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Horoscopes: Leo 

(July22-August23)

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From the look of your solar chart, you've just experienced some kind of personal breakthrough that's taken you closer to being an artist, a lover or a free spirit. You've worked hard for this; you've had to face many inner demons and insecurities, and the result has been a surge of creative and sexual energy. This has helped you overcome an inner block that's been interfering with your fun and passion for a while. The thing to remember is that it's possible to revert to old ways of being. It's easy to get scared of being "too free" or "too powerful." In fact freedom feels like a dangerous state to many people, which is why humans so often revert to some form of unfree. You have to decide what you want, and what you're willing to do in order to have it. If you want to get into the flow of energy, ideas and pleasure—that is, vital force—I have a few suggestions from your astrology. One is to avoid moral judgments on pleasure of any kind. Another is to step back from people, whether friends, partners or colleagues, who express such judgments. Preserving and developing your newfound space to explore your potential will in part depend on cultivating relationships that support you rather than diminish you. Those relationships are available, though you must set the criteria.

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