Monday, October 10, 2016

Follow the Moon: Forecast for October 10, 2016 – October 23

Being in relationship means being willing to change. And it means knowing when to stand steady. We need skills, discernment, and resilience to know what is needed in relationship. The transits of the next two weeks will test relationship skills and will ask us to be willing to change. Since 2010, Uranus, the planet of awakening and change has been transiting through Aries, the sign that opposes Libra across the wheel of the year. Aries energy is about selfhood, individual action, taking risks. Mastering personal impact and choice is a partner for the Libran values of compromise, collaboration, and co-creation. Uranus in Aries will be activated by Venus, the Sun, and Mercury over the next two weeks. The Full Moon on October 16 will be particularly powerful as it conjoins Uranus. The ways we are working or longing for change will be illuminated during these transits. Choices and discernment about our relationships are a major part of the experience.

Pay attention on October 11 when Mercury in Libra conjoins Jupiter. Big messages about balance and relationship will come from this meeting that will prepare us for the rest of the dynamic transits of this lunar cycle. On the same day, Venus in Scorpio, planetary ruler of Libra, makes a paradoxical quincunx to Uranus. The Scorpio influence takes us past surface concerns, opening the door to deep motivations around power and healing. The pathway to right relationship and reclaimed balance involves looking at our shadows. Pluto, one of the rulers of Scorpio, is also a strong influence over the next two weeks as Mercury squares and Mars conjoins Pluto, the planet of secrets and truth. The pathway to balance involves letting toxic secrets out into the open. A reckoning is coming. Look for intense moments on October 13 when Mercury forms a square to Mars in Capricorn, on October 15 when Mercury squares Pluto in Capricorn, and on October 19 when Mars conjoins Pluto. The next day, the opposition of Mercury and Uranus spurs action through word and thought. We seek to solve imbalances.

As injustice and imbalance become more apparent through these transits, we have the opportunity to establish the practices that help us become more quiet, to listen to the real actions we should take, and to reconsider acting in haste. My astrology and Tarot teacher, Cynthea Jones, helped me understand that balance is the ability to make small adjustments. If we are in right relationship, we listen and respond, just enough, just as much as we are asked to, and then we wait for the next signal. I am still learning how to do this. May the rest of this Libra cycle help me to practice the grace of balance with more skill.

Forecast for October 10, 2016 – October 23.

Moon in Aquarius
Monday, October 10.
Patience is not an easy component of this day. The challenging transits between the Sun, Moon, and Mercury with Uranus this week contribute to a field of anxious desire to act, change, and dismantle. The Moon in Aquarius doesn’t help with a calm approach to our problems. There is a desire to keep pushing for a new way. There is nothing wrong with pushing for change, but as we seek to regain balance with all life, it is important to not push too hard, only making more problems to correct later. The productive aspects of the day, trines between the Moon, Mercury, and Jupiter, as well as a sextile between the Moon and Saturn provides encouragement to trust that we can be active and balanced at the same time.

Moon in Aquarius
Tuesday, October 11. Yesterday’s impatience may spill over today into erratic or exuberant activity. Mercury in Libra conjoins Jupiter. Jupiter only recently entered Libra where it will be for the next year. We are just beginning to pick up on the new signals emanating from the solar system’s guru—Jupiter. This planet boosts the Libra message. We are looking for balance and right relationship. Mercury’s role is to activate our minds and desires to communicate. There is a lot to share with each other. Perhaps it is good to be mindful that listening is as important as speaking when we truly want to communicate. Intuition and emotional awareness plays a big part in what we need to share. Venus in Scorpio (fixed water) makes a supportive trine with Chiron in Pisces (mutable water), opening the channels of the heart. Mars in Capricorn makes an encouraging sextile to Neptune in Pisce—the open heart channels encourage action. We want to lay foundations of support. The quincunx aspect between Venus and Uranus in Aries, today, pushes us out of comfort zones. We are ready to go deep in order to change. Start with your own shadows before you react to someone else’s.

Moon enters Pisces 7:43 am CDT
October 12—Gibbous Moon: Perfecting
. By now, we know that we are in the midst of change and see the reasons that change needs to happen. Living out of balance is destructive and impacts the innocent beings of the world. This injustice needs to be corrected. If you are sensing injustice, you are noticing the call to right relationship. This Libra lunar cycle reaches a critical stage where we can’t see the outcome yet, but know we need to keep working. What renews your dedication to the work? Consider the Pisces Moon as a teacher and ally helping you to tap into that inspiration.

