In ancient astrology, Jupiter was seen as a luckiest planet in the heavens, believed to correlate with blessings, victory, and good luck. In modern times, we know a little better. While Jupiter can often symbolize growth and expansion , it’s also one of the biggest catalysts for wasted time, laziness, and excessive gluttony. The trick for harnessing Jupiter’s potential is to truly know what is good for you– and to take the chance of going after it. IMG_2788

On November 8th, Jupiter began a year-long transit of fire sign Sagittarius, the zodiac sign that Jupiter rules. It’s powerful in its home territory, which means that the optimistic reach and adventurous nature of Sagittarius is boosted by a natural desire for more knowledge, experience, and understanding. It’s vital to know where to direct this energy, or else the insatiable hunger for MORE can threaten to totally distract you. Where are you taking yourself for granted, and where is it time to claim more satisfaction in your life? What have you outgrown, and where do you need to stimulate more positivity?

Jupiter in Sagittarius symbolizes the need to reignite your faith that your life is absolutely worth living. But the shadow side is that the insatiable hunger for more encouragement can lead you to overextend or waste energy on trivial gratification. Learning about where Jupiter is in your natal chart can help direct you to the higher ground, mapping out the terrain that needs your attention.

This 30-minute recorded reading will break down the specifics of Jupiter’s placement in your chart, pointing you in the direction of this astrological “good luck.” Jupiter wants you to recognize that there’s something better out there for you, better than you’ve known before, if only you have the wisdom to grasp it.

To order, please include birth information (date of birth, town or city of birth, and as close to the exact time as possible) with your payment.

Astrologer Elizabeth Michaud

Jupiter Reading

30 minute astrology reading via audio recording


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