November Brings New Energy, Here’s Why It Will Require A Lot Of Patience
Are You Ready For Another Month? November brings its own kind of energy as we near the end of the year. November begins with a struggle to get innovative ideas off the ground.
Take a quick zodiac reading here to find out what the universe has to say about you right now.
A Time For Innovation
The Mercury-Jupiter trine on the 1st encourages innovation for sure, but the following day Mercury’s square to Pluto reveals obstacles and opposition. Even the New Moon in purposeful Scorpio on November 4th opposes Uranus, so patience will be key.
On November 5th, Venus moves into ambitious Capricorn and at the same time, Mercury shifts into determined Scorpio, so it’s at this point that progressive plans may start to take off.
Frustration Shouldn’t Be Used To Push
When Mars squares Saturn on November 10th, frustrations and anger grow, particularly around social issues and humanitarian ideals.
This tense atmosphere is calmed somewhat by the beautifully idealistic Sun-Neptune trine on the 12th, but the Sun-Jupiter square on the 15th again reminds us not to push too far, too fast.
Stability Will Be Shaken Up
Mars opposes Uranus on the 17th, in another show of the status quo pushing back against new ideas. A couple of days later, a potent Lunar Eclipse in Taurus, that most stable of signs, heralds a shakeup that could have many unfolding consequences.
Venus trines Uranus on that day too, so there are hints that eventually, progressive ideals will make progress.
Peace Will Eventually Follow
The final stages of November are much more idealistic in tone and nature.
The Sun and Mercury both shift into justice-driven Sagittarius on the 21st and 24th respectively, and the powerful trine between Mars and spiritual Neptune on November 29th encourages action that is compassionate, heart-driven and soulful.
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