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Weeding the proverbial (or literal) garden

By Cassandra Tyndall

This week is laced with endings, new beginnings and a few surprises. In fact, this week may give you a touch of insight into what to expect in the third quarter of the year. While secrets and untruths come to light, they may not be as they seem. It might be wise to keep new intel or hunches under your hat, as what you find out may continue to morph and change. Anything that pops up now can be readdressed in late September.

Speaking of surprises, Uranus hits the brakes and will move in reverse from our point of view until January. As the planet of rebellion tours old territory, you’ll get the chance to reflect on recent changes as well as the ones you failed to make. Relationships may see a plot twist too. Setting some healthy limits or embracing maturity is possible.

Among all the backtracking, questioning and potential uncertainty, a Virgo New Moon brings the opportunity to tend to ones’ own garden. If you need to pull out some weeds from your proverbial (or literal) garden, nothing speaks to a clean up and a declutter quite a Virgo New Moon as we welcome the final month of the season.

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