As we approach a dynamic year ahead in 2020, you might like to reflect on your horoscope for 2019.
Venus takes on a different face as she leaves the sign of Libra and enters the deep still waters of Scorpio from October 8/9 – November 1/2.
Scorpio adds intensity and passion to the essence of Venus, to relate and unite. Feelings tend toward the secretive in Scorpio and they are intensely private. Trust needs to be established by asking questions and delving into the motivations of the other person.
If nothing else, these painful lessons may have helped you realise where you may have set the bar too low in a job, a relationship, or what you allowed yourself to be available for.
In the birth chart, Jupiter highlights what you are naturally good at or comes with ease, where you seek to grow, and where you find faith and meaning in life.
Approaching a birth chart without an accurate birth time can be a stumbling block for both clients and astrologers alike.
For the client, they might be wondering what astrology can offer when you don’t have a known birth time.
For the astrologer, this means you need to use different tools in your astrological kit.
What was once tolerable or even accepted may bring rise to new levels of resistance. You might be overcome by the desire for freedom. Perhaps you want something to go your own way or to be noticed, recognised or validated.
Not only is the lunation at the final degree of Libra, the lunation ruler Venus, is also at her final degree of Pisces, a sign she’s been potently powerful in. Together, this suggests that this Full Moon hangs on a choice based on Venus.
You may begin to question what stability means to you and if it’s enough to keep you from pursuing change in your life. Big questions about values have already been pondered through the Venus’ current retrograde in Scorpio cycle. As this Full Moon is ruled by Venus in reverse, relationship themes may reach a tipping point.
Unlike the hopeful optimism of a New Moon, Full Moons allow us to clearly see what was previously invisible. This week, a giant spotlight will illuminate your goals, commitments and how you choose to spend your time. Important choices can be made that bring you into alignment with your biggest priorities.
The Sun cast longer shadows, and despite still be unseasonable warm and humid, the Sun didn’t have that bite to it. I live around a fair amount of bush for suburban standards. The native birds were singing and the butterflies were out, it was just… serene.