In the tarot, Virgo corresponds with the 9th card of the Major Arcana, The Hermit.
The Hermit is a venerable and mysterious figures of solitary intention. Leaning on his staff, he pauses to hold up his lamp (of intellect) and drive away the darkness (of ignorance).
Contrary to popular belief, the Hermit is not a lonely, sorry individual bereft of family and friends. Quite the opposite. He is the kind old wise man whom others eagerly seek out.
But in many respects he does stand alone in that he separates himself from the crowd so that he’s no longer controlled by their moods and desires.
To be like The Hermit does not mean you must renounce society.
But what it does mean is that you must stand aside from it long enough to turn on your own lamp ti discover who and what you really are.
What would you do, be, wear, or think if no one else were watching?
What would you spend all your time doing – not for money to be gained from it – but for the pure joy of doing it?
What would it feel like to forget all your troubles?
This is not to suggest your troubles have gone away – but only that if you can use the energy of the new moon in Virgo wisely, you and your troubles will no longer one and the same.