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Whatever the specific details are, your life is being subjected to the powerful ongoing T-square happening in the sky right now. Saturn squares Pluto, which in turn squares Jupiter and Uranus. It's been a long time since the Zodiac provided that kind of tension... and this weekend, the Moon and (more dramatically) Mars are joining in the fiasco. No matter what the specifics of the challenges you're currently facing, here's a metaphor that will hopefully help:
No one knows for sure what would happen if you jumped out of a spaceship without a helmet into deep space. No one has been stupid (or homicidal) enough to try. Everyone agrees it would be fatal though, whether in 15 seconds or a minute and a half, or something in between. Your head won't explode, like some movies have shown. But your eardrums will rupture. The tiny blood vessels in your face will burst, making you look like an organic jigsaw puzzle. The fluid in your eyeballs will likely begin to boil in a few seconds.. And of course there's no air, so if you don't instantly freeze solid and/or get char-broiled (depending on your distance from the Sun) the excruciating pain will soon be followed by death.
Why would anyone do that to themselves?
Imagine for a moment that your safe, well-ordered life is suddenly and dramatically revealed to you to be the thing that is trying to destroy you. And when I say "suddenly and dramatically," I mean "you've willingly strapped yourself to a ticking time bomb for the entire journey, and are only now realizing it."
Imagine that the Supreme Intelligence running your universe appears to be out to get you. And you beg It/Him/Her to save you. And the answer you receive is...
"I'm sorry, Dave. I'm afraid I can't do that."
And when you get right down to it... it's jump, or die. And you didn't bring your helmet. And this time, there won't be Angels waiting to catch you. All Angels can do, after all, is try to show you what's right and then hope you'll play along. But with luck, and skill, and (above all) bravery... you'll know what to do. And you'll do it. And maybe...
...you'll make it.
It's either that, or carry on with the situation as it stands, knowing that it will be a much slower and more familiar death.
Remain calm. Assess your options and resources without fear. And then...