Thursday, NOVEMBER 4 The New Moon occurs in the sign of Scorpio at 5:15 PM EST. In the weeks ahead, we may be working on our self-mastery
Thursday, NOVEMBER 4
The New Moon occurs in the sign of Scorpio at 5:15 PM EST. In the weeks ahead, we may be working on our self-mastery skills. It’s a fine time to pinpoint the things in our lives that make us feel out of control, such as addictions and debts, and work toward release from these emotional burdens. We may have an opportunity to rid ourselves of excess “junk” in our lives, material or spiritual. We may be moved to dig deeper into the mysteries around us rather than remain content with the status quo.
Taking the time to understand others’ motives can enrich our feelings of intimacy. We might want to use this cycle to develop one special project or relationship to help add purposefulness and depth to our lives. It can also be a time to seek ways to release our fear of confrontations and heavy emotional situations. We’re discovering that although they may be uncomfortable, these situations can lead us toward psychological healing.
However, with the New Moon tightly opposing Uranus, we are likely to encounter resistance from others and from within. Unanticipated events may be part of the picture now, mainly through our relationships and the illumination of a different perspective.
This energy is rebellious and touchy, especially if we feel constrained. We may need to deal with distractions and feelings of discontent, which could lead us along unexpected tangents. Disruptions now may lead to a desire to explore motivations and understand meanings. Intimate relationships need a new approach, and we can see this more clearly now, but our interactions can be counterproductive if we’re functioning on auto-pilot.
The Sun opposing Uranus today can pull up the need to review our desire for more freedom. We are reaching a point of total exposure, especially about autonomy, innovation, and independence issues. Sudden changes of plans are likely, and these could motivate us to try new approaches. The drive to do something new is with us, but we may not have a direction or purpose yet, and it’s best to avoid making hasty decisions.
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