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Jada Pinkett Smith Shows Us How To Use Astrology To Tap Into Our Highest Selves

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Jada Pinkett Smith

Auntie Jada is a content goldmine; always giving us what we need to see in order to live our most fruitful lives. When she's not on the Red Table Talk, Jada Pinkett Smith is helping us get our skin together, showing us affordable ways to practice self-care, releasing a concious beauty brand, and on the 'gram teaching us what she knows about life in a relatable way (although our bank accounts look nothing alike).


And now sis is tapping into astrology, by introducing us to Jessica Alexandria, also known as Behatilife.

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In an episode of her latest project, Jada's Essentials, Jessica is pouring tea on how we can best use our astrological signs to tap into our higher selves.

Jessica, who was raised in the space, knows quite a few things about shifting our lives through alignment.

"If you really take a step back, you know, and kinda feel out the vibes of our planet, you'll start to understand and see, hopefully, that there really isn't anything that is good or bad, it just is what it is. If you're living in a world of rules and restrictions from our society or from our family upbringing or from the expectation that it is you have for yourself, you will always find yourself guided of what it is that you feel like you should be doing, and never really authentically aligned to your intuitive path."

Whew, a word!

Continue reading for ways you can use astrology to create a positive shift in your life:

#1: Deepen Understanding of Self

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Jessica opens her list with explaining how astrology helps you understand who you are.

"Astrology provides a really clear insight into 'this is who I am, this is what I want' and it keeps you focused and it keeps you aligned."

#2: Manifest Highest Vision Using Moon Magic 

According to Jessica, 'moon magic' is using the moon to set powerful intentions for the things that it is you want to see show up in your life, or things that you want to avoid. She goes on to discuss how we can all use the moon to know what sign we're currently in, and how we can best use its energy.

"This is one of my favorite ways of working with astrology. This is the magical aspect of it."

#3: Improve Health

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Plan your diets, get healthier, and get stronger!

"There is a such thing as medical astrology and this looks at your natal chart, your birth chart in order to look at your sixth house of daily routine, health, and what would make you a more vibrant, healthier individual."

Jessica then teaches us how to pull your astrology chart. You will need your birth time, location, and date.

"It's not all aches, pains, suffering, or failed attempts at feeling healthy, it's about maximizing your time here."

*poetry snaps*

#4: Confirm Your Intuition

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One of my favorite moments of the lesson, was how we subconsciously suppress our intuition with statements like, "it's OK" or "everything is fine."

"Over time, when you are told to disconnect from your intuition, it creates so much imbalance. It creates psychological dysfunction. This is why it's so important that if you feel curious, if you feel called, if you have questions, that you break outside of these norms or break outside of these systems and allow yourself to feel curious."

Whew.

For the rest of the list, watch the extremely interesting video in full below:

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