Pisces feels the feels. Sometimes this is overwhelming, encouraging practices of self-compassion. Go with that sensation. It won’t necessarily be easy to know what we need at this moment. There is a puzzling quincunx aspect between Mercury in Libra and Neptune in Pisces confusing the channels of communication, even with ourselves. We may see the ways we sabotage intention or disassociate when confronted with pain. This is not a wrong or bad response to trauma. It makes sense that when life is so strongly out of balance, we call upon many strategies to cope. Perhaps the best we can do is breathe and send love to ourselves and to the hurting world. Don’t underestimate this practice of reconnection.

Moon in Pisces
Thursday, October 13. Allow yourself to ask for healing. You may just be asking yourself to go a little easier with the self-judgment, or you might need to seek healing help from another person. With the Moon in Pisces, we realize that the healing we do for ourselves can be the healing that we send out to others. Pisces erases the separation between self and other. We sense into the vast web that holds all of us. The Moon’s square to Saturn may trigger self-criticism. There may be information that is useful but try not to dwell upon your faults. We need to be grounded in balance as Mercury in Libra creates a confrontational square with Mars in Capricorn. Tempers can get activated. If we are judging ourselves too harshly, it might come out as judgment of others. Watch for projections of blame.

Moon enters Aries 10:08 am CDT
Friday, October 14.
Ever since Chiron entered Pisces (mutable water) on the day (April 20, 2010) that the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig began spewing oil into the Gulf of Mexico, we’ve become more sensitized to the issue of water protection. We’ve also become more aware of the choice between shortsighted fossil fuel dependence and a future of clean water for the seventh generation. We may notice more about this issue today as the Sun in justice-loving Libra makes a quincunx aspect to Chiron. This may be a good aspect to look at ways our actions don’t fully support our values. No one is perfect, but perhaps we learn of a change we can now make. The Full Moon tomorrow will take this realization and run with it. When the Moon moves into Aries today, passion and erratic action may be more noticeable too. Aries often acts first and thinks second. See if you can switch that around and support your action with mindful intention. The sextile between Mercury in Libra and Saturn in Sagittarius can help us do just that.

Moon in Aries
October 15—Full Moon: Illuminating. I don’t mean to strike up fear or drama. I don’t believe astrology forecasts need to keep telling us how powerful, how dire, and how important transits are. Kicking up adrenal levels isn’t really a good way to lead an intentional and magical life of transformation. So, when I say it feels like life is hanging in the balance, I simply want us (me) to be aware that this Libra lunar cycle is a brilliant opportunity to think about balance and what is at stake if we don’t act as if we revere balance in our lives. We need it. We need it now.

Urgency is a key signature of this Full Moon chart. Uranus, the planet of awakening to action, conjoins the Moon in Aries. Aries is the cardinal fire sign that sparks us to action. Sometimes these actions aren’t well thought out. Aries, as the first sign of spring, isn’t known for thinking things through before leaping into the fray. This is where the objectivity and balance provided by the opposing sign, Libra, comes in handy. Uranus in Aries has been stirring up revolt since 2010. Some of these reactions to injustice have been necessary and completely understandable. However, at this lunation, we might want to pause and reflect on the long-range plan. How do we keep living lives of balance and justice? What does it take to be in right relationship with all living beings?

If Uranus contributes the urgency, Pluto contributes the intensity to this Full Moon. Pluto is the planet of secrets and manipulation. But that is only one side to Pluto. This planet is also about transformation and rebirth. The process of healing comes from going through the shadows to understand ourselves better. Mars conjoins Pluto in Capricorn, and Mercury in Libra squares it. Mars and Pluto have a lot in common as co-rulers of the underworld sign of Scorpio. This is Pluto-squared intensity. Mercury, the small messenger god, is standing up to Pluto-squared and speaking truth to power with the force of justice behind it. Some righteous words are about to be spoken, and it probably won’t be by anyone who is in power or holds privilege.

Saturn is subtly but powerfully active through a square to the nodes of the Moon. Saturn represents among many things, a time of accountability. The bill is coming due. The nodes of the Moon show us past mistakes and present forms of healing. The south node in Pisces could reveal ways we deny our actions or responsibility. It could be about ways we pretend that everything is OK when it isn’t. The north node in Virgo could be about healing through service to an ideal. Being inspired isn’t enough, we must put action behind aspiration.

