Scorpio: Monthly overview

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Scorpio Overview

October 24, 2021

Spirituality as you ease into october, scorpio, the emphasis is on spirituality, inner healing, and taking steps to live to your full potential. This focus on your spiritual zone lasts all month and brings a chance to eliminate emotional baggage and find closure on lingering issues. After october 22, you could be a different person from the one you were four weeks earlier as insights bring relief and helpful solutions. Take advantage of the new moon in libra on the sixth. If you’ve ever wanted to meditate or learn another spiritual practice, this is the time to start. If you’re eager to understand your dreams, start writing them down now and they’ll take you on a fabulous journey of self-discovery. Yoga, journaling, tai chi, and many more activities can be helpful to you now. Delightful venus moves into your money zone on october 7, which can enhance your desire for luxury and wild adventures. If you can balance this with moneymaking ideas that will earn you extra income, there’s no reason why you can’t let your hair down and live a little. Four retrograde planets turn direct this month, including your personal guide pluto on the sixth. If you’ve been working on visualizing what you want and enhancing your mindset, you’ll soon begin to see results. The other planets that push ahead are sobering saturn on october 10, jubilant jupiter a week later, and upbeat mercury the day after that. The combined effort can help you make much better progress. Finally, the sun’s move into your sign on the twenty-second, followed by assertive mars eight days later, means you’re truly in your element. This is your chance to operate at full power and seek out those opportunities that enable you to make use of your many talents.

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