August-September Reading for Leo

Leos are easily identified in a crowd by their sunny disposition and a light they seem to radiate. They can find the slimmest sliver of silver lining in the darkest of clouds and live for another day. Despite a setback in the recent past it seems you are beginning to see the brighter or lighter side of things. Something that seemed to trip your plans up at first is now showing to have opened a fresh possibility to something more exciting. Yet, as great and glorious as Leos may be, you are human after all, with the same need for security and safety as the rest of us mere mortals. This worldly (and not unjustified) concern is often the biggest obstacle to the realisation of grand visions and creative inspirations. However the question you are being asked just now by the stalemate you might experience at some point after you are done exulting over a new idea or introduction is: How do you define ‘security’ exactly? Does it give you the freedom to make a few gambles for the sake of your inner satisfaction? Also pay off all your loans before you embark on anything new.

Your Cards

Top row (left to right): Theme, message for August
Bottom row (left to right): Theme, message for September


Generalised tarot readings such as this, written for everyone under one Sun sign,  present archetypal energies that may or may not play out for you, depending on your personal context. Therefore, if this message does not apply to you, I recommend checking out one’s Moon sign and Ascendant sign tarotscope as well (because the message you need just might be there or emerge as a combination instead).

To find out your Moon and Ascendant sign (the constellation that appeared on the eastern horizon at the moment you were born), you can visit https://horoscopes.astro-seek.com/free-astro-portrait-horoscope-by-date-of-birth

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About Ma Megha

I'm the happy medium trying to find the happy medium!
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