Goodness know why word has it that Virgos are the staunch realists of the zodiac - the sign that is to romance what chalk is to cheese - but ignorance breeds many falsehoods. In truth Ms Virgo yearns to be swept away by love and passion and longs to find her soul-mate. However, since her logical mind informs her that this probably won't happen - at least in this lifetime - she makes an awful lot of noise about love being the holy grail of the seriously misguided. (She really doesn't mean it and she's hoping against hope that one day she'll be proved wrong.)
You and your opposite sign, the mystical and dreamy Fish, have more in common than you may think. The main difference is that while Ms Pisces dives into love and allows herself to be totally submerged by the experience, Virgo stands on the edge of those deep waters, analysing the pros and cons, until she convinces herself that her wetsuit will protect her. At some point, usually after several painful excursions into love, you realize that you cannot seal yourself off from hurt because it is the handmaid of love.
For some reason, perhaps because you can't resist lost causes, your sign picks up more than its share of life's dependents and misfits as partners, men who use and abuse you. This doesn't have to be a life-long pattern, of course, but the trend towards sacrificing yourself through a relationship needs to be faced and understood, so that you will attract a sane, loving and supportive mate. Part of the problem revolves around self-esteem, or the lack of it, and as soon as you get the idea that you deserve to be loved, like magic, it happens.
Forget all that nonsense about Virgo being the librarian and the caretaker of the zodiac - you are a sensuous, resourceful and fascinating creature. Now, repeat after me: I am desirable. I am a wild thing. I deserve the best.
Virgo men do not draw attention to themselves: they insinuate their way into your life. Somehow they appear from behind the scenes and steel your heart: they were just a friend, maybe a no strings attached one-night-stand, yet before you know it you have become reliant on their know-how, happy to be an audience for their dry humour and pithy comments, and, well, used to them. To be honest, Mr Virgo can be tricky: he's emotionally very self-contained and not open to intimacy - a stark contrast to his passion and his performance under the sheets, or anywhere come to that - he's quite the dark horse. This man is drawn to highly-sexed and colourful, spontaneous women of the fire and air variety, yet when it comes to marriage (usually late and sometimes never) he'll go for a safe bet.
Your fellow Mutable signs top the list of candidates for your heart - Sagittarius, Gemini, Pisces and Virgo. Sagittarian men are just the most dazzling, devil-may-care hunks where you're concerned: they make you laugh, keep you guessing and defrost any icicles that may have formed around your heart. Yet in the long term you may find your Archer a little too casual, irresponsible and inconsiderate for you. The Gemini is another irresistible catch-me-if-you-can guy: you two never stop talking (or is that arguing?) and even though this relationship may not fulfil the promise of its sexual overture, you can manage a happy-ever-after story. Pisces is your near-perfect mate - sentimental, tolerant, forgiving and loving: sex is a crucial part of your relationship and can be sustained for many, many years. Another Virgo alternately captivates and irritates you, but a good long-term bet. Cancer and Scorpio are two other signs made to make you happy - these two signs appreciate your fine qualities and rub along with you very, very nicely.
Pink diamond, Topaz, Jasper.
Timing is vital; it can make all the difference between success and failure, so when you know you have Jupiter in your sign until early September the time has come to launch your ships, whether these are related to your career, personal plans or romantic aspirations. Saturn in its new position can also help build your future, although there is a but... You may have to make a choice between your responsibilities and duties on the one hand, and your desires and ambitions on the other. Only you can make this choice. 2016 also has a fated quality about it, due to the effects of three eclipses, which occur on 9th March, 1st and 16th September. It will be around these times that out-of-the-blue events take place, particularly in regard to your love life and professional relationships. Make the most of your exceptional stars, and, if you’re tempted to “wait until a better time” remember: second chances are like hens’ teeth - rare.
It is said we do not choose whom we fall in love with - when the thunderbolt strikes, it strikes when we least expect it and sometimes with the most unsuitable people. And if ever there was a time to fall madly, truly and deeply in love it is 2016. March, and to a lesser extent August and September, are months many Virgos will remember for the way people come and go, and should you be considering a wedding day, 19 March could be perfect. However, if betrayal and loss appear to be more the trend, point your finger at Neptune, which is testing your faith in yourself and helping you see the difference between doing the work of relationship and being treated like a doormat. If someone has let you down, lied to you and undermined you, he or she will do so again. Something to bear in mind especially on or near 2nd September, when realities of one sort or another must be faced
You face a test this year - to balance the need for security against the chance to have a bigger and better lifestyle. There could be pressures exerted by family to stay on a tried and tested course, and you risk alienating certain people by following your ambitions. You will succeed by doing what you love; you will always regret what you did not do, not what you did. Some Virgos will find fame this year; others will be offered a top position, and a few will feel they have been passed over and lost their way. If this happens to you do not assume all is lost - you are in transition and it is going to take some months before you reach dry land. The biggest drain on your time, emotions and money is likely to be the home: it will take time to find or sell a property and there could be problems with the domestic base and a family member. As I often say, it is part of life not all of it.
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