The 14th Is A Good Day To . . . wonder why the heck everybody’s so angry, touchy, out-of-sorts, aggressive, ‘me first’, or just plain mean. Mars meets Chiron in Aries, and it’s like striking flint against metal: injuries around our sense of agency, autonomy, Self, of having ‘enough’, of being able to act, to see our Will shape matters, comes starkly forward, sparking against our personal wounds, our hurts around those same issues of agency and personal significance, and perhaps most notably, interacting with those ways in which our most unique skills haven’t been recognized by others.
It hurts, and unfortunately our attention is directed toward all the ways we’ve missed opportunities or been unsupported by the social arena (Sun opposed Jupiter). Everyone, ourselves included, may be prickly, and that kind of atmosphere suggests we might leave confrontations, requests, and demands for another day, that we might want to cut everyone a lot of slack and ignore outbursts, angry words, and abrupt, anger-fueled actions–and yet, be aware of what’s setting each individual off; knowing the sore spots that we and those around us may hide or smooth over in less tense times shows us the very places where we might want to apply remedies so that we can take such sensitivities out of the life equation all together. So, a day for reading the signals, retreating, and working out effective ways to address healing.
A Good Day To . . . is based on the aspects perfecting on each day, Pacific time.