Week of September 1 | Free Will Astrology


RAM (March 21-April 19)
Aries poet Anna Kamienska wrote: “I learned to value failed conversations, missed connections, confusions. What remains is what is not said, what is underneath. Understanding on another level of being. In the weeks to come, I suggest you take his point of view by evaluating past and present experiences. You will likely find little treasures in what you thought was wasteland. You can discover inspiring clues in the plot twists that initially frustrated you. Upon closer examination, interludes that you dismissed as unimportant or uninteresting might reveal valuable wrinkles.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20)
After studying your astrological omens, I decided to take inspiration from the ancient Roman poet Catullus. I hope that the extravagant spirit of his words will free you from being greedy for the delights of love and affection. Catullus wrote: “Give me a thousand kisses, then a hundred; then another thousand, then a second hundred; then another thousand. I will add the following to Catullus’ call: Look for an abundance of endearing words, sweet favors and gifts, hugs and massages, help in your work, and fabulous orgasms. If there is no one in your life to offer you such blessings, bestow them on yourself.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20)
Gemini author Elif Batuman writes that the language of Old Uzbek was rich in expressions about crying. There were “words to want to cry and not be able, to cry loudly like thunder in the clouds, to cry gasping, to cry inwardly or secretly, to cry incessantly with a loud voice, to cry in hiccups and to cry while uttering the sound ‘hay hay’. I recommend all of this to you in the days to come, as well as more that you might dream of. Why? This is the perfect time to seek the invigorating release and renewal that comes from tears generated by deep and mysterious feelings.

CANCER (June 21-July 22)
A blogger named MythWoven imagines an “alternate universe where I literally go to school forever (for free) so that I can learn art, literature, history, and languages ​​for 100 years.” No professional skills. No credit requirement. No student loan. Just learning. I have desires like his. There is in me an eternal student who wants to be constantly surprised by exciting information on interesting subjects. I would like to continually add new skills and abilities to my repertoire. In the weeks to come, I will let this part of myself run free. I recommend you do the same, fellow Cancer.

LEO (July 23-August 22)
In 2016, the International Garden Photograph of the Year portrayed lush lupine flowers in New Zealand. The sea of ​​tall purple, pink and blue flowers has been hailed as “an elegant symphony” and “a joy to behold”. What the judges didn’t mention is that lupine is an invasive species in New Zealand. It forces native plant species out of their habitat, which in turn drives away native animal species, including birds like the crooked beak, black stilt, and striped fruit bat. Is there a metaphorically comparable phenomenon in your life, Leo? Problematic beauty? An influence that is both seductive and tangy? A wonderful thing that can also be annoying? The coming weeks will be a good time to try to remedy the situation.

VIRGIN (23 August-22 September)
“I often wonder who I am, where is my country, where is my place and why was I born”, wrote the author of the Virgin, Jean Rhys (1890-1979). I don’t think you’ll be agitated by these questions for the next eight weeks, Virgo. In fact, I suspect you will feel as secure as you have been for a long time. You will enjoy extended clarity about your role in the world, the nature of your desires, and how you should plan your life for the next two years. If for some inexplicable reason you are not already enjoying these developments, stop what you are doing and ponder the likelihood that I am telling you the bold truth.

BALANCE (23 Sep-22 Oct)
Several states in the United States have laws prohibiting blasphemy. Saying “My God” could theoretically get you fined in Massachusetts, South Carolina, and Wyoming. In the next few days, it’s best to proceed cautiously in places like these, since you’ve been allowed by the cosmic forces to swear more often and louder than usual. Why? Because you need to call out loud and intense protests against influences which can be inhibiting and impinge on the style of your soul. You have a poetic license to rebel against the conventions that oppress you.

SCORPIO (23 Oct-21 Nov)
Everyone has at least three dreams a night. In one year, your subconscious generates more than 1,100 dreams. Regarding this remarkable fact, novelist Mila Kundera writes: “Dreaming is not simply an act of coded communication. It is also an aesthetic activity, a game which is of value in itself. Dreaming about things that haven’t happened is among the deepest needs of humanity. I draw your attention to this, Scorpio, because September is Honor Your Dreams month. To celebrate, I offer you the following experiences. 1. Each night before sleeping, write down a question that you would like your dreams to answer. 2. Keep a notebook by your bed and write down at least one dream every time you sleep. 3. In the morning, have fun imagining what the dreams of the previous night might be trying to communicate to you. 4. Say prayers of gratitude to your dreams, thanking them for their provocative and entertaining stories.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22-Dec 21)
In her autobiography Changer, Sagittarius actor Liv Ullmann expresses grief over how she and a loved one have failed to communicate essential truths to each other. I suggest we consider her as your anti-role model for the rest of 2021. Use her mistake as inspiration. Make an emotionally intelligent effort to talk about the unspoken that linger as ghostly puzzles between you and your loved ones.

CAPRICORN (December 22-January 19)
“I could do with a little more excess,” writes author Joanne Harris. “From now on, I’m going to be excessive and volatile,” she swears. “I will appreciate the loud music and the sordid poetry. I will be endemic. Let’s be clear, Capricorn: I’m not urging you to be immoderate, volatile, excessive, and endemic every day for the rest of your long life. But I think you will generate some health benefits and good luck if you experiment with this approach in the weeks to come. Can you think of any relatively healthy and sane ways to afford this wholesome luxury?

AQUARIUS (January 20-February 18)
Wading through the wilder terrain of the internet, I found a provocative quote said to have been uttered by the ancient Greek philosopher Socrates. He reportedly said, “My ultimate goal is to look totally sexy, but not to be unreachable.” I admit that in the past I have sometimes been deceived by fake quotes, and I suspect that it is. Still, it’s fun to consider the possibility that a figure as august as Socrates, a major influencer in Western culture, could say something so cute and familiar. Even if he didn’t really say it, I like the idea of ​​mixing ancient wisdom with modern ideas, seriousness with silliness, thoughtful analysis with pleasure. In keeping with astrological omens, I recommend that you experiment with comparable hybrids in the coming weeks. (PS: one of your goals should be to look totally sexy, but not unattainable.)

PISCES (February 19-March 20)
“If you don’t know what you want,” writes Fish novelist Chuck Palahniuk, “you end up with a lot of things you don’t know”. Very true! And at this time, it is very important to keep this in mind. Over the next few weeks, you will be at the peak of your ability to attract what you want and need. Wouldn’t you rather bring together the influences that you really desire, as opposed to those in which you have little or no interest? Define your desires and needs very precisely.


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