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Monday, 5 September 2011

SIGNS & HEALTH PISCES

PISCES - 
Pisces the Fishes, is   the twelfth sign of the tropical zodiac. The key phrase for Pisces is "I believe". This is the sign of expanded emotions, sensitivity and natural dumb luck.
This deeply sensitive and charming sign is ruled by Jupiter  and Neptune. The new-age ruler of Pisces is Neptune, planet of the mysterious, illusory, spiritual and sensitive aspects in man. Piscean people are apt to be idealistic, sensitive and responsive to the thoughts and feelings of others. Their temperament varies from being strongly optimistic to acutely pessimistic. They are generally not ambitious for material gain, preferring human interactions. Their charm, humour and sympathy is what opens the gates of opportunities. Their dramatic abilities lead them to develop art, music or poetry. They are shy, artist, writers, actors & dreamers. Their behavior is unpredictable at times. Some of them are neat and well organized, while others are careless. The love to write fantastic novels, poetry and produce other artistic endeavors.

Pisces are daredevil and risk-taker. They like thrills of car racing, piloting a plane, exploring the wilderness, or hunting game. Pisces can be a compulsive eater. Sports and physical fitness routines are a good way to keep in shape and reduce emotional stress. Horseback riding, dancing, skating, swimming or sailing are favored activities.

Pisces (Rules the Feet)

Internally, Pisces rules the lymphatic system, synovial fluids and functions of the glands in general. Externally, it rules the feet and toes and structurally the bones of the feet.

Swelling, allergic reaction to drugs, injuries to the feet and related problems are common complaints, but the Piscean emotional nature can also make them vulnerable to psychosomatic illness. The susceptibility of the Piscean nature to drugs and alcohol as a way of dealing with the pressures of the world needs to be addressed in a sensitive and realistic way.
Shades of Pisces
Pisces rules the pale green, purple, rose and grey-blue. Pisces people also benefit through the intellectually stimulating ray of yellow.

Pisces Birthstone
The birthstone for Pisces is the aquamarine. Pisces also responds to the energies of chrysolite and moonstone. Remember only to wear these stones if you want to bring their influence into your life. 

Flowers and Herbs
gardenia, orchid, lilac, wisteria, water lily, poppy and pansy.
Bach Flower Essences
Hornbeam
Tiredness, weariness, mental and physical exhaustion.
Scleranthus
Changeable, indecisive, suffers from extreme moods and energy, does not seek advice of others or physicians.
Homoeopathic Remedy
Veratrum album
Used in the treatment of heat exhaustion, headache, nausea, cramps.
Metal: pewter; tin compounds
Cell Salt: ferr phos
Healing Musical Note: B
Healing Aromas
Apple, camphor, cardamom, gardenia, hyacinth, jasmine, lily, mugwort, myrrh, palmarosa, sandalwood, vanilla, ylang-ylang.
Photobiotics
Pisceans should avoid intoxicants, as this is one of the addictive signs.
Many foods do not agree with Pisces, especially milk and dairy products, leading to lymphatic stasis and phlegm.
Fish is their best source of protein.
Lemon and lime juices, cranberries and apple juice offset lymphatic stasis.
Best grains are brown rice, bulghur wheat and quinoa, all being a fine lime green color when viewed under a prism.
Cabbage, celery and green juices will keep their lymphatic system flowing, along with good breathing and exercise.
Tubers like potato and sweet potato are good starch foods. Eat fresh salads daily to keep the bowels in order.
Susceptible Areas: thighs, sex organs
Afflictions
·        extravagance, indulgence and feasting leading to impure blood, intestinal putrefaction, obesity and cancer;
·        fond of alcohol;
·        oedema, lymphatic stasis, swollen ankles/feet, sores, ulcers;
·        insomnia;
·        tendency to catch pneumonia;
·        corns, bunions;
·        slothful, neglectful.
Karmic Tendencies
Self-pitying
alcoholism

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