Pisces native, you're so naturally intuitive you can pick up thoughts without realizing it. This week, recognize incongruent ideas and release them into the Universe.
The week begins on Sunday, November 29, with Mercury, at the top of your chart, making a sextile to Jupiter in your house of the future. At the same time, the sun, in your house of career, makes an inconjunct to Uranus in your house of paperwork and writing. For Pisces natives who are in school, this could mean you are cramming for an exam or trying to finish up an important term paper. And while you have a lot of ideas and techniques for studying, there are numerous interruptions, including phone calls from siblings, a desire to run out and get some groceries, or a cool new series on Netflix. So, focusing on the task at hand could be difficult.
On Monday, November 30, there's a lunar eclipse in Gemini in your house of home and family. Eclipses bring big change. You may be feeling emotionally blocked by something in your physical space. You could be considering a move and today's a good day to start looking around. Or even better, start packing as though you've already found your new place. You could also shift the energy of your current place by moving some furniture, clearing flat surfaces of clutter, and doing a space clearing by burning sage.
The week continues, and on Thursday, December 3, the sun, elevated in your chart, makes a semi-square to Jupiter in your house of friendships. Today's an excellent day to reach out to close friends. Take some time to see how they're doing, share some stories, and make plans for the future. A friend could give you a new idea and encouragement on a creative or technology project you're working on. This could be the boost you are looking for and help you move forward, installing a die-cut printer to make your own stickers or helping your grandma get on Zoom.
The week comes to an end on Saturday, December 5, with Mars, in your house of money, making a semi-sextile to Neptune in your own sign of Pisces. Money matters are a little fuzzy, and so what seems like a good idea today may not be so favorable tomorrow. Avoid making purchases you can't return later. Focus on finding personal satisfaction in experiences rather than making a purchase today.