When the Sun moves into Pisces, the last sign of the zodiac, it signals the ending of one cycle before a new one begins at the Spring Equinox. And what do we do when something ends and before we begin again? Take a breather! That’s why the Sun in Pisces is considered a time to heal and regain strength before starting anew.
The Pisces Sun makes it a lot easier for us to tap into our intuition and follow our instincts. This is a time to dream, rest, and surrender to something greater than ourselves. Our escapist tendencies can easily get the best of us during this whimsical, daydream-filled period.
We’ll all take a walk on the spiritual side when the Sun moves into dreamy Pisces. Take care of someone. Pisces is the most compassionate and caring zodiac sign, so they are at their best when doing something kind for others. Adopt this admirable Pisces quality and use it to help someone out. Perhaps was poetic. The dreamy Fishes are artsy and creative, so this transit is the best time to channel your inner Pisces and write or speak something beautiful to someone you love.
But watch out for your escapist nature. Highly sensitive, compassionate, and imaginative, Pisces is at risk of withdrawing when they feel too much or get caught up in daydreams. Try to keep yourself grounded (at least a little bit) while the Sun is in Pisces.
Look forward to healing! By the time the Sun moves out of Pisces, you’ll feel renewed and reconnected with your spiritual self.
We will all be under a hypnotic love spell while Venus is in Pisces! We’ll want to fall in love, be in love, and merge with the object of our affection. It’ll easier for us to connect with our significant other when this planet moves into this sign. Pisces is all about tapping into an alternate dream world so that we can shrug off the stresses of everyday life and focus on romance.
While everything seems dreamy and romantic, there is something we need to be cautious of. Venus in Pisces can fog up our judgment to the point that we overlook our partner’s flaws. Unless we’ve had plenty of time to get to know someone, this is not the best time to make a commitment. It’s easy to believe in love at first sight when Venus is in Pisces, so we need to take it slow so that we don’t end up falling in love with an illusion.
Still, seeing other people in an idealistic light isn’t always a bad thing. If we are in a relationship where we’ve felt nitpicky about our significant other’s shortcomings, enchanting Venus and compassionate Pisces can make us fully appreciate what we’ve got. Letting go of control allows us to have a deeper and more meaningful connection with our partner so that we can experience love in its purest form.
When it comes to the money side of Venus in Pisces, it’s a great time to cultivate an imaginative or spiritual pursuit and consider how to monetize it. Venus in Pisces, however, is not about chasing the almighty dollar. This transit would rather have us doing something charitable with our gifts.
Neptune in Pisces grants us a unique form of sight. As the Piscean focus on emotion and spirit merges with Neptune’s pull to unify all things, a clarity emerges from the fog, shedding light on our own contradictions. We can suddenly see clearly the futility of caring about petty differences. The value of coming together shines like gold, and the path to wholeness is illuminated.
This transit calls us to look at what we each can contribute toward our collective progress and healing. We all have gifts, ideas, and dreams for how things could be. Neptune in Pisces is an invitation to explore our emotional intelligence for our own unique offerings.
This is the perfect time to take a course in a spiritual path that calls to us, or to create an altar space at home and connect with that which feels most sacred. The energy of Neptune in Pisces nudges us to consider how to then share these ideas with the world, and reminds us that its presence will support us in this process.