Janelle Monáe, a Sagittarius.
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Tonight, the sun enters generous Sagittarius, and on Wednesday, communication planet Mercury joins it there. After the concentrated intensity of Scorpion season, Sagittarius season Gives the opportunity to reduce the strength of your muscles, take risks for beautiful ideals and give those around you the benefit of the doubt again. Sagittarius knows the world is full of wonders. This season gives you some faith – and maybe even some concrete proof – that everything will be fine.
Despite what others may sometimes try to tell you, your anger is one of the best things about you, burning and bright and pure. It gives you clarity of purpose, the power to see through all manner of lies, and the ability to create entire new worlds with just your own willpower. This week, don’t hold back your anger – just don’t forget your sweetness. You can get over the life provided by rage, but at the end of the day you are allowed to surrender to the sweetness, the purity of life.
There are people who get caught up in it idea about the universe – in their fantasies, opinions and predictions – that they forget how to see what is really around them. Not you, though. You rarely lose sight of the physical plane and rarely prioritize theory over the sights, sounds, and textures of real life. And still, every once in a while, it’s worth letting your imagination run wild, getting great and glorious and completely unrealistic. This week, don’t let your understanding of the world stop you from dreaming big.
Most of the time, you feel comfortable knowing that some of your projects will fail, some of your journeys will lead to dead ends, and some of your words will be wrong. But recently, this has become more unacceptable. The stakes are higher than ever, just like there’s no time to roam and explore, just like your first guess should always be right. Finally, this week, you can restore confidence in your sometimes volatile process. Mistakes mean you are in motion; they mean you’re trying and you’re on a path that, however indirect, will lead somewhere great.
Most of the time, you’re perfectly happy keeping your ideas to yourself – not because you’re afraid to share but because the joys in your own mind, your company, are just too great. However, this week could be full of fun, if not more, in letting others join you. Right now, people can surprise you with their insight, their generous spirit, and the new lines of thought they help you open up. If you give them a chance to really get to know you, they’ll prove to be able to meet you at your level.
You are skilled at observing what people notice, seeing where attention flows, and focusing in a room. You know how to attract focus and how to avoid it, how to make sure others see you exactly the way you want to be seen. But it looks like this week, oddly enough, is the time to let loose your tightly controlled narrative. Let people see you at your messiest, weirdest moments, at least when you’re put together. Trust that the people you love will love you back even when you’re too tired to do it. They would.
To your own great surprise, you may soon find yourself with a new and unshakable understanding that you are always worthy of good things: happiness, freedom, a healthy planet strength, kindness, peace and a warm place to sleep. After so much time arguing with the world – and with yourself – that you deserve to be here, this week you can truly find yourself believing it. Even though you still have work to do, you have nothing to prove, and your job now is to remember that.
Intellectually, you know that you don’t have to be perfect, that you can not become perfect. Emotionally, however, there is always some part of you that strives to have the right opinion, to express yourself always clearly, to make only the right choices, to execute every plan. without any problems. This week, you have the opportunity to unleash your desire for perfection in favor of exciting and messy possibilities. Being bold can be more fun, more general, and more beautiful than getting things right all the time. So, from now on, try to prioritize bravery.
You often try to quell any feeling of optimism as soon as it arises. It’s a habit so ingrained that you hardly even notice you’re doing it, so this week, try to resist the urge. Try to purposefully instill hope in your heart no matter how useless or stupid it may feel at first. Right now, the goal isn’t to diagnose exactly how bad things are – but to expand on what you believe is possible. Before you can move towards a better future, you have to let yourself believe that one thing is possible.
After a long season of hiding emotions, trying not to show off, shrinking as small as possible, the universe is finally giving you a chance to expand again. Make it a priority now to move and wander and dream. It’s been hard to remember this lately, but you’re here to do more than survive, rather than just suffer every day. Your ambitions are coming to life – let them be. Anything can happen next. Life can be dull, maybe, pinched and empty, but it won’t stay that way forever. It has changed.
People always recommend focusing on the process, not the outcome. But it’s hard to take it seriously when you know the outcome in depth do Van dyke. They determine how others treat you and how you can live. You don’t work as hard as you do just for the sake of it. You are trying to build something real. But even so, when you’re goal-oriented all of time, you lose the fun of open-ended exploration. This week, you might be surprised at how refreshing a bit of aimlessness can be.
One of your great gifts is your willingness to work hard – to rebel against peerless authority, to challenge the wisdom of the masses, to question even your own happiness. Not everyone is careful about maintaining their integrity, but you are. Trouble is, this often makes you harder on yourself than it should be. It also makes you doubt about everything bring happiness, comfort or a little hope. This week, if optimism tries to get into your heart, let it be. It won’t make you soft or gullible, and it can ease you forward.
You’ve spent a lot of your life working on building yourself up, becoming wiser, stronger, and better at what you do. But at some point, you start to notice that the excitement has disappeared from your activities. You may find yourself missing out on the joy of freedom you used to feel before you knew what you were doing, when everything was an adventure and no one had any expectations of you. This week, try to find opportunities to be a seeker, to be a learner, not an expert. You can reconnect with the thrill of the unknown.
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