November 6th brings us a Full Moon at 14 degrees Taurus.
Full Moons are culminations, and this one will be marked by the Taurus themes of preservation, resources, self-sufficiency and possessions. What do you have that you want to hang onto? What's worth preserving? Where do you put up your fence, and who (if anyone) do you allow over the fence?
This will be the Moon where you see what a relationship/situation is really worth.
Venus (at 17 degrees Scorpio) will be close enough to the Sun that her energy will be felt. Venus rules Taurus, so the question becomes "How far will you go, or allow someone else to go, in order to possess?" Taurus preserves, but Scorpio demands a death. Because we're dealing with a culmination, there could be a metaphorical death of something you've been clinging to. Then again, what you've been nurturing (with Taurus patience and deliberation) may expand with a deep, dark surge that exceeds your expectations. The death of what you thought was necessary, and the re-birth into something more essential.
The Sun in Scorpio will also be trining Chiron Rx in Pisces and inconjuncting Uranus Rx in Aries. Watch for tension between impatient change (Uranus) and slow, steady, inevitable evolution (Scorpio). You won't be able to rush what happens (Scorpio is a Fixed sign, so it takes its sweet time). But still...an inconjunct calls for adjustment of both sides of the aspect. You can't ignore Uranus' agenda of overthrowing what's stagnant. The trine to Chiron (Wounded Healer) promises relief/reassurance if you're willing to be honest (Scorpio) about what you really need. And that may include letting something go.
You'll feel this Full Moon most strongly if you have anything from 13 to 17 degrees of the Fixed signs.
As an aside, a few people have commented on the repetition of certain degrees for lunations throughout this year. The next Full Moon (on December 6) will be at 14 degrees Gemini. The October 23rd New Moon eclipse was at 0 degrees Scorpio, and the November 22nd New Moon will be at 0 degrees Sag. Is it a pattern? Yes. Is it unusual? No. Every year, the lunations cycle through a range of degrees. Currently, we're dealing with 14 degrees for Full Moons and 0 degrees for New Moons. In 2013, the last, two Full Moons of the year were 25 degrees (in Taurus and Gemini respectively). Each degree gets its turn.
As I'm typing this, I think I'll put together a post that lists all the New/Full Moons and eclipses for 2015, with signs and degrees. Then everyone can have a look ahead at where, when and if they'll be impacted.