Daily Astrology

September 12 Astrology Reading

Monthly Horoscopes » September 12 Astrology Reading



Monthly Horoscopes

Daily Astrology

The Waxing Crescent Moon is more visible at 11%, located in Libra, and becoming stronger with restlessness overtones.  Today, you’re feeling restless and will find it difficult to stay cooped up for very long. When you feel the tension building, it’s time to get some exercise or spend time outdoors where you can be close to nature.  Whenever you feel bored you will feel restless.  Restlessness is an indication of the body; the body is saying, “Move away from here. Go anywhere, but don’t be here.” But, the mind goes on smiling and the eyes go on sparkling, and you go on saying that you are listening.  Human beings are social creatures. We need to feel included — to be part of a tribe of like-minded individuals who share similar goals. Joining a community of people may help you stay accountable, encouraged, and inspired. Whether it’s trying different foods, listening to new music, taking a drive to an unknown locale, or going to an art opening, mixing things up can help you fight restlessness. Helping other people can often be an excellent way of reducing the restlessness and to fight against negative thoughts.  By helping other people, a person usually feels better about themselves.

If you were born on September 12th, you are intuitive, sensitive and possess good reasoning power. Friendly and intelligent, you often display your witty personality. You find it easy to make friends and captivate people with your charm.  When faced with choices, you need to guard against losing energy to emotional worry or indecision, particularly in your close relationships. When you achieve the balance between your need to define yourself and an inclination to be supportive of others, you will experience much success.  In love, you are loyal and supportive as long as you receive respect and are not taken for granted.

Daily thought for September 12th: Maintaining your integrity is a seven-day-a-week job. It requires an ongoing supply of character and a steady flow of trustworthiness.

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail