Spiritual Lessons

Spiritual Levels

YOUR ANCESTORS NAME 90%
A HEALING MYTHOLOGY 90%
ANCIENT SPIRITS 90%
You are starting your life anew (in effect). Why not start it with a name of your choosing, then, rather than one that was given to you by your parents (and which you may not care too much for) ? Many HEALERS gets a name which, is from their bloodline or interested ancestor, reflects their ancestral personality or, in some way, describes their interests or feelings. Names are important. It used to be that, to know someone's name was to have a power over them — for it signifying the end of a sentence you knew the name of your enemy you could conjure/ witch with it. In African Spirituality, we believe very strongly in the power of a name. A mother will never call her child home, after dark, using his real name in case an evil spirit should learn the name and call the child itself. The mother will only call the child by a "nickname". Your Ancestral name need not be kept a solemn secret but at least respect it. Use it only with other Healers or, at least, only with those close to you. Of course you may be quite happy with your regular, given name. If you want to use that as your Ancestral name also, that is fine. However, check it out numerological, as describe below, before you make a final decision Some Ancestral take names from history or mythology, especially those names associated with their branch of the Craft (ukuthwasa) in an African traditions. Others make up names. You will be called by your name only; it is not used with the prefix "Ancestral (Nhloko), In African Religion traditions the prefix "Gogo or Khehla", or even "Mnguni", is used. In African Religion the High Priestess is always referred to as “Baba or Gobela. (Name - Mbhele)." When speaking directly to her, it is also proper to say "Baba Gonondo". She is the only one so called, in the African Tradition, this name is earned by her and not any Gobela can ever called “Gonondo” Whichever name you choose, or feel especially drawn to, check out to see if it is in fact right for you. You do this through numerology. There are a number of different systems of numerology. The below is probably the most commonly used. Follow it step by step. 1) Find your Birth Number by adding the digits of your date of birth, e.g. If you were born June 23rd 1956, your number would be 6.23.1956 = 6+2+3+1+9+5+6 = 32 Bring that down to a single digit: 3 + 2 = 5 Then 5 is your Birth Number. Note: Be sure to include the "19" of the year (1956). There are still people alive who were born in the late 1800's and it won't be long before we are into the 2000's, so it is important. 2) Find the Name Number of the name you have chosen. This is done by equating all the letters of the alphabet with the first nine numbers: Suppose you like the name DIANA. Using the above chart, D = 4,1 = 9, A = 1, N = 5, and A = 1. Therefore DIANA = 4+9+1 + 5+1 = 20 = 2. But your Birth Number was 5. For your Witch Name you should aim for a name that matches your Birth Number. In the above example, you could do this by adding a "3" letter to DIANA: a C, L or U. So you could have, perhaps, DICANA, DILANA OR DIANAU, all of which would then add up to 5. If you don't care for any of those, think again of another possible name and check it out. It may take a while to find a name, or choice of names, that you like and that are numerological correct, but it is well worth it. Perhaps the best method is to get an assortment of appropriate letters and keep rearranging them until you hit an attractive combination (from the above "Diana" example, NAUDIA might be a possibility). I will be looking more at numerology in Lesson Nine. Why does the name have to match your Birth Number? because your birth number is unchanging. People can change their names, addresses, etc., but they cannot change their date of birth. By choosing a new name that matches that Birth Number, you are then aligning yourself with that same vibration; the vibration of the moment you chose to be born. As I mentioned above, there are several different System of numerology. This is probably the most popular and, I have found, the most accurate. But if you feel more comfortable with a different system, then use it. The important thing is, whichever system you use, attune your new name to your Birth Number.
It is said that every woman young or old is a Goddess who belongs to the moon, her spiritual mother, who gently and kindly makes her aware of all her emotional issues every 28 days. As the moon fills herself at full moon, she is in her most powerful cycle. Symbolically a time for all goddesses to become aware of their fullest potential. The moon gently but powerfully shines her rays to bring light to dark unconscious emotions stored deep in our psyche. Long forgotten emotional issues, we might not have had the power or energy to deal with at the time caused avoidance. To avoid what we fell is often much easier than trying to manage feelings. The pain associated with our emotional truth can be so overpowering, but when suppressed will often call for attention. Avoid managing the emotion and it will become a powerful force that will consume your personal power, your life force, and your energetic system. The basis of all illnesses. At the time of your own full moon cycle, the womb is ready to shed and renew. Blood in traditional healing systems is a powerful force that holds memory from our ancestors. This can be good or bad and symbolically the womb is the place where life begins. However the symptoms of PMS can be overpowering. From severe headaches as estrogen rises, to birthing cramps as the womb renews itself. And during menopause, the body still remembers it s cycles so the same symptoms might appear. The world is in a process of cycles; beginnings and endings, constantly learning to let go…yet humans find it so hard to let