Sagittarius forecast for Wednesday September 23, 2020
Nothing is as unifying as a collective sense of outrage and indignation. If we're seething with inner furies, we'll seize the chance to rant and rage, gossip and bluster. It's cathartic and, for a time, it works. But there's only so long that social interactions and a sense of belonging can be founded on anger and injustice. We need more than negativity to sustain us. The cosmic outlook encourages you to take an opportunity to build a bridge, make a connection, or reach shared understanding. Don't waste it!
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September 22, 2020
Things will go swimmingly today. Ah, but how swimmingly? Are we talking a laboured length of butterfly or backstroke? Or effortless lengths of front crawl? Well, that all depends on where you set the goalposts - and on how well you can swim! As long as you're pushing yourself, then even a width across the pool is impressive. Your objectives are valid - and success of any magnitude is something to be celebrated. As long as you can find a way to enjoy what you do, you'll be amazed at how far you can go.
September 21, 2020
'How are you doing? You keep saying that you're fine, but is that true? Maybe the fact that you keep saying it is a sign of the fact that you're not. You're just pretending to be fine aren't you?' There's nothing like the above kind of one-sided conversation to put us off balance and make us doubt how okay we are. You're doing fine, apart from the fact that you've got someone whose questions are undermining your confidence. The Equinox empowers you to let go of unwanted projections.
September 20, 2020
Your Weekly Love Focus Horoscope: Many actors claim never to read what the critics say; yet they often seem to know when they have good notices. Maybe they're just good at acting at being unfazed by criticism. Harsh judgment - and sometimes just the fear of it - can be stultifying. But if we live our lives being anxious about what others might think, we condemn ourselves to unhappiness. It would be foolish to disregard all comments always, but you're the one with all the facts this Equinox week. Have faith in yourself.
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September 19, 2020
Your Weekly Horoscope: The planetary alignments never prevent us from doing things. Nor do they ever force us into action. They simply combine to create a climate in which some things are easier to do than others. You've been finding it hard to focus on a specific plan. As soon as you arrange things, something disruptive occurs. Could this be a sign that you're barking up the wrong tree? This week, the Equinox gifts you with the insight and determination to continue in an innovative way. The path to success is getting easier.
September 18, 2020
Psychologists tell us that love opens our hearts to life; that without it, we tend to hold ourselves back. Yet surely it depends on what we've fallen in love with. People, emotions, and habits can be as toxic as they are enabling. Suppose, for example, we're in love with fear? Well, since opposites attract, maybe strong emotions can be substituted one for another? You're being empowered to make a positive change this weekend. You can replace a negative emotion with a healthy one.
September 17, 2020
Why do we bother to have feelings? Would anyone ever choose to feel sadness, anger or pain when we could simply... not? But what's the alternative? Would you compromise joy and hope just to be free of their opposites? Of course, we all have difficult days and painful memories. But aren't we more than recompensed by the ability to lift others up, to console and be consoled, to love and be loved in return? The New Moon brings a reminder of just how much you have to cherish.
September 16, 2020
Rain trickles into streams. Streams flow into rivers - and rivers make their way into the sea. The real question, then, is: what happens to the sea? Well, as any good geography student will tell you, the water evaporates, gradually condenses into clouds, which drift across the land where they eventually fall as rain. Thus the whole water cycle begins again. Where in your world is a routine beginning to feel inevitably repetitive? A slight change, during the Dark of the Moon, will make a big difference.