The sun in your sign makes you feel alive, and the sky also throws a social opportunity your way, too, so don’t turn down invites. Allow everybody their say at the weekend and try to rein in impulsive spending tendencies.
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A gentle dreamer, the Pisces woman is the one who floats through life. Perhaps, because in her deepest fantasies, Pisces has a powerful imagination. But this woman has a giving quality, which connects her to all forms of life and she'll be found where she can express her creativity in a leisurely manner. She also knows about the darker side of human nature instinctively, although may shy away from it, or try to make it better, but she recognises imperfection as part of life. It makes her very sad at times, brining up poignant memories of past misfortunes...(read more)
The Pisces man is a bit of a chameleon. Impressionable and soft-natured, he's the one who blends into his surroundings. He'll also take the path of least resistance, as he doesn't find it easy to compete with hardier souls. A romantic at heart, he'll look for the good in everybody even when his dreams are trodden on, and he's more than capable of loving his neighbour as himself. Yet he's an actor, too. Even the shy Pisces male will gravitate towards the spotlight on occasions, not to steal the limelight, but to display a rich and deep mixture of human...(read more)
The relationship between Pisces and the moonstone recalls the intimate connection between the moon and the sea. Pisces planetary ruler is Neptune associated with the roman god of the sea. The moonstone energises the elemental powers of water and reflects, at times even channels, the cyclical influences of the moon. Many Pisceans have a natural affection for the sea and this gemstone can protect them on seafaring voyages or while playing and swimming in the water itself. Just as the moon regulates the tides, the oceans waves and the growth cycles on...(read more)