by Heather Roan Robbins
And now for something completely different!
– Monty Python
No matter what the weather, spring fever is in the air and can help pry us out of any lingering winter’s ruts. Notice the urge to break routine and search for a companion, a new system or new regime, spawned by last week’s new Moon in Aries, Sun, Venus and Uranus in Aries. Though this urgency to shift gears can feel at odds with another thread weaving through the astrological tapestry, a desire to feel more cozy and stable which calls to us from Mercury and this weekend’s Moon in earthy Taurus. We need to find a way to meet both needs and make it work, rather than toggle between the two.
If the answer we’ve been looking for is not a long our usual paths, now our hearts may wander and our feet want to wander. We may feel a soul-deep discontent or a longing to hop on a train and search for the unexpected as the Sun conjuncts change-master Uranus while the two planets that symbolize our emotions, Venus and Mars, form a positive trine, and all in motivational Fire signs.
Venus and Mars, the two planets that symbolize our social and emotional world, our love life or creative process what we are passionate about, are moving into a beautiful trine with one another in these active fire signs. We can grow more passionate by the day, passionate about politics, our love life, or our life purpose. Even though Venus in Aries and Mars in Sagittarius are unusually cheerful, outspoken, durable and impart a can-do quality, they add an extra emotional charge to all we do, not sensitive depth, but more fire, like torch and bonfire. They can light up our love life or set fire to field or town.
The sign and condition of Mars describe what really ticks us off and gives us energy this season. This month we hate to feel trapped, stuck, or lied to and have less patience with anything that feels confining or dysfunctional. We can get a histamine-like response and inflame easily. What can give us energy will be to get outside and communing with nature, to travel in mind or body, or have unstructured time and unplanned spontaneous moments. What can give us hope now is refreshing honesty and transparency.
Taurus is the most fertile sign. So this weekend, with Mercury and the Moon waxing in Taurus, is a wonderful time to plant seeds and start projects of all kinds to take that changing energy and rebuild the beds of your garden or move furniture in the house and give form to new beginnings.
It’s a good time to plant the seeds of good habits, speak to one another the way you would like to continue and grow. Share hearts and garden love.
Sunday and early Monday with the Moon in communicative Gemini, we need to talk it up and talk it out. Our concentration may be lost in a haze of spring pollen, but we can cross-pollinate ideas and come to some fresh understandings.
Midweek the Moon enters emotionally deeper Cancer and asks us to bring our attention back to our family and familiar beloveds, to our ongoing relationships that might get a little fried because we’ve been so busy and distracted elsewhere. Don’t take those familiar relationships for granted just when they could use a little extra loving care. The political conversation can retrench into security issues and guarded boundaries, but we can choose to nurture instead.
Friday, April 8: The energy can be steady and sensuous, curious and experimentally restless but also rich and tactile under a sensuous Taurus Moon and as the Sun approaches Uranus. When we stay on track we can accomplish a lot, but may find ourselves easily distracted or staring out the window looking for adventure. Notice a desire to hold on to something, to a person to money, to a point of view. Political hotspots of discontent will begin to ramp up with steady sense of purpose. In all disagreements, keep lines of communication open rather than create a standoff, because we can be both curious about new potential but also deeply stubborn. Tonight our senses want to be fed, celebrated, and comforted as the Taurus Moon trines Jupiter.
Moon enters Taurus 12:10 AM, Moon conjunct Mercury 7:41 AM, Moon sextiles Neptune 5:25 PM, Moon trine’s Jupiter 11:18 PM.
Saturday, April 9: Talk about any strange dreams experienced as the Moon trines Pluto early this morning. Roll with the changes on this odd and restless day as the Sun conjunct Uranus calls for radical change while the Taurus Moon (void of course after 3: 49 am) lets us wander and makes it hard to find the next gear to get it. This is a good day to follow through on plans already made and savor a moment in the sunshine.
The Moon trines Pluto 3:49 AM, Sun conjunct Uranus 3:26 PM, Moon enters Gemini 11:58 PM.
Sunday, April 10: A social and communicative morning makes this a good time to broach tricky subject and talk about it with a bit of distance as the Gemini Moon trines Venus. But the afternoon grows edgier, more argumentative; it’s easy to have minor accidents with sharp implements as Mercury challenges Mars, so garden and cook with attention. The mood softens by dinner time. Renew; enjoy company and let problems rest for the moment.
