have difficulty remaining unaffected by someone’s behavior, take a moment to breathe deeply and remind yourself that you didn’t do anything wrong, and you aren’t responsible for people’s feelings. If you can see that this person is indirectly expressing a need to you—whether they are reaching out for help or wanting to be heard—you may be able to diffuse the attack by getting them to talk about what is really bothering them.

You cannot control other people’s emotions, but you can control your own. If you sense yourself responding to their negativity, try not to let yourself. Keep your heart open to them, and they may let go of their defensiveness and yield to your compassion and openness.

Culture in the Square Whitby Public Library Events Summer 2015

SGC Admin: From our inbox to you… Whitby Library FREE summer 2015 events… Please visit the library here for more information/contact: 🙂 

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  • Event: Culture in the Square Whitby Library: Random Acts of Rhythm
  • Date: July 7 2015
  • Location: Whitby Public Library 405 Dundas Street West, Whitby, ON, L1N 6A1
  • Time: 7:00 pm
  • Cost: FREE
  • Event: Culture in the Square Whitby Library: Latin Rythms
  • Date: July 14 2015
  • Location:  Whitby Public Library 405 Dundas Street West, Whitby, ON, L1N 6A1
  • Time: 7:00 pm
  • Cost: FREE
  • Event: Culture in the Square Whitby Library: Long and McQuade
  • Date: July 21 2015
  • Location:  Whitby Public Library 405 Dundas Street West, Whitby, ON, L1N 6A1
  • Time: 7:00 pm
  • Cost: FREE
  • Event: Culture in the Square Whitby Library: Whitby Idol Performances
  • Date: July 28 2015
  • Location:  Whitby Public Library 405 Dundas Street West, Whitby, ON, L1N 6A1
  • Time: 7:00 pm
  • Cost: FREE
  • Event: Culture in the Square Whitby Library: Aces of Harmony
  • Date: August 4 2015
  • Location:  Whitby Public Library 405 Dundas Street West, Whitby, ON, L1N 6A1
  • Time: 7:00 pm
  • Cost: FREE
  • Event: Culture in the Square Whitby Library:Drifwood Theatre
  • Date: August 11 2015
  • Location:  Whitby Public Library 405 Dundas Street West, Whitby, ON, L1N 6A1
  • Time: 7:00 pm
  • Cost: FREE
  • Event: Culture in the Square Whitby Library: Station Gallery
  • Date: August 18 2015
  • Location:  Whitby Public Library 405 Dundas Street West, Whitby, ON, L1N 6A1
  • Time: 7:00 pm
  • Cost: FREE
  • Event: Culture in the Square Whitby Library: Bruce Gorie and Friends
  • Date: August 25 2015
  • Location:  Whitby Public Library 405 Dundas Street West, Whitby, ON, L1N 6A1
  • Time: 7:00 pm
  • Cost: FREE