Daily Horoscope for Leo
(JULY 23 - AUGUST 22)
Horoscope Cast for: Sunday, November 29th, 2020
Today's Horoscope Summary...
Happy Thanksgiving weekend! I hope you all celebrated this traditional family holiday in the way that worked for your family.
This weekend we have Neptune turning direct, after being retrograde since last June. And late Sunday or early Monday, depending on where you are, there is a full moon lunar eclipse in Gemini. Those are each a big deal on their own and together, wellâ¦ hold on to your hat! Neptune is the planet of dreams, illusions, lies and deceit. But it also rules inspiration, magic and compassion. Maybe as it is moving forward now, we can all start focusing more on its positive traits! This eclipse is in Gemini, the sign of the twins and duality. We will have to make a choice now of what to hold on to and what to let go of. As full moons signify completion and endings, this is not the time to start something new. That will come in two weeks, at the next new moon. Eclipses have the power of three full moons so each of us and all of us collectively will be greatly impacted. Use this time to reflect, like the moon, rather than react. Look at where, in your life, you need to let go of the old so you can soon begin again in a new way.
The Full Moon and Lunar Eclipse in Gemini is the big chance to open our minds and be brave enough think in a different way. This is when the truth will be revealed and when the Universe will speak to you directly. Pay attention to what it has to say, because it may change your life. And get your popcorn ready to watch how this plays out in the world! Hereâs a hint: everything old will NOT be new again!
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The Daily Horoscope for Leo...
This full moon eclipse is shining on your friends and community and this is the time to sift out your fair-weather friends from your true friends. Surround yourself with people who support your higher goals and do not worry about the others.
Weekly Horoscope for Leo
Your Daily Tao
Small country, few people
Let them have many weapons but not use them
Let the people regard death seriously
And not migrate far away
Although they have boats and chariots
They have no need to take them
Although they have armors and weapons
They have no need to display them
Let the people return to tying knots and using them
Savor their food, admire their clothes
Content in their homes, happy in their customs
Neighboring countries see one another
Hear the sounds of roosters and dogs from one another
The people, until they grow old and die
Do not go back and forth with one another