Astrology In Real Life…
I consider myself inordinately adaptable to whatever the conditions and this allows me to have a pretty good quality of life. But what if you don’t have this skill? What if happiness is elusive? What if it is contingent upon some special circumstance or on the chance that the stars line up just so?
“I will bloom if and only if, blah, blah, blah happens…”
I think a lot of people are like this. Maybe half? A quarter? Three quarters? I’m wondering, so I’m asking.
And are you predominately a Fixed sign (Leo, Aquarius, Taurus, Scorpio)? Mutable (Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius, Pisces)? Or Cardinal (Aries, Cancer, Libra, Capricorn)?
Astrology in real life
The paradigm, “People never change” is commonly used, but I was wondering if it’s a frequent thought of fixed and cardinal signs. I don’t think I’ll ever hear a mutable sign say that.
Diana, probably not but the mutable signs also never change the fact they change and I’d say neither state of being is preferable. It is interesting to watch from a marketing standpoint. For example Pepsi keeps making Pepsi for the fixed crowd but constantly comes up with new flavors to interest people like me. Cherry Pepsi, Pepsi with lime, Pepsi with strawberry cream, etc. Shampoo, breakfast cereal and everything else you can think of, same thing.
My first husband had 5 planets in Scorpio and a Leo rising (all fixed). I always run with fixed people, otherwise I will mutate right into oblivion but anyway he was a Cheerio eater and back then they came out with this big innovation – Honey Nut Cheerios. Thrilled, I brought home a box: “Hey! Something new,” I said.
He was not impressed. In fact he didn’t have the slightest interest in putting one of the little pieces in his mouth and no amount of my eating and saying, yum, would budge him and this was incredibly instructive to me. I have never bothered to change a fixed sign off their brand since.
Do you switch brands often?
Astrology In Real Life…
My editor HQ regarding today’s advice the Sagittarian blog:
“Edited fairly lightly. I actually added punctuation here and there, but only when absolutely necessary (I thought). If it’s too much, just revert away…
For some reason, this post read as more “breathless” than usual – there were a few run-ons and the like. So I had to punctuate just to make sense of it. But I figured you were writing like that on purpose, since the post was about Sadge/travel/moving fast. I think all your posts about Sadge read as “fast” so I tried to leave that vibe in there.”
I responded, “Yes… exactly right impression. You know astrology these days, HQ!”
“Haha u should blog about this…”
I am highly mutable and I do change my manner when writing to specific signs. With Sagittarius, I figure they’re moving so I’d better. I always imagine them checking my blog on their cell phone from an airport while moving in the line towards the gate to board their plane… with one carry on bag and nothing checked! You don’t want to bog a person like that down. It’s just not right.
And then the next question will be from a non-Sadge and invariably I have to down shift. I do the same in real life. Don’t the rest of you mutables (Gemini, Sagittarius, Virgo, Pisces) do this?
And are you primarily fixed, mutable or cardinal?
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