Scorpio Astrology Readings Saint Ann MO

Scorpio is the eighth sign of the Zodiac and is roughly from October 23 to November 21. Read on to learn more information on Scorpio astrology readings in Saint Ann and get access to information on the Scorpio personality, Scorpio sun sign, Scorpio daily horoscopes, yearly Scorpio horoscope forecasts, Scorpio elements, and Scorpio stones, as well as advice and content on Scorpio astrology.

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Cynthia S Becker Inc
(636) 391-0906
227 Hillsdale Dr
Ballwin, MO
 
Institute-Christian Metaphysic
(314) 426-4409
1901 Ashby Rd
St Louis, MO
 
Center for Mind Body & Spirit
(314) 962-5001
5 Plant Ave
Saint Louis, MO
 
Center For Mind Body & Spirit
(314) 725-6767
7649 Delmar Blvd
St Louis, MO
 
Madame Mae Palmist
(314) 382-6963
6200 Dr Martin Luther King # A
St Louis, MO
 
Life Crafters Llc
(314) 427-8161
10239 Lackland Rd
Overland, MO
 
Living Insights Ctr
(314) 721-4455
6361 Clayton Rd
St Louis, MO
 
Pathways Books, Music & Gifts
(314) 842-0047
11419 Concord Village Ave.
Saint Louis, MO
 
Robinson Faith Ann Psychic
(314) 863-7277
1290 North And South Rd
Saint Louis, MO
 
Path Finder Newspaper
(314) 645-2292
3212 Laclede Station Rd
St Louis, MO
 

Scorpio

Scorpio: October 23-November 21

Relax, relate, release. Saturn in Libra ignites growth in your mystical, creative, dreamy twelfth house. It’s time to come face-to-face with your inner control freak and bid her adieu. This may sound like a truly daunting task, and perhaps one that you’ve come to rely on “social lubricants” to help ease you through. Now, the message is clear. Step away from the Bombay Sapphire, Scorpio, and let the true spiritual awakening begin.

What have you been hanging on to...and more precisely, whom? Dwelling on past relationships can create a karmic “Keep Away” field around you, making it difficult for anyone new to come close.

If you haven’t fully mourned an ex, allow the process to begin. Instead of binding yourself to this person with anger, try giving yourself a week to “memorialize” him. Create a small altar, write a gratitude list thanking him for the gifts that he brought into your life—even if they were simply lessons that taught you about yourself. In Jewish culture, it’s custom to “Sit Shivah” when someone dies. This is a seven-day period dedicated to mourning. Consider adapting this for your own letting go process.

A massive decluttering mission is due on every level. You’re ready to release outmoded attitudes, possessions, and ways of life that no longer suit you. Start adopting in healthy routines as well—ones that feed your soul. You could get serious about a yoga practice, developing your psychic powers with a teacher, or delving into an artistic medium (likely as part of a collaborative project).

You’ll also learn to create and navigate through healthy boundaries with people. Saying “no” BEFORE you snap with resentment can save you loads of relationship drama. You often put up an unscale-able wall with people on first meeting, which can be intimidating. Then, once they’re past the ga...

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