It is a wonderful time to join together and pursue a common goal as the Sun joins Venus in social, political, community-oriented Aquarius. And this weekend, a sensitive Pisces Moon-Neptune conjunction encourages us to live our ideals, or at least live in a friendly, hopeful place. Our sensibilities are heightened and we can feel vulnerable yet inspired, easily moved by our vision and sentiment. Or we can get lost in a fog of uncertainty if we choose escapism or blame instead, two other sides of the Pisces/Neptune coin.
This weekend, many of us will live out this community ideal in the women’s march for the vote proliferating around the country. A Sun-Venus conjunction in Aquarius is the perfect time feel the hopefulness and power of a communal group taking action together. Others may choose to live this out by watching football together with their chosen clan, get lost on Facebook, or take their dogs for a walk and feel the pack support.
It can really help to find our chosen group and be inspired together, because we may have otherwise grim news to work through during the rest of the week. With mental Mercury now in industrious Capricorn (and pulling away from last week’s conjunction with Saturn) we want to feel like we’re getting somewhere or else we can get depressed. While this motivation can help us churn through the work it can also leave us chewing on ourselves or each other if we don’t have a place to go with it.
On Sunday night the Moon enters impatient Aries and asks us to take that vision and turns it into action. We could spit fire early in the week. An eventful and intense Mercury-Pluto conjunction in Scorpio brings a wake-up on Wednesday (though we feel it all week long, some event may trigger our thoughts or demand a decision and asked us what we take seriously. Let’s make sure that we mean what we say, because our words will have consequence and decisions made now will be hard to change. This Mercury asked us not to get lost in our feelings but to get strategic about whatever might stir our ire.
The mood then transmutes into a more solid, stable, stubborn approach after Wednesdaywhen the Moon enters earthy Taurus. Put one foot in front of the other.
Friday, January 19: Early morning irritation can leave us sounding brusque but spur us to make important contacts and get a lot accomplished in a short period of time as the Aquarius Moon squares Mars. The mood shifts this afternoon and becomes softer, more idealistic, if more easily overwhelmed and full of daydreams as the Moon enters sensitive Pisces, Mercury sextiles idealistic Neptune and the Sun enters collective Aquarius. Busyness can us into our evening but our mind would prefer to relax and experience magic.
Moon the square Mars 4:51 AM, Moon enters Pisces 1:26 PM, Mercury sextile Neptune 6:07 PM, Sun enters Aquarius 8:08 PM, Moon sextile Saturn 8:26 PM.
Saturday, January 20: We may have firm ideas about what we need to do and where we need to go, but find ourselves drifting or distracted by side conversations as the Moon conjuncts Neptune in Pisces this afternoon. Because we feel unusually permeable, it is wonderful to be around people with a shared dream and be inspired by ideals. Or we may just need to float in our own world, away from others expectations. Late afternoon we may have to work around trust issues and physical discomforts as Venus semi-sextile Saturn. Don’t test relationships, nurture them instead. Rest up or rest in a dream tonight.
Moon conjuncts Neptune 1:44 PM, Moon sextiles Mercury 4:20 PM, Venus semi-sextile Saturn 4:44 PM.
Sunday, January 21: An optimistic mood can help us see beyond limitations of our ordinary thinking and have hope. Hope is the first step, by the afternoon we can feel the Moon trine Mars and shift into Aries, and hope will not be enough; we need an action plan. Watch for spikes of impatience, and make sure those spikes headed in the right direction, rather than taking them out on innocent bystanders. We may grow more opinionated as the evening wears on, but this can help us get back on track if we have been feeling pressured in a way that may have derailed us.
Moon sextile Pluto 3:22 AM, Moon trine Jupiter 4:24 AM, Moon trine Mars 6:12 PM, Moon enters Aries 11:26 PM.
Monday, January 22: Cranky moments can give us energy if we have a plan to follow, but make it hard to invent a collaborative plan otherwise, as the Aries Moon square Saturn. Don’t ask for favors until midday when the Moon sextiles Venus and the energetic flow improves. Mercury approaches Pluto and puts some big deals on the table; pay attention and do the homework rather than respond impulsively.
Moon sextile Sun 3:54 AM, Moon square Saturn 6:41 AM, Moon sextile Venus 10:27 AM.
Tuesday, January 23: People may make more of a kerfuffle that is useful as the Aries Moon squares Mercury and Pluto this morning. We want to be some part of something big and important, but can make mountains out of mole hills in the process. Sort the important from the illusion of urgency. Restlessness pushes us us to make a shift tonight as the Aries Moon conjunct Uranus. Ask how can we be more authentic while still being tactfully respectful of other people’s paths.