Moon sextile Venus 9:58 AM, Moon opposed Mars 2:05 PM, Mercury quincunx Mars 2:45 PM, Moon square Neptune 5:58 PM, Moon square Jupiter11:44 PM
Monday, April 11: We made decisions, or other people have, over the weekend, and now we need to make it so. Mercury conjuncts Saturn and asks us to follow through this morning. Late morning people want to talk about it. We may be easily distracted later on, but can get a little bit of work done on a lot of things. Confirm facts before spreading rumors, note a buzz of misinformation and look for the truth.
Moon opposed Saturn 2:36 AM, Moon sextile Uranus 9:58 AM, Moon sextile Sun 12:56 PM, then VOC.
Tuesday, April 12: Creative, imaginative, flirtatious, and passionate about our ideas, yet wanting a little bit of personal safety; we feel some contradictions today, both brave and daring as Venus trines Mars in fire signs as well as imaginative and intuitive as Mercury sextiles Neptune, but also rather shy and tenderhearted, and defensive therefore, as the Moon enters sensitive Cancer.
Moon enters Cancer 2:06 AM, Mercury sextile Neptune 3:39 AM, Venus trine Mars 1:16 PM, Moon square Venus 5:49 PM, Moon trine Neptune 9:27 PM, Moon sextile Mercury 11:35 PM.
Wednesday, April 13: We can use a certain ambient irritation to either motivate ourselves this morning or just to get difficult. It will feel good to move our muscles, to throw ourselves into a project and get tired as the Sun forms a difficult aspect to Mars, it’ll help keep our impulsiveness and headstrong side out of trouble. Be careful not to make too many decisions while feeling irritable, save them for tomorrow, and move in a good direction today.
Sun sesqui-quadrates Mars 1:13 AM, Moon sextile Jupiter 3:13 AM, Moon opposed Pluto 8:57 PM, Moon square Uranus 2:44 PM, Moon square Sun9:59 PM.
Thursday, April 14: The mood is more expansive as the Moon enters outgoing if it tad dramatic Leo while thoughtful Mercury trines expansive Jupiter. Our relationships can be a bit touchy, a little higher maintenance than usual. We can see more possibilities, move out of our defensive position and make better decisions. Optimism can be unrealistic though as Venus semi-sextiles Neptune; see possibilities but only bet on probabilities.
Moon enters Leo 7:52 AM, Mercury trine Jupiter 9:27 AM, Venus Semi-sextile Neptune 10:36 AM.
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by Heather Roan Robbins
Welcome to April Fools’ Day, the first day of the first month past the vernal equinox, New Year’s day to those of us foolish enough to follow an astrological calendar. April Fool’s pranks also gives us relatively harmless outlet for the brash energy of Sun, Mercury, and Uranus all now in feisty Aries.
A lighthearted outlet like an April fool’s joke can help says let off steam and decreases the pressure we may be feeling from the present line up of planets in Aries. International and local politics usually winds up every year when the Sun heads into Aries. It is our duty to revolt in Aries season, to rebel against the snow, our winter’s weight and the world injustices. And this year’s Aries revolution began with a bang as explosions rocked Belgium and Pakistan, and heated rhetoric ensued all around. The Aries spark demands “do something, anything, and do it now!” about any problem that agitates us, and many problems do. We have to add the compassion and wisdom to do the right thing.
So let’s take today and get a sense of humor back, though with loving kindness and a twinkle in one’s eye. It won’t make the big picture any less scary, or the problems our world is facing any less dire, but it can help restore resilience so we can stay involved and do the work.
We may need that resilience with a nervy Mercury/Mars aspects unsettling us as the weekend begins, we may feel hurried or chafe at a deadline, feel our attitude sharpen or get a little klutzy. This aspect can also spark off any waiting fuel, both practical and political; social justice issues will be front and center. Or it can just make us a little tired and irritated at the end of the week. Let’s see if we can smooth the waters and direct any irritable energy towards problems and not towards people.
As next week begins under a sensitive Pisces Moon, we may be unusually aware of our vulnerabilities and that does not make the Aries energy comfortable. Where we feel touchy and sensitive, we may create friction like sand on a Sunburn. If our beloveds hurt us, even accidentally, or if our political situation does not feel safe and we do feel heard under the sensitive Pisces Moon, things will get difficult towards the end of the week. Emotional Venus enters Aries on Tuesday, the Sun squares powerful Pluto under an Aries New Moon on Wednesday and Thursday, and this new fire can propel anything our hearts desire. If we have work to do, we can get it done. If we need to protest pain or wants to get revenge, this can be a truly difficult time.
