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Horoscopes: Libra 

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(September 22-October 23)

Jupiter will soon be arriving in your sign; that happens on September 9, for the first time in 12 years. Until then, you may feel like you're stuffed with potential but are having a difficult time expressing any of it. You might be feeling a bit trapped within yourself. I suggest you hold that space as consciously as you can. Feel all that energy you have inside of you. You're under no special obligation to sort it all out. Let the elements you contain mix and match as they please for now, and see what ideas come to you. I do suggest that you leave yourself at least one creative vent. It might be writing every day, or drawing, or taking pictures, or playing music—though it will help abundantly if it's an active vent rather than a passive one (i.e., participating rather than observing). You're not doing this for any special goal, or you don't have to. Rather, it's about staying limber and expressive, and keeping contact with your inner world. To this end, keeping a dream journal for the next two months could provide a resource that you treasure for a lifetime, because that's the most likely way that you will get a sense of your own potential. Notice, feel, and observe the way that your sense of self comes in and out focus. Then keep noticing.

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