Pisces Daily Horoscope – December 17 2020

Yasmin Boland
·3-min read

It’s a VERY big day astrologically-speaking

Maybe it’s just the circles I move in, but I kind of feel that if you haven’t heard about Jupiter and Saturn changing signs this week, you must be living on Uranus! I will most certainly be giving a chat about what it means for everybody on my daily live which you can catch here. Drop in a say hi!

What does Saturn’s move mean for you?

FOR YOU, SATURN IS NOW IN YOUR 12TH HOUSE

It’s your responsibility to be… fearless

Wherever Saturn goes, lessons follow. This year, Saturn is hanging out in your 12th Solar house. If hippy dippy stuff puts you off, just stop reading now and turn the page—you don’t want to know and that’s OK. Just take this message with you for now — this Saturn cycle is all about expanding your mind and not being afraid or threatened by its dark corners. If you’re not bothered by hippy dippy stuff read on. Saturn in the 12th house is a heavy duty transit but one to relish and make the most of because there is such an enormous ability to grow through it. As well as being a cosmic teacher, Saturn’s the grim-faced fellow with a watch who ticks you off for not keeping up, or for being late. So what’s so hippy dippy about that? Hold on. The 12th house is where your most sensitive, delicate and private self dwells. So Saturn passing through your 12th Solar house this year means that you could be forgiven for living with a slightly, perhaps subconscious, sense of doom. I read an article about the best selling author Stephen King once, in which it said that this incredibly successful author had long lived with a sense of doom that something terrible would befall him. This was a shame, since his love of writing earned him mega millions to be enjoyed. I hope he is over that now. Perhaps it was a Saturn in the 12th house moment for him. The point is that lRemember, living as though something good might not happen, or even pessimistically, is ultimately a time waster. So one of your main lessons this year is to enjoy the moment for what it is, without angsting worrying about over the future. And here comes the dippy bit. One of the ways to make the most of this transit is to realise that we are not really alone, even though it sometimes feels like it. In new age circles it’s said that we are all connected to life everywhere and getting a sense of this is one of your challenges for the year. Make the most of it. The world might be crazy, and our brains might be vast and sometimes even a little freaky, but realising we are all connected, will enable you to live with your new acceptance of yourself.

Want more info?

I’ve created a simple but info-packed free PDF to give you more information about what this means for us all. The astrology we’re seeing now hasn’t been seen since 1405! Click here for your free report.