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Intensify your commitment to relaxation, Scorpio.

Free Will Astrology

July 20th, 2016

Intensify your commitment to relaxation, Scorpio.

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    Your life has resemblances to a jigsaw puzzle that lies unassembled on a kitchen table, Gemini.

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    Trust your exuberance, Sagittarius.

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    July is Feed Your Willpower Month, Taurus.

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    Don’t listen to your drunk monkey, Libra.

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    Scorpio: Have you been lazy about saving leftover scraps from your kitchen and turning them into fertilizer? Get it together.

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    You realized you hadn’t been playing hard enough, Aquarius, and took measures to correct the problem.

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    “Those who demand consideration for their sacrifices were making investments, not sacrifices.” Don't be guilty of this sin, Capricorn.

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    “Never turn down an adventure without a really good reason,” says author Rebecca Solnit in her book The Far Away Nearby.

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    Once every year, it is healthy and wise to make an ultimate confession—to express everything you regret and bemoan in one cathartic swoop.

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    There were no such things as chastity belts in the Middle Ages.

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    “We have to learn how to live with our frailties,” Stanley Kunitz said. “The best people I know are inadequate and unashamed.”

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    The ember is a symbol of coiled-up power, a promise of verve and radiance. Now please ruminate further, Leo.

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    Cancer, you are close to tapping into hidden powers, dormant talents, and future knowledge.

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    Cancer, your personal oracle for the coming weeks is a fable from 2600 years ago—written by the Greek storyteller Aesop.

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    Aries artist Steven Spasuk works exclusively with an unusual medium: soot from candles and torches.

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    “Consider everything you have fed yourself over the years. Was it a banquet or a starvation diet?”

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