Scorpio: Love & Relationships
2012: Scorpio Love
With Neptune returning to your romance sector for the next several years, your love life is about to take a poetic turn. A deep, soulful connection becomes the prerequisite for hooking up from now on! You won't settle for anything less than a soul-stirring union that inspires you to create art. Your lover becomes your muse, and vice versa.
The only caveat to this inspired transit is to avoid the blind delusion of Neptune. Although there's always some level of projection and idealizing when in love, that doesn't mean you have to fall blindly into a situation with potentially destructive partners. Keep your wits about you, and do your usual background check before giving your heart away. There's a feeling of destiny when Neptune is in the picture. The winds of fate can be very fickle, so keep yourself grounded.
With Saturn entering your constellation near your birthday, you'll be ready to go through a maturation process, regardless of your age. Saturn requires absolute integrity and commitment in all arenas of your life - especially relationships. This requires you to get very clear on where your line in the sand is, and what you will and will not put up with in relationships. There will be no more dragging anyone's heart around once Saturn enters the picture. You've been through enough losses over the past few years to understand that there's no point in getting even. It's time to relinquish the weight of the past and move bravely forward. This especially holds true in November, when the total solar eclipse in Scorpio accelerates fast-forward change!
In the spirit of the coming holidays, you may find that your kiddo has been getting along better with the other kids. Find ways to encourage them to do more of the same today. Your life (and their life) will be easier if you do!
Stick to the plans today -- deviation is sure to cause unwelcome complications. You've got time and energy on your side, and you may find that things are just fine, even if you're a little bored.
It's the last night of Hanukkah -- what are you going to make to honor this festival of light and miracles? Potato latkes are a big crowd-pleaser. If you want to go a different route, try making loukoumades (honey puffs).
Instead of just criticizing a pal's boring outfit, offer her a sassy scarf to jazz it up. And rather than moaning about your gym's boring offerings, suggest a new class idea to management. Be constructive.