How does it feel to be the zodiac’s most organized and tidiest person, dear Virgo? We are in awe for your neat and perfect work and living environment. And although it takes you double the work others put in the same tasks, you don’t mind.
“What’s the point of doing a mediocre job?” you seem to ask. And “Whatever one does, it must be done truly well” is your motto.
Those who see you as an impossible-to-please person miss your true nature: much gentleness and a sincere desire to help others. You make this a better world with your eye for detail.
In fact, you love to heal and improve everything and everyone in your surroundings.
When others trust you and surrender to your magical touch as a therapist or doctor, they benefit immensely from your analysis, diagnoses and cures. Your capacity to observe and evaluate every detail of a matter or subject can make you also a great lawyer or designer.
When you stop worrying about all the fuzzy aspects of your studies and calmly stick to your work routine, you easily achieve all your practical goals.
Practicality is your forte. Even as an artist, your creations must have a useful application—or you’ll wonder if you’ve missed something.
Parashara, one of the fathers of Vedic astrology, called you “methodical and discriminative” and looking younger than your actual age.
Mercury gives you great intelligence with numbers, business and the written word. But no matter what line of work you choose you risk feeling disappointed with the outcome, because you’re perfectly aware of the ‘next level’.
You must stop criticizing yourself, dear Virgo—in fact no one else sees your shortcomings quite as well as you do. Others, too, will demand some flexibility or might feel scrutinized by you.
You’re truly amazing and usually dazzle others with your simple but elegant style. When you trust that you’ve done enough research and thinking, you succeed at reaching all your goals.
- Health oriented
- Detail oriented
Nakshatras (or Birth Stars)
The following constellations further define Virgo.
Uttara Phalguni: This star is ruled by the Sun and Aryaman, the Vedic God of leadership and honors in society. Those born in this nakshatra are knowledgeable about customs and etiquette, make great healers and know the secrets of rejuvenation. They are also independent, kind, vain, friendly and spiritually advanced.
Hasta: This nakshatra is also known by its symbol, a hand. It’s ruled by the Moon and Savitar, a Vedic Solar God of craftsmanship and skill. Those born in this star are gifted at creating and manifesting with their hands. They’re resourceful, practical, nurturing, tend to criticize others but have pure intentions.
Chitra: Its name means “bright light.” This star is ruled by the planet Mars and Vishwakarma, the architect of the Gods. It makes one attractive and beautiful and gives creative talents. It bestows great capacities for design and beautiful creations in fashion, architecture and fine arts. Chitra also grants social graces.
Written by Donatella Lalitha Riback