2014 Horoscope Pisces - Major Trends in 2014
There are many important and positive changes that have been happening the past few years. Neptune, your ruling planet, has moved into your sign. This adds much glamour to the image – an unearthly kind of beauty. It gives more confidence and self-esteem as well. Your whole body is being elevated in energy vibration. In 2011 Uranus moved into your money house, bringing great change to the whole financial life – to your investments, the way you earn and your attitudes towards money. So, Neptune is in your sign and will be for a very long time. You’ll be hearing plenty about Neptune from astrologers who reckon this is Pisces’ ruling planet. Its oceanic imagery certainly fits, yet it’s hard to see why you would abandon Jupiter, Pisces’ traditional ruler, as your guiding star, especially as the ‘greater benefic’ as it was known, promises substantial favours in 2014. This mystical and magical planet blends well with the intuitive, sensitive and psychic side of your personality. Its positive influence in your sign will be that it helps you sense the moods of those around you. Neptune’s ‘influence’ is strongest for Pisceans born between Feb 24-29, as it was in 2013, All planets have positive and negative qualities – at best Neptune lends you a magic touch and a patina of glamour, especially if you are in the business of art, music, movies and humanitarian campaigning. At worst Neptune is the planet of the escapist martyr, a role to resist fiercely if you are on the outs wi th a partner, not least at the full Moon of February, a tricky moment.
Also prominent in your skies is the planetoid Chiron, a celestial body associated with healing and courage. Its transits this year chiefly affect birthdays March 3 - March 13, who can expect their tender spots to be exposed and, with a touch of wisdom, soothed. Chiron, powerfully aspected throughout 2014, may also cast you in the role of healer, the opposite of martyr.
Jupiter has been in your 5th house of fun, children and creativity since June 2013 and he will be there until July 16 of this year. So you are in a party kind of year. You are exploring the ‘joy of life’ and getting involved in fun kinds of activities. with Jupiter in your zone of romance and pleasure, rest assured there will be plenty opportunity to enjoy yourself.
Jupiter will move into your 6th house of work in July 2014. This is a wonderful aspect for job seekers or those who employ others. Dream job opportunities are coming. And for those who employ others there is an abundance of good help available.
Saturn moved into your 9th house late last year and will be there for another two years. BEING THE TOUCHY-FEELY, SENTIMENTAL, ARTY (possibly mystic) Pisces of legend is great to a point, but a little hard-headedness never goes amiss in this cruel and heartless world, and Saturn, resident in your fellow water sign of Scorpio, is on hand to supply it throughout 2014. Saturn’s energy can be harsh, but this is not the school of hard knocks – the one in which you were enrolled four years back. Look upon this year as an opportunity to get your affairs in smooth, productive running order, ready for the more challenging phase that arrives in 2015, which you can worry about later. Here and now officialdom looks keen to co-operate – the world of employers, property, bankers and the like - providing you fulfil your obligations to their impersonal realm. For students, especially at college or postgraduates, this is a difficult period. They need to work much harder on their studies than usual. They are not catching any ‘lucky breaks’ and only sheer merit will get them through. For non-students it shows a testing of the belief systems, a re-organization of the higher mind. Generally this brings ‘crises of faith’.
Pluto in Capricorn, in your friendship zone, suggests a physically and mentally active year ahead when you will be in a sociable mood and ready to get in touch with neglected friends. There’s a reason that your sign is symbolized by a pair of fish swimming in opposite directions. Your talents are many and your conflicts often center around which talent to express. Are you the writer today or the artist? Are you the filmmaker or the psychic? The parent or the kid? Some consider you to be the dreamer of the zodiac; others label you the healer. In truth, you’re both. Pluto’s journey through Capricorn impacts your solar eleventh house, which governs friendships, group associations, and your wishes and dreams. This transit will help you to concentrate on one of your talents, develop and nurture it, and to build something with it. Your prodigious imagination will be more focused. You’ll be able to tune in to information you need, when you need it, and then transform the information into something concrete that others can understand. Anyone who knows you understands how rich your inner life is. With Pluto’s transit in Capricorn, you’ll now have a chance to share that inner wealth through a creative venue of some kind. It will be easier to manifest your deepest desires and to build on them. Your intuition undoubtedly plays an important part in your life already, but with this transit, it proves immensely valuable. You’ll be able to size up a situation or individual in seconds flat, and know whether to go forward. Group involvement of any kind will prove to be beneficial, and it doesn’t matter what sort of group it is. You’ll be reaching out more frequently to others through sites like Facebook and Twitter, MySpace and Plaxo, thus creating a network, a community, of people who share your passions.
Your areas of greatest interest this year are: the body and image; finance; children, fun, creativity (until July 16); work and health (from July 16 onwards); religion, philosophy, metaphysics, foreign travel; friends, groups and group activities.
Your paths of greatest fulfilment this year are fun, creativity (until July 16); work and health (from July 16 onwards); and religion, philosophy, metaphysics and foreign travel. Given that the year’s water action is in part about you reaching emotional equilibrium (so no gushing tears hopefully), you won’t be the uncertain one.