LIBRA (September 22-October 23)
It is impossible to lose yourself in a relationship, though it's questionable whether you can find yourself in one either. But you can remember, and you can forget, and your relationships can prompt you to do either. It turns out that there are elements of your life that you're eager to leave behind, which would be another way of saying forget. But that forgetting will have the sensation of clearing something out of the way, as if you're brushing back a veil, or silencing some persistent background hum that you didn't realize was clouding your hearing. At that point, you may discover that you're in an entirely different situation than you thought you were. You may wonder how it is that you missed how solid and stable your life has become, which is something that you can prove to yourself if you do so little as tell yourself the story of the past five years in a paragraph or two. The sensation looks like the discovery that you are where you belong, as long as you don't have any distractions that would skew your perception otherwise. That, and you are in the company of your peers—or rather, one peer in particular. Work with this feeling. Work with the sensation of change as the experience of clarification.