When is Pisces season 2023? Here's everything to expect from the dreamy water sign

'Pisces helps us to connect with our deepest emotions, with the vibration of a collective and human sensitivity'

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When is Pisces season? The water sign is getting ready to hog the celestial spotlight. 

Coinciding with the February new moon 2023, Pisces season will prepare us for a creative, dreamy time. We'll feel reflective, imaginative and passionate—particularly thanks to Mars and Venus' influence—so now's the time to prepare accordingly. 

"The Pisces season invites us to surrender to unity, to connect with the whole," says astrologer Dalila Salgueiro. "Pisces helps us to connect with our deepest emotions, with the vibration of a collective and human sensitivity, with empathy and supportive help."

Plus, it's also a time in which can do our literal and spiritual spring cleaning.

"Clearing out the old is exactly what will make you thrive during and after this season," Nebula's astrologer, Patrick Price, says. "To do this, you must declutter. And, yes, this means your physical space and things, but also the mental and emotional."

Curious what else this late-winter/early-spring astro season has in store for us? Allow the cosmic pros to give you a sneak peek.

Meet the expert: Dalila Salgueiro

Dalila is an astro-manifesting coach and the founder of @themanifestingappas well as Comms ÇaPR agency based in London and New York. 

When is Pisces season?

Pisces season will take place from February 18 to March 20, 2023, so mark in your planners (great astrology gifts for all those in tune with the stars, by the way).

What to expect from Pisces season

Although we're looking forward to enjoying this creative time, that doesn't mean we shouldn't take things seriously. In fact, we're encouraged to reflect now more than ever, so that will force us to embark on some pressing topics. 

"You must really take stock of what is in your life, and begin to understand what things are working for you and what needs to be discarded," says Price. "Avoiding this now will mean you are playing catch up on what comes next as the planets begin to renew their cycles and offer you a blank canvas."

Though this might sound heavy, this gives us a chance to gain a sense of clarity. More positives? We'll feel a heightened sense of intuition and and vigor for things we love during this time. 

True to its reputation, Pisces is a dreamy energy, but make sure not to take that notion too far. You'll have to remove the rose-colored glasses every once in awhile.

"Pisces energy will make us feel very idealistic about our projects and ambitions, therefore, we need to stay focused to our goals and don’t feel negative if our manifestations and goals don’t come through,' Dalila says. 

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Meet the expert: Patrick Price

Patrick is Nebula: Horoscope and Astrology App’s expert specializing in tarot, angel readings and Western astrology. Patrick is a queer man who comes from a gypsy family. Tarot is deeply rooted in his family’s culture. He’s been doing tarot for the past eight years and astrological readings for the last three years. Patrick specializes in coaching through starts and finding purpose in life. You can always connect with him in Nebula.

Who will be most affected by Pisces season?

You guessed it; Pisces, Cancer and Scorpio are the winners!

"The water signs will be more affected, as they will have a strong need for closing chapters, renewing their life purpose and cleaning their souls from those friendships and relationships that don’t serve them anymore," Price says.

What's next? 

So, you have a little insight into Pisces season now, but what does this mean once March 21 comes along and we move onto Aries season?

"Pisces season brings closing energy, it is an ideal stage to prepare the ground for the new solar cycle that is coming," Dalila says. "It’s also a fantastic time for planning or doing a group trip with your friends."

Danielle Valente
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Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids, where she got to experience the best of the city from the point of view of its littlest residents. Before that, she was a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, and amNewYork, to name a few. 

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