This week Capricorn native, you're working behind the scenes for the most part. But you're ready to take charge of the team at a moment's notice.
The week begins on Sunday, November 22, with the sun going into the sign of Sagittarius and lighting up your house of hidden talents. At the same time, Mercury, in your house of the big world, inconjuncts Mars in your house of home. Your least favorite part of today is being stuck at home, and yet it not so great to be out in the world right now. This is a good day to recognize and congratulate yourself on how much you've adapted to the changing circumstances in today's world.
On Tuesday, November 24, Mercury in Scorpio forms a trine with Neptune in your house of communication. While this is a wonderfully creative aspect, it's not great for precise communication. Stick to art, music, and design and avoid trying to sign contracts. This is a good day to send a poem to your sweetheart rather than sending a subpoena to anyone.
The week continues, and on Thursday, November 26, the sun in Sagittarius makes an easy trine to Chiron in your house of family. There is an opportunity to heal an issue connected with a family member. By listening and acknowledging this person's point of view, you can make them feel better and help them drop their combative stance. This may involve someone you live with or an extended family member. You become the peacemaker, Capricorn native.
On Friday, November 27, Venus, in your house of friendships, opposes Uranus in your house of romance. Today, you might see stars before your eyes and be dazzled by someone you've known a while. If you're looking for love, it's time to connect with a person you admire within your circle of acquaintances. Reach out to say "hi" and see how they're doing and let things unfold.
The week comes to an end on Saturday, November 28, with Neptune going direct in your house of thinking process. Neptune has been traveling through this house of education and communication for a long time. It has stimulated your mind and expanded your horizons. Now, as it moves forward, you have an opportunity to look at new topics and build on what you know. Look for precise instructions where there's guided steps for what you want to accomplish, whether that be networking a printer or sprouting microgreens.