“A child and a dog with borrowed glasses” Sagittarius 21
Sabian Sage © 2016 Blain Bovee boveeastrology.com
This Sabian symbol is illuminated at 9:49 AM EST December 11
When attempting to see through borrowed eye-glasses, one will probably squint in a natural attempt to adjust the optical distortion.
It is always good to see things through another person’s eyes… to appreciate another’s perspective. In that way, one broadens the scope of understanding, appreciation and brings an amiable air to all relations.
It is also good to shift perception in grand ways… say, look at things as your ancestors might, or to magnify a small item in order to appreciate the perfect imperfections in all things.
Just as when you wear borrowed glasses, it can blur your vision and bring on dizziness when the spirit of those who have gone before come to visit. It is worth going over things with attentive consideration however, since it is far better to be dizzy, yet attuned with ancestral wisdom, than to constantly blowing the whistle and crying “Foul” about things you probably do not see clearly.