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Have you forgotten how strong, gorgeous and talented you are? Have you made someone else into your guru instead of following your own inner guidance? There was nothing wrong with the way you were before, even if you have evolved into a new groove. Traipse back down Memory Land and reclaim those pieces of yourself that were discarded too quickly. Then, make like a mixologist and shake those worlds together into a beautiful blend.

So the remedy for you (who has a pull towards codependence) may be to draw back and honor your own boundaries. We teach people how to treat us, Pisces, so set a new tone and drop the doormat routine.

From June 7-17, Mercury is retrograde in Cancer, your fifth house of romance, self-expression and drama. This could manifest as everything from an ex sending you a Facebook friend request, to hearing that your “one that got away” ex is engaged to someone else, to just a general outburst of bottled-up feelings. You’ve got a lot to say with Mercury in this outspoken corner of your chart, but choose your words with great care, as you could definitely cross some lines. Watch your temper. All this Mercury-fueled intensity is best channeled into a creative project. 

At the very least, make sure you’re not dealing with a perma-player—or if you are, don’t kid yourself that you can be the one to change those cheating ways.

Being the most sensitive of all water signs, you absorb energy like a sponge, often unaware that you’re carrying a far too heavy load. When you crash, it’s a mess of passive-aggressive resentment, nervous breakdowns, and chaos.

"   When someone tells you, ‘I love you,’ and then you feel, ‘Oh, I must be worthy after all,’ that’s an illusion. That’s not true. Or someone says, ‘I hate you,’ and you think, ‘Oh, God, I knew it; I’m not very worthy,’ that’s not true either. Neither one of these thoughts hold any intrinsic reality. They are an overlay. When someone says, ‘I love you,’ he is telling you about himself, not you. When someone says, ‘I hate you,’ she is telling you about herself, not you. World views are self views—literally.   "
Adyashanti (via lazyyogi)

"Fear is a prison."