Horoscopes

How Neptune Retrograde 2022 Ending Will Affect Your Sign

You're cordially invited to daydream once again.

Neptune retrogrades are pretty common, taking place about five months every year. When they occur, the veil of idealism is temporarily lifted. As Neptune retrograde 2022 ends, wishful thinking without limits or bounds will become a theme once again.

Here’s how every zodiac sign can expect to be affected by its direct station:

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Aries (March 21—April 19)

Neptune retrograde ending will reenforce your dreams and ideals for your solitude. You’ve received some clarity here since June 28, but come Dec. 3, you’ll be encouraged to consider the endless possibilities that are presented when you prioritize your alone time.

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Taurus (April 20—May 20)

As Neptune stations direct, idealism and mystery will take effect when it comes to your friends and social groups. While this has been an area where you’ve received some clarity as of late, expect the lines to be blurred here once again.

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Gemini (May 21—June 20)

Neptune direct will bring a sense of idealism, hope, and illusiveness to your career and professional world. Now is the time to envision what’s possible, Gemini — even if you’re uncertain about the path forward.

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Cancer (June 21—July 22)

As Neptune stations direct, illusion and idealization will be restored when it comes to your spiritual pursuits. It’s a great time to exercise your faith, Cancer, even if you’re not quite sure what you believe in.

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Leo (July 23—Aug. 22)

In recent months, you’ve had some clarity regarding your shared resources and boundaries with others. As Neptune retrograde ends on Dec. 3, idealism and wishful thinking will be restored.

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Virgo (Aug. 23—Sept. 22)

As Neptune stations direct, idealization and illusion will become themes within your partnerships. You’ve been enjoying the recent clarity in your relationships, but wishful thinking is officially being restored when it comes to your love life. It’s time to release your grip on logic when it comes to matters of the heart, Virgo.

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Libra (Sept. 23—Oct. 22)

You’ve been seeking clarity when it comes to your daily routines lately, Libra. Welp, rather than help the situation, Neptune direct will bring uncertainties to the forefront. Now is the time to consider the possibilities your rituals can provide.

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Scorpio (Oct. 23—Nov. 21)

The end of Neptune retrograde will bring an air of idealism around what brings you joy. If you’ve been eager to embrace the unlimited possibilities within your projects and hobbies, now is the time to do so.

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Sagittarius (Nov. 22—Dec. 21)

Expect some uncertainty to arise regarding your family, Sagittarius, as Neptune retrograde ends. This transit is inviting you to envision what’s possible in your home life, so feel free to use your imagination.

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Capricorn (Dec. 22—Jan. 19)

When it comes to expressing your thoughts and ideas, there are endless possibilities, and Neptune direct is here to showcase them. Now is the perfect time to get creative with how you express yourself, Capricorn, even if it’s not in the practical way you’re used to.

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Aquarius (Jan. 20—Feb. 18)

Don’t be afraid to dream big, Aquarius. Neptune direct will shed a light on your ideals regarding your money, so it’s time to think about your finances in a way you never have before. Sometimes things may seem farfetched, but there are endless possibilities.

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Pisces (Feb. 19—March 20)

As Neptune stations direct in your first house of self, the dreams and ideals you have for your identity will be emphasized. While you may be feeling uncertain about how to execute your wishes, it’s the perfect time to play around with expressing different versions of yourself.

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