New Moon In Pisces—How To Work With The Energies

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With the sun entering the sign of Pisces—the last sign of the zodiac—yesterday, and the new moon in Pisces perfecting on February 20 at 2:06 a.m. EST, we are effectively saying goodbye to another astrological year.

New moon cycles are ideal for new beginnings. However, this new moon in Pisces can also be a great time to let go of beliefs that hold you back from being your best self. Such contradictions are part of the Pisces archetype.

As always, you will have to look at your natal chart to see how this Pisces new moon cycle may impact you on a personal level. But on a collective level, it is helpful to understand the overall traits of the Pisces energy as a guidepost.

Generally speaking, Pisceans are emotionally sensitive, empathetic, and intuitive. At its highest expression, Pisces is guided by an understanding that logical reality is not the only reality and that subjective reality is just as valid. That may not seem to be an admirable trait in a world where hard facts and tangible results are highly valued, almost to the exclusion of everything else. Yet, it is part of the human potential to see beyond what is in front of your face.

To work with the energy of this Pisces new moon, dare to be a dreamer. Trust your emotions as a valid source of information. Realize that the line between up and down, here and there, reality and fantasy doesn’t exist. It’s all part of one continuum. Empathy comes from the understanding that there is no real difference between you and the other.

Some say that the Piscean vibe can veer off into delusion. The truth is that there is no such thing as delusion. Only perspective.

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