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She's Beauty & She's Grace: Libra Season Is Upon Us Which Means Peace And Justice Are Near

It's time for balance.

By Diandra Malivindi
Every month, we welcome a new zodiac sign to guide us and our decisions over the coming 30 or so days. Now, it's Libra's turn to influence our day-to-day choices, and thankfully, this astrological season looks to be a good one.
An influence on our hopes and dreams, turning to the stars each month means that the astrologically inclined can prepare themselves for the potential danger or blessings that lie in wait. And as we inch closer to the end of the zodiac calendar—and to the holiday season—we can only hope that we're in for some relief.
As the season of self-improvement with Virgo comes to an end, there's no better time to embrace Libra's bountiful blessings, including a new moon and equinox headed our way.
With a new moon taking over the skies on September 25, the astronomical event is here to bring you more pleasantries and gratification, whether that be through your love life or career. Essentially, Libra season is all about magnifying the beauty and finding peace in your day-to-day—so, get ready to embrace it.
Curious about what Libra season 2022 means for your zodiac sign? Scroll on to find out.

WHEN DOES LIBRA SEASON START IN 2022?

Dust off your kitchen scales because Libra season kicks off on September 23 and ends on October 23. The seventh sign in the zodiac, the air sign is here to bring balance, peace and tranquility. The energy of this month will prioritise sociability, harmony and fair-minded ways of thinking, plus communication and charisma will be at their peak this season. Rather than getting distracted by relying on your intuition, look at your life with a more rational mind, think fairly and forgo favouritism.

WHAT IS LIBRA SEASON 2022 ALL ABOUT?

Kicking off Libra season is the new moon headed to our skies on September 25. With an aspect in Jupiter, this new moon is set to inhabit the planet's most well-known characteristics—abundance and luck. Think of this new moon as the chance to magnify your life and amp it up tenfold. The new moon in Libra is ruled by Venus, which we know as the planet of love, beauty and values, which means that this lunar event is set to bring you gratification and luck in abundance.
But there's even more headed our way this season, thanks to an equinox set to shift the paradigm. A signal for the change in seasons, an equinox is typically heavily embroiled in the cardinal energy of both Aries and Libra. The charge from the equinox means that this new moon in Libra is all the more powerful than most—think of it as a chance to prepare for growth and possibility.
This season, you might find yourself looking back at past decisions you've made and seeing them with more clarity. If you're one who thrives on quick decision-making—a trait most Libras don't possess—then you might find yourself need a little more time before making any rash decisions. Think about things with fairness at the front and centre, consider problems from all sides and take in all the evidence before making a verdict on someone or something.
While negotiation and social balance is your strength this season, it could come across as a noncommittal. This month, consider putting big decisions on the back burner and try not to push people too far, keep to compromising and offer forgiveness to loved ones. Remember to value your relationships and friendships, listen to them and reach out if they need a shoulder to lean on.
When it comes to getting your flirt on, now's the time to do so. Ruled by Venus, the planet of beauty and romance, it's time to charm the socks off others and enjoy embracing your outward appearance—the latter may not be our sole focus, but there's nothing wrong with loving how you look on the outside and the inside.

WHICH ZODIAC SIGNS WILL FEEL LIBRA SEASON THE MOST?

No matter your star sign, Libra season is the perfect time to beautify your life, it can even be as small as treating yourself to a spa day or to a home decor piece you've eyeing off. When it comes to Libras, it's not that deep. Aesthetics may seem vapid upfront but dedicating some of your energy to how you look and feel on the outside can make a difference in the long run.
As expected, every zodiac sign will benefit from what this year's Libra season has in store. Of course, Libras among us are sure to indulge from its splendour the most—after all, the stars want what they want.
For air signs (Libra, Gemini, Aquarius), you could find that you and your loved ones are craving a change, perhaps that's because you're feeling a little hostility coming from them. This month, you should focus on finding your safe place and understanding that this new season is here to give you a second chance—so don't burn bridges.
For Earth signs (Virgo, Taurus and Capricorn), it's time to let go of your expectations or you'll walk into Libra season feeling disappointed and let down. It's also time to get out of your self-inflicted funk and feel gratitude for what you do have. This month could see you welcome a new circle of health and well-being, with moderation definitely being key during this time. It's the perfect time to work on solving difficulties in a healthy way, think of 'whatever it takes' as your new motto.
For fire signs (Aries, Leo and Sagittarius), take into consideration that you could need to work on your relationships, and it's best to do so in private, rather than in front of an audience. This month could see you deal with some harsh realities, and it's important to practice balance between your wild dreams and practical desires.
For water signs (Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces), it's all about communication. Remember, if you don't put in the effort, everything is bound to fall apart, so this time, rebuild with the intention of making it last. While you might want relationships to go the distance, it'll benefit you to master balancing them with your work life too. Libra season could also see you start to feel introspective, so make sure you welcome compassion and value communication.
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