Moon square Mercury 8:28 AM, Moon square Pluto 11:47 AM, Sun semi-sextile Saturn 6:31 PM, Moon conjunct Uranus 9:15 PM.
Wednesday, January 24: We slow down and can consider the consequences of our actions more carefully as the Moon enters stable Taurus and trine Saturn. Decisions will be made and what we decide and say will have consequence, and will not be easy to change. Keep compassion in the heart, and the eyes on long range goals to help decide even the smallest decisions in the moment.
Moon enters Taurus 6:39 AM, Mercury conjuncts Pluto 1:49 PM, the Moon trine Saturn 1:54 PM, Moon square Sun 3:20 PM, Moon square Venus 7:35 PM.
Thursday, January 25: Be ready to get the word out, put the website up, or just have an important and liberating conversation as voluble as Mercury sextiles expansive Jupiter and the Moon opposes Jupiter. Craft with hands. Write. Just don’t expect people to move fast, and deal gently with an unspoken territoriality that can make us possessive of the last muffin, or some more substantial chunk of matter.
Mercury sextile Jupiter 4:27 AM, Moon sextile Neptune 4:49 AM, Moon trine Pluto 5:01 PM, Moon opposed Jupiter 6:40 PM, Moon trine Mercury 8:16 PM.
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by Heather Roan Robbins
Don’t say it, do it. Show love through practical action. With Mercury, the sun, Venus, Saturn, and Pluto all in durable Capricorn this weekend, we’ll want to see progress on our work and feel our work is appreciated. We will really appreciate it when people help us in a concrete, tangible way. Call up a politician you think is doing something right and let them know. Encourage a co-worker. And tonight, let’s down load about the week and process together, mark our little victories and think about the road ahead.
The weekend begins under a relatively upbeat and wildlife-oriented Sagittarius moon, a Moon which can help us lighten the conversation and explore possibilities in an otherwise serious time.
Over the weekend we can lust after well-organize plans and long for clear, delineated steps forward as Mercury conjuncts Saturn. With this conjunction, what we say will be taken seriously, and will have consequence. So, it’s a good time to finalize plans or have important conversations, just avoid saying anything unforgivable. The Moon joins the party in Capricorn on Sunday and as extra focus, there’s not much we can’t do once we get started. The trick will be to not feel overwhelmed by the amount of work to do, or give into midwinter blues, but instead break through the inertia and take steps toward something we want to accomplish.
And if we don’t have something solid to do, this conjunction demands a plan. It encourages our mind to have an outline, two put our goals in a linear beginning, middle, and format or make a nonlinear mind map. Make lists and check them off. In our work it furthers to have a plan, but stay flexible because so does everybody else. Be the one that has a solution to the conundrum rather than a complaint.
The weekend begins under a relatively upbeat and outdoors-ish Sagittarius moon, which can help us run errands transport tease one another about serious events and important problems, so we can lighten up the conversation and find solutions. It also can make us too restless to stay where we are. Venus and the Sun both square Uranus now through Monday and can bring up our anxiety wherever we feel stuck and infuses us with ingenuity where we feel inspired.
The shadow side of Capricorn can instigate a desire to be in control and have power over others.
But Martin Luther King’s birthday on Monday reminds us of his Capricorn ideal; his “I have a dream” speech exemplifies the best of Capricorn, the ability to dive down deep within for a vision, and walk that dream to mountaintops with competence and endurance. He also models the Capricorn gifts of honor and responsibility.
The waning Moon enters Capricorn on Sunday, becomes a New Moon on Tuesday and encourages us to starts a new cycle in our work or personal direction. The dark side of this line-up with five planets in Capricorn can be major control issues or power struggles, or aches in our bones and teeth. But if we choose instead to use it with personal responsibility and look for the answers in our own life and our own path, this new Moon can initiate the next step of our road of our journey.
It’s good for us to contemplate what mountains we want to climb in the year ahead, what are our long-term dreams, and the short-term efforts we can make to get there. It can be helpful to review what we’ve accomplished in the last year. Think back on our successes small and large. Then share these with another person and ask them about their personal accomplishments, just witness for each other. An encouraging sextile between Jupiter and Pluto supports this work and can boost our confidence, and encourages us to promote one another, and forge ahead on our work.
