The Moon is still in Taurus as I post this, and made its New Moon conjunction to the Sun at 11:22 pm EDT last night. Here are horoscopes for your Sun sign (your "birth sign") and your rising sign to help you consider what you're growing from this moment.
Tomorrow night is the New Moon in Taurus. It's the first New Moon since the April 8 total eclipse, and its themes are a direct continuation of this spring's deepest messages -- but with a distinctly Taurean tone, of course.
Jupiter's conjunction to Uranus in Taurus is exact this Saturday, April 20! If you're still not sure what your "big, bold vision for your life" is, don't freak. You have time to recognize how this energy is showing up for you and to begin using it more consciously.
Have you done any kind of meditation, reflection, journaling, or other form of inner journeying today? I ask because the current astro-weather looks ideal for such activities, and as we move through the rest of the week there may be opportunities to put whatever you receive, discover, or connect with to excellent use.
A few people I know have been experiencing major tech glitches this week. Meanwhile, I and a few others have had some major "get shit done" energy. Don't freak: the current astrology speaks to both experiences.
The Aquarius New Moon is exact on Friday, Feb. 9, at 5:59 pm EST. The Sun and Moon are ringing the bell of April's Jupiter-Uranus conjunction in Taurus, suggesting this is a "seeding moment" for a big, bold vision for your life.
We're heading for a New Moon in Aquarius on Friday that may offer some midwinter stirrings, and that energy is in play already. It's a great week to shake up your routine and *intentionally* do things differently, especially if you're feeling at all restless.
Welcome to the first New Moon of the New Year! I've written horoscopes for the 12 signs (read for your rising sign, too!) to help you reflect and get the year off to a strong start.
My experience at an annual art festival in an abandoned space got me thinking about our current astrology. If Mars opposing Uranus is like a startling, incongruous piece of performance art suddenly in view after turning a corner in the darkness, the Scorpio New Moon becomes the opportunity to pause, breathe it in, and allow it to open up your sense of who you can be in relation to it.
The recent Libra equinox and this week's Aries Full Moon both have something to say about how we approach the October eclipses -- which will be here soon. Events and insights now could have bigger effects than anticipated.