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Spotlight on Libra – 2015

Spotlight on Libra – 2015
September 23 - October 23

Upheaval can go on for just so long before it starts feeling normal. That’s one of this year’s gifts for you, Libra, and with sugar on top. The roller coaster ride that’s been masquerading as your marriage and home life? You’re getting the hang of it. Wising up to how it frees you, even. And when you loosen your vise-like grip (what, you? controlling? c’mon, that smile isn’t fooling anyone), when you let your arms fly above your head, lo and behold: The track smooths out. Again and again and again.

Also making the ride more comfortable is the cosmic night light that’s beaming gentle reassurance and optimism into your very cells, night and day, no matter what. (That’s another one of this year’s gifts.) The bulb’s long-life, guaranteed to shine into next September. Its glow will entice you to disconnect from the daily grind and rest, regroup and recharge. For yourself, on your own terms.

Those concepts — for yourself, on your own terms — are a pivotal plot driver this fall. A major chapter is closing in how you get along with others, and it coincides with new found stability at home. (See? Another gift.) A revamped foundation for your very existence is settling into place. Simpler, maybe. Sturdier, for sure. And built to support you for the long haul.

October, March and June bring construction milestones in this remodeling process. Along the way, you get some … personal growth, let’s call it. November sees you speaking up for yourself with grace, ease and uncommon effectiveness. Remind yourself how well that went when the urge resurfaces, as it will, to dress your meaning up in niceties instead of stating it plainly. Indirectness will have repercussions, particularly in March.

Besides, you’ll be needing your attention for your own well-being this spring. Something’s up with what you’re putting your body through daily: Looney Tunes coworkers, weird reactions to food, a mystifying health issue. Keeping to routine won’t solve the mystery, but a time out will help. Lucky you’ve got that night light; bask in it and and let a proper course of action come to you. Lucky, too, that secure and stable foundation is sinking into place beneath you.

Funny how they’re connected. The more you take down time, the more solid the ground is beneath your feet. The more your home life settles down, the easier it is to indulge in time for yourself. The teamwork is giving you a sense of security that has staying power. That will only grow and deepen. That supports a straightforward regard for your own needs. And that’s the year’s gift that keeps on giving.

About Kathy Biehl

Kathy Biehl is the professional astrologer behind EmpowermentUnlimited.net. If you've ever been curious about a reading, HotFlashDaily thinks Ms. Biehl is the woman to talk to!

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