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Cosmic Weather:

“The time that leads to mastery is dependent on the intensity of our focus.” Robert Greene

As we strive to somehow deftly situate ourselves in the mystifying labyrinth of yet another new year, it appears we are being tossed a few friendly assists from the cosmic powers-that-be today:

Mercury in Capricorn trines Vesta in Virgo (9:44 am). This can really help to focus our thoughts. It’s excellent for putting the finishing touches on projects.

Sun in Capricorn sextile Ceres in Pisces (12:08 pm). This more soothing influence ideally positions us to channel our angels or to show genuine nurturing or support to others. It can also be a good time to scrutinize our diets or the foods that we put into our bodies. (Ceres governs food, agriculture, and Motherhood.)

Mars in Aries is also (finally) moving out of its post-retrograde shadow today. An opportunity for us to venture forward into new territory. The Waning Moon in Leo is also trining Mars, this afternoon (5:00 pm). An excellent period for taking initiative, standing up for ourselves, or being physically active.

Numerologically, we have a “2” and “8” day before us. Ideally, we are more collaborative now and have more of a knack for balancing things out.

*All times EST

On This Day in History: On January 2, 1960, Senator John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts announces his candidacy for the US Presidency.

Astrologically, optimistic Jupiter and assertive Mars were conjunct in aspirational Sagittarius. An aspect that routinely exudes incredible exuberance and self-confidence in us. This influence can also motivate us to want to truly better the world in some way, usually, by acting upon our personal vision for the world (Sagittarius also rules politics and politicians). Both Mars and Jupiter were also trine reformer Uranus in charismatic Leo. The Sun, the giver of life, was additionally conjunct Karma Lord Saturn in professionally ambitious Capricorn. An alignment that tends to make us take our duties and responsibilities, very seriously. There is more gravity to our sense of purpose.

“We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard.” John F. Kennedy (Address at Rice University, September 12, 1962.)

Hope it’s a good one! Please be safe and well.

Patrice Thompson

Astronaut, Moon, Space, Nasa, Planet

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