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Scorpio for July 


Scorpio (October 23-November 22)

Saturn is back in your sign for a brief visit. It spent two years with you from late 2012 to late 2014, putting you under some pressure to get real and grow up. This was essential. Scorpio is a water sign, but it's not the one that's known for its ability to flow easily. Therefore, these phases where you're confronted with necessity are vital to your growth and progress. Now, Saturn is calling on you to clean up some longstanding issues involving partnership, particularly if some kind of contract is involved. Look for the nexus where sex meets money—for example, household partnerships, relationships with ex-partners where finances are still involved, work relationships where there's an erotic component. You're likely to be confronted by some element of the relationship that seems stuck or intractable. What you're really meeting up with is the aspect of yourself that resists change and flow, and therefore, progress. This might have the potential for a head-on collision, when in fact what would benefit you the most to understand the nature of your own resistance. Is it necessary to push back so hard against potential movement? Is it necessary to hesitate as a way of life? You owe yourself better than struggling with the flow of creativity, pleasure and money through your life. You can now make some progress working this out.

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