Today is the last day of the Waxing Gibbous Moon as the Full Moon will be evident tomorrow. This Moon in Pisces will bring you clarity and wisdom. Listen to the quiet voice of your intuition, particularly to help you overcome any possible disappointments in life. We can’t ignore the power of our gut feelings, our intuition, because we have all experienced them before and they are usually right. Intuition is largely a matter of trusting, to know which direction we should be heading in, but nothing can ever run perfectly to plan all of the time. When we listen to your intuition, we have clarity around who we really are and what we were meant to do in this life, and which path is best for us to take. When we’re aligned with your purpose, we become clear on your value and that leads to a greater self empowerment. Intuition can come in many forms — a voice inside our head, shivers running down our back, or a weird feeling deep in the pit of our stomach —its job is still the same: to give us information we need to know in that moment. Of all the reasons to use our gut instincts to make big decisions, or decide who we can trust, intuition can lead to the choices that are most fully satisfying — decisions that can improve the quality of our life.
If you were born on September 23rd, you possess an outgoing personality and a sunny disposition that assures your popularity wherever you go. Your knack for coping with the unexpected gives you the confidence to try different things and engage in unusual and exciting new adventures. Your conversations are never dull or boring. You aim to make your mark in the world. Because you are sympathetic and capable, others are attracted to you for help and support. You easily attract friends and partners. If you refrain from being overly serious in your relationships, you may find love and happiness. Try to have fun and to be lighthearted. Pay more heed to your heart and less to the impression you are making.
Daily thought for September 23rd: Thank God for your children. Listen for His advice. The change in your child and your relationship with your child is likely to be remarkable, even miraculous.