The Moon is in transit through the sign of Gemini and ends on the return of Jupiter, the great planet of opportunity, by the sign of Libra. Uranus and Neptune are still retrograde.
Looming a very intense stage within the horoscope for the return of Jupiter ends in the element of air to pass to the element of water in the morning.
This important movement of the great planet of opportunities will each sign compared to the new paths, paths that the transitarlos be taught that touch of freshness that is so necessary to keep a loving relationship healthy and stable.
Moreover many natives of the water signs like Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces will feel a kind of anxiety or concern about the imminence of the transit of Jupiter, an expectation of something good that is coming but does not know that you can be.
The good news is that there is no worry, on the contrary, to open the mind, heart and life to what lies ahead of us, to that inner transformation that will place you on the right path to the realization sentimental, and the stable commitment.
All this so you can better understand by consulting your daily horoscope so you can effectively apply these energies into your daily life and your sign in particular.
St. Francis of Assisi was born Giovanni di Pietro Bernardone in Assisi, current Italy, around 1182. His father was a merchant and his mother was from a noble family, so she grew up without worries. Your dad did a lot of business in France, so when I was out of town, the child said to him “francesco” (the French). Photo: Shutterstock | Univision
And although named Giovanni (John), the small he was known more as Francesco also for his love of the French language and the songs of troubadours. A young man lived very comfortably between luxuries and wealth, spending a lot of money and with ambitions of being a great businessman. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
When Francis was like some twenty years ago, there was strife and discord between the cities of Perugia and Assisi, in which he was involved, by joining the army. From there, he ended up in prison. Francis was imprisoned for a year and then fell seriously ill, time which allowed him to reflect and to mature emotionally. Photo: Shutterstock | Univision
It is said that he had his first vision in the small church of San Damiano, which was half-destroyed and abandoned. Heard before an image of Christ a voice calling him to repair the Church. So, without hesitation, Francis took part of his fortune and goods, selling them to donate it all to the priest, and thus restore the temple, an action that unleashed the wrath of his father. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
They say that his father found it so poorly dressed and dirty at the temple, hit him with a fury and returned to the village, where people poked fun at Francis as if he had lost his reason. He was locked in a room with shackles at 25 years, but his mother released him, and he returned to serve the poor in the church. Photo: Shutterstock | Univision
Then his father took him before the bishop of Assisi for that, if I wanted to pursue acting as well, then renounce formally to their inheritance. Francis responded by giving everything to your father, including your own clothes, complaining as well of their fortune and life, and renouncing any earthly good. At 25 years, in poverty, he left his hometown. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
It is believed that your life is inspired in Matthew 10,9, where Jesus says to his disciples: “do not take gold, silver or coins in the belt” when traveling to preach the Gospel. Francisco felt inspired to do the same thing and began to travel to preach repentance in poverty. Photo: Shutterstock | Univision
During the following years he dedicated himself to rebuild some of the churches, and to preach the Gospel, wearing only a robe, since he had given away his sandals, belt and a few belongings that I had. Soon he began to attract followers, who wanted to be with him and help preach the word of God. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
His first disciple was Bernard of Quintavalle, who was a rich merchant also from Assisi who sold all that he had and give to the poor, just like him. His second disciple was Peter of Cattaneo. San Francisco gave them habits to the two in April 1209. Soon came to have twelve disciples, as had Jesus. Photo: Shutterstock | Univision
Pope Innocent III did not want to give support to Francis and his followers, but he had a dream in which he saw Francis holding with his body the Basilica of Saint John Lateran, the cathedral of the diocese of Rome, which was on the point of collapse. So, the pope interpreted the dream as a sign, and so allowed Francis to preach, and appointed him a deacon. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
With time, the number of his followers was increasing and Francisco began to form a religious order, now called franciscan or franciscan. In addition, with the collaboration of Santa Clara, founded the female branch of the order, the Poor Ladies, better known as the poor clares. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
Later, in 1224, he retired to the Mount Auvergne and built a small cell. There happened the miracle of the stigmata, as they were printed the signs of the passion of Christ in his body. From then on, her hands inside the sleeves of the habit and wore shoes and socks. He said that he had been revealed to you things you never say to a man. Time after he went down from the Mount, and healed many sick people. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
However, his health was deteriorating. In accordance with his last wish, was sent to the Portiuncula, where he established himself in a hut near the chapel. He died on 3 October 1226 at the age of 44 years. He was canonized in July of 1228 and his feast is celebrated on the day following his death, on the 4th of October. Photo: Shutterstock | Univision
Since 1929, the 4th of October is also celebrated as the International Day of animals in honor of St. Francis of Assisi, who was the first to preach that animals were creatures of God and therefore enjoyed the same rights as humans. Photo: Shutterstock | Univision
In 1980, pope John Paul II declared St. Francis of Assisi, the Patron Saint of animals, veterinarians and ecologists, which is also frequently represents him surrounded by creatures. Photo: Shutterstock | Univision
St. Francis of Assisi teaches us the value of humility and sacrifice. To live with simplicity, austerity and a lot of love to God. Teaches us to live close to the word of the Lord, and not from attachment to material things. To learn to find happiness in what we have, even in poverty. And also, to recognize that all creatures are equal. Photo: Shutterstock | Univision
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