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Your Horoscope for Libra
Your twelfth house will be emphasized, a house that rules privacy and enormous creativity that stems directly to your subconscious. If you are artistic or are paid for your creative ideas, AFTER the new moon of September 14 arrives, find a way to take time alone, away from the cacophony of voices and opinions of others to come up with ideas and expressions for a specific project. It could be a personal project or one for a client, but working alone, you will soon find the ideas you generate will be entirely yours. I feel everyone is creative—just have faith that you can turn out something wonderful.
The transiting Sun and new moon moving through your twelfth house will also strongly boost your intuitive powers, so it will be important to listen to that small voice within—it will be there to help you make the right decisions. You may even have a dream that seems odd, but you should take seriously.
I will give you an example of how a dream helped me in a tangible way. Last year, in late September 2022, I had a dream that I was at my bank, signing papers with the branch manager about identity theft. I never dream about my bank, so when I woke up, I thought it was very odd. I forgot about it, because phones were ringing, and I was also deep in writing your Astrology Zone forecast for October. By evening I thought about the dream again, so I checked my bank’s app. Listed among checks I had written was a huge check coming through that I knew I had not written (luckily, it was marked “pending”). It was made out to a person I didn’t know and never heard of.
The next morning, I visited my bank’s branch manager, and in a strange recreation of déjà vu, there I was, at my bank, signing papers with the branch manager about my identify theft. The branch manager shut down my account immediately, and I ordered new checks. He agreed that although my signature looked similar, the check itself didn’t look anything like my checks. The thief must have had access to one of my checks in one way or another, which is how he had copied my signature, but did a botched-up job trying to mimic the actual check. The moral of the story: Take your dreams seriously. They are often there to help you.