March 2021 (Pisces; Feb 19th - March 20th)
Hello all, and welcome back for the first dive into our first Astrology post! This week we look a little deeper into the Pisces zodiac and give some quick information and tips for this creative water sign.
General information about the Pisces Zodiac
Two fish swimming head to tail representing the deeper meaning of shifting emotions and conflicting thoughts. It is thought that one of the two fish is swimming upstream toward transcendence, while the other is flowing downstream, and back into the world (McCarthy, 2018).
Neptune; signifying the God of the Seas
Pisces are known for being in touch with their emotions, as well as being overall empathetic individuals. While there are other water signs, such as Scorpio and Cancer, Pisces are known to be the most laid-back sign of all the water signs. Along with being highly empathetic, Pisces are also very imaginative and creative individuals. Very frequently, Pisces can feel “stuck” if they have not had the chance to express themselves properly, which is why it is so important that Pisces have opportunities to have creative outlets. In addition to feeling “stuck” through not being able to creatively express themselves, Pisces can also close themselves off emotionally if they have been hurt too often. In terms of relationships, Pisces are known to be loyal and caring towards their significant others.
Tips for Pisces:
Try to find some creative outlet in your life whether it is through art, music, dancing, or even try to find creative outlets while you’re at work!
Incorporating meditation practices and self-love practices is important for Pisces’ emotional health. Journaling, exercise, and self-reflection can help ease any emotional tension that may be felt.
Blue Lace Agate
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McCarthy, J., & Cardenas, A. (2018). The stars within you: a modern guide to astrology. Roost Books.
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