Sagittarius (November 22 – December 21):
Astrologers have a saying, “As above, so below.” This phrase originates from the Emerald Tablet of Hermes Trismegistus, and it means that the macrocosm is the same as the microcosm. Something manifesting within your physical body has emotional, spiritual, and mental components as well. An astrological signification can often indicate that same thing. (That’s the above part.) So, when you understand what is happening on one level, you can access meaning in all other levels, too, and connect the dots to understand your life better. This month, you will experience these connections in ways you never imagined. You will pay more attention to synchronicity, look for signs and symbols in your dreams and waking life, and seek other perspectives. This month is a great time to consult with a healer, astrologer, therapist, or shaman to foster this exploration.
You might consider making financial changes this month, like reducing or clearing debt or saving more intentionally. The solar eclipse on July 12 highlights your shared resources and long-term investments. This month, take a more conservative approach with your finances and try not to take significant risks. Eclipses shake things up, and you could feel unsettled. Financial fear has no benefit unless you take conscious action to protect your assets.
When the Sun moves into Leo on July 22, you could feel a sense of wanderlust. This would be an excellent time to get away, especially around the time of the Full Moon on July 27. If your schedule doesn’t allow you to leave town, use the influence to pursue higher knowledge. Take a class or learn a new skill to inspire your curiosity.
Relationships could have ups and downs this month. The period between two eclipses (from July 12-27) feels intense for everyone. If you are single, flirt and play, but try not to become too involved. Allow the romance to unfold slowly. If you are involved in a relationship, you could experience some communication challenges after July 25. This is not a time to argue or belabor a point but rather to try to find a middle ground. Focus on the positive and see the best in your partner. You are growing together and finding new ways to be in partnership as a result.