go, not matter what. The need for acceptance and love overpowers a deep inner truth that says, no matter what your life experiences may have been; you have nothing to be ashamed of. When you get to that place where you know who you are, and what you stand for, it’s then when you have become wise. When we reach this point of insight know that you have stepped into your strength, your authentic power, a space that is protected, with a deep-seated sense of peace and a strong knowing that all is well. Sadly most of us avoid this journey, deeply keeping our pain protected from exposure even to our own consciousness. But nature is intelligent, and just before our menstrual cycle starts (3days before our own full moon cycle) our own inner moon starts to shine her light on the issues we have locked away so deeply. You see we can’t avoid the issues we have to learn from. They have to surface. Even if it has to surface for years as a strong emotion or an avoidance word called PMS. As time passes on she surely will make us more and more aware of the emotional files deeply buried in the unconscious. Our skin will erupt and we will call it a hormonal breakout! What she is really showing us is a deeply buried anger, once we had no voice to express our needs. Constantly living in a void. The excessive oil, a metaphor for the deep sense of love and warmth we need whilst experiencing emotional deprivation or coldness. A lack of understanding from perhaps one of our parents, or a stranger that somehow intruded on our sacred space, only to hurt us on some level. Or, a lover who never quite filled the love void. With estrogen the female hormone rising, creates a thick lining in the uterus, she is symbolically shedding lots of karmic memory (blood) in the hope that the physical host will learn the value of spiritual growth. One where self-esteem and self-love creates a cocoon so safe in the soul, that nothing matters but self. The ability to understand one’s emotions, learning from then, and being empowered enough to voice ones needs, rather than living in a dark void, always expecting the worst. The traditional healer knows that an unexpressed child who is angry will express herself in adulthood around 26 to 29 days cycles, with hormonal breakouts, or very dry itchy flaky skin, prone to severe sensitivity. This is also the time when the body produces more estrogen. We simply cannot use foreign estrogens also known as Xeno-estrogens during this time. Be mindful of ingredients that can mimic estrogen in the body the liver simply can’t cope with foreign estrogens, so they find their way into soft tissue that could cause cancer. So our healers will communicate with the ancestors to re-connect with the client’s emotional energy. These patterns could play out in relationships we have with others and our ability to manage ourselves in difficult relationships. In modern day terminology we call this our inner-child. When we manage the vulnerable child within our skins glow with a beautiful radiance. In order to enhance this valuable process we need to be part of a de-stressing ritual that is relaxing and effective. Water ceremonies are common practice amongst the Tsonga tribes. They honour the spirit of water and is powerful ability to purify. By connecting with nature they say we connect with ourselves, because God is found in all living matter. Relaxing deep tissue and stress relieving treatment with skilful movements are performed with the hands and different sized wooden sticks to stretch tight muscles and ease toxic overload from stagnant energy. Remember the body is made up of so much of water, and water being our purification system but is also linked to the emotions, hence our tears. Blessing the body and eliminating it from negativity was very much part of the healer’s ritual in treating ailments. The Tsonga tribal healers used to perform daily body rituals. Although not as sophisticated as our modern spas the rituals are very effective in eliminating toxins from the body. Being spiritual, we all know the value in gratitude and being reminded to follow a daily ritual to remind us of our process towards personal development. We celebrate our birthdays but forget to perform annual ceremonies to bless or celebrate the good we had experienced. In today’s world we know that the body holds memory of all emotional experiences. An inability to let go often expresses itself in the body as arthritis, or a sluggish lymphatic system that can be blamed for low immunity. The traditional healer saw this as negativity possessing the body. They would intuitively gently employ a rocking motion to release stored negativity, and stomped the feet to release pent up anger. Symbolically the stick or staffs used in traditional massage represents wisdom and direction to the healer, moving and manipulating energy flow. Further, sticks were used as powerful massage tools. Created from wood, the traditional healer knows that the energy of earth symbolising growth and abundance, these sticks are valuable tools not only in grounding the individual, but also have an intrinsic ability to absorb and purify negativity, and re-channel energy flow. The benefits of a stick massage are significant. The area of the skin covered by the stick is specific and broader than fingers or palms can cover. Thus leaving the skin more oxygenated, invigorated and rejuvenated. The effect of a deep stick muscle release is experienced immediately. The client never feels bruised as the healer has a skilful ability to work deeper into the tissue, releasing pent up stress, without using ones own energy to do so. Treatments usually start with a drumming ceremony followed by the healer clearing the energy centres from any negativity, before he proceeds to perform his healing stick ceremony. Drumming is a crucial part of any ceremony, as the sound vibration it creates plays an