Jupiter in Virgo

Virgo is a dual earth sign ruled by Mercury. It shares an inimical relationship with Jupiter. This year, on August 11th, Jupiter will move to the sign of Virgo. However, in this position, the energy of Jupiter and Virgo are opposite—but they actually provide the perfect balance if you can work with and not against them. This position of Jupiter gives ambition to the native. Each year, Jupiter, the planet of abundance and expansion, as well as growth and knowledge, moves through the signs. He stays in each sign for a 12-month visit as he travels around the zodiac.

Such people have great communication skills as Jupiter expands what Virgo signifies. These people are very intelligent and there is a hunger for knowledge. They always keep their mind open to new ideas & information. Rarely do they miss an opportunity to learn. Their approach is quite cautious and methodical in life. They have a practical outlook, even scientific at times. They always get to the detail of things and want proof before believing something. Virgo is the sign of the virgin; the mascot also shows the virgin holding flowers. This position of Jupiter gives a strong penchant for scents and flowers. Jupiter’s influence also gives inclination towards reading spiritual books and scriptures. These people are loving and pure at heart. They are quite generous too; however, they do not blindly give away. Their approach in such matters is practical. These natives also get a beautiful and intellectual partner. They are either blessed with a fortunate life or are quite skillful and learned to make one.

Your analytical skills are unstoppable, and you have a knack for seeing everything that could go wrong. This makes you a fabulous inspector, critic or engineer. But thanks to Jupiter’s philosophical bent, you like finding solutions, too. Jupiter is in “detriment” in this sign, because Virgo is opposite on the zodiac wheel to the secondary sign it governs, Pisces. Because of this, you may get stuck in “analysis paralysis” before you take a leap. Perfectionism is your Achilles heel, so embrace the process and be willing to learn from your mistakes.

If Jupiter occupies Virgo at birth, one will be a scholar, be virtuous, be skillful in his work, be fond of scents, robes, and flowers, will firmly gain in undertakings, will have rich experience in Shastras and fine arts, be affluent, charitable, pure-hearted, skillful and wonderfully learned.

Virgo is the perfectionist of the zodiac, and one of Virgo’s strengths is to hone in on the details to ensure that nothing is overlooked. Jupiter is more focused on the big picture and visualizes the end result, but can lose sight of the details, which are the glue that cements thoughts into reality. And this is where Virgo steps into the rescue, ensuring that Jupiter’s vision is brought to order and reality, in the best possible way. So, although the vibrations of these two are opposite, they are complementary.

As always, the best way to work with Jupiter energy is to set or review your goals and put your thoughts out to the universe in a positive manner. Remember, the Jupiter energy expands, so it is important to think about what you want in life, rather than focus on what you don’t want— think in terms of positive, not negative. Send out a positive vibration to the universe in the way of affirmative thoughts, prayer or an upbeat attitude about life in general.
With Jupiter in your sign, your luck increases! You can expect to catch the travel bug and could do business abroad or mix with different cultures. It’s advisable to let go of a need to have everything in order, easier said than done for Virgo, but if you can, you will open yourself up to amazing opportunities, adventures that can literally change your life. This year, you can get to know who you are, your boundaries, your spiritual self and the depth of who you are and what you are capable of. It is a rewarding year that brings with it much success.

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