(Mars in Libra squares Pluto in Capricorn at 20 degrees, at 5:27 am)
This is a very potent and dynamic day! Mars (governing our drive, ambition, and determination) is squaring off with Pluto (representing our urge for power, transformation, and hidden motivations). Often when these two heavyweights are paired, we find that the landscape around us has a chance of being reshaped or reconfigured in a dramatic way, depending, in large part, upon the actions we choose to undertake, our will, and level of conscious awareness.
Generally, Mars-Pluto energy tends to make us much more unrelenting or uncompromising in the pursuit of our wants, needs, and desires. At the same time, our behavior can also become a bit more complicated because we are likely more impacted or fueled now by our hidden or subconscious motivations. (On the shadow side, Mars-Pluto is associated with, among other things, extreme behavior, outbursts of anger, bullying, manipulation, and power struggles.)
So, ideally, what we want to do now is to act from a higher place, inside ourselves. Keep our long-term goals and vision for ourselves, front and center. Focus on mindfully taking key actions that help to foster or facilitate self-growth, self-improvement, and or self-mastery (qualities, in keeping, with the Scorpio season). Avoid trying to control or blame others and, instead, put our energy on self-responsibility and personal accountability.
Too, engaging in physical activities or exercise is often a great way to express and release the more intense buildup of the Mars-Pluto energy in the body.
Additionally, it can be a very good time to vent or clear the air (Mars) as a way of rebalancing situations (Libra). The trick here, however, is to do it in a way that doesn’t manipulate or intimidate (Pluto), which could only serve to complicate matters.
“Your soul has fallen to bits and pieces. Good. Rearrange them to suit yourself.” Hermann Hesse
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Born On This Day: English actress Vivian Leigh (portrayed Scarlett O’Hara in Gone With The Wind), in 1913, in India.
“I’ll think of it tomorrow, at Tara. I can stand it then. Tomorrow, I’ll think of some way to get him back. After all, tomorrow is another day.” Author Margaret Mitchell, Gone With The Wind
Hope it’s a good one!
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