What is the new moon in Scorpio 2021 meaning?

ASTROLOGISTS say that Scorpio season can be one of the most intense parts of the astrological year.

New moon in Scorpio, which occurs on November 4, is the catalyst for transformation, however.

What is the new moon in Scorpio 2021 meaning?

New moons symbolize beginnings and fresh starts.

Scorpios are known to be emotional, so this Scorpio new moon could bring about a host of confronting feelings.

"Deeply buried emotions can be triggered during this new moon, and the best way to deal with them is by allowing them to come out, as uncomfortable as it feels," senior astrologist Narayana Montúfar told Refinery29.

This luminary is also ruled by two intensely-charged planets, Mars ad Pluto.

"Together, they will work hard to help us release fears and insecurities — but we must dare to go deep and explore some of our shadow side in order to get there," she says.

The new moon in Scorpio will have you face to face with confronting questions and parts of yourself that you would typically shy away from.

"If we have been wanting to make significant changes in our lives but haven’t dared to take the leap, this lunation could pave the road for them to finally happen," Montúfar says.

The best way to tackle this change is to do an activity that helps you release feelings: journaling, exercise, creative writing or even a rage room.

What does the full moon mean for the Scorpio?

Full Moons are an emotionally charged time of the month, and therefore a good time to pause for self-reflection.

The next full Moon will occur on Friday, November 19, 2021, at 3.57 AM ET, and is known as the Beaver Moon.

According to horoscope queen Kerry King, Scorpios need to feel, and be, in control of their destiny, and currently theydo not.

"Someone has a hold or influence over your ambitions and progress that you feel uncomfortable with. It could also be related to travel, home changes, location moves. Think about where you wish to regain control over your future plans and actions. Start to have those conversations," she writes.

To take action, King says take control. Be the doer not the done to.

"If you put yourself first, and your goals, what would be different? Make that happen. Make changes to who has say over what gets done. You’re a natural leader, an alpha, and you need more sway in things. Go get it."

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