On the 22nd of November the sun moved out of deep, emotional, murky Scorpio and moved into the sign of Sagittarius. Scorpio season can be intense, calling on us to get deep and intimate with our desires and to face whatever has been hiding under the rock so to speak. Not gonna lie, it can be emotionally exhausting! But then along comes Sagittarius, bringing some much needed light and levity to the darkest time of the year.

Sagittarius Traits

Moving from a water to a fire sign can feel like a burst of energy. Optimistic Sagittarius is all about freedom, expansion, adventure and fun exciting experiences. I know most of us are still trapped at home, and the words fun and exciting seem like a distant memory. Even though you may not be able to plan your next trip to Europe, you can still indulge your inner Sagittarius by seeking anything that is expansive, new or philosophical.

The key phrase for Sagittarius is "I see" or "I seek", asking us to always look at the bigger picture. As 2020 comes to a close, I think we could all use some Sagittarius optimism and big picture thinking, right?!

Sagittarius Birth Stones
Here are some of my favorite crystals to help bring out your
Sagittarius qualities.
 Peridot Sagittarius Birthstone

Peridot has powerful abilities to eliminate fear and negative thoughts, which supports Sagittarius natural tendency toward optimism and positivity.

Citrine Sagittarius Birthstone

Citrine has a cheerful and sunny vibration that is supportive for the joyful energy of Sagittarius. It promotes feelings of abundance. Creativity and growth, which brings out the best in expansive Sagittarius.
Clear Quartz Sagittarius Birthstone Necklace

Clear quartz has a powerful cleansing energy that helps Sagittarius see clearly where they are headed and what they want. The clarity of quartz helps Sagittarius avoid their tendency towards black and white thinking and reminds them that possibilities are endless.

Zodiac Birthstones
December 03, 2020 — Erin Heydenreich

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