With two planets and the Sun entering new signs, this is a week to direct your energy toward something new! First, put your heart and soul into your dreams as the Sun enters Scorpio -- the zodiac's most passionate sign -- on October 22. Then, take a good, long look at your relationship choices as Venus enters Libra on October 28. Lastly this week, the enthusiasm of Mercury's entrance into optimistic Sagittarius, also on October 28, brings ideas and conversations that can help you plan for the future.
October 22: The Sun enters Scorpio
No matter what you've been through recently, the transformative powers of Scorpio can help you change your life for the better. Use the energy of this powerful transit to invest your heart and soul in something that matters to you. You'll have plenty of stamina, and your determination and passion will help you attain anything your heart desires. The Sun's transit through Scorpio will last until November 21 -- don't waste this time!
October 28: Venus enters Libra
Venus enjoys being in its home sign of Libra, and if the ongoing, revolutionary Uranus-Pluto square weren't dominating the heavenly landscape right now, your relationship life would be filled with sweet conversations, lots of togetherness and plenty of kisses and hugs. Instead, over the next week, challenging situations will test some of your relationship choices, and people who simply aren't a good fit for you at this point will require a second look. Use this time to move toward supportive people and those who share your own values.
October 28: Mercury enters Sagittarius
The communication planet, Mercury, in the optimistic sign of Sagittarius offers plenty of ideas and fun conversations to help you reach your goals! If you keep your feet on the ground and mix practicality with enthusiasm, you'll have the magical ingredients you need to succeed. Honesty is Sagittarius's top value, and this can bring refreshing discussions. Just make sure you don't share too much, since this planet-sign combination is known for making statements that often have to be followed by retractions! However, if you can remember to exercise tact, you shouldn't have any regrets.