March 27, 2024

Astrology for 3/28/2024

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By Published On: March 27, 2024Categories: Astrology Daily

Astrology for 3/28/2024

Some may be feeling Mercury stationing and going still in the sky. We are almost to a Mercury retrograde and it can feel as if there is a stalling sensation happening. Don’t let it get you down. It just requires us to pay a bit more attention to things.
Uranus and Venus will be in a sextile and that gives us a nudge to get going, get that plan in motion, and be encouraging of innovation. All of us might as well get on top of these new technological advances because they are going to become the way of life shortly.
These aspects make us attracted to the unusual and those things that want us to grow. Seems it is time to learn how to make a point in a new and unusual way.
This Pluto in Aquarius gives us a bit of a wider and detached perspective. That allows our feelings to have more space to explore previously untouched places in our psyche and mind. Our objectivity can help us come more into focus by allowing us to see things from another angle.
Jupiter and Mars will quintile and these two powerhouse planets won’t take no for an answer. While some things like Uranus and Venus want to nudge. Jupiter and Mars want to shove us off the cliff of our old reality.
Waiting in not in their nature. These two planets believe in making our own luck rather than waiting for some perfect timing.
It helps that Jupiter is finding more grounding in Taurus and it is at the end of its cycle there. So, it wants to make a point crystal clear. It adds more bite to the powers of Jupiter.
Then Mars (a fire planet) is in water (Pisces), and it wants to focus all that water into aqueducts so that this water can be productive and serve the greater good.

Today can feel as if new ideas are finally finding a fertile place to land. We want to know that we have the ability to make some moves that will pay off in the long run. At least we are now looking to the future and not so much into the past. What is clear is that we are not in familiar territory, and we are going to have to adapt to this new environment. To do that is going to require us to put on our innovation hats and to put away what worked for most of our ancestors. New Rules apply now and without learning to embrace that newness, life is going to feel pretty scary.

~Suzanne Wagner~

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