Aquarius Daily Horoscope – March 23 2021

Yasmin Boland
·2-min read

Venus is the planet of love…

Today your horoscope is about the move of the planet of love and abundance, Venus. Venus is moving out of the dreamy sign of Pisces and into the far more go-get-’em sign of Aries. This is not a judgement by the way, we all have Pisces and Aries in our chart somewhere. Venus just behaves a little bit differently in each sign. So expect love and abundance matters to be a little bit more fiery over the coming few weeks.

What does this mean for you?…

Venus is now moving through your third house of communications, thoughts and Your Every Day life. This is a wonderful transit if life has been a little tough over the past few days or even weeks. For one thing, if you’ve been working too hard and/or worrying too much to enjoy yourself, that phase is about to end. In fact, you can expect to start feeling quite sociable now. If you’re single and looking for love, you’d do well to accept any and all invitations coming your way now. People are going to be extra drawn to you as Venus gives you the gift of the Charming Gab – your words are going to be more seductive to Someone Else’s ears than ever. For that reason, if you want to tell someone how much you care for them, the coming four weeks are the ideal time. Whatever else happens, you can expect to have Love On The Brain. Also this month, pay attention to those around you – you may not have realised how much love there is in your life, especially in your immediate environment. Take no one’s love for granted! This Venus cycle is also good news if you either wish you could spend more time with your siblings (the chance should arise) or if you’ve had a falling out with a brother or sister and want to make up. Extend the olive branch.

That’s Venus. What about the Moon?

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