Happy Canadian Thanksgiving! My little brother is a thanksgiving baby; his birthday almost always matches up perfectly with the holiday. I love Thanksgiving, the food, the people, and the reminder that no matter how imperfect you and or your family is; they love you unconditionally. So this Monday morning as I prep for a heavy scholastic week. I am enjoy a mug of kicking horse coffee from a Sunshine Mug.
You're very high viz. right now and the Full Moon this week could cause problems with your public reputation (but only because you lose it in public - ya think?) Or it might cause problems by making you choose between home and family, versus career and public life. Nevertheless, you cannot ignore that you are in the limelight right now. Important people notice you. Therefore, you have to maintain appearances. (Something every Capricorn knows how to do.) Prestige, respect and status are important to you. You want to look like you're doing the right thing. No public fumbles or gaffes. (Major groan.) Fear not. Your sex life looks hot and friendships look cozy. What's to worry?
This is an accident-prone time for your sign because of the Full Moon occurring this week. Knowing this ahead of time, you can slow down and take it easy. Allow extra time for wiggle room. Don't let yourself become anxious because of haste, tardiness or rash actions. The only thing that will trigger an accident is your own emotional imbalance. If you get angry, distracted or confused - this creates a situation which is ripe for accidents. Therefore, it's all up to you, isn't it? You have to maintain your cool. Romance with a boss or someone older or richer is likely for some of you. (This could be an interesting distraction.) Be patient with partners because Mars opposite your sign makes it easy for you to feel annoyed with others. Yes - they are annoying -but you have to suck it up.
Disputes about inheritances, taxes, debt, insurance matters and shared property are likely, because the Full Moon this week will agitate these very areas. Fortunately, it could also force things to come to a head. You might be able to resolve something very nicely by the end of the week. (Wishful thinking - but hey - wishful thinking is prayer-lite.) After all, your mind is creating your universe. That's why you have to be careful what you're wishing for! Don't get too caught up in disputes about property and money. Instead, focus on travel opportunities in the future because many of you will go somewhere and have a fabulous time! In fact, romance with someone from another culture or a different country might blossom. (Sigh.)
The only Full Moon in your sign all year is taking place this week. Yowsers! Naturally, this is going to set things off for some of you, especially in your relationships with partners and close friends. Your annoyance with others (and their seemingly impossible, obtuse behavior), will intensify until Wednesday. After that, almost magically, these problems will diminish or even disappear. Go figure. Therefore, remind yourself that whatever happens will be short-lived. Don't blow your cool and say things you will later regret. (Actually, a hot, sexy month ahead holds promises for you.) And remember: All behavior is foreplay.
The Full Moon that takes place this week could create problems in your job or workplace. Short tempers will flare. People will be impatient and very quick to attack. It's unlikely you will display anger because you know that if you ever really get angry, it's devastation. (Oh yeah.) Therefore, you generally hold your anger in check. Because you have learned how to demonstrate grace under pressure, you might be able to be a role model to others who are on the verge of being jerks and doing or saying things they will later regret. (Think about this.) Partnerships are going to get quite cozy for you in the month ahead. (Something to look forward to.)
Romance is very rocky this week because of the Full Moon. Lovers' quarrels will likely take place. But this kind of tension will rear its ugly head in sports events as well as the arts and dealing with children. So many things can go wrong! Actually, nothing has to go wrong if you can keep your own temper in check and be tolerant and patient with others. The Full Moon only agitates people who are already on edge. You don't have to fall victim to it. "A soft answer turneth away wrath, but grievous words stir up anger." (Plus always love your enemies because it drives them crazy!)
There's something classic about this particular Full Moon, this week, because it makes you choose between your obligations to home, family and your personal life, versus your obligations to your career, profession and public reputation. This is always difficult because you can't be all things to all people. (Sometimes you can't even meet your own expectations looking at yourself in the mirror!) Don't get your belly in a rash about any of this. You're human. You put your pants on one leg at a time like everyone else. Just do what you can do and live with it. Romance, vacations, the arts and playful times with children promise fun times ahead.
Some Full Moons are accident-prone for some signs, and this is what's happening for Leo this week. Forewarned is forearmed. But do take note: a Full Moon doesn't actually cause an accident. You cause the accident. If you are mildly worried or agitated about something, the gravitational pull of the Full Moon can exacerbate this to the point where you are suddenly angry or distracted and this is what causes the accident. Therefore, accidents can be avoided if you remain calm and mellow. No yelling. No road rage. No cussing. The expression of your anger doesn't vent it - it actually makes you more excited and angrier. Cool your Jets.
Concerns about finances are likely taking place for many of you. Disputes about earnings, possessions, shared property or job-related issues that affect your earnings might come to a head this week. Naturally, you'll have a reaction to this because people always react to financial matters. We pretend we don't - but that's just a facade. People lose sleep over money! (Pay your rent, your friends will always feed you.) Actually, certain issues are coming to a head now and when they are resolved, things could end up in your favour. The reason this is likely is that you have lovely travel opportunities in the year ahead. Following that, your reputation looks fabulous!
Every Full Moon is an opposition of the Sun and the Moon -- and the Full Moon in Aries this week is directly opposite your sign. (Gulp.) This means you are part of the equation! This is why you might be agitated in your relationships with partners and close friends. However, if you remain mellow, understanding and patient - this doesn't have to be a big deal. But, if you overreact to what you perceive to be a slight, barb or misunderstanding - then things could get nasty in a New York minute. ("Overreact? Perceive? Did you hear that? That was an in-your-face insult!") Instead, focus on the fact that in the next six weeks, you can boost your earnings and for sure, you'll be buying treasures for yourself and loved ones. Yay!
You might skate by rather easily with this particular Full Moon. (Then again, you could be perturbed with co-workers or feel agitated by health issues.) But on the whole, I think it will be a nonevent for you. Whatever happens will be brief and will blow over very quickly. Now that both Mercury and Venus are in your sign, you feel diplomatic, charming and chatty! You're excited about something because marvelous opportunities to socialize are almost within your grasp. Furthermore, you sense a powerful time is ahead - and you're right. It is. Therefore, you're not going to let a little Full Moon ruin your fun, are you? (You have more self-control than that.)
This is a tricky week dealing with friends, especially friends and acquaintances in group situations. You might butt heads with people in clubs, organizations and conferences, plus meetings or classes. Actually, these difficulties could extend as well to your relationships with children and romantic partners. (Oy vey.) Even matters related to the arts and sports events might become prickly! If this happens, it's important to know that once the Full Moon has peaked, these problems will greatly diminish or even disappear. By Wednesday and certainly Thursday, things will return to normal again. (Whatever that is.) Sometimes normal is a drag. If so - time to get outta Dodge.