Sensitive, Creative, and Easygoing
Now Until December 31, 2018
Assertive Mars can seem out of place in watery Pisces, a sign of diffusion. It may be more difficult to focus our initiative during this transit, especially if we aren’t feeling inspired. That’s Pisces’ influence, because this is a sign that needs to have a cause or greater purpose to be motivated to take action.
The complexity of this transit lies in the fact that while Mars is in Pisces, he’ll need to adjust his Martian ways to accommodate a style that Pisces is comfortable wearing. This is not an easy task when you realize that Pisces is all about faith, compassion, healing those who suffer, and unconditional love. So, how does Mars put up his dukes to fight when he’s wearing a pair of angel wings? In a word: gingerly.
When Mars is in Pisces
While Mars moves through soft and ethereal Pisces, it doesn’t necessarily mean our drive will disappear into thin air. After all, Mars is still Mars. Although we may have more of an urge to dream and use our imagination during this transit, Mars in Pisces can move mountains in a subtle way when we realize we’ve been given a cosmic green light to direct our energy toward inspired (Pisces) action (Mars).
Mars in Pisces works wonderfully to combine dynamism and compassion. Mars is able to push gently, express itself creatively, and fight for a higher purpose when it’s in this Water sign. There’s no better time to move forward with a creative pursuit or become the leader of the pack when it comes to a charitable cause. We can save the whales, feed the homeless, fight for the rights of the abused, and so much more during this incredible transit.
However, we need to watch where our passions take us while Mars moves through Pisces. This pairing can manifest as blindly lashing out or indiscriminate anger. There are many noble causes we can funnel our energy into, which is why we need to make sure we have a clear target in sight so we don’t simply flail about.
Universal Pisces often touches the artist within us. This is because Pisces knows that creative forms of expression can be so much richer than ordinary communication. So when Mars transits through this sign, we’re reminded that we all need channels to take us beyond the boundaries of our mundane perspectives.
If you were born with Mars in Pisces
Having your Mars in Pisces is like living on two sides of the same coin. This is the ultimate combination of sensitivity and potency. Think of a gentle giant. Think of the peaceful warrior. That’s what it’s like having your Mars in Pisces.
“Just go with the flow” are probably words you live by as someone with their Mars in Pisces. You’re not one to try and control every outcome, or obsesses about things that are out of your control. Instead, you like to sit back and let the events of your life unfold naturally. Just like a fish, you ride the waves as they come.
Having Mars in this area of your chart gives you an affinity for the arts or similar outlets that allow you to express your creative side — and it’s important that you do. If don’t have somewhere to release the inspired thoughts and passion bubbling up inside of you, it can lead to passive-aggressive behavior. So break out those paintbrushes, get out your guitar, or snap a few photos. You’ll be better off for it.
Your Mars in Pisces makes you the ultimate romantic! You love the rush of butterflies in your stomach after a great first date, or getting lost in fantasies of “happily ever after.” Relationships are about much more than just physical passion to you — you also need an emotional and spiritual connection that helps you fully merge with another person. Your acute sensitivity means that you’re able to easily pick up on what your partner wants and needs, in and out of the bedroom.
You’re a lover, not a fighter! Those born with their Mars in Pisces don’t often display outbursts of anger, preferring a more non-confrontational approach to life. You’re a pacifist who looks at the world through a compassionate lens, trying to understand why people behave the way the way they do rather than getting upset. This is one of the reasons you’re often rooting for the underdog.