Let’s maintain impulse control, keep our wisest self and most compassionate heart behind the wheel, and use this propulsion in positive ways. The Aries New Moon is, for astrologers a true yearly starting point, so let’s start something beautiful.
Friday, April 1: Unpredictable aspects overnight can leave us edgy or wary this morning. We’ll be a little sensitive as April Fools’ Day begins under a sensitive Pisces Moon, but we will be ready for a moment of camaraderie as the Moon sextiles Venus midmorning, and then our attention wanders the afternoon. We grow stronger, a bit more extroverted but also potentially anxious or impulsive tonight as the Moon enters sociable Aquarius while Mercury sesqui-quadrates Mars.
Moon square Uranus 1:19 AM, Moon square Mercury 3:12 AM, Moon sextile Venus 10:38 AM, Moon enters Aquarius 7:37 PM, Mercury sesqui-squares Mars 9:52 PM.
Saturday, April 2: We may be looking for trouble, or at least adventure, this morning. Keep an eye on mechanical issues, and if the coffee spills, slow down. Afternoon brings a collaborative, eccentric, positive, but independent vibe. Respect spontaneity and individuality. Enjoy the buzz in the park and at events; people want to get out of their corners and gather.
Moon sextile Mars 9:13 AM, Moon sextile Sun 7:57 PM.
Sunday, April 3: This is day to catch up with ourselves, catch up with friends, walk in the woods, or come to know what our community is doing as the Moon makes pleasant aspects and Mercury irritates Neptune. If there seems to be a misunderstanding, instead of jumping to conclusions, use it as a teaching moment, a chance to ask questions and listen to the feelings behind the situation. It’s not a particularly efficient day to get chores or structural issues done, but is a good day to explore options and come to know one another. The evening brings fuzzy thinking, sweet but potentially low energy, with a need to drift in dream as the Moon enters sensitive Pisces.
Moon sextile Saturn 12:28 AM, Moon sextile Uranus 6:55 AM, Mercury semi-square Neptune 12:31 PM, Moon sextile Mercury 5:15 PM, Moon enters Pisces 11:45 PM.
Monday, April 4: Go gently with one another; as the Moon squares Mars and conjunct Neptune we are both softer and more permeable, and therefore more reactive when we feel uncomfortable. Make it safe for one another to share those internal stories and fresh ideas. Share visions for the future, dream about possibilities, brainstorm what we want to launch on the coming new Moon for the year ahead.
Sun quincunx Jupiter 4:19 AM, Moon square Mars 1:01 PM, Moon conjunct Neptune 5:41 PM.
Tuesday, April 5: This morning we can feeling a little old and thoughtful as the Moon square Saturn, but move into a relatively constructive, competent day as long as we don’t hurt each other’s feelings. The moon stays in sensitive Pisces, but the Aries baton gets passed from Mercury to Venus today as Mercury leaves Aries and enters Taurus while Venus leaves Pisces and enters Aries. We may still get hot under the collar easily, but it will be more an emotional reaction and our thoughts, words, and nerves may become more considered but more determined.
Moon opposed Jupiter 12:33 AM, Moon square Saturn 2:42 AM, Moon sextile Pluto 4:32 AM, Sun trine Saturn 10:09 AM, Venus enters Aries at 10:50 AM, Mercury sesqui-quadrate Jupiter for 16 p.m. Mercury enters Taurus 5:09 PM.
Wednesday, April 6: Flowers burst forth, energy builds, and so does attitude as Moon enters Aries this morning and conjunct Venus. Take kids to the park and let them run off extra energy. Avoid giving direct orders wherever possible, we really don’t want to hear it. Launch projects tomorrow under the New Moon, today we need to assess, clear the decks, and clarify goals.
Moon enters Aries 12:45 AM, Moon conjunct Venus 2 AM, Mercury semi sextiles Venus5:13 AM, Mercury sesqui-quadrate Saturn 9:32 AM, Moon trine Mars 1:51 PM, Sun square Pluto 2:12 PM.
Thursday, April 7: We get a green light as the New Moon conjuncts Uranus this morning and launches us out of the gate. It can also launch all kinds of monsters out from the gate, so let’s keep our eyes open, but stay on target with our own work and focused on the long haul. Do take advantage of spontaneous moments and sudden opportunity. Don’t waste all the time in minor conflicts (though that can be easy to do), putting out fires, or doing ordinary chores. Instead, use this fiery energy to work for the long term goals; what we begin today will have legs. Plant ideas and actions, wait until this weekend’s Taurus Moon to plant in the garden.
