Horoscopes for AUGUST 26 – SEPTEMBER 1 | Astrology of Free Will | Salt lake city

ARIES (March 21-April 19)
Aries mythologist Joseph Campbell advised us to love our destiny. He said we should be like, “Whatever fate I am, this is what I need. Even if an event seems disturbing or disruptive, we treat it as an opportunity, as an interesting challenge. “If you bring love to this moment, not discouragement,” Campbell said, “you will find strength.” Campbell concludes that any detour or disarray that you can learn from “is an improvement in your character, in your stature, and in your life.” What a privilege! Few zodiac signs are inclined to enthusiastically adopt such an approach, but you Aries are the most likely to do so. Now is a particularly good time to use it.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20)
The brilliant Taurus dancer and choreographer Martha Graham spoke of “a vitality, a life force, an acceleration that translates through you into action”, adding that “there is only one. of you at all times “. She added: “It’s not up to you to determine how good it is, or how it compares to other expressions. It’s up to you to keep it clear and straight, to keep the channel open. . ” But even if you do this very well, Graham said, you will still feel “a divine dissatisfaction, a blessed restlessness” that will fuel you. This is the perfect message for you, Taurus, to embrace in the weeks to come.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20)
There is more and more scientific evidence that we make ourselves stupid by complaining too much or even listening to others complain a lot. Excessive negative thoughts drain energy from our hippocampus, a part of our brain that is essential for problem solving. This does not mean, of course, that we should avoid dealing with difficult issues. But it does suggest that we should be careful about how many disturbing and depressing ideas we harbor. From my reading of Omens, this will be especially helpful to you in the weeks to come.

CANCER (June 21-July 22)
Your brain contains a hundred billion nerve cells. Each cell has the potential to be linked to tens of thousands of others. And they are always busy. Typically, your brainpower makes a million new connections every second. But I suspect that your number of connections will increase even further beyond that in the coming weeks. Your more complex organ will be working with greater intensity than usual. Will this be a bad thing or a good thing? It depends on whether you formulate the intention to channel your intelligence into a judicious analysis of important matters and not waste it carelessly bothering yourself with insignificant details.

LEO (July 23-August 22)
“You should have a sticky soul,” advises author Elizabeth Berg. “Continually absorbing things should be as much a part of you as the color of your hair.” I especially approve of this attitude for you over the next four weeks, Leo. Your task is to make yourself very magnetic for all the perceptions, experiences, ideas, connections and resources that you need the most. By September 23, I suspect you will have gained an infusion of additional weight and gravity.

VIRGIN (23 August-22 September)
“I sing like the nightingale whose melody is piled up in the too narrow passage of his throat,” writes author Virginia Woolf. It was an insulting curse for her to fall on herself. I disapprove of such behavior, especially for you in the coming weeks. If you hope to be in tune with the cosmic rhythms, do not dare to say nasty things about yourself, even in the privacy of your own thoughts. In fact, please focus on the exact opposite: giving each other compliments and compliments.

BALANCE (23 Sep-22 Oct)
The blogger from www-wlw.tumblr.com says the following are the most tender actions: 1, Tying clothes or jewelry for your companion; 2, let them rest their head on your shoulder; 3, play lazily with their hands; 4, brush a sheet of their hair; 5, locking auriculars; 6, rubbing their back when kissing; 7, you are both wearing an item that belongs to the other. Dear Libra, I hope you will be using these tender actions more frequently than usual in the weeks to come. Why? In my astrological opinion, now is the perfect time to increase your Affection Quotient with the allies you love the most.

SCORPIO (23 Oct-21 Nov)
Naturalist Henry David Thoreau wrote in his journal: “I feel slightly complimented when nature deigns to use me without my knowledge, such as when I help to sow its seeds on my walk, or when I carry strawberries. and shells on my clothes from field to field. I feel like I’ve done something for the common good. ”I mention this, Scorpio, because the coming weeks will be a great time for you to perform good deeds and useful transformations in the name of nature.Your ability to work benevolently with plants, animals and elemental forces will be at its peak, so will your talent for making interesting connections between yourself and all things wild.

SAGITTARIUS (November 22-December 21)
You may never have heard of Sagittarius artist Baya Mahieddine (1931-1998). At 16, she enjoyed a splash of cheer with a show in Paris. Famous artists Pablo Picasso, Henry Matisse and George Braques came. They were inspired by Mahieddine’s innovative use of color, elements of his Algerian heritage and his dreamlike images. Picasso even invited her to work with him, exalting the new perspectives she sparked. But his art never received all the credit it deserved. In accordance with astrological omens, this horoscope is a small way to give her the recognition and appreciation she deserves. It also empowers you to go out and get the recognition and appreciation that you deserve but have not yet fully received.

CAPRICORN (December 22-January 19)
“Who knows what’s going on on the other side of every hour?” Asked the Capricorn poet Juan Ramón Jiménez (translated by the Capricorn poet Robert Bly). “How many times has the sunrise been there behind a mountain. How many times the shining cloud piling up in the distance was already a golden body full of thunder!” Your mission, Capricorn, is to imagine what is happening just beyond your perception and comprehension. But here’s the twist: You need to move your mind away from fear-inducing inclinations. You must imagine that the events in the works are beautiful, interesting, or redeeming. If you are not ready to do this, skip the exercise altogether.

AQUARIUS (January 20-February 18)
“Better than any argument is to get up at dawn and pluck dewy red berries in a cup,” wrote author Wendell Berry. I largely agree with that sentiment, although I’ll put a good word for certain types of arguments as well. There are times when it is crucial for your psychological and spiritual health that you strike up a conversation about sensitive issues that could lead to a dispute. However, I don’t think it’s one of those times, Aquarius. In my astrological opinion, picking dewy red berries makes much more sense than any argument. For more inspiration, read this testimonial from actress Natasha Lyonne: “I would definitely rather take a nap than get angry.”

PISCES (February 19-March 20)
For the painter Vincent van Gogh, love was not above all a sentimental feeling. Nor was it a generalized and vague wish for health and happiness among those he cared for. On the contrary, he wrote: “You must love with high, serious, intimate sympathy, with will, with intelligence. His love was alert, sharp, active, and full of energy. He was driven by a determination to use ingenuity and ingenuity to nurture the loved one. For van Gogh, love was always in action, always evolving into ever new engagement. In the service of intimacy, he said, “you should always seek to know more, better and more.” I hope you will make these meditations a top priority over the next seven weeks.

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