This Month’s New Moon in Sagittarius Encourages Us To Take a Leap of Faith—Here’s What It Means for Your Sign

This Month’s New Moon in Sagittarius Encourages Us To Take a Leap of Faith—Here’s What It Means for Your Sign

You’ve made it through some of the toughest astrology (hashtag eclipse season!) of the year, and after a dramatic few weeks, November’s new moon in Sagittarius on November 23 at 2:57 p.m. PT / 5:57 p.m. ET is the blessing we’ve been waiting for.

New moons mark the beginning of the lunar cycle, making them a time to plant seeds, explore new ideas, and align our actions with our desires. As a fire sign, Sagittarius is in no short supply of hope, passion, and enthusiasm. This new moon marks the promising start of something that will put the wind back in our sails. It’s time to zoom out and take a look at the larger picture. You’ve got the confidence and courage to pursue your goals under these moonbeams, and it’s time to take a risk!

The new moon in Sagittarius also reminds us that playing it safe rarely leads to rewards. It’s time to explore uncharted territory and try new things. Where have you become too stuck or stagnant in your life? It’s time to set new ambitions for yourself and chase after them boldly. Like the Archer, aim sky high–Sagittarius reminds us that we are full of limitless potential!

Other key astrological transits during this time will make this exploration period easier. Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion, is in charge of this new moon, and it will be ending its retrograde and stationing direct on the same day. This signals a turning point in our faith and beliefs. Roadblocks dissipate and we’re able to gain insight on the best way to move forward. This turning point could represent a shift in our personal philosophy, reconnection with spiritual practices, or even an interest to pursue a new skill or subject of interest. One thing’s for sure: We’re eager to expand and soak up as much wisdom as possible.

On the day of the new moon, Jupiter will be mingling with Neptune, the planet of compassion, healing, romance, and creativity. Our capacity to dream big is unmatched. Not only can we dream it, but we will be able to feel into our desires and our future timeline–the ability to embody our manifestations before they actually transpire is key to the manifestation process.

Check up these predictions for your sun, moon, and rising signs for more insight on how this new moon will affect your zodiac sign and birth chart.

What the new moon in Sagittarius means for your zodiac sign


Exciting news and opportunities arrive as the new moon activates your ninth house of expansion, higher learning, and spiritual beliefs. It’s time to invest in yourself, so let your curiosity guide you. Is there a subject you’ve been interested in studying or a course you want to sign up for? This new moon is a green light. It’s also a reminder of your love of adventure—celebrate by trying something new!

Your new moon self-care practice: Explore something new: Go on a new hike, try learning a new language, or try a new dining spot. Your mind is craving expansion through experience, so feed it.


You’re ready to let go of old patterns and stories from your past as the new moon moves through your eighth house of your psyche, fears, and vulnerability.  Use your discernment to feel into which relationships are worth investing in and which people from your past you may be ready to release ties to. You’re connecting with a deeper side of yourself and turning a new leaf when it comes to building bonds and connections with meaningful and supportive people in your life. Your commitment to intimacy is your superpower right now.

Your new moon self-care practice: Burn away your past under this new moon by writing a list of your fears and past patterns that no longer serve you. Light the list on fire and watch the words disappear before your eyes to symbolically set yourself free.


Your closest relationships and connections receive an extra dose of hope as the new moon lands in your seventh house of partnership and contracts. Romantically speaking, this could signal the start of a new relationship with lasting potential. For coupled-up Geminis, you’re reaching a new level of compromise and willing to start fresh with your beloved. Love life aside, this energy is also fertile for forming new relationships with collaborators. Don’t be afraid to send that pitch email or apply for a job–the stars are supporting your endeavors!

Your new moon self-care practice: Reflect on yourself as a partner or collaborator. What skills and gifts are unique to you? Feel deeper into the magick only you possess.


It’s time to kick an old habit or pattern as the new moon activates your sixth house of health, routines, and daily tasks. This optimistic energy will inspire you to break away from old behaviors that are no longer serving you, especially when it comes to your well-being. This is also a great time to re-assess your work-life balance if it’s been feeling out of whack.

