Virgo November 2015 Horoscope
People might find difficult to keep up with your idea of perfection! I don’t know if there is any point in convincing a Virgo native that there is no such thing as perfection. But I must tell you what the Virgo November 2015 monthly horoscope indicates for you in terms of the risk associated with a too decisive action for reaching perfection.
Firstly, it’s your effort to order things, to assign tasks and to meet strict deadlines that others can’t keep up with. That will only create them frustration instead of motivation.
Secondly, you might lose the big picture of sight, that is more than every little task, but a well-being sensation that provides you with fulfilment rather than with anxiety.
Fears altered perception on earnings
The second half of November brings along conjunctions that the Black Moon forms with Venus and then Mars in Libra, affecting the money you earn.
As a matter of fact, it’s your fears of not being appreciated enough within a collaboration that will create around you the feeling of being poorly rewarded financially too.
In some cases, chances are for things to really be so, but I think is mainly a perception altered by your dependence of the approval of others. This is the issue you need to make clear for yourselves, first.
Shaky times to require flexibility
Especially in the last decade of the month, the tense astrological aspects on mutable signs that everyone will have to face will affect how you relate to the past, your career growth and relationships, all at the same time. As much freedom, new opportunities and mobility as you would want further in your career, there is something important that prevents you from getting ahead with your plans.
And it might be something linked to your past like scarce references, lack of professional training or professional certifications or even family-related responsibilities. It doesn’t mean you have to cancel your career goals for good, it just implies a rethink on all that.
Just admit things as they are and be flexible to keep up to date with the changing times we all are going to face in the next years.