Moon enters Taurus 10:04 am CDT
Sunday, October 16.
Energy was stirred up yesterday at the Full Moon. Those big energies are not complete. Notice what you are thinking about balance and action. Questions to ask ourselves, do we value one over the other? Do we forget to ensure right relationships in all our actions? How might we slow down while at the same time remaining awake and working for justice and balance? When the Moon moves from Aries to Taurus today, we get the support of earth to remember our bodies and look at what it takes to make our desires sustainable.

Moon in Taurus
Monday, October 17.
Will this be a mellow Monday? It could be if we have moved on from the raucous emotion of the Full Moon on the 15th. The Moon in Taurus encourages going slower. This helps us tune into questions about sustainability and balance. The Moon trines Mars and Pluto in Capricorn. We tap into reserves that help us focus and plan for the future as we honor the lessons of the past.

Moon enters Gemini 9:30 am CDT
Tuesday, October 18.
Venus moves into Sagittarius (mutable fire) as the Moon moves into the opposing sign, Gemini (mutable air). The search is on for truth. We notice that others want to influence our opinions and we likewise may want to influence theirs. Words take on added importance. We’ve all got them. While Venus was in the shadows of Scorpio, Trump’s tape assaulting women was revealed. With Venus in Sagittarius, we’ll see people sharing their opinions and philosophies about rape culture and gender issues all around. In our personal lives, we may be drawn to partnerships that support our beliefs and feel less than excited by those relationships that don’t share our values.

Moon in Gemini
October 19—Disseminating Moon: Sharing. What does balance mean to you? Enough has happened in this lunar cycle to give a good idea of our answer to this question. What have we learned? What wisdom are we ready to share with others? I believe we are connected through a vast web. This web not only connects all people to each other but connects all people to all other beings. Balance is not simply about an individual’s experience of harmony, it is about the balancing forces of this web. For example, some people point out that global warming will not harm the Earth. The balancing forces of nature will ensure the Earth survives in some form. It is humans who may not last. If we want to stick around, it is helpful to understand our role in balance through this web of connection.

Mars in Capricorn conjoins Pluto today. At its best, Capricorn is the authority on survival, passing along the wisdom of our ancestors to ensure future success. We hear from the past today. There could be healing medicine in the history lesson, but there could also be a fight for who controls the messages of the past.  Mercury in Libra makes a quincunx aspect to Chiron in Pisces. It is important for us to listen to our hearts, to hear the voices of those who are suffering and who need to be welcomed back into relationship. Can you soften a stance so you hear more and speak less?

Moon enters Cancer 10:28 am CDT
Thursday October 20.
A major influence of this week has been the need to speak truth to power. Now, we are moved to act and innovate in response to those experiences. Mercury in Libra opposes Uranus in Aries early this morning. Under this influence we may feel like polarizing into an us vs. them mindset. This may be a test of the Libra intention this lunar cycle to find reciprocity and balance in our relationships, even the contentious ones. We may be feeling defensive as the Moon enters Cancer. If that is the case, spend some quality time at home nurturing yourself. Hopefully we reemerge ready to engage in the struggle to relate.

Moon in Cancer
Friday, October 21.
It may have felt to you like the world was moving too fast the past few days. The Moon in Cancer supports a brief retreat to recenter yourself. Check in with your feelings. What is coming up for you? This Moon digs deep as it opposes Pluto and Mars during the day, ending with a square to Uranus that isn’t exact until after midnight (CDT). You may be acutely aware that others need your help. Let’s practice balance in the ways we try to caretake others when we are feeling the stress.

Moon enters Leo 2:34 pm CDT
October 22—Last Quarter Moon: Evaluating. Sun enters Scorpio. What have been the challenges to your balance this month? Balance is not a steady state. We are always in flux when we sense into our relationships. Every moment requires a new response. We are helped by mindful attention when these shifts occur. But with the strong passions of the last few weeks, you may have been challenged to find those mindful moments. That’s OK, what worked and what didn’t when you attempted to find connection through relationship? We have another week in the lunar cycle to notice and learn from the Libra perspective. The Sun’s ingress into Scorpio today only deepens this perception.

