Libra 2019 Horoscope

Libra

2019 Horoscope Libra - Overview

Libra 2019 Horoscope Overview

Your vibe attracts your tribe, Libra! So what does your social network say about you?

With a total lunar eclipse in Leo (January 21), and two full moons in your sign (March 20 and April 19), the first half of 2019 offers plenty of opportunities for self-reflection. Take an honest look at the groups you associate with: Do you genuinely like them? Can you be yourself around them? If not, it’s time to cut ties—but more importantly, to start showing more of your true colors. After all, how else will kindred spirits know where to find you?

Fortunately, with Jupiter in Sagittarius for most of the year, you’ll be eager to share… and two Venus-Jupiter conjunctions (January 22 and November 24) ensure that you’ll find a willing audience. Just make sure you’re speaking your truth—not saying what you think they want to hear. With Jupiter also squaring Neptune in Pisces (January 13, June 16, and September 21), honesty can be a rare and precious commodity.

We know, Libra, “people pleasing” is a hard habit to break… and so is the tendency to second-guess yourself. But the fact is, the less you worry about people liking you, the greater your chances of finding the ones who’ll love you—just the way you are!

And in the meantime, you can take comfort in knowing your own worth. Throughout the year, the “tough love” duo of Saturn and Pluto in Capricorn continue to help you thicken your skin and find the strength to be your own authority figure. Three eclipses in Capricorn (solar on January 5 and December 25, lunar on July 16) provide much-needed emotional release, and help you lay the foundations for a more solid support system.

From late September through early November, planets moving through your sign will square Saturn and Pluto. Social conventions may stifle your self-expression—but they can also provide a safe container in which to process complex emotions. Just know when to let your guard down, Libra… with the North Node in Cancer all year, there’s greater strength in vulnerability.