Inspired by a Shakespeare Sonnet, a song by Sting and a powerful cross-transit of Saturn and Neptune in opposition to each other, that is both current planets in opposition to the other on my natal chart.
It worked: Neptune succeeded in dissolving my Saturn's reign of terror in house 10, sitting virtually on, and suffocating my natal sun in Leo, and Saturn succeeded in making my Saggitarian Neptune in House 1 create some structures and boundaries, having said that I will always be impressionable by the suffering of others and have a tendency to manifest it physically.
But that's just astrology waffle for those of you who understand and care, here's the poem:
are nothing like the sun –
How could ever the sun be as dark and deep as his gaze?
His light-swallowing, love-vomiting eyes
invite us to the ecstasy of getting lost.
He's tempting, irresistible
leaving no wish in the heart
but to join him,
feel him, trust him and get lost.
You don't know what you miss, when rejecting the kiss
of universal oneness
that is caressing you all over.
When Neptune calls for you, temptingly
looks at you,
without a sound –
only these eyes, saying:
"Come to me, trust me, share my love,
I'll keep the promise of dissolving you!
Get into me,
you know how good it is,
pure, whirling energy,
forget who you are and feel who I am
so that I may take what was you
and loose myself in it.
There is nothing
as the pleasure of getting lost!"