The Scorpio season is a time to go under the surface and beyond the veils to touch upon deeper mysteries of life and death. As this lunar cycle wanes, we turn to self-reflection and seek the wisdom of our ancestors and beloved dead. When it feels like we’ve run out of answers, this wisdom helps us continue our work. The Moon in Leo provides contrast. Scorpio and Leo are quite different from each other. At its most intense, Scorpio is dark and introspective. At its most extreme, Leo is shiny and extroverted. Somewhere between these urges, conflict can arise. But only if we get locked into either/or thinking. It’s time to break out of the box.

Moon in Leo
Sunday, October 23.
The journey to balance and Justice is not clear cut. Sometimes we need to follow our instincts, at other times it is better to stop and consider the consequences, perhaps waiting before doing anything. Balance is a journey, not a destination. Today's confusing transit between Jupiter in Libra and Neptune in Pisces only muddies the waters even more. When in doubt, follow the Moon. In Leo, the Moon reminds us to be playful and generous. Hope that helps.

* Read about the beginning of the Libra lunar cycle here

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Monday, September 26, 2016

Follow the Moon: Forecast for September 26, 2016 – October 9

The liminal space between signs provides a rich atmosphere for new insight. This gateway is a borderland of paradox. On one hand, these signs are as different from each other as possible. On the other hand, each sign represents a natural next step in the journey through the year. Bold Aries opens to cautious Taurus. Determined Taurus opens to noncommittal Gemini and so on. Each contrast forces us to expand what we expect from ourselves and others. It is important to recognize that we are in such a liminal space right now with the Virgo lunation* giving way to Libra at the same moment that Jupiter moves out of Virgo and into Libra. Jupiter spends about one year in each sign. This transition is noteworthy, giving us insight about where we’ve been and where might we be going next.

Jupiter alone is not the most significant influence on external and internal realities. However, Jupiter adds a lot of weight when it interacts with other planets. While in Virgo, a mutable earth sign, Jupiter added weight to the ongoing square between Saturn in mutable fire Sagittarius and Neptune in mutable water Pisces. With Jupiter entering the cardinal air sign, Libra, this expansive planet adds considerable weight to the effects of Uranus in cardinal fire sign Aries and Pluto in cardinal earth sign Capricorn. Even though the square between Uranus and Pluto (sparking change and revolution from 2012 to 2015) is no longer exact, the square relationship between them is still very much influencing current events. Jupiter will add to that impact. While Jupiter was in mutable Virgo, we spent a bit more time processing information and sorting out what we believe. With Jupiter going into a cardinal sign, contemplation is over. With this cardinal sign emphasis, get ready for more action.

So what does the gateway between Virgo and Libra look like? The step between these signs is bigger than between most. Aries through Virgo—the first six signs of the zodiac—focuses on the development of self. The next six signs—Libra through Pisces—focuses on what the self will develop in the broader world. Virgo is a sign that prepares us for a bigger arena of influence. Through the diligent pursuit of meaningful work and pragmatic solutions, Virgo adds the final touches to self-awareness. The handoff to Libra is about taking this refinement to the next level. The wisdom of the year’s wheel says, in order for the self to make a bigger impact, we need to reach outside ourselves. Partnership is crucial. The give and take of relationship, so important to Libra, helps us to make a more positive impact.

You may feel the desire to expand at the lunar cycle beginning on September 30. This New Moon in Libra will offer opportunities to initiate projects that require collaboration and balance. We will be more acutely aware of disequilibrium, the situations missing qualities of justice, fairness, harmony, or reciprocity. Already, we see a tipping point being reached with social justice issues. Activists are calling for the next level of protest and reform. Cardinal signs don’t wait around for a better idea. Expect to see a multiplicity of actions and reactions.

The last few days of the Virgo lunar cycle (September 26 – 29) gives us a chance to pause in the space between receiving information and acting upon it. What has the Virgo cycle showed you about devotion and service? What information do you have now, that will help you expand into collaborative action that insists on fairness and reciprocity?

Forecast for September 26, 2016 – October 9.

Moon in Leo
September 26—Balsamic Moon: Surrendering
. OK. What have we learned? This Virgo lunar cycle is winding down with a bang. Today, the Sun conjoins Jupiter in the early degrees of Libra. Pluto, lord of the underworld, stations direct. And the Moon in Leo doesn’t encourage taking a back seat, either. Humility is one of Virgo’s gifts. Virgo teaches us about service, devotion, and hard work. As one of the harvest signs, Virgo takes great satisfaction in reaping humble rewards from such efforts. I may be painting Virgo as too saint-like. That would be a mistake. Virgo also gets very annoyed by fools and those who would waste their time or don’t do their fair share of the work. Contrast these Virgo qualities with the dramatic transits today. Are you calmly problem solving or extremely annoyed?

