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Your Monthly Horoscopes: September 2018

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September 2018 is jam-packed with planetary activity!


If you thought August was intense with eclipse and retrograde season, wait until you feel the energy that comes from the astrological free for all that's occurring in the sky. September will have us all feeling emotionally buzzed, inspired, creative, and passionate about people, places, and things in our lives.

This energy will have us craving connection, alignment, and using our intuition to self-actualize our potentials and analyze our current trajectory, focusing on how to move next. Many of us will be gracefully falling into all the changes we've made over the summer, and mentally preparing for a whimsical but chaotic fall season.

We have a chiron retrograde entering Pisces, and Pluto goes direct to set us off for October 2018.

Throughout the month the planets switching things up will affect each zodiac sign in multiple ways. Click through the gallery below to see what this means for you:

Aries

Saturn going direct will have Aries signs feeling like they have a whole new attitude, sense of boundaries, willpower, and focus. After a long summer of unpacking old wounds, ending cycles, and tightening their inner circles, Aries will feel an energy of rebirth. You no longer allow yourself to procrastinate as much, and you realize the importance of getting stuff done.

You truly have learned more self-discipline, and no longer will you fall into being passive aggressive in your life.

Mercury entering Virgo on the 5th will reinforce the fact that you are ready to come out of hiding, remission, or introspection about anything you have been dealing with internally. You have spent a lot of time healing certain things in your world, and likely this energy will have you ready to take the next step forward in your life. Many lessons will finally hit home. Mars entering Aquarius will bring in some anxious energy, as Mars can be quite volatile.

Remember that your peace of mind should be at the forefront of your actions, as you keep your eyes set on the prize.

September 20th through the 24th will be a concoction of energy caused by Jupiter sextile Pluto and Saturn quintile Neptune, followed by a full moon in Aries could put an obstacle in your way that you can easily circumvent, if you have learned lessons from the past. You'll be able to get through any confusion and find clarity by aligning your chakras and listening to your spirit.

Lastly, the chiron retrograde entering Pisces and Pluto going direct will teach you a lesson of curving your ego, following your intuition, and letting go of what no longer serves you.

All astrological Tarotscopes channeled via Tarot Cards! For your own Intuitive Channeled Healing Session, follow @Melanade_Stand on IG and send an inquiry via DM!

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