Pisces [February 19th to March 20th]

#MeTime: The Sun becomes a multiplier for your sign when it gets cozy with your patron planet, Jupiter, at the end of the week. This signals that whatever you’ve been talking and thinking about lately has greater ability to become your reality, as I discussed a few weeks back.  It’s important also that you be careful of overstating your case or making mountains out of molehills.  You might overshoot the mark because you might not want to face certain uncomfortable facts about your life. Take heart, because now is a time when you can focus on the intention to start from where you are, rather than where you want to be, dream you are, or had been. You can embrace the future…right now.


#Heartstrings: Whenever we arrive at a milestone with Jupiter as the Sun does this weekend, it marks the idea of being on a journey, either embarking on a new one or coming to a change or ending in an ongoing one.  This is true for relationships too. If you want to have a sense of whether you’re embarking or heading toward an embargo, pay attention to how you “build” with the people in your life.  Jupiter brings enthusiasm and energy, and if there’s a good amount of that as you build with a person, then you’re still embarking. If not, you’re at embargo. Acknowledge it, but don’t attempt to force anything. Focus more on the embarking ones for now.

#MoneyMoves: You may find it harder to keep your peace at the top of the week with folks at work than at the end of the week. You sense that this week marks a moment to ground your intentions and you may not feel patient in coddling people who aren’t grounded or in a rut.  In short, you’re ready to walk the walk and talk the talk, but you can only read so many people the riot act before everyone’s in your jail.  Redirect your energy toward personal quality of life measures to prevent larger problems. Pay attention to the little details in your workspaces that could unseat your groove, like petty arguments or convos from the hallway or messy workstations. Also walk a little more to feel the ground or grass literally underneath your feet.