Just my two cents: I am a Virgo. When I was in high-school (a long time ago) I became interested in Astrology. I never felt accepted in my family, and I was painfully shy. Unfortunately the descriptions of Virgos in those days were quite harsh, and LOL , very critical of our sign. Reading this forum on and by Virgos reminded me of the inner battle I fought for so long to feel good about myself. Throughout my life I have thought deeply about what is true and what is not, what is right and what is wrong. I have had my chart done numerous times, talked to psychics, and spent much time taking all the blame for every one of my negative experiences. Meanwhile I married, was widowed early in the relationship and raised my children on my own. It was difficult in the extreme, but now my children are grown, are wonderful, loving people, and we have great relationships with each other. I gained confidence and learned not to be so critical of myself (although the nagging voice is often still there, especially in difficult moments). I have always given others the benefit of the doubt, even when they did not extend the same to me. Most of what I have learned is this: We are all individuals. There are no two charts the same, as there are no two fingerprints exactly the same. To see a person by their sun sign alone, or even by their complete chart is inexact, because we don't know what lessons that person has mastered, or not mastered when we first meet them, and ALL signs have their challenges. Like any sign, the traits Virgos have can be turned to positive or negative use. Many years ago I had a pre-interview, job interview on the phone. The first question the man asked was what sign I was. I told him and he told me there was no way he would ever work with a Virgo. End of interview. He did not know anything about me, did not give me a chance to introduce my self to him, my Self being an individual he did not know at all. He missed out on knowing a very kind, gentle, caring, intelligent, creative, patient, and hard working person. His loss. You can see that my self image improved with age and experience. I am still not totally acceptable to my family who are very critical, and none of the rest of them are Virgos, though I don't know what other signs are in their charts. It does not matter. Use your own chart as guide, not as a measure of your possibilities, which are infinite. You can be more than any of your seeming disadvantages. You will learn your own possibilities by living and being open to new experiences. Learn to trust your own instincts (which are your higher self) to guide you. Be forgiving of yourself and others; we all make mistakes, that's how we learn. We are on this planet to learn, to be loving, and to help others through the maze. Stay open to the lessons. Go for it and don't have any expectations other than that you will love, learn, and grow as a human being. Don't allow preconceived ideas about yourself and life stop you from participating in the great adventure of learning what your limitations are not. And, when things go wrong, don't look for who or what to blame. Just look for the lesson. I wish you all, whatever your sun sign, much love.
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