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Encouraging Words For Each Zodiac Sign On 12/12

In numerology, 1212 is an angel number that emphasizes encouragement toward growth and change. On December 12th (12/12), it’s every zodiac sign’s time to take a step out of their comfort zone. Embrace the risk of something new that’s enticed you for a while but you’ve been too scared to reach for. The universe is guiding you towards that risk now; it will protect you during this daring leap into the unknown.


“There is so much life after this season of hurt. There are so many good things to experience going forward. You won’t be here in the pain forever, and you won’t feel like this forever. There are cities to travel to. Friends to make. Countless books whose pages are just waiting for you to turn them. New people to explore the world with. New people to love. There are beautiful days filled with sunshine where you will wonder how you can feel so alive. There are rainy days where you will take comfort in a hot cup of tea and a poem that hugs you. There will be opportunities. Growth. Stillness.

There is music you haven’t danced to yet. There will be deep laughter you can’t even imagine right now.

Lazy days where you stay in bed and luxuriate in the quiet. And days full of adventure that will leave you breathless and exhilarated. There will be new levels of you to meet. Each extraordinary one waiting under a Layer you need to strip back. Keep going. There is an abundance of life for you to live.”

Parm K.C., “You Will Feel Whole Again


New Beginnings

I know that moving forward isn’t easy, but I also know that it’s possible. I know your heart might not be ready to let go just yet, but I also know that it’s necessary. I know that you’re wondering if you will find happiness again, but I also know that you can. I know that it’s hard to see past this moment, but this moment is not forever. If people can be temporary in our lives, then so too can feelings. Feel everything you need to feel at this moment, as this feeling is necessary for your healing. Hold onto the hope that you can carry yourself through this pain and uncertainty, until the days feel a little brighter and your soul feels a little lighter.”

Charlotte Freeman, “This Was Meant To Find You (When You Needed it Most)


“It took me a long time to realize that not everything in life is meant to be a beautiful story. Not every person we feel something deep and moving with is meant to make a home within us, is meant to be a forever.

Sometimes, people come into our lives to teach us how to love; and sometimes, people come into our lives to teach us how not to love. How not to settle, how not to shrink ourselves ever again. Yes, sometimes people leave-but that’s okay, because their lessons always stay, and that is what matters. That is what remains.”

Bianca Sparacino, “The Strength In Our Scars”


How do you heal when you can’t remove yourself from what’s causing the pain?

You learn boundaries. You learn that none of us can insulate ourselves fully from the ache of the world, from other broken hearts, from inevitable stress. You learn that the journey was never about that, anyway; it’s only ever been about strengthening yourself from the inside out.

Training your mind to be more conscious of what it entertains. To act not out of compulsion or obligation, but true choice—out of self-preservation, and self-love. You look inward at what pieces of yourself you see within those who bother you most deeply, and you work on healing those pieces. You get better at communicating what you need.

You make the changes that need to occur within your own life, and then you notice what gently alleviates the tension.

You notice that the situation hasn’t lightened, but you have.

You have changed what moment you meet.”

Brianna Wiest, “The Pivot Year”


How To Stop Overthinking F*cking Everything

Take a deep breath. Hold it. Count to five. Exhale. Repeat as often as necessary. Talk it out. Take a break. Take a walk.

Take some time for yourself. Ask for help. Remember that no one is thinking about you as much as you are thinking about you. Consider this to be a relief. Understand most things are forgivable, including you. Stop defining yourself by your mistakes and simply learn from it all instead. Stop judging other people for their shortcomings and forgive them while you’re at it. Sit with the quiet. Check the facts.

Check yourself. Check the front door once. Choose com-passion. Remind yourself that preparing for the worst does not make you more prepared for the worst; it just makes you suffer. Trust that you can get through anything that comes your way. Trust your judgment. Trust your heart. Live from a place of hope, not fear.”

Molly Burford, “Moments to Hold Close”


“No more watering yourself down to make them more comfortable.

No more silencing yourself to protect their egos.

It’s so hard to speak up for yourself as an adult when you grew up feeling like it was safer to bury your feelings and hide your uncomfortable truths.

It’s so hard to imagine that people will accept and embrace every part of who you are when you’ve been shrinking yourself for so long—but when you’re willing to step outside of your comfort zone, rediscover your voice, and accept every part of yourself in full, your life starts to transform in beautiful ways that would otherwise never be possible.

Rediscovering yourself can be hard, time-consuming, frightening, and draining. Don’t be afraid of the discomfort that comes with it. Don’t be afraid to seek out the professional and community support that you need as you navigate this life-altering process. Don’t be afraid to take the first step. Don’t be afraid to start—because the rewards that come in the form of personal growth, happiness, and fulfillment are well worth the effort.”

