Could Linda, who wrote the following on the old Q board, if by luck she sees this post, upload a chart with a skipped step whose resolution point is the SN, and kindly name a few indicators in that chart of how to work with the SN "in a new way"? This Linda is listed as a very active member. I would be grateful for a more substantive explanation. I have puzzled over this for some time.
"If the Resolution Node is the South Node, which on the surface doesn't make much sense - why would one need to develop the past habitual patterns? The meaning is, the South Node past habitual patterns need to be developed IN A NEW WAY. Developing the Resolution Node unties the knots that are at the root of the skipping pattern."
And could Linda or anyone knowledgable discuss the implications of this resolution point conjunct the ASC? Many thanks.