Nov - 21st Dec
No longer a Full Moon but still in a social and serendipitous part of your chart, the Moon is able to tease out the advantages, while any disadvantages are already behind you. A Full Moon in the Moon's first few minutes in a social and serendipitous part of your chart means you have time to work with these social and serendipitous lunar vibes and the laws of synchronicity this brings into play. Falling so early there will be a second Full Moon next month, with the real meaning behind some coincidences only revealed in time.
With Mars leaving your work sector at the end of next week, but the Sun still four weeks away, there is a chance to look to the short and the long term. In the short term, there is a need to assume that the coming week is set to be busy, either at work or with life's other demands. Yet with the Sun still four weeks away and Uranus in the early weeks of a seven year visit, even Rome wasn't built in a day. There is a need to put some thought into what is urgent and what can wait.
Spare a thought for many of your cosmic mates, many of them about to be blindsided by today's Full Moon, that literally comes from out of nowhere. While any Full Moon is an opposition between the Sun and Moon and can therefore create pressure, for you this is one of the better and more exciting of any year. Within hours of the Sun's return to a playful part of your chart, the Moon not only returns to a social and serendipitous part, but as a Full Moon. A Full Moon can create pressure and there could be the pressure of having to be in too many places at the same time, but this is more likely to generate excitement on both fronts.