Mainstream astrology, no. Most horoscopes you'll find on the internet are based on the zodiac sign that your sun was in on the moment you were born. But when you dig deeper, do a natal chart for example, you will get a pretty accurate description of who you are.
It will show you the zodiac signs all of the planets in our solar system on the exact minute you were born. Different planets rule different aspects of your personality.
The sun, for example, is the planet of the Self. The moon = emotions. Venus is the planet of love and relationships. Mercury is the planet of communication. Mars is the planet of action, and so forth.
From a scientific standpoint, it IS in my eyes plausible too, when you take into account how much the moon alone influences the tide of the ocean here on Earth. We are beings made of water, and our brains are encased in water. Why SHOULDN'T the planets at that time influence that? We have no way of measuring that yet either, so nobody can say it's fake or real. Dig deeper into astrology than your newspaper or internet horoscopes on buzzfeed/whatever, you'll find it to be very interesting
If you could have any three things in the world, what would they be? :)
@brainkaranja 3rd one... how? :)
@Rayse true... why not wish it right?
@Boredoutofmymind that's actually nice..
@Anonymous-Void ironman suit? Hahaha
@Matthyah aweee <3 nice one :)
@focus of what?
@Areveliostupefy yeah... these were great things to wish
@brandflakes why like kitty? Haha
@cjko i mean have you seen kitties? kitties are love kitties are life
I think if you have control over your mind, you can persevere through most hard things.
like having good impulse control over addictive behaviors (constant social media usage for example) is the start. Then you slowly become self aware of addictive thoughts (social judgement for example) then you start controlling that.
Now, the only way it seems to actually CONTROL (misleading word) is to actually just stop doing it. Then you keep doing NOT doing it then it becomes a lifestyle. Then your brain will be hardwired to be self sufficient and truly independent --> you become a superhuman?
if you get there, you can then actually do long term gratification things rather than bunch of small nothings.
So, to sum up,
you identify addictive behaviors
you identify addictive thoughts stemming from the behavior
you detach/let go/stop doing whatever it is
you get used to not doing these very very fun and bad stuff for long enough
you are more able to persevere through long term projects in life (however, relapse is possible)
its not that you control anything, its that you aren't controlled by anything