See? There's no Void here! Courtesy of NASA
I thought it was important to get this out a little early, especially for the use of our friends in Europe (extra points if you get the reference inherent in the title :) ).
1 AM PDT of the 11th the Moon trines Ceres, both at 29 degrees, making it very easy to go over the edge in reaction to (or in acting out our own) authority; or we may overstep personal bounds with someone we feel responsible for. It’s stressful and easy to over-do, even when we’re only trying to work out where we stop and others begin. An approach that de-emphasizes emotion is best.
This is certainly extraordinary: as Ceres will be at 29 Pisces 59, and a Void begins in the moment the other body pulls out of aspect, there really is no Void, with the Moon moving directly from contact with Ceres into her new home in Sagittarius. What it may do is make for a huge amount of stress; Voids to some extent allow us to de-focus, to drift a bit, even if we aren’t aware of it. They’re like sleep in a way, a chance to re-new the psyche, to sense without goals, to let go, just a little, without risk. So, we may find ourselves carrying over stresses; the sense may be that they are accumulating, and that could make us feel beleagured and a little panicked, as the feeling of being overwhelmed (or very near it) is likely.
The main thing to do in handling this sense of stress is to both realize that it’s more than anything else an emotional sensation carried over into territory where it doesn’t belong (and so is not valid and should be discarded), and that it’s useful in pointing out what we’re worried about, deep inside, and now that the Lunar influence has entered Sag, we can do something about this upset. Still, be cautious in the actions you choose (especially if others are involved–Saturn in Libra can make us want to set boundaries and lay down the law to others, as can Ceres, which will still be in that most stressful minute of that most stressful degree!) and keep the ‘Big Picture’ in mind.
The ‘switch’ into Sagittarius for the Moon occurs at 2:46 AM Pacific Daylight Time.
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