Pisces, March, and What It Means For You

 Looking ahead, bound by the past, as we experience the ecstasy of the present. Luckily for her, she's a Pisces.

Looking ahead, bound by the past, as we experience the ecstasy of the present. Luckily for her, she's a Pisces.

As we’re now ensconced in Pisces, what does this mean for you? 

When we enter into March, it is said that we go in like a lion and out like a lamb. Pisces itself is the last sign in the zodiac. It signifies the end of winter, spring’s awakening, and is the most magical of all of the signs. The parable of Jesus is strongly invoked while we’re headed into March, with Jesus’ freedom-loving ways, his turning water into wine, his turning men into fishermen (in fact the symbol of Pisces), and his ultimate death and resurrection. Jesus’ freedom and magic are incredible, but his contrarian and subversive views ended him up on the cross. No matter. His resurrection allows for transfiguration in the end. Another God that is invoked is Dionysus, and like Jesus, he dies and rises, creates wine for us to drink, and fuels religious and theatrical ecstasies in the hurried anticipation of spring.

We must be careful, though, that we don’t anticipate spring’s arrival too soon, especially as we have a leap year that expands our sense of earthly time.

So again, what does this all mean for you? Wait a little longer, and spring is just around the corner, much closer than it was in the still much colder days of forward-thinking Aquarius. Anticipate too soon those beautiful days of spring and you just might find yourself in the throws of a beautiful ecstasy, however the cost may be your own sacrifice. Choose wisely because not all of us have the nine lives of a true-blooded Pisces.