Wednesday and Thursday bring a more political, sociable mood as the Moon enters theoretical, collective Aquarius, but also irritable undercurrents as Mars forms an itchy quincunx with Uranus while Mercury forms an equally irritating semi-square with Mar. Let’s manage our moods so we don’t set off others around us and get our prickliness back in spades. Turn that existential itchiness into propulsion for the work.
Friday, January 12: We may feel a lightning after a heavy couple of days, but that doesn’t mean it’s a lazy day. There’s a lot of work to be done, and midday minor frustrations to work around, but we also need to take a walk, stretch our legs and chuckle with one another, and grow resilience in an otherwise busy time. It furthers to talk to a stranger or in some way reach out of our familiar comfort zone under the Sagittarius Moon.
Moon enter Sagittarius at 12:04 AM.
Saturday, January 13: It’s a great day to climb a mountain or learn how to snowshoe; achieve some short-term specific personal goal, preferably one that uses the muscles, as Mercury conjuncts Saturn. Review revised plans and organize, artistically experiment and make design decisions as Venus squares Uranus and Mercury conjuncts Saturn. Without a list to check off, we can get grim. Tonight, we need to talk and may say too much as Mercury semi-squares Jupiter. Watch those tweets.
Mercury conjuncts Saturn 12:03 AM, Moon squares Neptune 12:37 AM, Venus squares Uranus 12:08 PM, Mercury semi-squares Jupiter 8:55 PM.
Sunday, January 14: If something bothers us, let’s fix it as the Moon enters industrious Capricorn, conjuncts Saturn, and sends us to work, while the Sun squares irritating Uranus and nags us to make changes. It will be hard to control the circumstances (though we may be tempted to try); rather than get irritated, let an unexpected situation inspire action.
Moon trine Uranus 1:47 AM, Moon enters Capricorn 12:42 PM, Sun squares Uranus 1:44 PM, Moon conjuncts Saturn 6:49 PM, Sun sextiles Chiron 11:59 PM.
Monday, January 15: On this last day before the New Moon, prepare. Use a dreamy, imaginative, idealistic or easily-worried (depending which way our imagination goes) semi-square between Venus and Neptune to conjure up possibilities. Let’s not let anxieties run the show, nor think that we have a clear picture of how others feel; prepare for the worst and aim for the best. Plan the first steps towards the next level of the dream.
Moon conjunct’s Mercury 12:02 AM, Moon sex tiles Neptune 1:38 PM, Venus semi-squares Neptune 2:46 PM, Jupiter semi-sextiles Pluto 9:13 PM.
Tuesday, January 16: This morning can feel heavy, we can see a fatal flaw or fly in the ointment as the Moon conjuncts Pluto. There may be a lot of behind-the-scenes strategizing and organizing before the New Moon in Capricorn, close to Venus, tonight at 7:17 PM MST. Make a decision and take a step forward at that point. Look for important announcements in the next few days. Organize, decide, or put a team together.
Moon conjuncts Pluto 3:53 AM, Moon sextile Jupiter 3:57 AM, Moon sextiles Mars 1:27 PM, Moon square Uranus 2:44 PM, Moon conjunct the Sun 7:17 PM.
Wednesday, January 17: If we want to run for office, now is the time to declare on the waxing Aquarius Moon and as Venus enters Aquarius, sign of our collective community. Put a pawn forward in any ongoing strategy. Make those cold calls or reach out. People may be a little oblivious in our one-to-one relationships, because we are looking towards a farther horizon.
Moon enters Aquarius 1:31 AM, the Sun semi-squares Neptune 5:04 AM, Mars quincunx Uranus 2:37 PM, Venus enters Aquarius 6:43 PM.
Thursday, January 18: An irritable, accident-prone, yet still ambitious morning as Mercury semi-squares Mars can provoke an opportunity to heal a misconception as Mars trines Chiron. Don’t count on bureaucratic support, do offer and ask for simple mutual support.
Mercury semi-square Mars 1:54 AM, Mars trine Chiron 11:02 AM, Moon square Jupiter 5 PM.
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by Heather Roan Robbins
Let’s hope we’re rested from winter holidays because this could be an eventful week. It’s time to get down to work, because the next few weeks bring real opportunity to initiate a change. This week it will further for us to stay focused, on track, clear of our priorities and able to keep our moods stable.
Now that may not be easy because there’s a strong emotional torque pulling on us, but if we can harness that energy, we can go far. Let’s clarify our resolutions as well as our work plans and throw ourselves into a project that utilizes both our muscles and our focus. But if we can’t direct that torque, or we get swept the up in world events or local storms, that emotional force can really roll us through the snow.