important role in invoking the ancestors. Or in today’s world we may say our angels. This drumming incorporates a cupping action on the body performed with the sticks rather than the hands. Treatments are accompanied with traditional plants. It is said that the energy of plant sap contains vital healing energy. Always at its most effective at the full moon when the water levels in the plant rises. Never is the plant allowed to be used with chemicals, as this can destroy healing energy of the plants. Just as different emotions have an effect on different parts of the body, so do plants have an effect on different emotional experiences Traditional healers see the rich plant world as God’s pharmacy. The hypoxic or African Potato has a very specific task of increasing cell activity. The more activity in the cell the more circulation is experienced towards toxic elimination. With toxins being eliminated the body is better able to heal. Marula oil has a beautiful ability to hydrate and protect the skin from dehydration. It gently protects the skin without blocking the pores’; allowing it to do what the body was designed to do…excrete toxins. Rooibos, nature’s potent anti-oxidant is said to have an intelligence so special it always works on re-storing and repairing. Used in many applications, from keeping the body strong to helping it recover from low immunity, to treating skin sensitivity. In today’s world we know that the healing energy of essential oils have been proven to assist the body on so many levels. The traditional healer would see a powerful energy vibration in the essential oils. This vibration performs well with the human electromagnetic field. Our traditional healers knew how to combine human energy and that of our plant kingdom to synergistically work with each other. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to be in touch with yourself, with nature and the world around you? To know that you hold the power with in you to perform the miracles you would want to see in your world.
In Ancient Kongo the "Greatest Crown of God" Spirituality/Cosmology and its belief system predated Ancient Egypt and Sumerian. From the beginning of time, generations of African descents have valued the sanctity of African philosophy, which connects families’ lineage and legacy by aligning living souls with those in the afterlife because one is a life of a community. Pride of any nation is intrinsically embedded in its culture, language, religion and customs. In the spiritual realm, when culture interweave with language, a life span between life and death manifest. It’s an undisputable fact of life that women are leading lights whenever the question of health-giving in broached. Within the spiritual healing dimension, women have always been at the coalface caring for the sick and dying. And, affecting much needed impact in the space of continuum of care. Within the traditional health practitioners’ dominion, the practice is also dominated by females although the hierarchy is under the control of males’ species. MANY young and old alike professionals graduate from Mpemba Institute of Afrikan Traditional Healing and Spirituality (MIATHS). Although stripped off their Majestic healing and knowledge crown. Children of Kongo pride themselves of the heritage and Indigenous Knowledge System wherever they are. In South Africa, a numbers of young professional trade their academic gowns for their Ancestors’ crown of healing. As far back as 1400, colonisers hatched diabolic stratagem prohibiting spiritualists from serving their Gods in order to stifle African ways of worship. Generally, spiritual beliefs are complicated and orthodox in nature. The prevailing mainstream academic view is that shamans are psychologically disturbed or, at worst, individuals who have recovered from a significant disturbance. Among other things, the shaman has been called mentally deranged or an outright psychotic. Shamanism may be humankind's earliest and longest-lasting healing modality. In 1977, the World Health Organisation (WHO) formally gave green light forging collaboration relationships with Traditional Healers. The organisation estimated that 80% of Africans consult traditional healers, because they employ holistic approach to healing: treating their clients spiritually tracking family trees, and even the physical well-being of individuals. Traditional Healers are generally divided into many categories, i.e. those that serve the role of diviners – diagnostician (or diviner medium), herbalists, mid-wife, traditional surgeon etc. The vehicle through which traditional knowledge is disseminated is through the oracles. Initiation schools are Centres of Higher learning, which forbade outsiders. Thus, knowledge of their teachings is inaccessible to all non-initiates. Base on their outlook, these institutions which were suppressed by the colonial powers flourished to enlighten academics, leaders, royalty and ordinary people particularly those with the gift of the Calling. “Humans undergo multidimensional initiations in their live time, with each bringing us one step closer to the truth. The essence of the body, which is the mind, heart and soul ensure we access information that links past to the present and future, where time stands still and all is understood.” said Gonondo Sheila Mbele-Khama, the trainer- Guru and Gobela, who between themselves spent time with. Within indigenous communities, shamans are considered as a symbols of hope and healing. A life journey within African philosophy is described as an expression of belief that may or may not lead to spirituality. It don’t matter whether or not the individual is awareness of this process, whether they call it a journey or something else underlying process that all people have in common. Within a life journey one encounter the spiritual as well as the material component. Spirituality