According to This Astrologer on TikTok, October Is About to Get You in Your Feels

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And just when we thought this year couldn't get any more chaotic, October entered the chat. It's no secret that 2021 has been filled with some pretty wild astronomical events, and with Mercury (yet again) in retrograde, this month is already starting off on an unsteady foot. According to TikTok user @hollow_hollis, October is about to be a MONTH.

The new moon on Oct. 6 is in Libra, which means you just might be tempted to reflect on past relationships, which could bring up some interesting feelings. The moon will also make you crave balance and harmony, so be sure not to let those old relationships take too much of a toll on your heart. The only good thing about this month is that Mercury comes out of retrograde on the 19th, and yes, it's the day we've all been waiting for. It goes into Libra, so your life will feel much more balanced than it did earlier this month, and you'll have opportunities to get clarity on things you've been questioning. The full moon on Oct. 20 just might make you cry, so we advise taking a day for yourself. On the 23rd, the sun enters into Scorpio, which will make you tap into your feelings and experience a wide range of emotions. This will be a time where you'll have a deeper awareness of the relationships in your life, and it just might make you question some of them. When Mars goes into Scorpio on the 30th, people might start acting more secretive, but don't let that get you down.

While this month might be challenging, take time to enjoy the little things and appreciate the strong relationships you have. You've made it this far through 2021, and things will get better come the new year! Looking for more? You can learn about the rest of 2021's solar events right here.

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