Three sets of intense emotional patterns will drive this torque. The most urgent demand is felt from Jupiter and Mars conjunct in Scorpio, visible in the east in the early morning sky. Jupiter magnifies Mars, and Mars symbolizes our motivation, vitality, anger and reaction time. We’ve been feeling this aspect for the last few weeks, though it peaks this weekend. On the positive side it can be a heroic aspect which brings confidence energy, healthy competitive urges and a spirit of enterprise. It gives a muscularity and competition to our work. It can start a crusade.
This aspect also runs concurrently with a flareup of domestic violence and robust storms. As it intensifies our most primal emotions, it acts like a fuel base that just lies there when there’s no spark, but powers any combustion once we ignite, whether it’s positive motivation or something more explosive.
The second aspect enriching this week is a three-way conjunction between the Sun, Venus, and Pluto in Capricorn, an aspect that also has been affecting us as it grows in intensity over the last few weeks. It becomes exact on Tuesday. We can feel a swelling of emotions or awareness of loss and be able to pour this feeling into constructive and creative action. Or we can just get depressed if we don’t have a place to go with it. We may see an event that activates our introspection, but whether an event, memories, or existential musing, something brings our hearts to what really matters in the face of life, death and questions of empowerment.
With this muscularity and emotional prioritization comes a willingness to create change and implement those New Year’s resolutions as Mercury first trines change-making Uranus on Saturday, then enters industrious Capricorn and approaches a conjunction with Saturn towards the end of the week. This Mercury encourages us to make a plan and follow it through. Our sense of humor may get thin by the end of the week, but our concentration can increase.
Friday works under a busy Virgo Moon; we can analyze our situation and see what needs to be done. Competent if potentially accident-prone or explosive energy can propel us through the weekend and needs to be directed carefully. Bombogenesis could be more than a weather pattern. On Sunday and Monday, the Moon enters Libra and Venus approaches a sextile to Jupiter, which can soften our hearts and help us connect to our team and our beloveds.
On Tuesday the Sun, Venus, and Pluto conjunct in Capricorn under a Scorpio Moon and trigger our hearts to contemplate what really matters. Watch out for a pattern that makes us want to control events if we are worried about losing something important. Look for a potential personal political crunch as the Scorpio Moon conjunct Jupiter and Mars on Wednesday. The week ends with the need to follow through on the work we have already begun.
Friday, January 5: Logistical difficulties just need to be worked through, not hurried or pressured this morning. If repair doesn’t work the first time, don’t throw the toaster across the room. we can then really get down to our work, find the flaws in the problem but hopefully not in one another, and fix what needs to be fixed as the Virgo Moon trines Saturn. Our attention wanes as the day progresses and the Moon approaches an opposition to dreamy Neptune. Tonight, our health may need us to find a healthy way to put our concerns aside and renew the spirit.
Moon enters Virgo 1:11 AM, Mars semi-squares Saturn 2:19 AM, Moon trines Saturn 4:22 AM, Moon opposes Neptune 9:36 PM.
Saturday, January 6: Run with inspiration and make healthy changes this collaborative if competitive, muscular day. Back away from explosive situations; instead, use the restlessness to make progress on important projects. We can be impatient with beloveds that won’t make the changes we want, but let’s set an example rather than nag as Mercury sextiles Uranus and Mars conjunct’s Jupiter. Tonight, keep expectations low, be gentle around and irritable patch mid evening as the Moon squares Mercury, and give people the room to unwind.
Moon trine Venus 3:22 AM, Moon trine son 4:39 AM, Moon sextile Mars 7:22 AM, Moon sextile Jupiter 7:43 AM, Moon trine Pluto 9:40 AM, Mercury trine Uranus 4:38 PM, Mars conjunct Jupiter 5:38 PM, Moon square Mercury 7:50 PM, Moon opposed Chiron 7:57 PM, Mercury square Chiron 9:06 PM
Sunday, January 7: A day to restore balance, the mood is softer but still serious. Take a break from the practical and nurture the heart. Make it a real sabbath and put the work aside to nurture human connections and reach into spiritual source. Nest in the home and grow beauty in life as the Moon enters Libra and squares Saturn.
Moon enters Libra 5:14 AM, Moon square Saturn 9:08 AM.
