6 ways to help live your harmonious life during Virgo season


As we transition into the powerful and humble earth sign, ruled by Mercury. Virgo season begins on the 22nd of August. The energetic cycle lasts until the 22nd of September. Here are 6 ways to tame chaos during Virgo season, what Virgo is best at.  


1.Organize your workspace

Virgos are the zodiac’s editors, with keen eyes to spot what needs to be fixed or improved. These weeks are the perfect time to clear out the clutter and organize your workspace. So light up your Guérison candle, put on some music, and clean away. 


2. Build your best life 

Virgo season is the best time to start making moves toward living your healthiest, most balanced life.

Self-care is one of the sharpest tools in Virgo’s arsenal. Integrate it into your lifestyle over the next four weeks. Once you’ve experienced the benefits of stress-relieving baths with your Guérison candle and morning workouts, you’ll never go back.


3. Use your words

Virgo season sharpens our command of language. However, you may discover that you have more to say than you gave yourself credit for during this zodiac season. Try to implement literature in your daily life this season. End the day with a good book in bed and your Guérison candle by your side. 


4. Take a digital detox

During Virgo season, data and information rule. However, too much of anything is never healthy. Smartphones can zap your focus. This is the time to take a break. Take a complete break, even for 24 hours, or try a switch-off period. Time away from your screens will make you more peaceful, thoughtful, and connected with the real people in your lives.


5. Embrace the wild

When mentally agile Virgo rules the skies, it’s easy to spiral into overthinking and become ungrounded in the process. To get centered again, lean into the earthy energy of this star sign. Have a relaxed walk in nature to clear the brain. Leave your phone behind, walk slowly and without agenda. 


6. Embrace wabi-sabi

 All this self-improvement could easily lead to setting new “impossible” ideals—but there’s an antidote! Wabi-sabi is the Japanese art of finding beauty in imperfect things. Living wabi-sabi can be as simple as savoring the magic of heirloom tomatoes in late August, cooking with seasonal ingredients, or adding more houseplants before it gets too cold to spend all your time outside. Try to do so these weeks.

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