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Are you familiar with psychologist Carl Jung’s concept of the shadow? It’s the unflattering or uncomfortable part of you that you would prefer to ignore or suppress.

Free Will Astrology (February 23)

February 23rd, 2017

Are you familiar with psychologist Carl Jung’s concept of the shadow? It’s the unflattering or uncomfortable part of you that you would prefer to ignore or suppress.

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    Virgo, your rumble with the sweaty angel is not finished.

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    Taurus, you have a divine mandate to love bigger and stronger and truer than ever before.

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    Walk your wisdom walk in 2017, Sagittarius. Excite us with your wisdom songs and gaze out at our broken reality with your wisdom eyes.

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    You Sagittarians are famous for filling your cups so full they’re in danger of spilling over.

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