Monday, January 8: Have meetings, make connections, work with design and human resources as Venus sextiles Jupiter. Although we may be in a more generous mood, and may need to be there for one another, work may be the best therapy for ongoing emotional issues. When we empower others, we also empower ourselves.
Sun sextiles Jupiter 5:06 AM, Venus sextiles Jupiter 9:12 AM, Mars sextiles Pluto 12:58 PM, Moon square Venus 3:14 PM, Moon square Sun 3:25 PM, Moon squares Pluto 4:16 PM.
Tuesday, January 9: Emotions run strong and deep, we may need to take a stand or hold our ground, or participate in radical acts of compassion as the Sun, Venus, and Pluto all conjunct in Capricorn. Uncontrolled, possessiveness jealousy resentment can erode, but we can turn the best of our feelings into concrete action as the Sun and Venus also sextile Mars.
Sun conjunct Venus 12:01 AM, Venus conjunct Pluto 2:03 AM, Sun conjunct Pluto 2:32 AM, Moon opposed Uranus 2:45 AM, Moon sextile Mercury 9:12 AM, Moon enters Scorpio 1:05 PM, Venus sextile Mars 2:07 PM, Moon sextile Saturn 5:46 PM, Sun sextile Mars 10:36 PM.
Wednesday, January 10: Direct energy wisely today as the Scorpio Moon approaches Jupiter and Mars (visible in the early morning hours) and illuminates our inner world. We can feel the caverns deep within us, but whether we tap into our difficult primal emotions hidden in the far corners of those caverns, the spaciousness of our soul, or the liberation of our creative capacities, will depend upon where we focus our attention. Tonight, Mercury enters Capricorn and wants us to develop plans.
Moon trine Neptune 12:39 PM, Mercury enters Capricorn 10:08 PM.
Thursday, January 11: Today is all about follow through. No one will thank us for getting in their way or trying to distract them into our plans instead of theirs. Stay out of one another’s way. Energy runs like a monorail; we know what we need to do, we know what we’re passionate about, now let’s do it.
Moon conjunct Jupiter 1:21 AM, Moon conjunct Mars 5:34 AM, Moon sextiles Sun 6:40 AM, Moon conjunct Venus 7:53 AM.
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by Heather Roan Robbins
In 2018 we need to garden our perception and intuition like they’re our last hope for food. The most prominent aspect the year ahead is a trine between expansive Jupiter and intuitive Neptune (exact 5/26, 8/19, felt through September). Neptune stimulates the realm where our imagination, delusion, our hopes and fears, insight and lies, spirituality and intuition magnify and mingle, but it does not help us differentiate between them. To safely develop our intuition, we need to learn the difference between our desires or anxieties, and our true perceptions. We’ll need all our senses to guide us this year so that we can vision a better future and make it so, instead of feeling swamped with Neptune’s shadow of lighting or the illusion of wishful thinking.
Listen to the deeper call underneath the proliferating illusions of hopes and fear, beneath a Neptunian longing to escape, to feel what is real, to feel our interconnection, and then act decisively and pragmatically to benefit all our relations.
Water is life. Neptune refers pragmatically to water, and water rights will stay problematic, a symbol for that pool of intuition in which swim. Tend to the waters; water rights, water quality, and we symbolically tend to the health of both the earth, and of our spirit.
We will need to fill the wells of our spirit this year, or we can crave escape from a grim ordinary reality as Saturn in Capricorn approaches Pluto (conjunct in 2019) and old patriarchal authority structures flex their muscles. Between now and 2024, Pluto traverses the path it took right before the American Revolution, the last time Pluto walked through Capricorn, and tightens the screws as it challenges us to find a revolutionary way to empower the people. We’ve done it before, we can do it again; hopefully this time with a gentler, less literal version, but knowing we can go there if we have to.
If our souls are well fed, and we feel that the connection to source, we can hang in there, hold the vision of a better world and do the work that needs to be done. Let’s use this Capricorn lineup to organize, strengthen, and structure our work.
Uranus enters earthy Taurus on May 15, it was last here from 1934 -1942 when it midwifed Social Security and the New Deal. Uranus will catalyze change to our approach to material resources over the next eight years, but may do so by creating a real challenge first. The trick will be not to waste energy in petty power dynamics with one another, but instead keep our eye on the prize and scale one mountain at a time. With Pluto and Saturn in Capricorn, keep working with those mountain goat metaphors. Keep matter sacred, tend to economics, banking, farmland, all earthly resources as if they are sacraments and see that they are used for the benefit of all sentient beings.
