One of the most watched events in astrology is when a planet, especially a planet that appears to move more slowly, shifts into a new sign. Jupiter spends about a year in each sign. When a planet moves into a new sign you can look for some kind of shift, event, or change. Jupiter is the greatest of all benefics, expanding anything he touches generally bringing luck and good will. Jupiter embodies philosophy, religion, belief, spirituality, and higher learning so with Jupiter moving into his home sign of Sagittarius, look out for a big shift for the better. Astrology is only as good as what you do with it as suggested through the psychological underpinnings of the great body of work of Alan Leo. Incidentally he was friends with the composer Gustav Holst who wrote the famous piece The Planets one of the most famous movements being his Jupiter movement. Also Mozart wrote a Jupiter movement. Both pieces are upbeat, optimistic, and especially with the Holst, spiritual. Look below to see how you can think about benefitting from Jupiter this next year or so, but don’t think too much. Jupiter does not like to think; he believes.
Aries: Expect a shift for the better with higher learning, travel, and spirituality.
Taurus:Look for an expansive succession of deeply regenerative sexual experiences and also get lucky in the area of your financial contracts with others.
Gemini: Expand in your area of partnerships, relationships, and how you intersect with the public.
Cancer: Watch your health and daily working conditions improve this year.
Leo: You ride high on your creative, erotic, and romantic spirit.
Virgo: Things get better for you on the home front.
Libra: You’re able to expand in the area of communications and your relationship with your siblings gets a boost.
Scorpio: You get a boost in your finances this year.
Sagittarius: You yourself are on fire so strut your stuff.
Capricorn: You retreat to a monastic space this year and expand there.
Aquarius: You expand through your friends and social networks this year.
Pisces: Your career jumps this year.