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The Biggest Zodiac Daydreamers, Ranked by Astrologers

They are off in their own little fantasy worlds.

It's easy to get lost in your thoughts. Maybe you're imagining your next vacation, thinking about how you'd spend your money if you won the lottery, or fantasizing about your dream home. Wherever your mind transports you, it means you're not paying attention to the real world. You could indeed be feeling a little spacy, but your horoscope may also explain why you're stuck in your head more than most. Keep reading to find out the zodiac signs that are the biggest daydreamers, from a little absentminded to fully living in a fantasy world.

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If Libra could live in their own peaceful bubble forever, they would. They often think about uniting people and bringing harmony to every aspect of their life.

"Daydreaming helps Libra avoid confrontation or any form of conflict," says Tara Bennet, astrologer and spiritual coach at Mediumchat. They'd rather escape into a fantasy world than face a difficult situation.

"Being the romantic souls they are, Libras craft beautiful and idealistic scenarios in their minds, often dreaming about that perfect balance," adds Raquel Rodriguez, astrologer and founder of Your Zodiac.


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Geminis are the outgoing, social butterflies of the zodiac, so they can't stand being bored. If they're at an event and nothing is exciting them, they'll easily slip away into their own world.

This energetic sign is also always hopping from conversation to conversation. "With minds that are always buzzing, they're constantly lost in thoughts and ideas," says Rodriguez.

Their daydreams can be as lively as their social life, so it must be quite the show inside their heads.

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Caring and cautious, Cancer wants everyone to feel like they are loved and appreciated—including themselves. They tend to get lost in memories that remind them of happy times.

"They yearn for a perfect life, surrounded by people who adore them and free of problems, so they spend a lot of time thinking and replaying situations in their mind," says Bennet.

If they're not transporting themselves back to their best moments, then they're daydreaming about future events they hope will come true.


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Innovative Aquarius is constantly thinking about the future. They're also quite introverted, so they're often alone, exploring their thoughts.

Bennet describes them as intellectuals. "They spend a lot of time in their own heads, and can conjure up the most elaborate daydreams," she says.

These air signs also have a huge humanitarian side. If they're not thinking about ideas for the future, then you can bet they're conjuring up ways to help others.

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As the adventurers of the zodiac, Sagittarians are always thinking about their next journey. Their free spirit is unmatched, and they may zone out from time to time when they're excited about a new opportunity.

"These optimistic souls spend hours imagining exciting future adventures, planning their next big trip, or imagining intellectual quests," says Rodriquez.

These fire signs have a great love for exploration and knowledge. Their wanderlust ways conjure up expansive daydreams that transport them from place to place.


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Pisces is easily the biggest daydreamer of the zodiac. "Their creative and imaginative nature takes them on journeys within their own minds, weaving vivid narratives and dreamscapes that can make even a mundane moment feel magical," says Rodriguez.

With Neptune, the planet of creativity and illusion, as their ruler, these fish are bound to get lost in their own thoughts, and Bennet notes that they're masters at creating their own reality.

Don't be too surprised if they have a far-off look on their face or don't quite know what's happening around them. You might have to snap them out of it a few times.

Courtney Shapiro
Courtney Shapiro is an Associate Editor at Best Life. Before joining the Best Life team, she had editorial internships with BizBash and Anton Media Group. Read more
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