This Week’s Horoscope
You feel as though you haven’t been acknowledged lately and it feels like you would like to be center stage for a little bit. You’ve earned acknowledgements from those around you – which could be your kids, if you have them. You might find yourself meeting a younger person this week that will help you find what you’re looking for – and in case you don’t know, it’s the feeling of being valuable and worthy to those around you.
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All About Sagittarius (November 22 – December 21)
Sagittarians are truly the goofballs of the zodiac, and after Scorpio, the universe needs a little comic relief. Sagittarius’ main goal in life is to figure out the secrets of the universe, and most specifically, the meaning of life. How is that done?
Through many things. Education, travel, writing – and of course, pilgrimages — Sag’s have to always be exploring and having adventures. By being forever moving and experiencing life in this way, they will feel as though their lives are continually expanding in the best possible way. Always seeking and discovering!
Often, Sagittarius will find certain careers attractive – such as the law, writing and teaching. In all those fields, they can find
adventure through the mind’s journey instead. And their mind expanding at the same time.
Sagittarius is ruled by Jupiter. Jupiter is the biggest planet in our universe and it’s so symbolic of the true essence of Sagittarius. The idea of Jupiter is about expansion of consciousness.
Associated body part: The thigh. Its amazing that the largest bone in the body takes after the largest planet in the solar system!
The Issues of challenges: If there is a problematic area for Sagittarius, it would be that there is a tendency for taking risks, and also, there is a cavalier attitude about things. Sarcasm can be pretty thick, and they take things pretty lightly. The issues of joy: Truly, when Sagittarius is skiing down a huge
The issues of joy: Truly, when Sagittarius is skiing down a huge hill, then climbs aboard a plane to Timbuktu, then heads off to an ashram – all in one day – that is complete joy to them. The adventure is the thing, and always present in their lives.