Sun in Virgo in Medical Astrology
You work very hard and like to do everything to the best of your ability. In fact, your sense of identity is largely determined by your work. A common source of stress for Virgo is found in the workplace, especially if you are not temperamentally suited to your job. You do many things well, but this is not really the point. You need to learn to enjoy what you are doing too. It is important that your job provides you with a feeling of fulfilment.
You have a good awareness of health matters. Even so, you can be prone to digestive complaints, assimilation disorders, metabolic problems, respiratory conditions as well as burnout. Ensure you watch what you eat. You may be sensitive to particular foods, or perhaps prone to certain allergies. Parts of the body that can be affected include the intestines, gall bladder, spleen, and pancreas.
You have a youthful outlook and will probably retain this youthfulness well into mid-life and beyond, but your perfectionist attitude means that you tend to worry and this attitude can have a large bearing on your overall wellbeing. When stressed, you can become anxious about many things, including your health, and you can develop a tendency towards hypochondria. Try to relax and stop worrying, for this will actually improve your health. Yoga is especially good for your spirit.
As you learn to go with the flow of life and discover more about yourself, you will find that you can stop trying to be perfect and just enjoy living. This will improve your general outlook and health. When feeling stressed, it is important that you spend a time by yourself, for it centres you and gives you time to recuperate, but don’t isolate yourself too much from people.
When under pressure, you can be overly critical and focus too much on negatives, of yourself, of others and the world around you. You are often your own worst critic. You are very self-sufficient and a good organiser, but you can get stressed when things don’t go according to plan. You have high ideals but as you mature you will discover that you cannot fix all the imperfections around you. Letting yourself and others make mistakes is an art that you will come to learn as you move through life. In doing so, you will find that your health improves and you will not be at the mercy of a variety of aches and pains. You will find that it is this focus on imperfections that lies at the heart of your tendency towards hypochondria. As you learn to relax and express yourself without being critical, you will find that you will feel better in more ways than one. Herbs and aromatherapy oils that are useful for indigestion include: Basil, Fennel, & Peppermint. For relaxation try: Bergamot, Cedarwood, Geranium, Lavender or Lemongrass.