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Horoscopes: Virgo 

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(August 23-Septemebr 22)

You have spent well over a year stretching into a new idea of who you are, which has not been easy. This has involved learning, absorbing, and evaluating the tendencies of others, and establishing a dependable relationship to your environment. All of this leads back to one experience: existing in an unfamiliar state. This is the very definition of being "out of one's comfort zone." This has persisted so long, you're finally getting accustomed to the feeling, even if you don't have tangible confirmation of why this process has been so important. You're likely to get a solid clue as to the meaning of what you've experienced, and how what amounts to a transformation will shape your future. Turn the clock back to January 2015, and tune into the feeling at that time in your life. How were you doing on themes like your sense of purpose, your sense of your potential, and your desire to live? How does this contrast with today? You may feel like you've got more than you can handle. You might feel pushed to exceed your current capacities. What's really happening is that you're flushing yourself out of a corner you've hung out in for way too long, and are getting a taste of what life has to offer. You can now start to make some refinements and adjustments.

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