Fun loving, independent and exciting, Sagittarians are in some ways the wild child of the zodiac. Adventurous, sociable and friendly, they are typically determined to live life to the fullest
This is an honest man, a straight shooter who speaks his mind. Inspiring and spontaneous
He values independence and freedom, manifested both in a liberal open-mindedness and a dislike of feeling trapped or obligated. He often does better with a strong-willed and independent partner, rather than one who is too needy or possessive.
Imaginative and intuitive, he may often be seen as lucky, and may even have a fondness for gambling due to this. One of the most ‘unusual’ traits of Sagittarians for many partners is their ability to get through life so ‘effortlessly’, often relying on luck rather than planning to see them through.
If you lined up 12 people at the top of a cliff, one of each sun sign, the Sagittarian would probably be the first one to jump, content that something, somehow would prevent them from going splat at the bottom. And something, somehow probably would.
The Sagittarian is typically a natural scholar, and loves both to learn and to teach, making conversations highly stimulating.
Typically, he will be well educated, or is planning to be, and is likely to prefer to focus on and master one subject, rather than dabbling in lots of different ones.
Ambitious, optimistic and enthusiastic, he sets himself lofty goals in life, though sometimes struggles to attain them, especially when unforeseen or overly boring details bury him.
On the negative side, he can be seen as lazy and undisciplined. Lacking a deep understanding of emotions, he can also be seen as too blunt or shallow.
1) Does this sound like you? Would you say you are a typical Sagittarius?
I would say I am 50% of a typical Sagittarius. I appreciate my independence, love doing new exciting things in life, am constantly learning and quite often I may be a little bit too honest with other people 😉
2) What’s the wildest and most fun thing you’ve ever done?
Backpacking through South-East Asia when I was a student. Due to the shortage of funds me and my friends were always using the cheapest option for transportation, food and accommodation which was done by very few tourists. It was an amazing experience despite ending up in a dodgy situations or places from time to time 🙂
3) Being from Poland, which is a Catholic country, how did this influence your faith in God? And did you or do you believe in astrology?
A strong indoctrination into the Catholic faith from a very young age made me rebel against the religion and God at first. Everything changed when I learned about Tantra and spirituality. In the past I thought that horoscopes were just stories for superstitious people. However, I had my first reading done recently, and my way of thinking about horoscopes has started to evolve;)
4) Are you in a relationship? Do you appreciate your freedom in life and relationships?
I’m not in a relationship at the moment. Definitely one of the reasons for that is my appreciation of freedom and independence in every area of life.
5) Where would you like to be in 10 years’ time? In terms of job, career, spiritual evolution, or anything you want to achieve?
Probably on a tropical island, experiencing my life to the fullest, teaching Tantra and helping other people find the way to happiness and inner peace 🙂
6) How long have you been practicing yoga, and have you noticed the effects of yoga in your life?
I’ve been practicing yoga and meditation for a year now. Apart from the most obvious benefit, which is increased flexibility and improved posture, I feel more grounded, calm and aware.
7) How did you find Tara Yoga Centre?
It was really random. I was on a bus to London and started chatting to a woman who turned out to be one of Tara’s students.
8) How has the experience (people, centre and teachings) of coming to the courses here at Tara been for you?
The atmosphere in the school is very friendly and safe which makes it quite a unique place in London. After a year of my spiritual development, I can actually feel the energy of the place. The teachings so far have been very interesting and have helped me to understand the chakras system and the importance of sexual continence.
9) What has been the highlight of this year for you?
Definitely the Tantra Festival in London. I volunteered at the event but also took part in a few of the workshops. It was an amazing event and I am looking forward to the next year’s festival.
10) If you could change somebody’s life with one piece of advice what would it be?
Stop for a moment and think about why are you doing what you are doing in your life and what you truly want from life. Is the stuff you do really what you want, or is it just an effect of the social programming you’ve received in your childhood and adolescence?
Thank you Marcin