Please some insight a reading from Hans if you can?



  • Dear Hans,

    I was needing some insight on a possible new relationship,

    my birthdate is 3/28/66 5:24, his is Nov. 30th, 1967.

    I had been in a long term relationship with a very controlling Cancer,

    so much so I am still finding out who I am and what I am wanting out of life,

    This man is such a kind person who I have known for 4 years, just thought I would ask what

    you could read into this??

    Many thanks, as I know that you always have alot going on! 🙂



  • lissette89,

    I was needing some insight on a possible new relationship: you think that outside are so many people clinging to you.

    my birthdate is 3/28/66 5:24: this speaks of changes and restlessness in your heart which can manifest in many ways. At the deepest level, you will probably be feeling a dissatisfaction with your current relationship or home situation and desire some sort of change. There is always the chance of a separation or divorce with someone you love, but there is an equal possibility that you will be taking a trip or moving to a new home. The highest manifestation is that of going out and meeting new people, telling others about what you are doing and who you are. You can make important contacts.

    what you could read into this?? first you need more clarity, who you are and what you are wanting out of life.

    Who is going to change? Everybody thinks

    somebody else is responsible.

    One of India's great emperors was Akbar. There is an

    incident in his life recorded in AKBAR MAMAZ -- "the

    biography of Akbar."

    One day he was just chit-chatting with his

    friends.... And he had around him the very best,

    wisest, most creative people chosen from every part of

    the country.

    His court jester was standing just by his side.

    By the way, you should understand it: in all the

    courts of all great emperors there used to be a jester,

    whose whole function was to keep the court from

    becoming too serious, to keep the court light, playful

    -- once in a while, an explosion of laughter.

    It was a great insight to have a court jester, and he

    used to be one of the wisest men of those days --

    because it was not an easy phenomenon.

    Birbal was Akbar's court jester. And as they were

    discussing, Akbar slapped Birbal -- for no reason at

    all.

    Now you cannot slap the emperor back, but the slap

    has to go somewhere -- so he slapped the person who was

    standing next to him.

    Everybody thought, "This is strange!" There was no

    reason in the first place. Suddenly, as if a madness

    had got hold of Akbar, he slapped poor Birbal. And that

    man is also strange. Rather than asking, "Why have you

    slapped me?" he simply slapped the man who was standing

    by his side!

    And that man, thinking perhaps this was the rule of

    the court, slapped the next person. In a chain, it went

    all over the court.

    And you will be surprised: that night, Akbar's wife

    slapped him! And he said, "Why are slapping me?"

    She said, "That is not the question; a game is a

    game."

    He said, "Who told you that this is a game?"

    She said, "We have been hearing the whole day long

    that a great game has started in the court. The only

    rule is you cannot hit the person back, you have to

    find somebody else to hit. And somebody has hit me --

    so your slap has come back to you, the game is

    complete!"

    In this big world, thousands of insane games are

    going on, and we are all participants -- of course in

    very small measures, according to your capacity. But

    remember, the slap is going to come back to you sooner

    or later. Where else will it go?

    Whatever comes to you, remember, it is your doing.



  • Dear Hans, alot to ponder, you are so insightful, thank you so much! 🙂



  • lissette89,

    Mr. and Mrs. Polite live in a nice big house in

    Propertown, U.S.A. And they are really polite. When

    Mrs. Polite brings Mr. Polite his dinner, he says,

    "Thank you so much, darling."

    And Mrs. Polite says, "Oh you are so welcome,

    sweetheart. Actually, I should thank you for being such

    a lovely husband to serve."

    Then Mr. Polite says, "No, I should doubly thank you

    for being such a lovely wife ...." And so on.

    Anyway, they are all so polite that one evening Mr.

    Polite sees a lonely middle-aged fellow standing in the

    rain. Politely, he invites the stranger into the house

    for a nice, hearty meal. Two hours later, Mr. Polite

    stumbles across the stranger making love in the hallway

    to their lovely daughter, Pussy Polite.

    Upon seeing this, Mr. Polite says, very politely,

    "Pussy, dear, where are your manners? Arch your back

    and help the gentleman to get his balls off this cold

    marble floor!"



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