Friends, acquaintance and relatives are supporting your ideas and projects – it does not last for a long time so don’t hesitate to act and get things accomplished. Transiting Sun sextile Moon also gives a positive boost of energy to our emotions. The creative and expressive nature of the sextile aspect makes for a an outgoing attitude and harmonious relationships with friends and family.
Take advantage of this favorable time to promote yourself and ask for favors, as others sense your self-confidence and balanced focus. It’s time to stop making rash decisions and changing your mind at every turn. Trust yourself more! Let up a bit on the demands you make of yourself and others. We are all entitled to change our minds when we feel like it. We all do it. Whether it’s something as simple as backing out on plans or something as major as completely switching careers, we tend to beat ourselves up over the fact that we’ve had a total change of heart. It’s totally understandable (and even recommended) to find out what you like, what you don’t like, and keep making changes from there. Just make sure you do it with integrity. A great way to change your thoughts is to appreciate and enjoy what you already have. This is not to suggest that you should not aspire for a still better life. Enjoy whatever amount of success you have achieved instead of feeling sad about what you have not been able to achieve. There is nothing wrong with always fixing higher benchmarks or goals, but failure to reach them should not spoil your enjoyment of what you already have.
If you were born on August 5th, you are a combination of common sense, practicality and you possess the gambler’s spontaneous gifts of great hunches and lucky ideas. You learn from experience, and throughout your lifetime, realize that you are a catalyst for change in the lives of traditional doers and thinkers. You realize the importance of affection and have started to express it openly. Your cantankerous side is becoming quite lovable.
Daily thought for August 5th: We rate the ability of man on what they finish, not on what they start.