Michell C. Clark, “Eyes On The Road”


Full Hands

If you hold on too tightly to people who have already let you go, you won’t have the chance to grab hold of all the beautiful things that are actually meant for you.

—Let go.”

Charlotte Freeman, “Everything You’ll Ever Need (You Can Find Within Yourself”


“Instead of focusing on how far you still have to go, take some time today to remind yourself of how far you’ve already come. Yes, you might still be struggling. And yes, you may still have some distance to cover, but those things don’t discount the progress you’ve already made. Healing takes time. Life takes time. It’s not a process that can be rushed.

You’ll get there when you get there. And you’re allowed to give yourself that time.

Beating yourself up for not being further along does absolutely nothing to help get you closer to where you want to be. It makes you feel inadequate and ashamed, and it keeps you stuck. So stop fixating on how much farther you need to go and start acknowledging how incredible it is that you’ve gotten as far as you have. That despite how difficult this path has been, you haven’t given up. That even though you’ve felt hopeless and defeated, you keep showing up every day and trying your best. Because that’s what matters.

I know it can be so painful to feel stuck. I know you’re tired.

And I know that it’s hard not to feel ashamed if it’s taking you longer. But you have to let go of this idea that you should be further ahead. Trust that it’s okay to be where you are. Trust that you won’t be here forever. Trust that you will get to where you need to be in your own time. You’re doing the best you can each day to fight the darkness you feel and take steps forward in your process, and that’s all you can ask of yourself. It’s enough. No matter where you are in your journey, you’re enough.”

Daniell Koepke, “Daring To Take Up Space”


“Stop thinking about him.

Stop watching the clock. Stop checking your phone. Stop fantasizing about what’s going to happen or what’s not going to happen or when it’s going to happen or if it’s going to happen.

Stop wasting moments of your life waiting around for someone else to show up. Don’t you see? Time is passing and the world is moving with or without you.

Do you really want to spend your time waiting on someone else?

Do you really want to spend your life existing for someone else?

Release your worries and go live your life.

There is a world out there waiting for your attention.”

Déjà Rae, “Come Home To Yourself”


We Are Meant For More

Often we simmer too long on the negative feelings we endure depression, anxiety, stress, unhappiness, sadness-and we tend to forget that these instances where we feel the lowest, when we feel like were underwater with no oxygen in sight, where we think our goals cannot be achieved or that the person we hoped we would become will only exist in our minds—are actually beautiful reminders that we are meant for more. These cues show us that our current lifestyles, experiences, and mindsets are not serving or feeding our souls.

So rather than focusing on detaching from these lower feelings, we must first understand that they are there to teach us, to guide us, and to enlighten us. Only then will we realize that we are meant to live a life that is more abundant, joyful, and blissful. And it is in that moment where we can choose to change our realities.

Karin Hadadan, “Beauty In The Stillness”


“The truth is, if someone wants to be in your life, they will be. They will be, whether their day was hectic or not. They will be, no matter who texts whom first. They’ll be here when life is beautiful and you laugh together until your guts hurt, but they’ll also be here when life is difficult.

They’ll be here on those lonely nights when you can’t fall asleep, and those mornings when you can’t get up because your heart weighs too much. They will be there when it’s easy and when it’s not.

If someone wants to be in your life, you’ll never have to doubt it. You’ll just know. There won’t be any mixed signals. There won’t be tears about things between you being so much better yesterday than they are today. There won’t be confusion, and you won’t have to wonder how your relationship can be a fairytale one day and a drama the next.

Let today be the day you stop lying to yourself. Let it be the day you move on, the day you forgive yourself for loving them too deeply, and for investing time and pieces of your heart in someone who wasn’t ready for your love.”

Eileen Lamb, “Be The One”


“You are brave for walking your body out of bed and for trying to do your best every single day.

You are doing your best. Others don’t need to understand what your best is. You are brave for trying to move on. You are brave for forgiving that person that seemed impossible to forgive. You are brave for giving up on that thing that you never dreamed you would have to give up on. You are brave for loving after love broke you. You are brave for continuing to keep going. Keep going. You are brave for opening up and speaking about what felt impossible to speak about. You are brave for reaching out for help. You are brave for driving yourself to the appointments you didn’t have the energy to drive yourself to. You are brave for trying new things that terrify you and don’t make sense. You are brave for moving through the unknown. You are brave for fighting for yourself and what you believe is true. You are a brave soul that deserves to live peacefully in this world.

You are brave.”

Jacqueline Whitney, “All That You Deserve”