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Your Monthly Horoscopes: November 2018

Your Monthly Horoscopes: November 2018

Horoscopes

Scorpio season is in full effect, and with it, is a new moon in Scorpio kicking the month off on November 7.


Although new moons signify and symbolize new beginnings, the Scorpio's influence lends to this newness a state of confusion as well. Nevertheless, as we enter this new month and new season, accept that sometimes the hardest thing about beginning again is to actually start. So as you release, cultivate, and manifest, understand that a big theme of this month is the mantra "let go and let flow." Read on to learn what else November has in store for each sign.

Taurus (Apr. 20-May 20)

Laci Jordan for xoNecole

Tensions arise when the bull is awakened from his slumber! With the Scorpio Sun opposing your own sign and going through a relationship upheaval, and joining with oh-so-intense and passionate Mars, you will be the one who confronts the very thing that you wish to avoid: confrontation. But it is only through confrontation that you may see the deeper intimacy of your closest relationships. So if there has been something nagging in your mind about that someone in particular, this will be the best time to let loose and tell your loved one how you have been feeling. Don't worry, at the end of the month, you will be back to your same pastoral fun-loving, peace-loving self.

While, this is a great time for you to let all your passion and feelings out at home, at work, this intensity may be a little too much for your co-workers to handle. So unless you have a true gripe that needs to have intervention for the sake of smooth sailings at work, temper your tongue, take a deep breath and wait for it to pass.

All images by Laci Jordan for xoNecole

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