An astrological analysis of the week to help you make the most of the moment.
The most healing thing we can do this week is to help someone tell their story, and really listen. We can do this with one another but it will really help on a community-wide level. For the last month a self-protective Sun in Cancer (underlined by some truly difficult aspects) turned up the volume on our cultural clannishness and defensiveness. That defensive-aggressive suspicious edge could stay strong at least until Mars leaves Scorpio on August 2, but we now have an opportunity to step out of defense and into leadership. This morning the Sun joins Mercury and Venus in lion-hearted Leo. Think of the lion in the Wizard of Oz, he was expressive, warm, shining and entertaining, wanting to be loved and always concerned that he was not. He saw himself in the reflections of others’ eyes. He came off as the bravest of the brave but became cowardly under… Read More
Let’s get it done this week. Let’s take action with competence and compassion to do what we can for the world’s ills, tend our chores, and do the work of this summer. We have unusual access to competence this week, and action will help us get out of the doldrums caused by the recent, highly stressful aspects. Emotions are still running at high tide as the weekend begins, but by the end of the week we may get a chance to back away from that rich emotional roller-coaster we’ve been on these last few weeks while Venus, the Sun, and Mercury all opposed powerful, difficult Pluto. This is the last week of Sun in emotional, self-protective Cancer; the Sun joins Venus and Mercury in extroverted Leo next Friday and calls us to have a summer romance, engage our creativity, or create operatic public demonstrations. Politics enters a new, more grandstanding… Read More
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Heather Roan Robbins believes how we respond to the moon's powerful influence is key to how we lead our life.
The Moon circles the Earth and zodiac in approximately 28 days and changing signs every 2½ days. The Moon sets the tone of the day. When we know today’s Moon sign, we know what to expect of the public mood and how to easily handle people. When we know the Moon we were born under, we have a new understanding of ourselves, what drives us, and what makes us feel at home.
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