A brand of sadness that is over-thought, prolonged, and can be caused by any reason regardless of its magnitude. It’s a very personal, heavy-weighing sadness. Melancholy feeds on pensive self-reflection in such a low state, reflecting lower and lower on itself until you can’t see anything other than sadness.
To be mercurial describes someone who’s changeable, unpredictable, clever, lively, quick-witted. People with Mercurial style are skilled at distancing or distracting themselves from reality when it is painful or harsh. (Mercury was the ancient Roman god of commerce and messenger of the gods, and the planet Mercury was named after the Roman god.)
To place in a position of marginal importance, influence, or power.
“Carl Jung…maintains that our mental health depends on our SHADOW, that part of our psyche that harbors our darkest energies, such as melancholia and murderousness. The more we repress the morbid, the more it foments neuroses or psychoses. To achieve wholeness, we must acknowledge our most demonic inclinations.”
The Moral, The Morbid
Dark, enigmatic, mystical, strange
Fortune Friday: “You have an unusual magnetic personality. Just be aware of your polarity.”
Possessing many abilities or perspectives; complex; diverse.
Not adapted (or used) to a new environment or situation.
As in Maleficent:
“…the moral to it is we can all feel dark ourselves but not to lose hope because there is light in places where we might not be expecting.”
Holding or manifesting high principles for proper conduct.
Anarchistic, defiant, rebellious, headstrong.
♂ Astrological keywords: Aggression, Action, Desire, Courage, Passion, Raw Energy. Ruling planet of Aries; embodies masculine energies.
Raw energy + action = the need to be physically in motion.
Doing things very carefully and with great attention to detail.
(If something is worth doing, it’s worth doing well.)
As in Heavy Mëtal