Astrologer, Lilly Roddy

Monday, Februrary 23rd Daily #Astrology Forecast from Lilly Roddy Show

on February 23, 2015

Monday, February 23rd: The Moon transits persistent and determined Taurus for the entire day. She will become void-of-course at 8:57 PM. Plan your more important activities before that time.

The Moon sextiles the Sun, 1:53 AM: Whatever we are doing, we can enjoy it more when these two planets combine. You will feel the most comfortable with familiar people and things around you.

The Moon sextiles Neptune, 6:41 AM: Our imagination and creativity is very strong this morning. We feel more compassion and can emotionally connect to others. This is an ideal time to be with friends who have similar hearts.

The Sun squares Saturn, 7:56 AM: When these two planets combine, we evaluate how far we have come and how much further we have to go. This is an opportune time to have a very realistic perspective about what you are expecting to accomplish in the areas of your life connected to career, long-term security, relationships, and long-term success. Be careful that you don’t judge yourself too harshly and thereby only focus on what you have not yet accomplished. This is an excellent time to evaluate current goals and set new ones for the future. This aspect is in effect for a couple of days.

The Moon squares Mercury, 7:57 AM: Our critical thinking continues this morning. Take some time to get your act together this morning and don’t rush your agenda. Make a list so you don’t forget the things you want to do today.

The Moon trines Pluto, 8:01 PM: In the evening time, we feel much more confident with our self, and have been able to make some decisions about the direction in which we want to proceed. This is a favorable time for any type of future planning.

The Moon squares Jupiter, 8:57 PM: We are ready to break out of our overly serious mode for the evening. The energy of this transit can lead us to overeat and over drink this evening!

The Moon is now void-of-course in Taurus, at 8:57 PM, and will remain so until she enters Gemini, at 10:54 PM, on Tuesday night. This marks the start of a very long 26-hour Moon void-of-course.

All times are CST.

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