Thursday, April 7th: The Moon spends the entire day in self motivated Aries, but she does turn void-of-course, at 9:56 AM. She remains void-of-course for the rest of the day. This is another day when we have a long void-of-course Moon (over 15 hours) during our workday. This will happen again on Saturday. Get your more important activities taken care of in the morning.
The Moon trines Saturn, at 3:33 AM: If you are awake, this is an excellent time to work on any type of project, be it personal or business. You are well focused and seem to be able to get things done easily. This can also aid in restful sleep.
The Moon squares Pluto, at 5:25 AM: We are a bit edgy as we start our day. We may feel angry or unappreciated. Be careful of over-thinking things at this time and making them worse than they are. Give yourself plenty of time to get to where you are going today as you will just not be rushed!
The Moon conjuncts Sun, at 6:24 AM: This is the New Moon in Aries. It enhances our need to focus on our self and to generate better boundaries. We will be especially outspoken, only saying the truth. We seek to make a greater investment in our self.
The Moon conjuncts Uranus, at 9:56 AM: And, with the final lunar aspect of the day, we are in a period of reinvention, and want to find something that we can feel passionate about. We desire a lot of space and will not do well with over commitment or micromanagers. If you are at work, try to focus on the things that you really enjoy there, instead of the stuff you hate to do.
The Moon is now void-of-course, at 9:56 AM, and will remain so until early Friday morning, at 1:10 AM, (over 15 hours) when she enters Taurus. Make sure you keep this day very flexible.
This has been a day very reminiscent of the Uranus−Pluto square that started back in 2008, and continues to influence us, even now. This is the world in revolution. These energies are reactivated for all of April. Make sure you take some time to find a peaceful place for you to get centered during these edgy times.
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