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Wednesday, November 30, 2022
It's ideas that count for you now, more than narrowly personal concerns, and you may have little tolerance for people who do not operate at this level. A sense of emotional coolness or detachment at the personal level, combined with an emphasis on idealism. This is the theme of the cycle you are now entering.
Rabbit Weekly Horoscope: Nov 28 to Dec 4, 2022
As you move into the final weeks of this professional year you are perfectly positioned to make this count. In the first full week of the competitive and professionally charged month of the Rat you will not only be feeling more competitive but in the first full week of the new lunar cycle, the Moon is in its waxing or growth phase. This is a week for throwing yourself into the things that excite you or that you can channel your competitive spirit into, capitalising on the hope and enthusiasm that comes with the start of a new lunar cycle. This is a week for taking on more than you can accomplish, knowing that you can narrow things down after next week's Full Moon, when the Moon will move into its waning phase.
Rabbit Monthly Horoscope: November 2022
While the month of the Pig is a month of two halves, less because of a line down the middle and more because of the contrast between how it starts and how it ends, they are both exciting. Until the New Moon on 24th November, the adventurous month of the Pig is in charge, bringing you to the start of what can be the most adventurous month of any year. As well as putting the focus on adventure, travel, learning and discovery, as the Rabbit and Pig are part of the same triad of affinity, life will flow more smoothly under its influence. It is on 24th November that there will be a real shift, with a New Moon ushering in the competitive and professionally charged month of the Rat.
Power Numbers: 7, 13, 30, 32, 46, 64
Friendly Signs: Rabbit & Tiger
Beware of: Rooster
Colour of the day: Mint Cream
Born Today: Jonathan Swift, Mark Twain, Winston Churchill, Virginia Mayo, Shirley Chisholm, Dick Clark, Abbie Hoffman, Billy Idol, Ben Stiller