Leo: Monthly overview

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Leo Overview

February 25, 2021

There’s a powerful emphasis on your relationship zone, so the coming month looks like it will be busy. Plentiful interactions suggest better teamwork, chances to improve your relationships, and options for romance. Whatever you have in mind, this is a great time to go ahead. In general, you’ll get better results if you join up with others than if you try to go it alone, and this may be the case for some time. As sultry venus moves into aquarius on february 1, her presence here is helpful for negotiations and can go a long way toward smoothing over any difficulties. Plus, with the new moon in this same sector on the eleventh, this can be one of the better times to take a creative business partnership or collaboration further. Being around certain people could have a profound effect on your outlook. In addition, with sobering saturn angling toward electric uranus over this month, goals and ambitions that once seemed so important could go through a shift. At the same time, articulate mercury is retrograde until february 20, and this could exacerbate delays or cause confusion and mixed messages. The focus shifts to deeper waters when the sun moves into pisces on the eighteenth, followed by sultry venus a week later. It’s time to embrace your feelings because doing so could be key when making important decisions. This blend of energies also has a passionate and romantic quality that can add sparkle to any partnership or encourage a new romance to take off. Finally, the full moon in virgo on february 27 could coincide with a shopping spree and an urge to splurge. This might be your way of covering up feelings that you don’t want to acknowledge, but a pampering session or some rest could leave you feeling much more relaxed.  

Monthly Overview: other signs

Aries
Aries
Taurus
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Gemini
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Cancer
Cancer
Leo
Leo
Virgo
Virgo
Libra
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Scorpio
Scorpio
Sagittarius
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Capricorn
Capricorn
Aquarius
Aquarius
Pisces
Pisces