can be best summoned up as a state of being or a description of an inner condition of openness to non-material life. As such, spirituality doesn’t take a cue from religion, which is an organized. Materiality is basically about the considerations and decisions we must make for physical survival. Materiality is different from materialism, which is an attitude that makes material considerations a high priority in our thoughts and actions. It is not counter-spiritual to be concerned with material needs. It is only "counter-material to be concerned with spiritual needs. As we proceed on our life’s journey, many of our problems can be traced to a static state in which these counterbalancing forces work at cross purposes without resolution. In other words, we are stuck in one area or another with regard a specific issue in our lives. Life journey can take two general forms, random or intentional. In the random form, growth occurs without attention to any specific aspect of the life journey. Growth is happening even when from the outside it would appear that all aspects of our lives are static. Intentional forms of a life journey mean we have placed our attention or focused Shamanism is best described as an Ancient African way of life, developed to connect with those in the afterlife, to allow one to transform from states of consciousness and travel to unknown realms at will to command, commune, and intercede with spirits for the benefit of those seeking answers. A shaman’s training takes a lifetime of work. It takes a great deal of practice and discipline. There are degrees (levels) of traditional shamanism. Shamanism has its roots embedded in Ancient Africa; it is a practice that is governed by the 42 Laws of Ma’at which were the foundation of Ubuntu. Ubuntu as practiced in Africa is anchored on the 42 Laws of Ma’at a document that predates the 10 Commandments. Answering the call to be a shamanism may be received with considerable ambivalence, and those who receive it may be regarded as 'doomed to inspiration. Most individuals chosen to heal through spirituality decline the gift at great risk to their health. Unfortunately, for them the symptom remains, with dreams persisting ending up eventually outwitted by Gods. In the worst of scenarios, most shamanic, those that refuse to answer Ancestral call face sickness, uncertain future or death. Shamanism is often just as much as a trial as is a triumph. Anyone who gets initiated as a spiritual healer is more likely to be born with extra spirits that guides one and make one perceptive. Most often than not, any chosen soul called to heal nations will have their fate sealed a long time before they are actually born. Generally, the most common formal diagnoses the Western world cited when one is blessed with the gift of healing will be schizophrenia or bipolar. Another prevailing mainstream academic view is that shamans are psychologically unstable. If chosen by Ancestors, one inherently inherited get their gifts from either their paternal or maternal blood line. In most families seers and those that practice as diviners go into trance and experience visitations from Gods. Their heightened spiritual powers at all times in concert with the spirits, hence they can predict the future. Those chosen to heal are able to clearly discern ordinary from realities and romanticisms and have a commitment to being embodied. At most guided souls begin to fully blossom and shown traces of their gift in their mid-twenties, this after experiencing all sorts of hustle. Some will have a difficult start to life. A shaman is to dismember them as a person and to have them reborn into something else. There are two ways of being struck. The first is the shaman’s sickness and the second is lightning. The reasoning for this is that the helping spirits determine both the ability the effectiveness of the shamanic practitioner’s work. The shamanic practitioner’s ability to generate a healing response in a patient is dependent on the practitioner’s relationship with the spirits that actually perform the healing work. The near-death experience of the shaman’s sickness is very traumatic. The would-be shaman suffers both mentally and physically. Additionally, the individual must have the desire to alleviate suffering/pain as well as a willingness to both participate in and take responsibility for their own on-going growth and healing. It is also necessary that the person discipline their ability to journey beyond this reality into the realms of the helpful and healing spirits. This ability needs to be strong enough that the journey process need no longer be supervised by an instructor. To grow into a shaman, they must accept the calling and be recognized and trained by an elder shaman - uGobela. This work is especially necessary and should include treating a person with respect and reverence, how to create a safe space, keeping clear personal/ professional boundaries, good communication skills including the use of non-judgmental language, and honouring a patient’s present reality. Training in shamanic methodologies, this has limited bearing on their skill or effectiveness as a healer. The shamanic practitioner’s ability to generate a healing response in a patient is dependent on the practitioner’s relationship with the spirits that actually perform the healing work. This is for a good reason. The aboriginal peoples of the Americas have had a great deal of problems with their spiritual beliefs. Their ways have been misrepresented and even blasphemed. Fake “Indian medicine-men” have charged an unknowing public for pseudo Indian teachings and ceremonies. Nobody knows who the real deal is and who is just out to make a buck. Wanting to avoid such an exploitative situation, the shaman associations make sure that the tradition remain true and keeps dishonourable or fake shamans from practicing.

