Sun Enters Aquarius: Rediscover Yourself

As the Sun enters the sign of universal brotherhood, Aquarius, it`s time to appreciate and embrace the strangeness of life and revel in the joy of sharing. Do not hesitate to help those who ask you for it and even those who do not. You will be surprised at how good it makes you feel.

The Aquarius Sun beckons us to begin our journey towards exploring ourselves. This is the time to step out of our monotonous lives and step into the unexplored and uncharted avenues. If not now, then when? What is it that you always wanted but were afraid to try? Skydiving, bungee jumping or taking up your hobby as a profession? Believe in yourself and have faith, says the Aquarius Sun and you will be able to achieve all that you wanted.

As Januarygoes underway, the new Supermoon in Aquarius on January 30 will further help us make significant headways in our career and personal lives. And with Uranus in Aries, the positive influences of the cosmos are likely to be multiplied manifold.

The Sun in Aquarius is a wonderful time to infuse some newness in our lives. Here`s what you can do.

Take Up a New Hobby

And do not think you are too old for it. Better late than never! Always wanted to play a musical instrument or learn a new dance form? The Sun in Aquarius is a good time to learn something new.

Sign Up For a Cause

Aquarius is a kind and generous sign. Use this time to help as many people you can. You need not donate large sums of money; do what you can. Donate warm clothes, old toys, quilts, blankets or whatever you can. Better yet, join an organization that works for the upliftment of the underprivileged members of the society and make a contribution to the society.

Expand Your Contacts

After spending the last month in the serious and no nonsense sign of Capricorn, it is now time to bring out your social side. Join a book reading club or an organization where you can meet likeminded individuals.

Bring Out Your Quirky Side

Aquarius is one of the most intelligent and wisest signs of the zodiac. The Aquarius Sun bestows us with abilities that will help us move forward in our lives. Do not be ashamed of your crazy self, the Sun in Aquarius is the time to embrace all that is strange and quirky and allow this strangeness to help us grow internally. It`s time to be happy and spread happiness!

astroYogi.com wishes all Aquarians a very Happy Birthday!

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