‘Tis the week of Thanksgiving and all through the house, minds are firmly taking charge of their mouths. That’s advisable for any holiday week, and fortunately it’s exactly what the skies are encouraging now.
The extended outlook is favorable for that tactic staying in place and relationships flowing smoothly, except, no surprise, on the afternoon and evening of Thanksgiving Day itself. Well, after all, we are only human. Whatever disruptions and discomfort surface, they’ll be history (or rocket fuel) by Sunday, when personal prisons fly open and we give ourselves freer rein.
Compared to the beginning of the month, the planetary activity is minimal and relatively gentle. Mercury, ruler of communication and getting around, meets with structure-loving Saturn on Monday. Minds calm. Thoughts, messages and conversations turn serious, practical and realistic.
That sureness smooths the way to a cooperative link on Wednesday between Mercury and Venus, ruler of our hearts and desires. Openings pop up to connect, to converse and generally convey your heart and mind, to audiences that are more than amenable.
Chatter and sociability ramp up on Thanksgiving morning, when Mercury and Venus make contacts to cosmic party guy Jupiter. Everyone has something to say, and how. The connecting and general running around spirals up and up and up until internal rumblings start. You’re getting a long-distance view of dynamics that are stuck in the past, and those rumblings are indicators of what your soul longs — needs — to change.
You’re on the way. The seismic activity is part of your personal journey of evolution. Next stop: Sunday, when the Sun opens a channel to the liberating genius of Uranus. Stuck? No way. You may be startled by what opens up, but stuck is one thing you will not be.
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