Kim Kardashian (source: The Cut)

A couple of interesting cosmic events are on the horizon. First, the sun makes its annual conjunction to Neptune tomorrow. Not long after that, Mercury and Venus meet up with one another just a few hours before they both conjoin Chiron.

All of this action is occurring in Pisces. So, what does that mean for you? It depends upon where these conjunctions land in your own chart. Nevertheless, the mood in general over the next couple of days can be described with one word: oversensitive.

Be careful not to take things the wrong way. Do not perceive opposition where it does not exist. Don’t let your imagination run away with you. Be sympathetic if sympathy is warranted, but do not allow anyone to prey upon your sympathetic nature. And whatever you do, avoid self-medicating with drugs and alcohol to deal with wounds to your psyche.

It’s not all bad. In fact, it’s probably not bad for most people. Still, Pisces is associated with the idea of martyrdom. This combination of factors will undoubtedly have some selfish people demanding to be recognized for their “selflessness.” Others will use the energy of these brief aspects to access the darkest reaches of their imaginations, discovering creative solutions for problems that have previously evaded them.

I do have one word of advice for everyone, though. Get out and connect with people between now and Monday. Pisces is an “impressive” sign: the impressions you make right now will resonate with the people you meet. The connections will be genuine. Even if you drift apart shortly afterward, those connections will endure. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: the cord that connects the two fishes in the symbol of Pisces is more important than the fishes themselves.

It’s an important time of the year. Don’t waste it by drifting off into your own little world.

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