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You’ve probably lived enough to hear the nasty rumours about your sign. The truth is, people don’t really like truth, and our mortality is always the black elephant in the room. When the Sun enters Scorpio, nature is slowly starting to decay, preparing for the great passing into her next cycle of existence. You instinctively sense these less harmonious parts of life: the shadows, the nasty monsters in your mind, death, but more than any other sign, you’re also aware of their hidden treasures. Darkness is part of us as much as light is. Death holds a meaning of transformation or rebirth.
Your soul purpose is to live intensely, as if you would die tomorrow- because you know that you might. Ideally, this awareness doesn’t leave you any space for something other than your deepest desires, brought to form and turned into action. A Scorpio Sun is a fixed, watery sun: his biggest battle is with his own emotions and instincts, which surface from the unconscious into awareness without mercy. Your mission is to integrate these intense emotions and basic drives into your life by rejecting repression and embracing them instead, to be transformed into a way that hurts neither you or others.
You are the archetype of the Detective and the Sorcerer- with a piercing gaze turned both inward and outward, your mission is to uncover all that is hidden, to unveil the truth and to constantly transform yourself. With so much unconscious material to dig up, it’s best if you avoid the temptation to project your own demons on others. Too much self-knowledge and you risk self-destruction; too little, and you can end up looking outwards, for power, money or love, to fill the gap. Since your emotions run so deep, loyalty is one of the main things you value, and your natural determination and strength might find their shadow in a deep vulnerability. Your biggest treasure lies in what is hidden beyond appearance.