The celestial forecast for the beginning of the week is one of low motivation and roadblocks.
We had a refreshing blast of energy over the weekend with the simultaneous Venus/Mars ingress into Cardinal Aries. But alas, today, stodgy Saturn will hit the brakes, as he and the Pisces Sun square at 4º.
Those of us with planets or points at the first degrees of Virgo and Gemini—actually all the Mutable signs, pay attention. The Sun is shining a potentially harsh light on an ongoing Saturnine transit—rarely are these without vulnerability.
More broadly, our initial reactions this Monday may skew to the negative and fighting the urge to be our own worst critic will be at the fore. Many will unfortunately capitulate to the more depressive pullings of an event such as this.
Though naturally we can choose to see the benefit of a day like today.
Requiring our watery Piscean fantasies submit to a trail by Sagittarian Fire could prove the appropriate final vetting to get our dreams off the ground once and for all.
Continuing my series of posts about outer planets crossing my Imum Coeli (here’s the first and second installments).
Uranus crossed my IC and transited my 4th House from roughly 1992 to 1999. I was 15 to 23 years of age.
This was a time filled with teenage angst and a burning itch to get out in the world and conquer. I was miserable in my one horse town and felt my life was in a vice getting tighter. The first chance I got from high school, I hit the road. Continue reading
I have had terrible toothaches this spring and summer.
So, I wanted to see if I could pinpoint, astrologically, what has laid the groundwork for what’s happening.
In the spring of 1988, I was 11 years old. It was coming to the end of my sixth grade and for the first time we, the other girls in my classes and I, were able to try out for cheerleading. The next year, we were going to middle school, no longer babies—on the precipice of being teenagers.
Life felt vital and terrifying. This was a big deal.