Pisces (February 19-March 20)
Smart, creative, and deeply intuitive, Pisces can be close to psychic. Pisces feel things deeply, and have incredibly strong gut reactions. A Pisces “knows” things from deep within and can often judge whether a person or situation is good or bad. That doesn’t mean a Pisces ignores the logical part of their brain, though. Deeply intelligent, Pisces have a profound respect for the power of the human mind. Is it a surprise that Albert Einstein was a Pisces?
Pisces signs are sensitive, and get along well in small groups of people. Sometimes, a Pisces may feel like they have an internal and external self, and they may need to spend a lot of time solo to recalibrate those two halves of themselves. A Pisces is rarely lonely when they are by themselves and have an active imagination. Creative, Pisces love spending time reading, exploring or creating art or music, and understanding their emotions through art.
Those with the Pisces sign may seem quiet but they are incredibly strong and have a very strong sense of right and wrong. Their moral compass, along with their gut, guides them well. When a Pisces speaks up, people listen. Pisces tend to take in everything around them, and they are great people to ask for advice on pretty much anything. While Pisces has strong convictions about the best way for them to live, they have a “live and let live” approach when it comes to others and are accepting and nonjudgmental of all.
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When the water element is emphasized in a person’s natal chart, they are usually quite emotional – even if they don’t show it (still waters run deep). Confinement is not something these people deal well with; they are usually quite resourceful. On a positive level watery people are caring, emotional and artistic, but can also tend to exaggerate feelings out of proportion and live in a fantasy world. When a person’s chart lacks water, there is the tendency for them to find it difficult to understand the feeling side of life and to show compassion to those around them.
feeling * impressionable * moody * private * soulful * compassionate * subconscious * irrational * introverted * soothing * fragile, but strong/powerful * sensitive * cautious * vulnerable to hurt * intimate * defensive * psychic * past * suffering * suspicious initially * self-contained * picks up impressions * associated with healing *
Finally, we have reached the last zodiac sign, which paradoxically is also the most spiritual of all. Pisces has such a great mystic power and a complex psyche that guessing their dominant Chakra becomes an extremely simple task. Obviously, your main Chakra, Pisces, is Sahasrara, also named the Crown Chakra, and it is located at the highest point of our head.
This Chakra, which is energetically linked to the epiphysis, the brain, our cranial cage and our spirituality, acts as a bridge between our physical and spiritual world, enlightening our thinking. Represented by the colors purple, white and gold, you can have more control of it if you use precious stones such as the amethyst, the diamond or the rock crystal quartz.
Moonstone is an orthoclase feldspar which is potassium aluminum silicate. Moonstone crystalizes in the monoclinic system and displays the unique gemological phenomenon called adularescence, the blue or white billowy light or schiller seen when the stones are cut correctly.
Mental uses of Moonstone: It helps restore emotional balance. This is a good stone for cleansing negative energy from your energy centers, or chakras. This is also a stone of reflection, helping you look to within using the powerful tool of self-observation for self-improvement and spiritual growth. With this stone in hand, watch your actions and reactions to others without judgement. Black moonstone specifically is a reminder that all is created from the void, the great mystery, and the emptiness.
Affirmations: I am consciously aware of my belief systems and thoughts. I am extremely intuitive and perceptive. I awaken my consciousness and become aware of what thoughts, people, or situations need to be shifted or realigned in my life.
With their element being water and symbol being the two fish, perhaps no pair goes together better than a water lily and a Pisces. With a knack for art and all things whimsical, Pisces enjoy unique shows of affection. This water sign is known for being quite dreamy, imaginative, and sensitive. Their attitude for life is similar to the environment of water lily’s — shallow ponds, lakes, and the edges of slow-moving streams. The charming Pisces is all about going with the flow.
Compassionate, sensitive, creative, and generous, you’re a great friend to have and will stick by the side of your loved ones through thick and thin. You are incredibly intuitive, a good judge of character, and you tend to feel things deeply. That said, you can benefit from something that encourages your creativity while uplifting your mood, which is why Lime is perfect for a Pisces. This sharp, citrusy oil provides a pick-me-up for when you’re in a creative rut, and it can boost your mood when your sensitive side emerges.
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Pisces’ Greatest Gifts
A Pisces has a great gut and great intuition, which can guide them well, and help them make creative or intellectual leaps other people might not be able to see or consider. Deeply imaginative, Pisces can happily spend hours daydreaming, and are often just as surprised as the rest of the world when the pieces come together in an amazing way. Pisces don’t necessarily work the same way as other people do, and they may be able to get things done incredibly quickly. But it’s not that they’re that much faster than other zodiac signs. It’s that the time they may have been caught staring into space are times that are deeply valuable to them, and necessary for any creative process. The more a Pisces understands how they work and respects that process, the better they are.
Pisces’ Greatest Challenges
Pisces signs can sometimes spend too much time in their heads, getting overly wrapped up in a problem and assuming there’s no solution. Pisces are always one of the first signs to lend an ear to others, but when it comes to asking for help—especially emotional help—Pisces can sometimes wall themselves off, assuming that nobody knows what they are feeling and not even giving anyone a chance to try. Learning how to open up can be a huge lesson for Pisces. Of course, the fact remains that no one can read a Pisces mind. Pisces sometimes feels frustrated that they are seen as “more complicated” than their peers, and that feeling can make them act or seem defensive. Pisces needs to learn to let down their guard, allow people to love them, and allow for mistakes to be made.
Pisces’ Secret Weapon
The realization that life is so much more than what we see. Pisces sign is in tune with the magic of everyday existence and can find beauty in all situations, even ones that may cause tears. Recognizing these moments of beauty and being able to share them with others is what makes Pisces a creative sign, and is also what makes Pisces a soulful sign.
Pisces Power Colors
Is it any surprise that fish are drawn to colors that reflect the sea? Sure, blue is a no-brainer, but Pisces are also drawn to greens, oranges, yellows, and even tans, blacks, and grays—any color you might see in the sea. While some signs are drawn to primary colors, Pisces love muted palates that may appear differently depending on who’s looking.
Sea green: A greenish-blue reminds Pisces that everything is temporary and shifting, just like the sea.
Silver: Shiny, shimmery, and reminiscent of the moon, silver dazzles in a way that’s more low-key—but no less brilliant—than gold and other elemental colors.
Lilac: Muted pastels, like the color of the spring, speak to Pisces affinity for changeability, while subtly giving a nod to the colors often seen in early spring, the time of year Pisces owns on the calendar.
Gray: Pisces sees the world in shades of possibility, and gray speaks to the perspective Pisces brings to any situation, where nothing is good or bad, but everything is based on how the person in the situation sees it unfolding.
The colors that Pisces should avoid are:
Gold: Glittery and ostentatious, this color can be far too ostentatious and “look at me” for Pisces, who prefers a more low-key persona.
Red: Affiliated with the root chakra, red can be too passionate and intense for Pisces, who like to be more cool-minded and analytical when it comes to any decision in their lives.
Orange: Affiliated with the sacral chakra, orange is similarly grounding and at odds with the ethereal personality of a Pisces.
What Success Menas to a Pisces
For Pisces, success means the feeling of flow. Money is entering their bank account, they feel like they are doing solid work at their jobs. When the flow starts to feel awkward, or it feels like things aren’t working, it’s a sign for Pisces to reassess and make changes. A Pisces doesn’t identify themselves by their job title or the amount of money in their wallet, but if they feel bad, it’s a sign that something isn’t working.
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