Heather Roan-Rob­bins

Pasatiempo - - Star Codes -

We need psy­chic space this out­spo­ken week­end; let’s be as com­pas­sion­ate as we are hon­est. Don’t try to con­tain the fam­ily in small spa­ces. The mood is great for en­er­getic games or group projects if the fam­ily is so in­clined, but too much to­geth­er­ness pro­duces sparks. Drop the agenda; in­stead, start some­thing fun and in­vite oth­ers.

As the week­end pro­gresses, a Taurus moon brings a cozy note, mak­ing it eas­ier to deepen our re­con­nec­tions. Talk­a­tive Mer­cury sex­tiles ex­pan­sive Jupiter, which helps us com­mu­ni­cate and brings us closer to the rad­i­cal ac­cep­tance we all could use. A Taurus moon also brings us an ac­quis­i­tive streak; kids leave with left­overs and maybe a few fa­vorite things. Bar­gain shop­ping for Christ­mas can get fierce. We tend to de­bate pol­icy in­tensely, whether it’s fam­ily pol­i­tics or health­care re­form. Change is in progress and needs our at­ten­tion but not our ar­ro­gance; if the de­bate gets too in­tense, take a deep breath and cel­e­brate any re­cent im­prove­ments to­gether to un­lock our un­der­stand­ing.

Mid­week, Venus en­ters the sign of the trav­eler, Sagittarius, un­der a full moon in Gemini. This can change our minds or make us want to shake off our shack­les and run. Re­lo­ca­tion or travel tempts us. Peo­ple are ready to try some­thing new, and we can be the ones who open the door. Fri­day, Nov. 27: A rough dawn burns off quickly into a creative day. Volatile en­ergy fu­els funny, action-packed times if we’re free to be ex­pres­sive. The vibe is gen­er­ally hu­mor­ous and en­thu­si­as­tic, but im­pa­tience can make us care­less. Satur­day, Nov. 28: We are spon­ta­neous, con­fi­dent, and com­pe­tent in short bursts but low on pa­tience. We need to laugh at our­selves and ac­cept oth­ers ex­actly as they are. We won’t tol­er­ate crit­i­cism, guilt-trip­ping, or be­ing or­dered about, which could put a dent in fam­ily con­ver­sa­tions. Give kids a place to run. Ask el­ders about their his­tory to di­rect thoughts away from con­tentious top­ics. Sun­day, Nov. 29: A Taurus moon sta­bi­lizes our stamina and tem­per­a­ment. Com­mu­ni­ca­tions im­prove even if opin­ions are still fixed. The moon trines Pluto— let feel­ings flow. Travel early in the day; we are more ac­ci­dent-prone late af­ter­noon as Mars sesquisquares Pluto. Steady ef­forts win. Mon­day, Nov. 30: Be kind— post-hol­i­day times can be tough. Un­set­tling news or in­ter­rupted com­mu­ni­ca­tions make the sit­u­a­tion am­bigu­ous as Mer­cury squares Uranus. A shock helps us wake up. Ner­vous wor­ries and ou­tra­geous com­ments should be taken as smoke, not fire— the sit­u­a­tion may change to­mor­row. Op­por­tu­ni­ties are found in mishaps and changes in plans. Tues­day, Dec. 1: Kids get silly and minds open up as the moon en­ters Gemini, Venus en­ters Sagittarius, and Mer­cury sex­tiles Nep­tune. In­vi­ta­tions, mes­sages, and ne­go­ti­a­tions are on the ta­ble; keep talk­ing and con­sider all pos­si­bil­i­ties. Brisk men­tal tasks suc­ceed, but don’t ex­pect rig­or­ous logic. Sleep is hard to come by tonight, so let’s gather to­gether and talk rather than toss and turn. Wed­nes­day, Dec. 2: An early full moon may leave us tired and wired but can re­ally blast open lines of com­mu­ni­ca­tion. Ev­ery­thing is a work in progress. En­joy the flir­ta­tious buzz and good sto­ry­telling, but check the facts. Look for a po­ten­tial break­through in long-dis­tance com­mu­ni­ca­tions. Thurs­day, Dec. 3: Stay in­volved. Some doors close so oth­ers can open as the moon en­ters Can­cer and op­poses Pluto mid­day. We are melan­cholic, but our con­cen­tra­tion re­turns this af­ter­noon in time to deal with struc­tural and ad­min­is­tra­tive chal­lenges. Grumpi­ness is am­bi­ent and can hurt ten­der feel­ings.

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