Aug 23 - Sept 22
- You recognize that your overanalytical approach sometimes creates a gulf between you and others. Nevertheless, you’re ready to set your data aside and fully engage reality today, whatever might be waiting in the wings. However, the Moon’s shift into your 4th House of Security reminds you that you can’t always ignore your basic needs. Acknowledge your desire to break free and move into uncharted territory now. Astronaut Frank Borman said, “Exploration is really the essence of the human spirit.”
- People appear to give you mixed signals today. However, you’re unlikely to lose your center of gravity while the Sagittarius Moon collaborates with stabilizing Saturn in your 4th House of Foundations. Stop looking to others for solutions now; you won’t find any clues as long as you doubt your own decisions. Ultimately, the assurances you seek must come from within. Nobel laureate Richard Feynman said, “I would rather have questions that can’t be answered than answers that can’t be questioned.”
- A sudden change in your cash flow could be a catalyst that prompts you to reassess your financial condition. Whether you’re confronted with an unexpected expense or blessed with a windfall now, this is an opportunity to solidify your position for the long term. However, you must be careful not to let your imagination run away with the possibilities. An ample dose of pragmatism enables you to stabilize your world by cultivating a healthier relationship with your possessions.
Unless you're having a secret love affair, you might feel cheated out of this week's fantastic romantic aspects. The truth is, you and your partner might be arguing over a domestic matter, and if that's the case, you might lose your cool. Screaming your head off usually isn't your style, but you might stoop to that level by Saturday if you're not super aware of your actions. What seems to be irking you the most is that you truly are doing it all these days. It's time to tell your love that something needs to change. FYI: Communication will work much better than throwing a tantrum.