The thrilling weekend finally comes to an end and a busy week is ahead so let’s see what stars have stored in for you in your weekly Astro prediction by the World-renowned Astro writer Joanne Madeline Moore
NOVEMBER 22-28, 2021
Gung-ho Rams are fantastic at starting things but not so good at finishing them. This week’s stars encourage a brilliant light-bulb moment, when you have the enthusiasm to get an ambitious idea off the ground. Then Saturn and Chiron boost your patience and persistence, so you can (hopefully) see the project through to a successful conclusion in the not-too-distant future. The weekend stars favour group projects, spiritual pursuits, volunteer work and helping others.
Venus (your patron planet) and powerful Pluto are both visiting your aspirations zone. So it’s a good time to snuggle up close with your sweetheart, throw yourself into a special creative project or dream up some ambitious goals for the future. Passion and purpose will take you far. When it comes to joint finances, taxes and investments, steer clear of people with dubious advice or unclear motives. Make sure you keep a clear head, stick to the facts and double-check everything!
There’s plenty of planetary action in your relationship zones, so the more you focus on the needs of loved ones, the happier everyone will be. When it comes to a close relationship – are you frustrated about something? Don’t bottle things up inside. Mercury encourages you to talk about your feelings and discuss difficulties. A problem shared is a problem halved! Your motto is from writer George Eliot (who was born on November 22, 1819) “Go forward with a joyful confidence.”
With the Sun and Mercury both visiting your wellbeing zone, learn to love the things that are good for you. Like nutritious meals, regular exercise, relaxing in nature and lots of rest. (Crabs love curling up in bed and need plenty of good quality sleep.) You’ll find the simple things in life are definitely the best! Like preparing a home-cooked meal, having an early night, enjoying a funny conversation with a child, or picking fresh flowers to put in your home or office.
This week pleasure-planet Venus is visiting your wellbeing zone, so make sure you choose a healthy diet and exercise program that you actually enjoy. But are you having problems with a child, teenager, lover or friend? Focus your energy on that person and make them your number one priority. Communicate with passion and compassion. Energy goes where intention flows. If you combine a positive approach with good listening skills, then the relationship will gradually improve.
Are you suffering from a crisis of confidence? Is your perfectionist streak running rampant? The more you over-think situations and try to make everything ‘perfect’, the more you will worry and obsess. And don’t waste time comparing yourself (and your talents) with other people. You need to run your own race. Be inspired by actor, martial artist and philosopher Bruce Lee (born on November 27, 1940), “If you spend too much time thinking about a thing, you’ll never get it done.”
Are you worrying about money? This week (with impulsive Mars charging through your $$$ zone) avoid being uncharacteristically rash with cash and credit. Mercury urges you to increase your financial literacy, as you swap spending for saving, and nurture your nest egg for the future. Venus (your patron planet) is visiting your domestic zone until March 6. So it’s time to hunker down and enjoy the comforts of home sweet home and the companionship of family members.
The global pandemic continues to be challenging – physically, emotionally, mentally, socially and financially. But that’s no excuse to procrastinate! Proactive Mars is charging through your sign (until December 13). So it’s time to embrace options, kickstart projects, roll up your sleeves and power through tasks with renewed enthusiasm. Be inspired by birthday great Bruce Lee (who was born on November 27, 1940). “To hell with circumstances; I create opportunities.”
You’re keen to be in charge, as the Sun and Mercury transit into Sagittarius. But are you being the boss – or just plain bossy? Strive to utilise your leadership skills in clever ways, that bring more creativity to your work situation and more harmony to your home life. You’ll be in freedom bunny mode on Friday, when you’re keen to do your own thing, without onerous responsibilities and restrictions. It’s also a good day to discuss a diverse range of topics, in person and online.
With vivacious Venus visiting your sign (until March 6) you’ll feel unusually flirtatious as you charm the cynics and dazzle the doubters. It will be easier to get what you want if you stop being a Capricorn control-freak and try a double dose of diplomacy instead. Under the influence of dynamic Mars, strive to pursue your dreams in a confident and authentic way. Draw inspiration from birthday legend Bruce Lee. “Always be yourself, express yourself, have faith in yourself.”
Don’t accept things at face value. Venus and Pluto stimulate your mystery zone, so look beneath the surface (and do some background briefing) to discover what’s really going on. Group activities look busy (in person and online) but be careful what you say, especially within your peer group. Avoid spreading secrets and salacious gossip. On the weekend, Jupiter encourages vision and Saturn demands determination, as you follow your destiny and fine-tune your dreams.
Mercury and Mars are firing up your philosophy zone, so it’s an appropriate time to ask yourself a few important questions. ‘Where am I heading?” What are my aspirations for the future?” Am I all enthusiastic talk and no productive action?” Food for thought for perceptive Pisceans. Your motto for the week is from actor, director, martial artist and philosopher Bruce Lee (who was born on November 27, 1940). “Knowing is not enough, we must apply. Willing is not enough, we must do.”
COPYRIGHT: Joanne Madeline Moore 2021
Editor’s Note: These predictions are based on our popular weekly Astro column by global writer Joanne Madeline Moore NewsMobile which is carried out by many global publications based on the author’s own understanding of the issue. Readers are free to make their own judgment on these claims.