HEALTH AND WELL-BE­ING

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Most Vir­gos have an in­stinc­tive sense of how to look after them­selves – what to eat, when and what to avoid. It’s the same with ex­er­cise, although of­ten for a Virgo this will take the form of walk­ing, em­brac­ing a phys­i­cally chal­leng­ing pas­time from rock-climb­ing to run­ning. How­ever, as a Virgo, you also love rou­tine, so may have been eat­ing the same way and un­der­tak­ing the same ac­tiv­i­ties for a long time. The thing about this is, while you’ve changed, your regimes haven’t. The mo­ment has come to review these. In fact, events may force you to ex­plore, ei­ther be­cause of life­style changes that re­quire a di­etary re­think or, per­haps you’ve be­come sen­si­tive from eat­ing lit­er­ally, too much of a good thing. It’s the same with your ac­tiv­i­ties, which are ben­e­fi­cial but pre­dictable. If you re­ceive an of­fer to do some­thing new and, prob­a­bly un­fa­mil­iar, don’t com­plain you’re sched­ule is full. In­stead, make time, be­cause it’s these sur­prise ideas and of­fers that will lead to break­throughs as thrilling as they are unan­tic­i­pated. An­other va­ri­ety of fit­ness in­volves be­ing able to re­lax. While med­i­ta­tion is renowned for that, so are nu­mer­ous sur­pris­ing ac­tiv­i­ties. Here, too, it’s about dis­cov­ery. Ex­per­i­ment. You might soon dis­cover that, un­ex­pect­edly, you’re more re­laxed.

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