The Personality of a Virgo, Explained 

Since Virgo is an earth sign, its historical relationship with the goddess of wheat and farming highlights the sign's firmly grounded nature in the tangible realm. When it comes to living their lives, Virgos are methodical, realistic, and pragmatic. 


This earth sign has an innate drive for excellence and isn't hesitant to hone their craft with regular, focused practice. Since Virgo governs the digestive system, earth signs like these are keenly aware of how each component contributes to the overall, whether it is in food or anything else. 




Mercury rules Virgo as the planet of communication and messengers. Virgo is all about intake and processing, whereas Gemini is all about production and expression. Mercury oversees both Gemini and Virgo, yet they couldn't be more different. 




A Virgo's mind works like a computer; they can sort through chaos and find patterns in even the most disorganized dataset. 




Virgos have an innate need to be exacting in all that they do, but they must be careful not to let their perfectionist streak lead them astray. Virgos need to understand that blemishes are part of what makes us beautiful, not deficiencies. 




Helping others is Virgos' number one priority. They have a remarkable capacity for insight and creativity, and they are supportive, caring, and sympathetic companions and lovers. 




Virgo's opposite sign, Pisces, offers guidance through spirituality, but Virgos want to assist on a practical level.  




These earth signs are constantly working to give answers that are practical and to improve systems that are in need of improvement. They are good teachers, healers, editors, and musicians because they are methodical, committed, and hard, and they work consistently. 



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