“People who love themselves come across as very loving, generous and kind; they express their self-confidence through humility, forgiveness and inclusiveness.” Sanaya Roman
The waxing Moon enters “athletic” and “pioneering” Aries (2:22 am) lending support to activities that keep our bodies in motion, as well as favoring projects in which we feel we are breaking new ground, or at least taking the initiative in some pivotal way. We are also seeking experiences, at this time, that will make us come to life emotionally.
The Moon’s late night square to “perceptive” Pluto (11:27 pm) is an opportunity for us to go deeper into our feelings, especially allowing us to see things in a new light; although, at the same time, we may want to avoid getting hung up on “what’s not working” then, an orientation which can be a subtle form of self-sabotage.
Relationship Venus, “the goddess of love,” conjuncts “generous” Jupiter in “service-minded” Virgo (4:03 pm). When these two planets pair up there’s always an eternal hope that we will be able to act in more loving ways toward each other, with Jupiter’s ray ideally expanding the unifying or connectivity properties of Venus. Venus-Jupiter can also be a time when we seek out more fun or pleasure. A shadow side here is that we could become over-indulgent or overspend.
With this Venus-Jupiter conjunction occurring in “repair-oriented” Virgo, there’s robust potential for fixing what may be broken or amiss in our relationships, or in the environment around us. We also may be more inclined to “take the high road” in our interpersonal dealings, with Venus-Jupiter coinciding with more of a “generosity of spirit” and wanting to see the best in others.
Intellectual Mercury in Libra is also opposing “radical, progressive” Uranus in Aries (6:59 pm). This influence tends to “speed up our thinking,” as well as strengthen our intuition. It can be an excellent energy for brainstorming or finding new or unconventional solutions to old problems. Additionally, this aspect may foster stimulating group discussions, especially with respect to social issues.
All times EDT.
Questions for Today: How could you “take the high road” now? What could you overlook as a way of healing or improving your relationships?
Astrological Trivia: When Venus and Jupiter were conjunct in “romantic” Leo, on July 1, 2015, the Episcopal Church in the U.S. adopted its liturgy for “same-sex marriages.” (courtesy of Wikipedia.com). It should also be noted here that Jupiter does govern organized religion and philosophy.
Famous October 25 Birthdays: Katy Perry, Pablo Picasso, Minnie Pearl, Bobby Knight, Helen Reddy
“God is really only another artist. He invented the giraffe, the elephant and the cat. He has no real style, He just goes on trying other things.” Pablo Picasso
Enjoy your Sunday! Let’s all try to spread some love around! 🙂
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