November Horoscopes

These horoscopes are written for each of my tarot ecosystems and The Collective (the global system we all live in).

This month’s horoscopes are blessings— benedictions, really— written in haiku format. Do whatever you need to receive these words. Take a breath. Gift yourself a sacred pause. Read it. Silently. Out loud. Whisper it. Write it out. Stitch it. Paint its portrait. Sing it in song.

I have no prompts for you this time. Instead, I recommend that you walk with these words this lunation. Allow them in. Take what you need. Leave the rest.

Remember: My horoscopes align with your tarot Target birth card/ecosystem.


Don’t know your ecosystem? It’s super easy to figure out using your birthdate. Follow these instructions to find out how.

The Collective

WHAT WE SHARE

May the mended seams
of our hearts hold strong against
what aims to tear them.

The Ecosystem of Will

THE MAGICIAN, THE WHEEL, THE SUN (1, 10, 19)

May the echoes of
this moment remind you who
you were born to be.

Ecosystem of Intuition

THE HIGH PRIESTESS, JUSTICE, JUDGMENT (2, 11, 20)

May you paint the night
with flames. Let them see you as
you banish the dark.

Ecosystem of Creation

THE EMPRESS, THE HANGED MAN, THE WORLD (3, 12, 21)

May you hear the soft
whisper within, urging you
when it’s time to push.

Ecosystem of Trust

THE EMPEROR, DEATH, THE FOOL (4, 13, 22)

Rise, love: May your heart
help you climb higher than your
mind knows you can fall.

Ecosystem of Knowledge

THE HIEROPHANT, TEMPERANCE (5, 14)

May you find that the
floorboards of your former life
make for fine kindling.

Ecosystem of Union

THE LOVERS, THE DEVIL (6, 15)

May your beloved
wounds be laid bare. May their names
sanctify your heart.

Ecosystem of Initiation

THE CHARIOT, THE TOWER (7, 16)


May you remember:
Fear is no battle to be
won— it is the field.

Ecosystem of Hope

STRENGTH, THE STAR  (8, 17)

May you write the hymns
of you heart; sing them to rocks,
mail them to flowers.

Introspection

THE HERMIT, THE MOON (9, 18)

May the edges of
your pieces sew into place
like squares in a quilt.

Sara Holodnick