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Friday and Saturday look like relatively quiet days, barring any individual internal strife generated by contacts to the natal chart. Mercury trips back into Cancer and sextiles the asteroid Hygeia, perhaps indicating that recent experiences have caused review of what we care about, how we feel, and so prompted taking a healthier attitude toward the subject (or at least, we’re thinking about it in a slightly different way, more objective and so in a sense healthier). The mind might also be becalmed right now as we head toward the Inferior Conjunction, due on the 21st. So close to the Sun, the symbol of the mind is overwhelmed; attention floods toward experience, toward what’s right before us, with little left for analytical thinking. It’s a day To Be, To Feel, with no need at present to dissect events.
Saturday sees Jupiter quincunx Vesta, suggesting that either beliefs (your own or those presented), the social sphere, or something published or broadcast, modifies your highest values or commitments. This is good, as what comes at us may provide ‘the facts’–and once again, as with the above aspects, we find that input offers better mental balance, and so better understanding. The glare of the Sun right now may blot out other influences, at least to the conscious awareness, but it helps connect us to instinct and hidden knowledge, what we ‘know but don’t know’. The feeling senses prove, once more, to be a conduit of information and guidance (Sun sxt Sedna).
For those born with the Sun at 27 Cancer. Check your natal chart for the correct Sun degree (you may want to read both the degree number and the one that follows, if you have minutes on your Sun position–together these offer a more complete picture of your year ahead). A mental crisis can come in many forms, dear Cancer, and you’re going to face one–but it’s nothing to worry about. This is specifically for determining once and for all how you really feel–and you have as much as 12 months, through to your next birthday, to make those emotional decisions. You have time: to review the past, to sift through conflicting inclinations and impulses, to assess what really matters. Making values live through the reality picture is both possible and desirable, and should come fairly easily, supported by inspired relationships and spending, and a creative approach that really pays off. Good luck!
John Spirko said:
Thanks Julie and thanks for your art/artist selections. Always interesting.
Thank you, John!