On November 22 2020, we move out of the watery, inward depths of Scorpio into the expansive and idealistic sign of Sagittarius.
If you have been feeling the heaviness of Scorpio season, you’re not alone.
Scorpio season asks us to work through things that have been going on below the surface, and it can often be a heavy time – especially this year. And with the Taurus Full and the Scorpio New Moon, we’ve gone to the depths of our subconscious.
But now that we’ve done the inner work, we can take the lessons we’ve gained from our month of reflection during Scorpio season and find new ways to channel it into personal growth. And Sagittarius season offers us the perfect time to do that.
Sagittarius is the sign of optimism, curiosity and new beginnings. As we rise from the watery depths of Scorpio season, Sagittarius invites us to dream big and find hope, despite everything that’s happening around us.
Sagittarius is symbolized by the Centaur – half man, half horse, pointing his bow high in the sky, representing the boundless hope and idealism of Sagittarius.
They Love Adventure
Sagittarius’ are known to be adventurous, idealistic, open minded, creative and enthusiastic. These are the people that will have their bags packed and their passport ready at any opportunity for adventure.
As a mutable sign, Sagittarius’ thrive in times of change. In fact, the drudgery of a lackluster daily routine can be disheartening for a Sagittarius. With their natural curiosity and drive for adventure, they crave new experiences constantly.
They’re Natural Philosophers
Ruled by Jupiter, the planet of good fortune and abundance, Sagittarius reminds us of the importance of faith and optimism.
This is the sign that rules religion, spirituality and philosophy. Sagittarius’ are incredibly open minded and curious about the world, and are always up for a debate about the nature of the universe.
They’re Honest & Authentic
As a fire sign, Sagittarius is as heart-centred as they come. They have an instinct to express themselves authentically and enthusiastically – straight from the heart.
They are so honest and truthful that it can sometimes get them in trouble. If you have Sagittarius placements in your birth chart, you’ve probably put your foot in your mouth on more than one occasion.
They Love A Good Time
And one of the best parts of Sagittarius’ – they’re fun. With their natural love for adventure and their unshakeable optimism, these are some of the best friends to have around. They have a joyful spirit and an epic sense of humour, and they love to celebrate.
It’s no coincidence that the holiday season coincides with Sag season. This is a time for indulgences and festivities, and no one celebrates like a Sagittarius.
Tips for Sagittarius Season
1. Treat Every Experience as An Opportunity For Learning & Growth
Sagittarius reminds us that we are both teachers and students at the same time, and we’re constantly on an adventure of learning in our lifetime.
Try to adopt a growth mindset when you’re learning new things – be patient with yourself and find joy in the process of mastering something new.
2. Bring The Spirit of Adventure Into Everything You Do
If you’re facing change or uncertainty (as so many of us are right now), try to embrace a spirit of adventure. Remember that you are supported fully through the process of change. Sagittarius invites us to let go of fear and anxiety and find joy in the moments of transition.
3. Explore Other Cultures
While many of us are facing lockdowns and travel restrictions with the pandemic, there are still opportunities for us to explore other cultures from the comfort of our own home.
Now is the perfect time to watch that international documentary you’ve had saved on your Netflix watch list for months. Try some takeout from a local restaurant and explore a cuisine you’ve never had before. Learn more about a religion or culture that you’re not familiar with.
After an intense and turbulent year of change and uncertainty, we need to embrace the hope and optimism of this Zodiac sign now more than ever.
Sagittarius season reminds us of the infinite lessons that can be learned when we step outside of our familiar routines and approach the world through a lens of curiosity.