The Daily Horoscope Summary for Sagittarius...
I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving with friends and family! It kicks off the holiday season here in the US. And Black Friday, hopefully was one for the record books for retailers who were not able to give us the normal shopping experience the last couple of years. Hopefully, not everyone did all their shopping on line and still shopped at local merchants to help keep them in business. Small business owners are still the backbone of the American economy! And as much as I love shopping, and I do, some of the best gifts are home made because there is so much love included!
This weekend we have a stellium of the Sun, Venus and Mercury in Sagittarius after the new moon just barely has moved out of Sagittarius. So, we had 4 planets there, over the holiday, until just today. With a Sagittarius stellium, there can be a tremendous amount of energy for us to expand, explore, and experience. This is when we are super optimistic, always seeing the brighter side of life, and can come up with the greatest ideas possible. But we do need to learn to back up what we say with action. We need to find something that gives us the freedom to spread our wings and fly. Wherever we have Sagittarius in our chart, we must leave our comfort zones, which were learned in our upbringing. With all that being said, this weekend we will look at where Sagittarius falls in each of our charts to see how this stellium affects us. This also tells us how Sagittarius affects us our whole lives.
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With this stellium in Sagittarius you display a larger than life personality with a goofy sense of humor. Some people love your sense of humor but not everyone finds you funny. Be careful of taking unnecessary risks and of having a strong need to always be right. You may believe in truthfulness at the expense of everything else. Beware of brutal honesty.
Fame or the self, which is dearer?
The self or wealth, which is greater?
Gain or loss, which is more painful?
Thus excessive love must lead to great spending
Excessive hoarding must lead to heavy loss
Knowing contentment avoids disgrace
Knowing when to stop avoids danger
Thus one can endure indefinitely