What’s in store for Libra this month, according to the horoscope for November 2021?
November is beckoning you, Libra, to realize your full potential.
The Libra horoscope for November 2021 is below.
November is going to be a workout for you, Libra.
You’ll be letting go of anything or anyone that’s holding you back and stepping into your full potential.
This website spoke with astrologer, cosmic coach, crystal healer, and founder of the Moon Child Sorority, Bex Milford (@cosmic_cures on Instagram), to learn about the Libra November horoscope for 2021.
The month begins on November 4 with a New Moon in Scorpio.
Because Scorpio is one of the zodiac’s more magical and mystical signs, the month will be transformative.
“New Moons are all about setting intentions and welcoming new beginnings,” Bex explained, “and Scorpio is associated with reclaiming our power, confronting our fears, and letting go of what holds us back.”
The New Moon falls in Libra, your second house, which governs self-worth, confidence, value, material possessions, and finances.
“This New Moon is fantastic for connecting with what makes you feel powerful,” Bex said.
“What activities in your life give you confidence, and what thoughts and ways of speaking to yourself give you strength?”
“If you’re still limiting yourself because you don’t believe you’re worthy, now is a great time to practice affirmations and tell yourself why you can succeed.”
Libra, you’re ruled by Venus and have a tendency to overspend on luxuries.
However, during this New Moon, you’ll be rethinking this bad habit, as well as your overall financial situation.
“It’s a good time to think about how you make money and see if there’s an area in your life where you can bring in more money,” Bex said.
“Can you start something that will increase your bank account over this New Moon? Is it time to take the risk?”
You’ll crave the stability of partnerships and love on solid ground when Venus enters Capricorn on November 5.
Your desire to go out and have daring, exciting, and dramatic relationships has been replaced by a desire to connect with what makes you feel safe.
“Spending more time at home with your partner will bring you the most,” Bex said.
“Brinkwire News Summary.”