Moon trine Saturn 2:32 AM, Moon square Pluto 4:25 AM, Sun conjunct Moon 5:23 AM, Moon conjunct Uranus 8:56 AM.
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by Heather Roan Robbins
Spring and the Aries Sun add rocket fuel to whatever we begin this week. We just need to steer carefully so we don’t careen into a wall.
Saturn retrogrades today and can slow down our efforts to organize people or ideas. Our work may not go as planned over the next few weeks, but the delays can prove fruitful in the long run. Saturn retrograde usually helps us find the missing pieces; if there is a delay, refine the work at hand, the final product will be better therefor. Because Saturn retrograde symbolizes a reorganization of security, structure, and authority, it suggests a reorganization of who’s in charge and how the work gets done. Look for a shakeup in people positions of authority, shifts in power, and changes in the polls. And watch the European police reorganize their security systems over the next four months.
Aries wakes up our inner willpower, helps us remember makes us happy to be alive, our personal motivation. We may see too many possibilities where it was hard to see any a few weeks ago.
This spring fire can help us realign with our bliss and our purpose if we listen to our inner calling. But it can also make us so reactive that we waste this energy just being oppositional, allergic, or easily distracted. This willful discontent can make us unsatisfied with what is not working in our life and give us the courage to fix it or try something new.
This weekend the winds bluster inside and out as the tempestuous Scorpio Moon pulls us inwards at the same time the Aries Sun pushes us outwards. Our emotional reactions can run through extremes, our opinions tug and clash. Old neuroses can erupt like a rash, especially if we get twitchy about a delay. Relationships can run the gamut of extremes this week as Venus squares Saturn, opposes Jupiter, and sextiles Pluto; we crave both independence and connection. But we don’t have to turn relationships into a soap opera or get caught in other people’s static. And if we’ve been waiting for artistic inspiration, now is the time to get ourselves out to the studio, practice our craft and catch the creative updrafts.
After a competent, relatively genial if uncomfortably honest midweek, the mood gets stormier toward the end of the week as thoughtful Mercury conjuncts impulsive Uranus and squares powerful Pluto. This is revolutionary energy, so where do we need to revolt? Watch the headlines, as it may be full of radical acts and inflammatory speech. We can choose a more constructive path ourselves.
Deadlines and decisions may loom, but let’s watch an impulse to jump to extremes. Speak up, but think through consequences before speaking. Use the sharp, incisive thinking available to assess and repair and pay attention when driving or around mechanical glitches. Get moving, but in a good direction.
Friday, March 25: Get diplomatic necessities done early, we won’t be feeling particularly sociable after the Moon enters Scorpio midday. Romance or interpersonal dealings grow musky and primal; expect intensely and honestly mixed messages. Steer the ship carefully through potentially unsettled love, confused feelings and self-indulgent displays of emotions. The evening has a thoughtful undertow; everyone may need time in their own corner.
Saturn retrograde 4 AM, Venus opposes Jupiter 5:57 AM, Venus squares Saturn 10:48 AM, Moon enters Scorpio 12:08 PM.
Saturday, March 26: Feel the urge to take action, scan for potential consequences, and kick into gear as the Sun trines Mars. Jump towards something wanted, not just away from something unwanted. The creative impulse flows and our hearts can crack open a bit farther as Venus sextiles Pluto. Longing softens if we focus on gratitude for what we do have. A long semi-solitary stroll could be great medicine. Afternoon can be magical, though it may not be practical. This evening our thinking and our interpersonal signals can be truly confusing; enjoy but proceed with caution as Mercury semi-sextiles Neptune.
Sun trine Mars 4:32 AM, Venus sextile Pluto 5:11 AM, Moon trine Neptune 9:24 AM, Moon sextile Jupiter 8:31 PM, Moon sextile Pluto 11:20 PM, Mercury semi-sextile Neptune 11:55 PM.
Sunday, March 27: Emotional rivers run deep and strong, feeling run deep but can be beautiful as the Scorpio Moon trines Venus in Pisces early this morning. Decisions are hard to come by as the Moon makes no major aspects afterwards. A recalcitrant streak kicks in midday, we won’t do what we don’t want to do, but can be productive on our own lines. Communication issues can make us crabby tonight, stay on course with what matters.
