I hope you’re ready for a cosmic shake-up, because eclipse season kicks off on Nov. 19 with the November 2021 full moon in Taurus. This powerful moon, also known as the Beaver Moon, is also a lunar eclipse, so it’s heralding in all sorts of major revelations, endings, and twists of fate. That makes it a good time to let the universe take the wheel and stay open to change, even if it’s uncomfortable. Everyone will feel the eclipse in a unique way, so you’ll definitely want to know how the November 2021 full moon will affect each zodiac sign. Here’s, how based on your sign. (tip: Be sure to read both your sun, moon and your rising sign, if you know it).    

Aries Sun, Rising & Moon: (March 21-April 19)

With the full moon and lunar eclipse falling in your second house of income, you’ll be nudged to reflect on — and perhaps take action on — putting your happiness and well-being above your bank account. 

Taurus Sun, Rising & Moon: (April 20-May 20)

With the full moon and lunar eclipse falling in your first house of self, you’re embarking on a whole new chapter that involves reinvention and possibly some growing pains that could ultimately reshape your closest relationships. 

Gemini Sun, Rising & Moon: (May 21-June 20)

With the full moon and lunar eclipse falling in your twelfth house of spirituality, this is a moment to take a step back from the hustle and bustle of your daily life to really trust your intuition and dreams. 

Cancer Sun, Rising & Moon: (June 21-July 22)

Falling in your eleventh house of networking, you can expect this full moon and lunar eclipse to bring shake-ups around the people you associate with. You’ll want to be sure the team you’re playing with is in sync with your long-term wishes.

Leo Sun, Rising & Moon: (July 23-August 22)

The full moon and lunar eclipse is in your tenth house of career, requiring that you get clear on — and clear away — the obstacles potentially standing in the way of the professional achievement you’ve been dreaming of. 

Virgo Sun, Rising & Moon: (August 23-September 22)

This full moon and lunar eclipse, falling in your ninth house of adventure, is an opportunity to break free of the mundane and embrace an eye-opening endeavor that’s totally out of your comfort zone — but which could prove to be incredibly fulfilling. Your motto now: Leap and the net will appear.

Libra Sun, Rising & Moon: (September 23-October 22)

Because this full moon and lunar eclipse fall in your eighth house of emotional bonds and sexual intimacy, you’ll be swimming in deep, transformative waters and feeling like it’s time to excise a toxic pattern or relationship from your life.  

Scorpio Sun, Rising & Moon: (October 23-November 21)

With the full moon and lunar eclipse falling in your seventh house of partnership, this moment is all about striking the balance between owning your sense of self and showing up for someone with whom you have a close one-on-one bond. What needs to change in order for you to best do that?

Sagittarius Sun, Rising & Moon: (November 22-December 21)

With the full moon and lunar eclipse occurring in your sixth house of wellness, you’ll have to face down the consequences of any problematic habits that could be impinging on your day-to-day well-being.

Capricorn Sun, Rising & Moon: (December 22-January 19)

The full moon and lunar eclipse is in your fifth house of romance, fueling your drive to express yourself in a unique, devil-may-care way — with your S.O., a potential partner, or on the job. Owning your bolder, passionate side can prove empowering.

Aquarius Sun, Rising & Moon: (January 20-February 18)

Falling in your fourth house of home life, this full moon and lunar eclipse will nudge you to deal with your past emotional wounds so that you can heal and move ahead in a more centered way. 

Pisces Sun, Rising & Moon: (February 19-March 20) 

This full moon and lunar eclipse is in your third house of communication, electrifying your curiosity and desire to learn and grow. Connecting and collaborating with others is the key.

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