Living Now - - Insight & Experience -

From 20th Jan­uary to 18th Fe­bru­ary the sun trav­els through fixed air sign Aquarius, noted for his egal­i­tar­ian na­ture, pro­gres­sive ideas and hu­man­i­tar­ian bent. Aquarius is the eleventh sign of the zo­diac with key­words ‘I am dif­fer­ent’ and ‘I am de­tached’. Aquar­i­ans are both rad­i­cal and im­mov­able at the same time. They will of­ten es­pouse a so­cial or re­li­gious move­ment such as fem­i­nism, Bud­dhism or en­vi­ron­men­tal­ism, and then re­main com­mit­ted to it for the rest of their lives. Those born un­der the sign of the wa­ter bearer of­ten look to the fu­ture and have fine minds and a higher vi­sion for so­ci­ety. Many Aquar­i­ans ex­cel in the ar­eas of sci­ence, tech­nol­ogy and pol­i­tics. At best they use their cool­headed ide­al­ism to serve hu­man­ity. Neg­a­tively, Aquar­i­ans can be de­tached and aloof with a re­bel­lious or fa­nat­i­cal streak. In med­i­cal as­trol­ogy, Aquarius rules the calves, an­kles and gen­eral cir­cu­la­tion. When Aquar­i­ans are out of bal­ance they can suf­fer from vari­cose veins, sprained an­kles, ir­reg­u­lar­i­ties of the heart ac­tion and fluid build-up. The Aquar­ian colours are turquoise, aqua and sil­ver. Aquarius’s great­est les­son is to learn to care for and re­late to in­di­vid­u­als rather than groups. Launch projects at the new moon, bring them to com­ple­tion in the pe­riod from just be­fore the full moon to the third quar­ter phase, and wind them down and re­flect on de­vel­op­ments in the week be­fore the next new moon. Im­por­tant events such as par­ties, con­fer­ences and weddings are best held close to the full moon or when the moon is in the same sign as your star sign. ■

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