Sun in Sagittarius Astrology

If you are an astrologer about to consult with a Sagittarius, be straight to the point and honest. The Sagittarius wants you to tell them the truth whatever that may be. In fact, the major quest in the Sagittarians life is the quest for truth and the need to know. There are different paths that other astrology signs follow to find their own truth, but the Sagittarian wants the direct path. They adopt an outgoing and inquisitive attitude from a young age which can endear them to teachers early on only to create problems in the young adulthood as a know it all.

One question always present in the back of the Sagittarius mind will be: “Can I believe you? Are telling the truth? Do you know something I don’t know?” The astrology for the Sagittarian tells us that they are destined to question belief systems, whether it is a religious belief system, a social belief system, or the belief structure that they grew up with. “What do I believe” is another underlying question that propels them on their personal journey in life.

The need to know can be a burden the Sagittarius unconsciously carries, it drives them to find out knowledge which is a good quality, however, when they encounter a situation in life when they do not have the answers, or do not know what to do next it is very uncomfortable for them.

The conditioning for truth and knowledge is usually laid at a very young age. Many times the Sagittarius was lied to even under the guise for their own good, but when they found out what the “real” answer was such as there really isn’t a Santa Claus, then indignation can occur that will lead them to want to know or needing to know.

They learn that the truth can be powerful, and when they have the answer they can be either accepted, such as a good student answering questions or made wrong, such as when they were a preschooler and they found out that Santa Claus was not real and they told the other children.

This making wrong leads them to be very sensitive to being judged. The Sagittarius person destiny is to understand the role of judgment, they can be very sensitive to what they believe is right, or their version of the truth, and judge others. Many times the Sagittarian does not realize that he or she is judging on a constant basis. This is part of human nature but more intense with Sagittarius. The judgment comes from the underlying need to have the answer, therefore is examining the world through what is right or wrong and sizing people and situations up against a preconceived opinion.

When they find a better solution or better answer they are willing to move on and adopt a new belief or philosophy. The gift that the Sagittarian has to bring to the world is to explore for the answers then share what they know with others. This can lead them into problems in romantic relationships if the relationship was first established with a teacher-student feeling, as it will become old.

The Sagittarian many times will find at a point in their life troubled with a lawsuit. This seems to be a fated circumstance as the lesson of the lawsuit is to not only fight for what they believe in but also to learn to know when what they want to believe to be right or just and what the law says can be two different things.

It is important for the Sagittarius individual to be free to follow where their quest takes them. If you are a Sagittarius do not get tied down with an overabundance of obligations or your spirit will be stifled. The pursuit of financial wealth for the Sagittarius is usually connected with wanting to be free. Freedom to travel or the freedom of not being restricted to a budget feels natural. This leads the Sagittarius to take a financial risk at times; in essence to gamble for the big payoff which may or may not work out as anticipated.

Astrology is a great resource to help understand why you do what you do, and why certain situations are your unique trials, tribulations, and lessons. Learn astrology and you can be your own astrologer and use the guidance to find and achieve self-awareness and happier life.

This article was written by Donna Page.

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