Jupiter and the Sun come together to initiate action to correct disharmony. Pluto stations seem to reverberate through the Earth. Something is going on under us. A change is coming our way. Pluto reminds us of death and the kind of transformation we have no control over. Pluto has been moving retrograde since April, that locomotive is headed our way. Do you feel it?

My Virgo lesson. I learned this cycle how important devotion was to sustaining my work. Perhaps you notice that too. As the Moon wanes to darkness again, perhaps it is time to honor what inspires us to keep trying.

Moon enters Virgo 4:43 pm CDT
Tuesday, September 27. Mars finally moves out of Sagittarius today. You might remember that Mars stationed retrograde in Sagittarius in April, moved back into Scorpio for two months and re-entered Sagittarius at the beginning of August. Even though Mars hasn’t been retrograde since June, we still haven’t yet gotten to full steam ahead with Mars. Until now. Now, with the cardinal force of earth behind it, Mars is ready to take some action, preferably action that strengthens foundations and insures longevity.

Moon in Virgo
Wednesday, September 28.
The Moon returns to Virgo at the end of this lunar cycle, which was seeded by Virgo at the New Moon. You may notice that you aren’t as excited about Virgo’s attention to detail and concern about order as perhaps you were at the beginning of this cycle. Jupiter has moved into Libra, along with the Sun, and Mars is in Capricorn, another cardinal sign. We may be less interested in taking in small details and more interested in forming opinions to base our next actions upon. Notice that tension today as the Moon forms a t-square aspect pattern with Neptune in Pisces and Saturn in Sagittarius. With mindfulness, we can remember that not every message is true or needs to be acted upon right away. The waning days of the Moon are more appropriate to practicing this type of awareness than rushing into action. With patience, we might be able to discern who to believe and who to tune out.

Moon in Virgo
Thursday, September 29.
The Moon makes only one aspect today when it conjoins Mercury in Virgo at the end of the workday (CDT). This Mercury is making up for lost ground in the recent retrograde period. It feels good to get things wrapped up. Since this is the last day of the lunar cycle, try to put off initiating any new projects until tomorrow or during the next two weeks of the waxing phase.

Moon enters Libra 2:52 am CDT
September 30—New Moon: Dreaming. The stars are lining up, finally, to support new endeavors. It feels like we’ve been in a long period of absorbing information and dealing with setbacks. Now, we get to move forward again. This Libra New Moon is marked by Jupiter in Libra near the Sun and Moon. Jupiter adds an extra boost of energy. With Mars in Capricorn in a square aspect to these Libra planets, impatience or frustration could be pushing us forward as well. The impetus comes from the conflict between the established order (Capricorn) and a desire for justice and freedom (Libra). We might be feeling annoyed by heavy-handed authoritarians. Libra insists on beauty and grace. The elegant solution is the best. When authority uses these Libra tactics, more can be accomplished.

Jupiter recently entered Libra for the next year. This lunar cycle will foreshadow what we might expect from this transit. The last time Jupiter was in a cardinal sign (Cancer) was in 2013 while the exact passes of the Uranus/Pluto square were occurring. Jupiter intensified this transit at that time. 2013 was a year of change and awakening. The Black Lives Matter movement began when Trayvon Martin was murdered by George Zimmerman. Edward Snowden leaked NSA secrets. The Supreme Court decided in favor of same-sex marriage. This year, Jupiter will stimulate the still potent square between Uranus and Pluto and we could expect more activism and change.

Each lunar cycle is a chance to practice mindful intention supported by the sign of the New Moon. If it is true that this year will bring much action and change, what request would you make from Libra’s graceful approach to justice and balance? What intention supports your desire for beauty, balance, and grace?

In the New Moon chart, Saturn in Sagittarius is still closely square to Neptune in Pisces. This aspect will begin to dissipate soon leaving behind tendrils of meaning. Saturn and Neptune vie for who gets to define the paradigm. Are dreams more powerful than realism? Do they have to be at odds with each other? How do we mindfully use our dreams to create new realities? This investigation is also important as we ready ourselves for a new cycle of growth and change.

