Understanding and Directing Solar Return Energies Part One: How to Interpret Your Solar Return Chart Ascendant

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'I prefer to think of the Solar Return Chart in the same way I do the Natal Chart, which is that it does not determine outcomes or destinies in an inflexible way, but instead serves to highlight the ENERGIES available to you in the form of opportunities and/or frustrations that we can choose to take advantage of and navigate to the best of our abilities.  We are not victims to fate, but living, conscious beings with power to direct our lives by the choices we make.  In this post, I would like to focus at how to interpret your own Solar Return (SR) chart with a mind towards recognizing the opportunities available to you this year as well as frustrations/obstacles in order to navigate them successfully.'

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