November Metal Element Horoscope



For thousands of years, the I Ching has provided guidance for decisions about our health, relationships, financial matters, work, and play. Predictions from the I Ching follow the lunar year and are based on multiple, overlapping cycles that govern the heavens and earth. A variety of stems, branches, directions, and phases also have their say, each creating a trail of portents, probabilities, and possibilities… so let us begin.

In the Chinese horoscope, November is the tenth month of the lunar calendar in a soft, yin Water energy phase called Hài δΊ₯. Even though the phase appears cool and quiet from the outside, a lot is going on beneath the surface. Dormancy is much more than a period of suspended animation; it is a survival mechanism that helps prepare the natural world for the year ahead.

When Daylight Saving ends on November 7 the sun will rise and set an hour earlier, reinforcing our awareness that winter is just around the corner. As temperatures drop, days shorten and metabolism slows, energy is both literally and metaphorically returning to the earth. Just like a plant, we also need to slow down and conserve, so we have enough energy for starting anew in 2022.

November’s tranquil Water influence is constructive—like a seed gathering energy to germinate and burst forth in the spring. This is the perfect time to gather our creativity and begin making moves toward positive changes that will lead to success in the upcoming year. Be careful though, because soft yin Water energy can be so calming that we may forget that the time to take action is now.

We can imagine that you like to know what the I Ching reveals about your element this season so check it out—it’s all right here! In the interim, we hope that you and your loved ones will be able to gather together and celebrate Thanksgiving this year, we wish you and yours the very best in this, the beginning of the holiday season.

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As nature moves into a period of rest, we too must be cautious not to overexert. Summer, the time for “putting it all out there,” has passed, and now it is time to slow down, conserve, and nourish our body, mind, and spirit. When nature lets go of the past year’s leaves, it has something new in-store. Just as one cycle gives rise to the next, it is time for us to examine old habits and let go of ones that are no longer useful.

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Just as valuable metals like gold and silver give value to the earth, the Metal Element within us gives us a sense of self-worth. Each of us is a miracle of creation, but when we are out of balance, we feel strangely unfulfilled no matter how many achievements or glittering possessions we acquire. Regain balance by containing yourself, exerting your will quietly, behaving with economy, and avoiding extremes. Relax.


Relationship Health

Do a mental inventory. Examine long-held prejudices, envies, hatreds, jealousies, hurts, and resentment that are stored within your psyche. When possible, contact those with whom your harbor unhappy old issues and attempt to resolve them so you can let them go. For issues that can’t be resolved directly or for old issues that you are holding tightly within yourself, write them down and burn them up. 


Financial Health

The biggest challenge for Metal people is creating clear goals for achieving financial success. Metal people can handle strong pressure from an early age; you enjoy an abundance of education, challenges, and a variety of experiences. This kind of pressure helps you clarify your goals early in life, so that with focused and to-the-point effort you will be able to move forward into a financially comfortable middle and old age.


Career Health

Metal people are not fond of paying attention to details, so it is a good idea for you to team up with people who can handle details for you. You have an industrious personality, not in terms of how much you produce but in the amount of time you spend working. You can do any kind of job and are willing to work hard, especially when you are under pressure. Work is your priority, but taking time to play is important too. 




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