Reaching the latest phase of my Invisalign journey created a potent reminder of the irony of human tendency to attach even to what is most uncomfortable. No coincidence that it came in a week where the planets are aligning with a message to practice letting go of what no longer serves us.
A typical full moon in Gemini wants to solve problems, discern options, and move quickly. With this moon’s ruler, Mercury, in a square to Neptune, we are forced to move slowly through the fog until the haze clears.
Mars’ transit through Sagittarius sparks our inner desire to embark on adventure and explore new horizons. When it forms a square to Saturn early in its journey, it reminds us that sometimes we need the obstacles to help us clarify the path and take a new route.
Mars meets up with the Sun once every two years. It does so in its home sign of Scorpio only once every 32 years. Here’s how to work with this auspicious moment.
The new moon in Scorpio is here to help us liberate ourselves from whatever is disrupting our power. Hint: that force is closer than you might realize.
The new moon in Scorpio reminds us that true transformation and liberation only come when we can accept the necessary death of things and grieve our loss.
As Mars in Scorpio opposes Uranus in Taurus, it mirrors the volatility in our world, while also inviting us to harness the courage to forge a new path.