Pisces season in the western tropical zodiac begins on February 19, commencing the final phase of Winter in the Northern Hemisphere. This is the time of year when the chill of winter is beginning to yield to the oncoming warmth of Spring, and the days are continuing to increase in light. The underlying seasonal sense that growth and renewal are returning to the world is mirrored in the reflective and inwardly creative imaginings of the Piscean archetype.
As the twelfth sign of the zodiac, Pisces marks the ending of a cycle. The month that the Sun travels through Pisces each year represents a time of completion, where we are meant to release, forgive, find closure, and surrender what has been, in preparation for the astrological New Year that begins at the March Equinox.
As the final sign, Pisces has absorbed every lesson — the joys and the pains, the hopes and the fears — learned by all of the other signs.
This makes these fish the most psychic, empathetic, and compassionate creatures of the astrological wheel.
With such immense sensitivity, Pisces can easily become swallowed by emotions
Bringing things together ( federation & perpetuation) so they can emerge in new year Aries
Pisces is the fourth and final of the mutable signs in the zodiac wheel, who all hold an energy of change, liminality, and adaptation at the end of one season, and the beginning of the next. Pisces begins the last phase of winter, when the cold season is less established, lending to the fluid and changeable sign qualities of Pisces. As a mutable sign, Pisces effortlessly adapts to their surroundings.
Pisces’s element is water, the second heaviest element, thought by ancient astrologers to be the fluid, adaptive, yet a tangible form of matter. Water represents the moistening and cohering principle that binds and connects all forms of nature.
Without it, nothing that takes a material form could “stick” together. Water fertilizes earth so that nature and creativity can incubate and bloom. Pisces’ creativity, intuition, imagination, and strong inter-relational talents are all akin to the connectivity of the water element.
Governs the Feet lymphatic’s and liver
PISCES, the sign of The Fishes, represents a state of being that can elude clear definition. It is at the same time both fluid and formless, profound and capricious. Two fishes pulling in opposite directions representing the constant division of Pisces’s attention between fantasy and reality.
It is as vast and eternal as the ocean, but as intangible and ephemeral as the fog.
It cares deeply for others, feels a connection with all life, and yet needs personal space and privacy.
selfless, spiritual, and very focused on their inner journey.
Spiritual emotional creative dreams intuition
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humility and patience are characteristic of Pisces ?
Ruled by Neptune,
the celestial body that governs creativity and dreams,
these ethereal fish adore exploring their boundless imaginations.
In its more nefarious form, however, Neptune also oversees illusion and escapism.
Neptunian energy is like the energy of the ocean: magical, mysterious, and often scary.
These visionary fish have unparalleled access to the collective unconscious through their clairvoyanceand make incredible artists and creatives.
Kind and gentle, they’re invigorated by shared experiences of music and romance
Those with this sun sign must be wary of mirages: These impressionable fish prefer wearing rose-colored glasses to addressing problems, which can earn Pisces a reputation for being flaky or delusional.
This water sign should remember that problems can’t be solved by swimming away. Willful ignorance never makes conflict disappear: It only gives it the chance to grow.
OUR CAPACITY for sympathy and our desire to be of service is heightened with all this Pisces influence, but so is a tendency to go into self-sacrifice or martyrdom. DISCERNMENT SKILLS may not be very acute when we’re “under the influence” of Pisces and Neptune. It can be easy to overidealize a loved one, or to not see them clearly. We may ignore red flags in a relationship, or convince ourselves that we should forgive “just one more time.” The danger here is that of taking on a rescuer or victim role, perhaps because we can see a loved one’s soul and know that they really are good at heart.
And, with Venus representing money issues, we may overspend because we overestimate the value of something. If possible, delay any commitments of the heart or pocketbook until we are clear of any fog that may be wafting across our path this week.
BE ESPECIALLY AWARE of any tendency to try to take on another’s pain, in the hope that it will help them in some way. Many times, even though we want to “make” the other person feel better, what serves the highest good is to simply hold a compassionate space for them while they feel and move through their pain.
If you start to feel overwhelmed, or get an intuitive feeling that something “isn’t quite right,” it is usually a sign that you are doing more than what is best for you, which means you are also doing more than what is best for the other person. That which is truly for the Highest Good is for the highest good for all. If an action depletes your energy, it is actually inhibiting another’s growth potential as well.