Your new moon self-care practice: It can sound counterintuitive, but if you feel like you’re overwhelmed with tasks, take the pressure off of yourself to be productive. You have a right to rest. This will help you refuel in the long run.


Romance and creativity are top of mind as the moon moves through your fifth house of pleasure, children, and hobbies. You may feel more eager to take risks and invest your time in activities that light you up. It doesn’t have to make practical sense–let your heart and joy guide you. Following your passions is key under these moonbeams and will lead to experiencing waves of luck.

Your new moon self-care practice: Plan an activity that would excite your inner child. This will help you remember pure feelings of joy and spark inspiration from within.


You’re in the nesting mood as the new moon moves through your fourth house of home, foundation, property, and family. This can mark a more private time for you—take extra time as needed for your rest. If you’ve been thinking about moving, renovating, or redoing your room, this moon will get your creative juices flowing. Now is a wonderful time to prioritize your comfort and to invest in making your space as nourishing as possible.

Your new moon self-care practice: Wash your bedding and change your sheets! Spritz lavender spray over your pillow! Tending to your number one comfort zone and revitalizing the energy will create a ripple effect in other areas of your life.


Promising news may soon arrive as the new moon activates your third house of communication, skills, and learning. You may also feel called to express and share some of your desires and hopes for the future with others. You’re feeling like the future is full of potential—and it is!

Your new moon self-care practice: Spend some time in meditation and then give automatic writing a try after your session. See what ideas, thoughts, and messages pour through your fingertips. You’ll be shocked by the kernels of wisdom that show up.


The new moon moves through your second house of income, resources, and sense of security. This confidence-boosting lunation will give you the green light to accept a new role or position at work or may signal a raise. This is a wonderful opportunity to realign your budget and create a long-term plan for the future. If you’re overdue for a massage, book one; a little self-care and indulgence are also on the menu.

Your new moon self-care practice: Spoil yourself! You don’t have to break the bank, but if you can swing it, purchasing something that you’ve been wanting is a wonderful way to gift yourself a physical reminder of all of your hard work.


New moon, new you, Sagittarius! This lunation activates your first house of self, identity, and personal goals and ambitions. The spotlight is on you and your charisma and charm are reaching new heights! The seeds you plant under this moon will manifest six months from now. So ask yourself: Where do you want to be and who do you want to be?

Your new moon self-care practice: Sit in front of a mirror and remind yourself how far you’ve come. Speaking out loud, go through a gratitude list and tell yourself everything you’re proud of. You worked so hard to get to this point and it didn’t happen overnight.


You’re turning inward as the new moon lights up your 12th house of escapism, solitude, healing, and closure. You may be beginning to do subconscious work through guided meditation or breath work, or developing a new aspect of your spiritual world. This is also a time where you’re reprioritizing rest and healing. You may be sorting through the past and working through a cycle of grief. Take your time. Healing isn’t linear and there is no particular timeline that you need to abide by.

Your new moon self-care practice: If you can take a personal day, throw one on the calendar. It’s time for you to clear your to-do list and focus on what your body is asking of you.


You’re feeling called to put yourself out there and connect with others as the new moon activates your 11th house of community, hopes and dreams, as well as networking. This is the best time to plant seeds for your future desires. People you meet now may be able to help you reach your goals for the future in some way. This could also mark the start of a new friendship forming in your life–someone who makes you feel seen and appreciated. Nurture your connections!

Your new moon self-care practice: Share your dreams and desires with a friend—and get detailed. Sharing your visions with a friend will allow them to build you up and feel into your future reality alongside you for an extra confidence boost.


The new moon in your tenth house of career, ambitions, legacy, and reputation invites you to ask yourself what you want to be remembered for. This could mark a major personal milestone in your life—a new career, fresh chapter in your family or love life, or just a period of celebration and well-deserved recognition. You’re more alluring than normal and others’ are taking notice. Don’t be afraid to soak up the spotlight–you’ve worked hard to get here!

Your full moon self-care practice: Show up as the future version of yourself. Where do you want to be six months from now? Embody that version of you now—dress up like that person, act like that person, and most importantly make decisions your future self would make.

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