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"Everyone tells a story about themselves inside their own head." So what's your story, Leo?

Free Will Astrology (November 15)

November 15th, 2018

"Everyone tells a story about themselves inside their own head." So what's your story, Leo?

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    I suspect you will be an especially arousing influence in the coming weeks, Aquarius.

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    You're in a phase of your cycle when your influence is at a peak, Capricorn.

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    You've zipped through your time of fertile chaos, Libra, conjuring up fresh possibilities.

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    The Committee to Reward Unsung Good Deeds hereby acknowledges your meritorious service in the trenches of the daily routine, Capricorn.

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    Life is conspiring to render you extra excited and highly motivated, Libra.

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    Your theme in the coming weeks is the art of attending to details, Virgo.

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    I encourage you to avoid listening to pop songs for the next three weeks, Taurus.

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    Trying to deny or stifle or ignore our desires can't emancipate us, Taurus.

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    Scorpio, you're at the peak of your ability to be reached, to be touched, to be communicated with.

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    Potential new allies are seeking entrance to your domain, Cancerian.

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    Healing isn't impossible, Aquarius. You may not be stuck with your pain forever.

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    Virgo, you need to express your full eccentricity.

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    Libra, the coming weeks will be an excellent time for you to celebrate your idiosyncratic natural magnificence.

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    Virgo, have compassionate heart-to-heart conversations with your fears, struggles and aches.

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    Scorpio, refuse to be squeezed into any categories or niches.

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    Capricorn, people who say they care for you must prove their love in a small but meaningful way.

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    Libra: Be the show, don’t watch it.

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    Are you somehow growing younger, Pisces? Your stride seems bouncier and your voice sounds more buoyant.

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