How’re you holding up? Are you feeling okay? This past week has probably brought forth a ton of feels thanks to Mercury Retrograde in Pisces, the new moon in Pisces, and, then, of course, we’re smack dab in the middle of Pisces season. Basically, if you’ve been experiencing a lot of emotions lately, including the reopening of past wounds, don’t fret—you’re not alone. These feelings are arising thanks to all the Fish energy around us, so let them bubble up in the most non-judgmental way possible.
This season is all about flow. Accept where you are, what you’re feeling, and move with the current. Trust that it will bring you to wherever you need to be. A new path of growth is opening up for us, thanks to Uranus shifting into Taurus last week. Let this change stimulate ideas of expansion, prosperity, and creativity. While Mercury Retrograde might cause us to second-guess ourselves, try to listen and trust where your intuition is guiding you. It won’t steer you wrong—promise.
Here’s what else the stars have in store for you in your weekly horoscope:
Grounding yourself is crucial right now, Pisces. It’s easy for you to feel overwhelmed and/or caught up in “what if” scenarios. Choose one thing at a time to focus on and trust that you are where you’re supposed to be.
You might be feeling frustrated at your lack of progress, Aries. You’re definitely feeling like you’re in a “two-steps-forward-10 steps-back” phase. Take this time to recalibrate and to find a different, slower approach. You can do it.
You’re definitely feeling a shift right now, Taurus. However, you’re unsure of which direction to follow. You want change, but you also love comfort. Your goal: try to find the comfort in the new or the new in the comfort.
You like when things add up, Gemini, but some things in life just can’t be explained. This is the perfect time to reserve your judgment, throw caution to the wind, and get out of your head and into your body. Don’t think—feel.
Caretaking is what you do best, Cancer, but who’s taking care of you? Shouldering the burden or trying to make things right doesn’t serve us when we don’t implement boundaries or take the time for self-care. Try to do both this week.
Lots of brilliant ideas are flowing to you right now, Leo. Unfortunately, it’s difficult for you to trust yourself. That’s okay. This time is not so much about action, but feeling things out. Don’t rush to make it happen. Allow yourself to dream.
Trying to make sense of your emotions is your jam, Virgo, but some things just can’t be analyzed to death. You feel what you feel, and that’s more than okay. In fact, it’s a must for your self-growth. Can you allow yourself to feel without criticism, but total acceptance?
You might feel like you’re treading water right now, Libra. While it’s unpleasant to feel like we’re observing rather than participating in our own lives, sometimes this is required so we can move into a more peaceful and self-accepting space. It’s confronting, but you can handle it.
Lots of old emotional stuff is coming up for you, Scorpio. It’s healing to acknowledge these wounds, but not helpful to dwell on the past. Find the coping mechanisms that allow you to release, recover, and move forward.
Your nature is to get up and go, Sag, But now is not the time to lift off. Instead, see how you can form more meaningful and healing connections with those around you. What happens when you dig your heels in rather than run away?
You’re feeling more vulnerable than ever, Capricorn. While you’re innately a (secretly) sensitive soul, this isn’t a territory you like to venture into. Once you stop fighting it and accept that this is where your growth lies, the other areas in your life will start lining up, too.
It’s natural for you to go it alone in life, Aquarius, especially when it comes to your emotions and creativity. Showing your sensitive side makes you feel uncomfortable. But what if sharing your vulnerability meant connecting you to the right people both for your career and your personal life? Because it could.
We’re in the thick of feels, bbs, but that’s not a bad thing. In fact, accepting and acknowledging where we’re at in life gives us the courage to move toward change. Change isn’t always linear, nor does it always happen in giant steps. Most of the time, it’s small and imperfect. Trust you’re moving in the right direction—because you are!