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Tuesday, November 11, 2014

TWO DAY Forecast for Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 12th & 13th ~

Photo by Linda Karin Hicks ~

Wednesday, November 12th:  The Moon is VOID in Cancer from 4:18 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. EST supporting you to handle what is on your plate and wait to make major decisions and actions until the Moon ingresses the expressive fire sign Leo at 1:45 p.m. EST.  Venus conjuncts Saturn (25 degrees Scorpio) indicating a period of focus, commitment, emotional coolness, formality, maturity, responsibility, appraising your relationships, facing problems, and exercising financial savvy and restraint.  The energy can be surprising today encouraging you to up your flexibility levels as Mars squares Uranus (13 degrees Capricorn to Aries).  The more grounded in compassion you feel the less you are apt to act out of knee jerk responses.  This can also supply the needed courage to break free from limiting situations or people. Disruptions in schedules can occur and the ability to focus your will can be challenging yet Mars is also in trine to Chiron providing the opportunity (as always) to make conscious choices. 

On THURSDAY the Sun in Scorpio squares Jupiter in Leo at 21 degrees. Over estimation and exaggeration may come naturally as the freedom urge continues.  Modulating your desires with available resources can help keep your expectations realistic.  This energetic also inflates belief systems and opinions.  Yet, handled well, this energy can manifest as creative potential, knowledge expansion, and the confidence to attract more abundant circumstances and resources.

Neptune is preparing for his direct station (exact on the 16th at 4 degrees Pisces).  When the transpersonal planets are changing course it can be helpful to remember the dictates of Mercury.  Hold off on permanent decisions regarding creativity, spiritual truisms, and anything that feels foggy, unsure or disappointing.  The pathway isn't clear and the fog obscures the shoreline.  Be okay with any feelings of "not knowingness" for the time being.  It's when you feel pressured to "know" what is temporarily unknowable that regrets gain footing.