Moon trine Venus 1:25 AM.
Monday, March 28: Let’s get on with it. Momentum picks up as the Moon enters restless Sagittarius, we can accidentally step on one another’s toes or feel out of synch midday as the Moon conjuncts Mars, we have to say it as we see it. Cooperative action can flow this afternoon as the Moon trine’s the Sun, as long as we can find a shared goal. Energy drops rather suddenly tonight as the Moon squares Neptune; if misunderstandings increase, go to sleep.
Moon enters Sagittarius 12:46 AM, Venus quincunx Uranus 3:33 AM, Moon conjunct Mars2:11 PM, Moon trine Sun 6:11 PM, Moon square Neptune 9:49 PM.
Tuesday, March 29: Notice a surfeit of attitude, information, and demands, but don’t get spread too thin or waste energy in reaction even though a few people will make outrageous statements. Stay focused on longer term priorities, be prepared to make considered decisions and follow through as thoughtful Mercury trines Saturn and squares Pluto. Tonight, if world feels heavy, support one another.
Moon trine Mercury 6:55 AM, Moon square Jupiter 72 5 AM, Moon conjunct Saturn 9:15 AM, Mercury quincunx Jupiter 12:36 PM, Moon trine Uranus 4:01 PM, Moon square Venus 7:54 PM, Mercury trine Saturn 9:01 PM.
Wednesday, March 30: Seriousness this morning, problems or recent losses can lean in as Mercury squares Pluto and the Moon enters heavy, competent Capricorn. Resist manipulative communications, and don’t believe any discouraged interior monologue. We need something to work on this afternoon and can seriously attack a problem. Just don’t attack one another. Tonight the energy diffuses, we may question former certainty or need extra rest.
Mercury square Pluto 8:53 AM, Moon enters Capricorn 11:44 AM, Sun semi-sextile Neptune 4:07 PM.
Thursday, March 31: Work on it; use the morning’s discomfort to get at the problem and inspire solutions. We are done with what doesn’t work, and are ready to change minds, change scenery, as Mercury conjuncts electrical Uranus. This aspect helps us adapt and change gears, but lowers our impulse control and can bring shocking action and surprising commentary.
Moon sextile Neptune 7:59 AM, Moon square Sun 9:16 AM, Mercury conjunct Uranus2:49 PM, Moon square Jupiter 4:56 PM, Moon conjunct Pluto 8:36 PM.
(All times are MDT).
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by Heather Roan Robbins
Welcome to the astrological new year’s eve; energy builds as the spring equinox approaches. But today let us review where we stand, notice what we’ve learned and accomplished, and sketch out what we need to empower in the year ahead. Align so that spring’s rocket fuel sends us in a good direction.
The Moon starts the party when it enters enthusiastic fire-sign Leo early this Fridaymorning, even though the Pisces energy lingers with the Sun (for one more day) Venus, and Neptune in intuitive, foggy Pisces. Mars forms an irritating sesqui-quadrate with Uranus and sets off minor squabbles and shots across the bow. The weekend brings an enthusiastic restlessness and encourages us to plant seeds of fertile new beginnings. Though seeds of future discontent can also take root.
Energizing Sun enters brash fire-sign Aries at 10:30 PM MDT on Saturday and marks the first moment of spring. Thoughtful Mercury follows on Monday. They join Mars, already in enthusiastic, proactive fire-sign Sagittarius and light a blaze under us, under our hearts, and encourage us to step out of any lingering low-energy Piscean doldrums. They also lower impulse control and light a fire under every already-simmering pot on in the political landscape.
Aries imbues us with same bravery that a crocus has as it pushes past cold ground and reaches for the Sun, brave life starting over in the spring of this uncertain world. Aries loans us courage, directness, and the tendency to act without thinking through consequences. We have to add that ourselves.
This fire under our heart is both softened and made more dangerous (as in -not the least bit realistic) by a magical, romantic, idealistic Venus-Neptune conjunction in Pisces. Keep eyes open for new connections of all kinds, for romance, spiritual brethren, and creative collaborators, but stay in the present with one another.
This momentum runs smack into some tough, confrontational aspects right away. Already inflamed political differences can really square off as expansive, liberal Jupiter squares contractive, conservative Saturn. On Wednesday the direct Aries Sun opposes the Libra Full Moon in a lunar eclipse and spotlights any tension between our needs to express ourselves and the compromises necessary to create a healthy relationship.
