This symbolism, which informs much of western astrology, suggests that Mars in Scorpio is more likely than not to behave in a dark, destructive way.
Yet in Scorpio, Mars remains uncertain of his prowess, his ability to make his mark, and so more than in any other zodiac sign, in Scorpio he is likely to become obsessive, overemotional, and to overcompensate.
But in some instances, the number six reflects lapsing into a nostalgic longing fueled by frustration that the ‘good old days’ are well and truly gone. When this occurs, we become less optimistic about the future and our ability to forge new connections.
Consider the Scorpion, the symbol for this sign, a nasty little creature that might kill you for no other reason than it can. It only stands to reason then that if you provoke Scorpio, you’ll pay the price.
It’s the nature of Scorpio to be both unrelentingly passionate about something or someone. In combination with Cancer, the nature of which place emotional security as the top priority, the result could be burnout when one realizes that which was once thrilling and engaging has become overwhelming and exhausting.
This suggests a deteriorating situation with which you’ll continue to struggle at until you’ve taken a cold, hard look in the mirror.
The trick here is to find balance between what it is that you want from another and the reality of his or her situation. Especially today and tomorrow, it does little good to focus, as so many of us are prone to do, solely on our own wants and needs.
Most of us like to believe that unlike poor Alice, we know exactly who we are. So why not try that out right now in the privacy of your own home?
Situation Today, as the Sun in Scorpio makes a harmonious trine to Neptune, the planet of dreams and dreamers and the Moon moves into action-oriented Aries, this age-old question takes on a new and potentially troublesome significance. Basically we’re faced with a mixed blessing: immediately, we feel at one with our fondest wishes for our […]