Saturday, January 23rd: The Moon begins the day in Cancer, but quickly turns void-of-course, at 12:21 AM. The Moon is void-of-course in Cancer, until 1:21 PM, when she enters fiery Leo and is no longer void-of-course. You may want to plan your more important activities after lunch.
The Moon sextiles Jupiter, at 12:21 AM: If you are awake, this is a desirable time to read, blog, or watch old reruns.
The Moon is now void-of-course in Cancer, at 12:21 AM. This void-of-course Moon will persist (13 hours) until after lunch. Focus on your own agenda, and after lunch you can worry about others.
The Moon enters Leo, at 1:21 PM: We feel more energetic and ready to engage with people in our environment. This is a much better time to interact with clients, customers, and friends.
Venus enters Capricorn, at 2:32 PM: Venus, planet of love and money, enters Capricorn, the sign that favors usefulness and practical application. Venus in Capricorn can be an excellent time to review your financial picture; research possible investments for the future; and set new goals for all your relationships, both romantic and non-romantic. Venus will be in Capricorn for approximately the next 24 days.
The Moon opposes Sun, at 7:46 PM: This is the Full Moon in Leo-Aquarius. Whenever these two planetary energies combine, it’s not always the easiest time for us. Both planets have a lot to do with our security needs, one internal and the other external. And when they connect, they make us think about the actions that we need to take to make certain that our future is as safe as it possibly can be. On one side, this can be a great time for analysis and evaluation of long-term career and domestic situations. But it can also be a time where we harshly judge or over-think things. If you want to feel satisfaction with this aspect, take a box out of your attic, go through it, and downsize. You will feel like you have made a lot of progress!
All times are CST.