Moon in Libra
Saturday, October 1. The trine between Venus in Scorpio and Neptune in Pisces adds a touch of idealism and fantasy to the grace of this day. The opposition between Mercury in Virgo and Chiron in Pisces stimulates effective action in response to pain. These planets conspire to expand awareness and open our hearts. The testy aspects between the Moon in Libra, Uranus in Aries, and Pluto in Capricorn ensures that we have to work to attain the peace and harmony we desire.

Moon enters Scorpio 2:43 pm CDT
Sunday, October 2.
Question everything even if you want to believe in everything. The Sun in Libra helps us rein in a tendency to escape into fantasy while it makes a quincunx aspect to Neptune in Pisces. The great thing about Libra is that even though it values beauty, it does not have to romanticize it. We get to feel that edge between the maudlin and the pristine aspects of beauty. Another quincunx between Mercury in Virgo and Uranus in Aries encourages thinking outside of all boxes. Quirky and possibly brilliant insights may come. The Moon entering Scorpio ensures we settle down when real emotion shows up.

Moon in Scorpio
Monday, October 3.
Intuition is strong with a trine between the Moon in Scorpio and Neptune in Pisces. Venus in Scorpio adds probing insight. We are sure of the signals. We know what the subtlest of expressions or phrases really means and we feel it deeply. This is the kind of day to expect to receive messages. Be courageous enough to listen.

Moon in Scorpio
October 4—Crescent Moon: Beginning. What might happen if you trusted your gut more? This lunar cycle has the potential to move us forward into new areas of commitment, choice, and action. We notice a longing for justice and balance. Another part of ourselves can be claimed, but first, we need to trust ourselves. The Moon in Scorpio challenges us to listen to our guts. This phase of the Moon challenges us to dare to make the changes our guts are telling us to make. The good news about this is that the Sun in Libra makes a favorable connection to Saturn in Sagittarius, giving us a solid basis for our beginnings. Commitment and focus are strong.

Moon enters Sagittarius 3:26 am CDT
Wednesday, October 5.
There is nothing shy or reticent about this day. The Moon in Sagittarius pushes us to new experiences. A sextile between Venus in Scorpio and Pluto in Capricorn gives support to authentic expressions of desire and instinct. But most of all, a square between Mars in Capricorn and Jupiter in Libra has us choosing sides and standing up for what we believe in. There may be little patience for explanation. There may be a lot of passion about fairness and foundational values.

Moon in Sagittarius
Thursday October 6.
In spite of a conjunction with serious Saturn in the early hours, the day is more jovial than saturnine. There are few impediments from the stars today. The Sagittarius Moon invites us to explore new territory, take an adventure, find a new truth.

Moon enters Capricorn 3:40 pm CDT
Friday, October 7.
Mercury leaves Virgo and the shadow of its recent retrograde today. Now in Libra, Mercury encourages diplomacy and tact. This skill may come in handy as the Sun in Libra makes a square to recently stationary Pluto in Capricorn. Pluto may show the shadow underneath our desires to be nice. Don’t deny your resentments; they’ll just come out sideways if you don’t address them. In world events, we might see underhanded actions exposed. Mercury encourages speaking up for justice.

Moon in Capricorn
October 8—First Quarter Moon: Manifesting. A lot of the challenges of this lunar cycle so far have been about the contrast between a Libra approach and a Capricorn approach. Mars, Pluto, and today’s Moon in Capricorn have created stress for the Sun, Jupiter, and Mercury in Libra. Both of these signs are cardinal leadership signs. They forge ahead, but in very different ways. Libra’s approach is through balance. Relationship is core to maintaining balance. Capricorn’s approach is through exercising judgment and authority. Both signs have their value and the real test of this phase of the Moon is to integrate both of these qualities to manifest our lunar intentions. Capricorn makes sure we know what we want, what we mean, what we intend. Consequences matter. This gravity helps the Libran desire to create harmony. Today’s Moon contacts Jupiter, Mars, Pluto and the Sun. We are asked to up our game.

Moon in Capricorn
Sunday, October 9.
Embrace your ambitions. Commit to your excellence. Claim your authority. The Moon in Capricorn makes a favorable aspect to Venus in Scorpio. Self-assurance is sexy even if it can also be intimidating. None of us is better by diminishing our power. Claim it.

* Read about the beginning of the Virgo lunar cycle here

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