Umuthi

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Umhlonyane (African Wormwood)

Wormwood is used for various digestion problems such as loss of appetite, upset stomach, gall bladder disease, and intestinal spasms. Wormwood is also used to treat fever, liver disease, depression, muscle pain, memory loss and worm infections; to increase sexual desire; as a tonic; and to stimulate sweating. Wormwood is used for Crohn's disease and a kidney disorder called IgA nephropathy.

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Udakwa (Wild Yam)

Wild yam is a plant. It contains a chemical called diosgenin. This chemical can be made in the laboratory into various steroids, such as estrogen and dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA). The root and the bulb of the plant are used as a source of diosgenin, which is prepared as an “extract,” a liquid that contains concentrated diosgenin.

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Umdubu (Cape Bushwillow)

The trees are semi-deciduous, as spring leaves only partially replace old foliage. These forest trees become conspicuous in late spring, when the fresh leaves turn to a pale, almost white colour, before returning to green by mid-summer.[3] In winter the foliage turns partially red or purple, which is shed just before flowering starts.[4] The fresh clusters of four-winged fruit are a colourful red or yellowy red colour, before they dry to mid-brown.

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Umathithibala

Aloe aristata is a very hardy, dwarf, stemless Aloe. The attractive dark-green leaves have a multitude of white spots and are edged with soft, small, white teeth. The red or salmon-pink flowers are inordinately large for such a small plant and are borne in November and December. It suckers freely and can create quite large clumps which are attractive in containers, rockeries or retaining walls. Plant in semi-shade in well-drained soil and water sparingly all year.

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Imboziso

Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) is a flowering plant species in the carrot family.[2] It is a hardy, perennial herb with yellow flowers and feathery leaves. It is indigenous to the shores of the Mediterranean but has become widely naturalized in many parts of the world, especially on dry soils near the sea-coast and on riverbanks. It is a highly aromatic and flavorful herb used in cookery and, along with the similar-tasting anise, is one of the primary ingredients of absinthe. Florence fennel or finocchio is a selection with a swollen, bulb-like stem base that is used as a vegetable

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African Potato

African potato has been used for some time now in treating patients with HIV/AIDS because a regular intake of the vegetable showed results in slowing down the progression of the horrible disease. But a South African expert in HIV/AIDS who spoke at the 21st Biannual Nutrition Congress which took place in Port Elizabeth last week suggested that African potato may be dangerous when consumed on a regular basis, because it may have side effects.

Astrology

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Aquarius (Jan 20 - Feb 18)

2019 It is said that adopt the pace of nature, her secret is patience. You have shown tremendous patience till now. But now is the time for you to carefully analyze the situations affecting you or asking for your attention and wisely act upon them in a very effective manner. With that said, Aquarius is blessed with tremendous analytical qualities. READ MORE

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Pisces (Feb 19 - Mar 20)

Your true self will show admirable intelligence and people will take you as a sharp cookie! You will wear your thinking cap real tight this year but beware not to get too egoistic about it, tells your Pisces horoscope 2019. So, skip the ‘e’ and let it ‘go’! You will be able to give solutions to others at the drop of a hat. You will feel at home in your natural surroundings and hit the nail on the head about many issues, including religious and intellectual subjects. READ MORE

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Aries (Mar 21 - Apr 19)

