Wednesday, August 24th, the Moon starts the day in slow but steady Taurus, goes void-of-course at 2:38 PM and then enters mentally active Gemini at 6:40 PM.
We are in an intense time energetically through this weekend. We have the opportunity to see ourselves clearly, take responsibility for our choices and put more compassion into our daily life.
Mars conjunct Saturn, 6:27 AM: These two planets have been interacting with each other strongly over the last 4 days. In the most positive of terms, we can use the pioneering and adventuresome nature of Mars along with the planning and risk management of Saturn to make decisions to initiate new projects, businesses or even focusing on improving our health. We could also fall to the negative side of this planetary interaction by over analyzing our plan so that we don’t know what to do at all. We may be too fearful to take any action to improve or empower ourselves. We could be letting our own fear fuel an inner rage. This is a time to make careful choices. Develop a plan of action and follow it. Trust yourself and your choices. This energy remains strong through Sunday. It is also being intensified by the upcoming Mars/Neptune square, the illusion of being the hero, on Friday.
Moon trines Venus, 7:06 AM: If you can drag yourself out of bed, it’s a great morning to smell the flowers. And even a better time to be enjoying breakfast with that special someone.
Moon trines Jupiter, 1:06 PM: A good afternoon for connecting with clients, taking some training classes or just having that extra cup of coffee.
Moon trine Mercury, 2:38 PM: We are able to organize and think well this afternoon. This is a good period to take your time and deal with detail.
The Moon is now void-of-course in Taurus until 6:40 PM when Luna enters Gemini. Keep the middle part of your afternoon agenda more flexible.
Moon squares Sun, 10:41PM: We are feeling a little tense this evening and maybe even a little stir crazy. Distraction always helps. A good evening for a late night snack and a detective movie.
All times are central.