But back to this week, a Gemini Moon over the weekend brings great conversation and last-minute ideas, and good time to talk over the review of the year that was to review the last year. On New Year’s Eve the Gemini Moon keeps the bubbles bubbling and conversation unfolding until shortly after midnight when the Moon enters Cancer and we may suddenly want to go home to a nice warm bed.
On New Year’s Day a moody full Moon in Cancer calls us to our hearts and stomachs. Let’s feed one another and really think about what nourishes us, then resolve to nourish our soul, our earth, and our community in the year ahead that Moon opposes the Sun, Venus, and Saturn.
Uranus turns direct on Tuesday and after some unexpected mechanical difficulties on earth we begin to feel changes lurch forward that have been put on hold for a long time. But a growing conjunction between Jupiter and Mars, one that happens approximately every two years, peaks next week, and can bring out a feisty, competitive, possessive, argumentative streak this first week. Insecurities or jealousies can trigger people to act out. If an argument begins, or protest movement, there will be a lot of fuel around to push it, though we may not see the results for months to come. Let’s leap into the new year whole-heartedly and use this fuel to drive our dreams and not our troubles. Let’s be conscious about what we start.
Friday, December 29: Make peace where there were arguments last night. We feel a longing to get cozy and indulge ourselves under a cuddly, earthy Taurus Moon, but we may need to dig in our heels with creative stubbornness and work steadily on a personal project instead. Don’t hurry anyone, an even pace will go farther.
Moon opposed Jupiter 3:21 AM, Moon trine Pluto 7 AM.
Saturday, December 30: We have lots to say and share today as the Moon enters Gemini and forms a series of minor if irritating aspects. Curiosity can help us explore a different neighborhood or place of mind. Life can feel one step off with minor mishaps or timing problems, but if we can syncopate our rhythm, we can still make it work.
Moon enters Gemini 1:30 AM, Moon squares Neptune 8:35 PM.
Sunday, December 31: reviewing the year that was, the Gemini Moon can help us list everything we’ve experienced and need to release before the new year begins. Other things we need to say to one another to clear the air and complete cycles. And what’s our take-home message, what are we determined to do in 2018. Do that which will make tomorrow bright, rather than do that which would make you regret tonight.
Moon opposes Mercury 5:29 AM, Moon sextiles Uranus 4:38 PM.
Monday, January 1: Make this a gentle and nurturing time. The Moon enters Cancer early on, waxes full at 7:24 PM MST tonight, and, as the Moon opposes the Sun, Venus, and Saturn, can make it hard to stomach the new year. Notice tension between people’s opinions or between our personal desires and our political and professional drives. Get out of that dichotomy; explore what could be the third position that takes care of all sides of life, all people involved, and make resolutions to support that view.
Moon enters Cancer 1:01 AM, Moon opposes Saturn 3:25 AM, Moon opposes Venus 4:27 PM, Moon opposes Sun 7:24 PM, Moon trine Neptune 7:52 PM.
Tuesday, January 2: Morning is moody, potentially filled with difficult surprises as the Cancer Moon opposes Pluto and Uranus turns direct. Later our ability to daydream and imagine a strong today as the Sun trine’s Neptune, which can space us out of we try to be efficient, but really support us if we use the time to vision the year ahead.
Moon trine Mars 12:40 AM, Sun sextiles Neptune 2:37 AM, Moon trine Jupiter 4:07 AM, Moon opposed Pluto 6:42 AM, Uranus turns direct 7:10 AM, Moon squares Uranus 3:45 PM.
Wednesday, January 3: This can be a truly sociable day, just as we are supposed to be getting back to work. The Moon in Leo helps us bring out our extraversion and reconnect with the world after an internal holiday, while an idealistic Venus-Neptune sextile helps us brainstorm possibilities. Be ready to launch into the next chapter. Just be patient and watch for a collision of egos or ideas, lest we all speak it once.
Moon enters Leo at 12:22 AM, Venus sextiles Neptune 10:38 AM.
Thursday, January 4: A willful morning can make us irritated, or help us kick into gear, depending upon our attitude. People shoot sparks if they feel underappreciated or unseen as the Moon squares Mars and Jupiter, so take turns and offer respect. Communication improves this afternoon as the Moon trines Mercury and Uranus, we’re ready to discuss upcoming changes.
Moon squares Mars 2:33 AM, Moon squares Jupiter 4:33 AM, Moon trine Mercury 11:51 AM, Moon trine Uranus 4:09 PM.
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