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What The New Moon In Capricorn Has In Store For Your Zodiac Sign
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What The New Moon In Capricorn Has In Store For Your Zodiac Sign

The new year, new me energy you typically feel just got a re-up.

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If there was one sentence to describe the vibe of this month’s New Moon in Capricorn, it’d be "new year, new you." The energy of this moon phase is going to support your New Year’s resolutions, especially during the first half of the month, so don’t be afraid to dream big! Capricorn is the astrological sign that rules career, tradition, major institutions, ambition and mentors, among other things - this month’s New Moon will highlight all things related to structure, growth and social status.


In astrology, the New Moon is a period of new beginnings and fresh energy. This New Moon in Capricorn cycle is an excellent time to start a new job, create a business, schedule a meeting with a mentor, or to create a vision board. Additionally, a New Moon is an ideal time for setting new intentions and goals. Use the rejuvenating energy of this moon phase to embark on a fresh start in your life.

Here’s how your sign can make the best use of January’s New Moon in Capricorn:

1.Aries

Keep an eye out for new job opportunities this week, Aries! Schedule a meeting with a higher-up or mentor figure in your life during this time. Flesh out that five-year career plan.

2.Taurus

You’re feeling bold and will enjoy a streak of luck this week, Taurus! Lean into that energy by stepping out of your comfort zone - allow your curiosity to lead you to exciting new horizons and experiences.

3.Gemini

Pay attention to any gut feelings you receive this week, Gemini. They are likely to be spot-on and significant in some way. You may finally have sex with a new lover or receive some unexpected cash.

4.Cancer

Expect and embrace a brand new chapter in your relationship, Cancer! Have a meaningful discussion with your significant other during the week of this New Moon. The results of it will be significant and well in line with whatever the future holds for you both.

5.Leo

Your health, weight, and the way your life is organized are on your mind this week, Leo! Any changes that you make related to those right now will have positive energy and blessings behind them.

6.Virgo

This is an excellent time for conceiving a child, dating someone new, or doing something that feeds your authentic self-expression. Don’t waste this opportunity, Virgo.

7.Libra

This week marks a new beginning as it relates to your home and/or family life, Libra. This is a great time to plan out new decor for your space or to sign a lease.

8.Scorpio

This is a great time to have a conversation with a sibling or a neighbor. A small weekend getaway will prove to be very fulfilling for you. You may meet a friend that you vibe with on a soul-level, Scorpio.

9.Sagittarius

Focus on the things that nourish your sense of self-worth this week, Sagittarius. Stay away from the negative Nancies in the days leading up to and following the New Moon. Spend time doing things - and with people - that affirm how amazing and valued you are.

10.Capricorn

Now’s your time to shine, Capricorn! All eyes will be on you this week. Take this time to reflect on how you are currently perceived and how you’d like to fine-tune that. Make sure you’re making the best impressions you can at this time because people of significance are watching.

11.Aquarius

Any epiphanies that you experience now are significant. Pay attention to them. Spend this time alone and in reflection. Meditate or take a spiritual bath.

12.Pisces

New directions in friendship are featured for you this week, Pisces! Put yourself out there and allow yourself to be vulnerable with a trusted companion.

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