An astrological analysis of the week to help you make the most of the moment.
What do we really want? What are we willing to work for, reach out of our comfort zone and seduce into being? Let’s talk about it as Venus and Mars in earthy, acquisitive Taurus trine Pluto while the Sun enters chatty Gemini. We probably don’t want the end of the world, which is good, because there’s no astrological sign the world will end this week on May 21 as some people have predicted. Recent astrological patterns can make big things feel bigger and more urgent, and smaller details seem more irrelevant; we can feel major changes rolling down the mighty rivers and into the morning news. Some people may exaggerate the circumstances to explain this underlying sense of urgency, but we already have plenty of emergencies to deal with and soul homework to get done right here and now, no extra trigger needed. The mood does lighten up and get… Read More
By the end of this week we can begin to slow down and enjoy the season, maybe catch a dose of spring fever. The mood will really shift as Mercury and Venus leave sparky, emergency-prone Aries and join Mars in earthy Taurus on Sunday night. All three run together as a pack this week, still close to Jupiter in late Aries. We can see them in the eastern sky just before sunrise; they are a glorious sight and well worth a bit of sleepiness to see their glorious line up and let their strength pour into our hearts. But before we can rest we have a sparky weekend to get through and a fertile but fervent Scorpio Full Moon earlier in the week to weather. Jupiter and Uranus will still be in Aries for a while, so it’s not as if life gets boring anytime soon; our world stays in… Read More
We need to stop reacting, which is the bane of the present Aries/Taurus mood, and make room for creating, which is its gift, but want to finish this week singing “We Did it Our Way”. All this year are seeing the end of old chapters and the beginning of new ones, a pattern that kicked in with an eclipse on Jan 4, increased as Jupiter and Uranus entered the fire-sign Aries this winter and catalyzed political, technological and tectonic shifts that changed our maps. But whether the new chapter will be any better than the last is a work in progress, it won’t be any better unless we make it so. Even though the Sun is now in earthy Taurus, these winds of change heated up another notch over the last few weeks as Mercury, Venus and Mars joined those two slower planets in raw and impatient Aries, the most… Read More