Sunday, November 29th: The Moon begins the day in Cancer, but she does turn void-of-course in Cancer, at 6:46 AM. She remains void-of-course (12-hours) until she enters energetic Leo, at 6:47 PM, and is no longer void-of-course.
Today continues to be overshadowed by the strong influence of Neptune that has been with us throughout the Thanksgiving holidays. Many of us will want to avoid the crowds and the demands of day-to-day life.
The Moon sextiles Jupiter, 2:03 AM: If you are up late, this is an excellent energy to express creative energies, to write, or stay up late watching a foreign movie.
The Moon squares Venus, 6:46 AM: We may be up early this morning, and we certainly are giving priority to our own needs. This is a wonderful morning to remain in bed!
The Moon is now void-of-course in Cancer, at 6:46 AM. Plan your more important activities after the Moon enters Leo in the evening.
The Sun squares Neptune, 8:50 AM: When the energy of these two planets combines, we question the identity (the Sun) and illusions (Neptune) we have created. Typically, we are much more psychically sensitive and are in a time of retreat. Retreat can mean doing yoga or tai chi on your patio; or getting that frozen margarita machine ready! We can easily be feeding off of the fears propagated by our large social media network. Neptune’s energy wants us to search for who we are, and we are continually astounded to discover that we don’t know. And the search continues unabated.
The energy of this aspect feeds into the Saturn (reality) squaring (challenging) Neptune (the illusions of our reality) energy that has dominated the Thanksgiving week. Essentially, this is what is making our Thanksgiving holidays more laid-back with flat energy.
The Sun conjuncts Saturn, 6:16 PM: The energy connection between these two planets promotes our sense of fear of the unknown, and whether or not we can live up to expectations that we place on our self. Based on our fears, we can easily be too critical of our self, and of others for who they are. Through this planetary combination, each of us can find his/her own sense of integrity and stand above the crowd, or be swept into the mass hysteria.
In real life, this is a time where it is advisable to minimize your activities and stay close to your familiar environment. The energy of both of these aspects will continue to be strong for the next three or four days.
The Moon enters Leo, at 6:47 PM, and is no longer void-of-course. As the Moon enters Leo, we feel stronger and more confident about our self. We will still choose to be in a familiar and comfortable environment.
All times are CST.