Scorpio Season is Coming!

This week in Cosmic Weather

Scorpio Season

On Wednesday, October 24th, the Sun leaves harmonizing Libra and enters passionate Scorpio. If you aren’t a Scorpio, there’s a chance you’re a little worried about what to expect over the next 30 days, but fear not; Scorpio season isn’t all about doom and gloom.

Scorpio season is a time for everyone to access their hidden strengths and powers. This is a time when we must recognize what our passions really are and then focus our positive energy onto them. Scorpios are experts at finding new ways to accomplish the things they want and when the Sun is in Scorpio, we all get to experience what that’s like.

Have you wanted to get more in tune with your intuition? Now is the time! Scorpios are known to have psychic abilities, or at the very least, penetrating intuition. If you start to get a feeling, go with it! Test it out and see if it’s leading you somewhere for the better!

Lastly, this is a time to DIG DEEP. There’s nothing about Scorpio that’s surface-level. Instead of the usual conversations about the weather, probe just a little bit more and make a genuine effort to learn something new about someone. Having a spat with someone? Take a moment to ponder what the problem truly is at it’s core. Often times, the item at hand is rarely the true problem.

A word of caution, you might find that there are more power struggles, controlling personalities, and manipulative games going on. Make efforts to not get caught up in them. Take the lessons you learned from Libra season about harmony to dispel any toxic activities around you.

Taurus Full Moon

Also on Wednesday, we will have the Taurus Full Moon. A full moon will always occur in the opposite sign the sun is in, and it’s asking us to release something that isn’t serving us anymore. When the moon is full in Taurus, it’s asking us to release our negative opinions about ourselves. It’s asking us to rid ourselves of negative self-talk and it wants us to cultivate a positive self-worth. We all deserve to love ourselves.

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