The new zodiac signs 2011 have been largely unpopular. Although the new zodiac signs 2011 aren’t binding, believers acted as if they were when they broke. While astrologers insist that these changes have been around forever, and can just be ignored, many feared that their identity had changed. Some have spent so long tailoring themselves to one symbol they don’t want to go to another one. However, while the new signs have inspired panic in some, it could be an opportunity for others.
Western horoscope readers can probably take a tip from those in the East. In Eastern astrology, they have tailored their system to the changing stars for years, and are used to changing their allegiances. But for many around here, their old stars have worked too well for them to shift their loyalty.
However, the new zodiac signs can unlock new aspects of one’s personality for those who take it that seriously. Some take it so seriously that they avoid people who fall under symbols they hate. For a few, they might now fall under that star — to their disgust.
But perhaps a silent minority is out there that fits better under the revised system. Not everyone is likely to be comfortable with their old star, as it may not completely fit their personality. Of course, the changes might have put them under one that is even more inaccurate.
To others, their new signs might fit better, even if they aren’t 100 percent tailored to them. There could be traits under their fresh star that are more appealing and easier to aspire to. Since this was revealed right after New Years, it could be a nice late New Years resolution to be more like their changed symbol.
In some cases, believers may fall under two stars, and can aspire to blend both. In this case of this author, having a birthday on Dec. 17 goes right between Sagittarius and the new Ophiuchus. A Sagittarius aspires to live the good life, can be overly expressive, and hopes to make a difference – which is quite fitting for this writer.
But under the new zodiac, being an Ophiuchus can make one interpret dreams better, become more inventive, and seek more peace and harmony. Given how stressful work can be, these aren’t bad traits to have – especially when living the good life and making a difference gets too hard.
Of course, the big news around the new zodiac is how believers loathe change, or having a different symbol. Yet that doesn’t mean it is a universally held position, even if that isn’t news worthy.
Universal Psychic Guild- “Star Sign Explained: Sagittarius”
The Collegian Online- “Zodiac crises understandable”
North Jersey- “Maybe Ophiuchus is your heavenly sign”