This eclipse can help us shake off co-dependent patterns. With Venus and Neptune conjunct—we want to love, love our partner, best friends, and cohorts. But if we feel we have to choose between our needs, and those of our relationship—we’ll tend to choose our own. We need to know what we need and want so we can negotiate in a clean and clear way, explore a healthy way forward that benefits all. If we feel we have to capitulate to keep the peace, we’ll rebel asap. This goes for politics and family dynamics as well as our love life.
On the other hand—if we are so fiercely independent that we isolate ourselves, this too will be tapped and questioned. Our needs and wants, or theirs? That dichotomy is an illusion. What would that third perspective look like? This eclipse wants to know.
We process that unfolding story over the rest of the week as talkative Mercury trines Mars.
Friday, March 18: On this last day in the astrological year, with the Sun is the last degree of Pisces, Mercury in Pisces, and Venus approaching a conjunction with Neptune, the Leo Moon call us to engage but the lingering Pisces energy can leave us tired and easily overwhelmed even though we can feel a growing excitement. The morning calls us to review and remember. After an easily-angered, abrupt, impatience mid-afternoon as Mars challenges Uranus, the mood mellows into a sociable evening.
Moon enters Leo 1:54 AM, Moon trine Mars 9 to 45 AM, Mars sesqui-quadrate Uranus1:42 PM.
Saturday, March 19: On this octane-charged day let the changes begin, the Leo Moon, Uranus, and Saturn forms a grand trine in instigating fire signs during the day, and Sun enters Aries at 10:30 PM. The doorway open, so reach out and connect, present, investigate, and flirt. Life can feel both like a performance art—and vitally real. Morning is rich and interesting, afternoon has a lazy spell, the evening rocks. Feel magic in the air as Venus conjunct Neptune overnight, but stay aware of surroundings and potential consequences.
Moon trine Saturn 9:07 AM, Moon trine Uranus 2:42 PM, then VOC. sun enters Aries10:30 PM.
Sunday, March 20: Morning stays magical, though we may feel a bit fried or hung over no matter what we did last night as the Moon enters Virgo midday. Garden those new possibilities with practical action. Evening grows edgy as the Moon squares Mars, family members and political opponents grumble, but it may just be frayed nerves or feeling over-extended or underutilized. Rest and practice patience.
Moon enters Virgo 11:39 AM, Venus conjunct Neptune 11:44 AM, Moon square Mars 9:13 PM.
Monday, March 21: We see the problems in earlier enthusiasm on this fuzzy-thinking morning, but shouldn’t get discouraged, just refine our work instead. Share a sweet moment, offer encouraging words midday as the Moon conjunct Venus. Our repartee gets snappier in the worst and best of ways, conclusions may be jumped to or rash decisions made as Mercury enters Aries around dinnertime.
Moon oppose Neptune 7:59 AM, Moon conjunct Venus 10:13 AM, Mercury enters Aries6:19 PM, Moon squares Saturn 8:06 PM, Moon conjunct Jupiter 8:26 PM, Moon trine Pluto 9:54 PM than VOC.
Tuesday, March 22: We can spin our wheels, the mood is oddly wandering and peripatetic as the Moon makes no major aspects. A good day to discuss options and grow our understanding, a tough day to build momentum. Relationship issues itch and need gentle attention; jump to no conclusions.
Moon VOC all day until it enters Libra 11:23 PM
Wednesday, March 23: Speak with direct honesty and compassion on this potentially eventful day; the lunar eclipse at 6:00 AM highlights interpersonal tension and conflicting needs. Notice tension between the right to free speech verses diplomatic fairness, the loud and angry needs of individuals vs. the collective. The Libra full Moon reminds us that if we have no justice, we get no peace; if we know justice, we can know peace.
Jupiter squares Saturn 4:15 AM, Moon opposed mercury 5:11 AM, Moon opposed Sun-lunar eclipse 6:00 AM, Moon sextile Mars 10:32 AM, Sun conjunct Mercury 2:10 PM,
Thursday, March 24: Yesterday’s story develops. Stay honest and keep the heart open even under duress. Find facts this morning, stay solution-oriented as some people show their difficult edges midday. Be prepared to make decisions this afternoon, but make them for the long haul rather than a short urgency.
Moon sextile Saturn 8:33 AM, Moon square Pluto 10:25 AM, Moon opposed Uranus 2:54 pm, Mercury trine Mars 4:44 PM.
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