HOROSCOPES – Georgia Nichols

Your stars for November 2015

Aries (March 21-April 19)

In November, you will explore hidden aspects of yourself. You might do some soul searching or psychological self inquiry. You might also contact someone who helps you do this. You will have a strong desire to experience life on a feeling level that is real – and not just superficial. You might also encounter someone who challenges your values. Meanwhile, midst all this desire to become a better person through self-discovery, your passions will be ignited, especially sexually. Woo, woo!

Taurus (April 20-May 20)

This month the Sun is as far away from you as it can get all year. Since the Sun is your source of energy, this means you will be more tired than usual. You will need more sleep and more rest. However, this is not the time to go it alone. Au contraire, you will benefit most by working with others and even consulting with experts because other people will benefit you in the month ahead. Study these relationships to discover how well you fill their needs, and vice versa, how well they fill yours.

Gemini (May 21-June 20)

It’s good news for you this month because the shift of the Sun will energize you big time! Suddenly, you will want to tackle everything around you to make your life run more efficiently. You will figure out what tasks need to be done and you will do them. You will want to manage your life in a way that makes every action account. This quest for efficiency will also apply to your health. You will want to eat a more healthy diet and exercise more. (Practice safe eating. Always use condiments.)

Cancer (June 21-July 22)

Lucky you! November is one of the happiest months of the year for you because your focus will be on fun activities – the theatre, the arts, sports, parties, social occasions, playful times of children and romance, romance, romance. You will want to have a good time; and your life will feel more lighthearted and fun loving. Many of you will have a stronger focus on children and activities with children. And because there is such an emphasis on social fun – dating, flirtations, and love affairs will be tops on your menu.

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)

As the Sun shifts into the sign of Scorpio, for Leos, this heralds an increased focus on home, family and your personal life. Not only will you be involved with parents and family members more than usual, you will also want to retreat or withdraw somewhat. You will enjoy hiding or cocooning at home among familiar surroundings. These thumb-sucking moments will give you a warm feeling in your tummy. In this respect, you will use this quiet time to regenerate and catch up on things that have gotten out of control.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)

Oh boy! Take your foot off the brake because November will create an accelerated daily pace. Suddenly, your schedule will be jam-packed with appointments, conversations with everyone, increased interaction with siblings, relatives and neighbours, short trips plus more reading, writing and studying. So much to do! So little time! This is also an excellent time to have important discussions with others, especially to tell others how you feel about something.

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)

This month your focus will turn to money, cash flow, earnings and major purchases. As you ponder your finances, you will tend to wonder if your financial situation is your true worth? Of course, you are not your bank account. You are where you eat and what you drive. (Kidding.) That’s why at a deeper level, you will ask yourself if you are actually putting your money on the right horse. In other words, do you really know what matters in life? Are your values wise and realistic?

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)

Happy Birthday! The Sun is in your sign for the first time in a year. Because the Sun is your source of energy, you’ll be energized! In addition, the Sun in your sign will attract people to you as well as attract favourable circumstances to you. You will also be able to project yourself with more force, strength and focus. All of this is not too shabby. Obviously, it behooves you to make the most of this opportunity. You will also be able to make a great impression on others, which is timely because this is going to be such a popular year for you!

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)

The Sun is in a hidden part of your chart this month, which affects your subconscious mind. That means this highlights a hidden part of you. We all project a persona to the world of what we think we’re trying to do versus what we are actually doing. (Yeah, the old Queen of Denial bit.) Now your hidden, subconscious persona will be more public. Silly, childish behaviour patterns might trip you up. (Gulp) Because your personal year is coming to an end, use the next several weeks to plan how you want your new year to be different from last year. Ideas?

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)

November is more popular than any other month of the year. Enjoy hanging out with friends and dealing with groups, because you will benefit from your relationship. This is not the time to go it alone – be open to what others can do for you. Naturally, this is a two-way street. Examine your friends now. Do you hang out with quality people? It’s important to be aware that your friends influence your thinking, and anything that influences your mind, which makes your choices, will ultimately, influence your future. True dat.

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)

This month the Sun is at high noon acting like a spotlight on you. And lo! This light is flattering! Since others see you in positive terms, they will ask you to take on new jobs. Just say yes because you don’t have to be a superhero to dazzle them. Meanwhile, this is the best month of the year to examine your life to see if you’re going in the direction you want to go. If you do want to change your direction, this is a good year because you will get support both financial and practical – from others.

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)

You will be keen to broaden your horizons to travel, study and meet people from other backgrounds this month. Because you want to expand your world, this is a good time to go back to school, sign up for a course, or do anything that offers you new, fresh and unfamiliar experiences. You want to be stimulated! You want adventure! If you can travel – please do so! Some will be more involved with the law than usual. Others will want to explore religious and spiritual paths.



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