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Daily Astrology Tuesday April 27

Daily Astrology Tuesday April 27

The Moon moves into Leo which usually means a lot of people go into attention-seeking drama and “notice me” behaviors… really boring.

A healthy use of this energy is to see if you are getting – and allowing yourself – the attention and credit you deserve…. or you are not and need to make sure you do!

As well see if people give you the loyalty you want and need, or not.

Use the energy to connect with your “inner child” and see what he/she wants and needs from you, now that you have grown up and can provide… what was missing for you as a child that you the adult can provide? Do it… it is very healing.

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