2 Personal Year
4 Personal Month
It’s all business for you in November. Yet it’s two different facets of business. You’re still in your year where the business of love and relationships takes the helm. And the month of November brings the number 4 vibration—bringing the business of hard work, security, and systems building into the first rung on the priority pole. It’s up to you to take care of the work that has to be done in November and there’s plenty of it. (Sorry about that). You’ll need to dip into your organizational skills and work at systematizing or managing either in your work life or your personal life—oh ok, both.
November brings the number 4 vibration—bringing the business of hard work, security, and systems building into the first rung on the priority pole.
This is a month where you can begin to feel as though you can take the driver’s seat in your own life again. There have been many obstacles this year that have forced you to slow down and take stock of where you find yourself in the food chain, so to speak. Sometimes we truly need to feel as though we’re sitting down on the floor before we can decide that there’s nowhere to go but up. November has the potential to be that turning point for you.
There may be some legal matters—agreements or contracts—to study or negotiate around November 4th. The energy of the number 4 brings in home-related and foundation-building activities of all kinds—including old family-of-origin issues—so this may be a theme for you in November. You may be involved in buying or selling some property—possibly even a home of your own—about November 18th. Your success resides in taking your time, painstakingly reviewing all documents, and actively engaging in the step-by-step processes that it takes to meet your goals and aspirations.
Success will come from your ability to be level headed and make decisions based on fact and your ultimate goals rather than petty grievances or taking a reactive rather than a proactive stance.
Approach your assignments in a practical, down-to-earth manner. Place emotional reaction to the sidelines and instead engage in logical and rational decision-making. Remember that “logical” and “rational” don’t exclude all the emotions that come into play right now. What it does mean is that your success will come from your ability to be level headed and make decisions based on fact and your ultimate goals rather than petty grievances or taking a reactive rather than a proactive stance.
Keep your eye on your budget, particularly around November 22nd. Remember to take a break periodically to relieve the pressures you may feel this month. You might be feeling an internal pressure or anxiety about all that needs to get accomplished right now. Slow and steady wins the race, yet that doesn’t really help when there are tight deadlines involved, right? Just breathe.
This is the month to truly keep a low profile and attend to the tasks at hand. Streamline and simplify. Organize and systematize. Patience continues to be your mantra. You’ll be offered opportunities in November to figure out where to begin—so start with the end in mind: What do you want? Where do you want all of this to lead? During this process, you’ll find yourself letting go of worn-out associations and counter-productive habits that are contributing to your feelings of restriction or limitation—which is what the energy of the number 4 brings into the mix in November.
Patience continues to be your mantra.
Attempt not to get involved in work that you find particularly boring or doesn’t seem to be leading you where you want to go. I realize that’s not always possible, especially when you work for someone else—or even when you work for yourself. Yet if you can focus on the activities you feel most passionate about, your results will be so much more in line with what you really, truly desire. This goes without saying and yet it needs to be said—if you’re finding that your job feels like drudgery, it’s the time to take a look at what you really would like to be doing and see how you might get there. Sometimes our work has “moments” where we dislike it and then those moments pass or come in cycles. Yet if you’re finding that you truly despise your job as you know it and just the thought of going into work makes you want to fall into a coma, then it might be time to start networking and look for something that’s more in alignment with your true skills, talents, and values. Or this can also be a time where you reinvent better ways to operate under your current conditions. Do you restructure? Phase something out? Integrate something new?
Time to make some choices and take action—even if it’s just a small baby step—toward the feelings you’d like to cultivate.