As we approach a dynamic year ahead in 2020, you might like to reflect on your horoscope for 2019.
There may be mis-match between what appears to be true and what feels right within you. One thing is for sure, is that Scorpio has an inbuilt BS detector. The sign has an ability to read subtle and non-verbal ques about what’s really going on.
Like the scales that represent Libra, Venus in her yang home is ultimately about fairness and equality. A greater sense of balance can be achieved by being more open and honest if your needs aren’t being met. On the flip side, Venus in Libra can encourage you to be more responsive
You see, as children, you’re encouraged to dream and imagine. If you do it as an adult, you’re a daydreamer, gonna-doer or a no-hoper.
Other people, often those who are meant to have your best interests at heart, will be quick in cutting you back to size if you dare to follow your dreams or ponder the possibility of ‘what if’ questions.
The next time the Moon and Mars conjoin in Aquarius on November 16, they won’t get to make an exact conjunction before Mars slips into watery Pisces. There will be other notable changes in the astro weather then, that suggests that last night’s celestial theatre was truly indicative of the changing of the guard.
Venus, the planet of love, beauty and relationship is now retrograde. Just when you thought the madness was over, we’ve got a deep review of our deepest desires and wants. Overall, Venus signifies the way we relate and connect with each other and the things that value and please us. However, in your own birth chart, she might signify your health and well-being, your career or perhaps your home and family.
If you’d like to explore your own Venus retrograde story, I’m currently offering readings just for this.
Every two years the red planet, signifying desire, motivation and action takes a break and turns within. The next three months invites us to internalise and reassess our passions and purpose, asking the $64 million question, “What do I want?”
Cosmically, we are now being asked to embrace ‘consistent action.’ Mars in Taurus is a very committed placement. Before making an investment, careful consideration of time, energy and resources is evaluated. Once a decision is made, either yes or no, then good luck in changing the mind of a Mars in Taurus native!