The planet Uranus will begin its seven-year transit of Taurus the Bull on Tuesday, March 5th, after spending seven years in the sign of Aries the Ram (read my write up about this here).
Notable shifts continue to develop in the cosmos. The Nodes are now on the Cancer/Capricorn axis, focusing our destined collective path toward more nurturing, and less obstructing. Jupiter has left the sign of Scorpio for Sagittarius, inspiring new motivations, and less burdening.
Venus stations direct in the signs of Libra and Scorpio this week, while Mercury stations retrograde in the truth-seeking sign of Sagittarius. Finally, Mars exits the sign of Aquarius where it has been for the last seven months, and will soon ingress Pisces.
“I believe, and therefore everything is possible.” ~Unknown
Mercury stationed direct this week, and Mars will soon follow suit. This is the start to a long journey home, an invitation to come to yourself.
“I am here to enjoy, discover, and develop my inner life, as well as my external one.” C. Nicholas
Eclipse season is over and it has been quite the whirlwind, as foretold. Important themes were emphasized with all three cosmic events: nurture your roots, surrender to your obstacles, and find another way to shine. I don’t doubt that we all will come out the other side of this period changed in some way. Going forward, we can collect ourselves. We can begin to apply lessons learned and insights revealed. We can start anew. Look to the month of September for significant gains.
The grand finale in a triage of eclipses happens this Saturday, August 11th, in the gregarious sign of Leo the Lion. This is it, folks. The showstopper! The main attraction! The suspenseful cliffhanger! This cosmic event finishes up what has been an eventful summer, and honey, you ain’t seen nothing yet!
I don’t mean to sound dramatic with the title of this blog, but “dramatic” is what this past week has been for many of my clients, friends, and me. Plus, I am a Leo, so, there's that.
A T-square in Astrology is an angle that involves multiple planets in the sky. It is formed when at least two planets oppose one another at 180-degrees, and then converge to form a 90-degree angle with a third planet (or set of planets). When all angles are connected, it looks like an equilateral triangle.