The year 2019 for you is going to be full of ups and downs, leaving you with varied and mixed results throughout the year. During the first initial months of this year, you may feel anxiety taking over you, making you quite enraged and angry, even over petty matters in your day to day life. You may notice, that a distance is formed between you and your family members, especially with your father and your brother, creating a sort of a barrier in between which may have a negative impact on the bonding that you share with one another, all because of the effect of Mars on you. READ MORE

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Taurus (Apr 20 - May 20)

This year is going to be really exciting for you, as it is filled with a lot of astonishments and amazement. The Taurus horoscope 2019 says that this year will be very fruitful for you and your dear ones because there lies a great possibility for you to get promoted at your job or obtain some good amount of profit through your business. Furthermore, students may also get a chance to go abroad, to pursue their higher education which will mark as a good opportunity for them to grow and get some exposure. READ MORE

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Gemini (May 21 - Jun 20)

The Gemini 2019 horoscope says that this year will be very crucial and significant for all the Gemini people, as there will be a lot of alterations and variations this year, for all of you. There will be both positive as well as negative changes that may occur this year, which will be affiliated with your personal life. This year will be like a roller coaster ride for you, with both optimistic as well as pessimistic experiences. Jupiter transits in your 7th House and from 2nd December it will transit in the 8th House which will mark as a very critical event in your life. READ MORE

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Cancer (Jun 21 - Jul 20)

Cancerians are usually very sentimental, sensitive and intuitive by nature, and your life as per 2019 Cancer horoscope may turn out to be really productive for them as matters related to finance, career and job is going to take a positive leap. Therefore, those who have a job will be appreciated and promoted, as your hard work and capabilities will lead you through the way and bestow you with the taste of success, confirms Ganesha. READ MORE

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Leo (Jul 23 - Aug 22)

Leo in 2019, will have an optimistic and a zealous year, as you will be filled with confidence and enthusiasm which will reflect on your everyday execution of work. Although your previous year was not fruit-bearing, this year will see a drastic change in your situation, a positive one. Thus, your performance will have a positive influence on your status, honour and self esteem. It will also boost your confidence which in turn will make you more productive and zesty, as per your your Leo 2019 astrology prediction. READ MORE

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Virgo ( Aug 23 - Sep 22)

Virgo in 2019, may witness both good and bad experiences, but do not worry as you can always hold on to the good ones, and learn something from the bad ones, says Ganesha. You will see a positive result in your professional career from the starting of 2019 till the month of April. You may get a good hike in your salary and businessmen will also receive monetary gains, as is indicated in your career horoscope 2019 for Virgo. You will feel that you are physically fit and also ready to do some long distance travelling. READ MORE

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Libra (Sep 23 - Oct 22)

Libra life in 2019, may have a blend of both rises and falls of situations and outcomes. You may see an increase in your level of reputation in the society, due to the effect of Jupiter. But as per the Libra 2019 horoscope, there may be hurdles that you have to deal with while making money due to the effect of Saturn. This will also have an impact on your mindset which will receive a lot of strain and tension as well. READ MORE

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Scorpio ( Oct 23 - Nov 21)

For all the Scorpios, this year may have its own advantages and disadvantages, that you may have to experience as per your Scorpio 2019 yearly horoscope. Your career may take a huge leap and benefit you, because of the positive impact of Jupiter on you, during this time, informs Ganesha. Although, at the starting of the year, the conditions prevailing will help you to gain success due to the concurrence of the Sun-Mercury and Venus-Jupiter, it is highly recommended to take really good care of your health by eating right and regularly exercising. READ MORE

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Sagittarius (Nov 22 - Dec 21)

Sagittarius in 2019, is going to witness the ebb and flow of opportunities and circumstances. There will be several chances where you will get a possibility to grasp, learn, grow and implement your actions accordingly, which will improve the probability of you being successful in whatever you dig your hands in. Due to the Jupiter’s transit, there is a possibility that you may go out on a pilgrimage to very holy and sacred place close to you. READ MORE

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Capricorn ( Dec 22 - Jan 19)

Get ready as the world will be your oyster, as per Capricorn 2019 horoscope! You will come off with flying colors as you will witness a positive transformation in both, personal and professional life, a whole nine yards, during this phase. The tenth sign of the Zodiac, the Earthy Capricorn, represents that you are an ambitious, determined and helpful person. It is truly said that, it is better to stock up before the winter comes. As you are also a reliable, practical and hardworking person, it is a perfect time to think about your future. And remember that, action speaks better than words. READ MORE