Libra Weekly Horoscope

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Night balances day on the Equinox, when the Sun dances his way to Libra. This sign knows how to reconcile opposites so that they’re in perfect equilibrium and that all measures are enough- not too little, not too much, just vibrant harmony. And, just as day can exist and know itself only in contrast with night, so does Libra get to know themselves through interacting with others.

If you’re a Libra Sun, your soul’s purpose is to attain harmony, be it through enjoying beauty, creating beauty or through finding your missing piece in another. You are sensitive to any sign of discord and that is why you value peace and grace so much when you find them. Beauty is not only found in finite artistic pieces but in small gestures, in the words you exchange with others, in the way you choose to live your life day by day. A masculine, air and cardinal sign, Libra may be sensitive, but he has a strong will when it comes to things that matter to him. On a mental level, your Libra Sun makes you able to consider opposites as equally valid and to tolerate paradoxes better than others.

However, in real life, beyond the play-field of ideas, the stakes are high: a choice must be made to progress, even if all paths may seem equally valuable. Otherwise, you are embracing your perfect knowledge in the middle of a desert- nowhere to go, no steps forward to be taken.

The Sun is in its fall in Libra. Individuality and separateness gives way to a path where your soul essentially evolves through relationships. You are the archetype of the Lover and the Peacemaker, so it gets all too easy to see and to try keeping harmony on the surface while chaos reigns beneath. You need to keep balance so your sensitivity won’t get hurt, but consider the price you can pay for this sometimes- self-knowledge, depth, progress. Even balance needs to be balanced with the messy truth sometimes, just as companionship needs a counterpart of occasional healthy solitude.