True true baby boo
…and I’m not one of those ‘halo, toga wearing, beautifully winged angels with the bright lights and the melodies they ride from the notes praising through the song from the trumpet.’ Not this angel! I’m more of the, if John Travolta as Michael the archangel and Angelina jolie as maleficent celebrated cinco de Mayo and engaged in passionate intimacy….I would be their daughter. Is the angel I am!Mia Luna
Sagittarius & Following Freedom
The need for freedom is a hallmark feature of the Sagittarian personality, the archetypes associated with Sagittarius continue the theme: Explorer, Roamer, Philosopher, and Student. These individuals have a sustained demand for independence and follow the prophecy of self ruling and regulation. Sagittarius is the sign of travel and adventure; and as the zodiac’s philosophers, these natives have a pronounced urgency to wander at their own will. The symbol for Sagittarius - the the hunter with the arrow pointing towards the heavens represents this sign’s need for constant movement and the search for new adventures that increase their understanding of the world. Even when they are involved in most committed relationships, the illusion of freedom must always be present. Any form of constriction or micro management results in deep feelings of claustrophobia and frustration- Sagittarians are fierce guardians of their own independence, and will thoroughly consider the implications decisions will have on this aspect of their lives.
The sign of Sagittarius welcome change with open arms. They are instilled with a clever curiosity and a childlike inquisitiveness to command all the world’s knowledge. Sagittarians will travel the world far and wide to add levity to their experience and worldliness to their wisdom. Their eternal quest for learning is nourished by travel, assimilation into new cultures and integrating various insights from foreigners. Sagittarians require a certain amount of freedom of movement so they can hunt around for that deeper fulfilment. Even without the economic freedom, the Sagittarius is likely to fill up on books, varied documentaries and collect pictures of exotic places to nurture their mental expansion.
Sagittarians are very concerned about freedom and will base their decisions on the amount of freedom given by the choice. They may turn down tremendous opportunities for fear of commitment and sometimes feel as though their spirit will be burnt out of they focus it on one object of desire. In relationships, if the Sagittarian feels constrained, controlled or possessed this will act as an immediate turn off. People born under this sign prefer relationships to remain casual, fun loving and free of heavy emotional undertones; the word ‘marriage’, ‘commitment’ or ‘move in’, are likely to erupt in anxieties and discomfort. The Sagittarian spirit becomes very restless when it is forced to sit still and they are discontent with accepting the reality society has constructed. Their guiding motivation -the need to infuse human experience with meaning and vision is tied to their independence; without the opportunity of freedom to wander, the Sagittarian soul is tired, ill at ease and discontent.
1. wandering from place to place without any settled home; nomadic.
2. leading an unsettled or carefree life.
6. a person, usually without a permanent home, who wanders from place to place; nomad.
7. an idle wanderer without a permanent home or visible means of support; tramp; vagrant.
8. a carefree, worthless, or irresponsible person; rogue.
"I knew terrible things."