Astrology Temples
  • First House:The soul seeks to express itself through the ego and learn about its special features
  • Second House:The experience of the ego through creativity and the threads we can hold in our hands. Finding soul intimacy with material reality
  • Third House:Creating a language that expresses the movement and fabric of the soul through the mind
  • Fourth House:Understanding the journey of the soul through many lifetimes, to acknowledge and recognise the birth of the ego with the birth of the soul at the beginning of universal history
  • Fifth House:The ego learns to express it's 'true self' in this very moment, and acts as a vessel for the soul dance. The ego experiences the delight of incarnation
  • Sixth House:The soul is centered in the present moment. The ego seeks to understand time, ritual, and comfort within bodily confines
  • Seventh House:The joining of male and female (or male/male, female/female) for the facilitation of a new soul to enter. The ego seeks to understand a different perspective
  • Eighth House:Ego consciousness and soul are united, divine truths are discovered. Ego is confronted with the needs of the soul
  • Ninth House:Consciousness seeks to understand and relate its experience through natural laws and the higher mind to generate wisdom
  • Tenth House:The ego seeks to radiate its identity as powerfully and presently as the Sun so the soul can show people what it came here on Earth to do
  • Eleventh House:The ego's identification with the collective. Molding the jewels of the inner world into the outer
  • Twelfth House:The ego seeks to experience itself through the soul and complete evaporation and intimacy into the Creator
  • C.


Instant Couscous

(note: I submitted this to nomoreramen earlier today, but I thought it would suit this blog too)

I often struggle to remember/have energy to prepare lunch. My solution was buying these packets of instant couscous:

However! They were costing me about £4/week, so I decided to make my own.
This recipe makes a huge batch of dried couscous, and you can rehydrate a portion at a time when you need it.


  • 1kg bag of dried vegetables (you can buy them online)
  • 2kg dried couscous
  • ½ jar dried garlic granules
  • 5 spoons of bouillon powder / 5 crumbled stock cubes

The seasoning can be adjusted according to taste - try using other herbs and spices. Smoked paprika is good!

How to make the couscous mix:

Mix all the ingredients together, then transfer to a container for storage - I used a giant saucepan to mix them in and then transferred the mix into tupperware containers.

There’s a lot of mixture, so if your arms tire easily, it’s best to do this on a day when you have plenty of spoons. Or reduce the quantities so it needs less energy to mix.

How to prepare the couscous:

When you’re ready to eat, scoop half a cup of couscous mix into a mug or bowl. Add enough boiling water to cover the couscous completely. Wait a few minutes for the water to be absorbed.

BOOM. Done.

Downside: it is quite a big financial outlay when you make a batch
Upside: once you’ve made a batch, it’ll last a long time

I made my current batch in April, I’m about half-way through now, and it cost just over £15 (including P&P for the dried vegetables). It would have cost me about £28 in couscous packets for the same length of time, and I’ve still got loads left!