Astro-Notes on March 5, 2013 – undesirable possibilities

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Pallas in Ariesquincunx to the North Node in Scorpio (semi-sextile South Node in Taurus) indicates an adjustment of our personal strategies and approach of existential questions toward our evolving future prospects based on the desire to get out of a stagnant situation and move on with our life. As Venus meets Chiron in Pisces in conjunction, a new cycle begins that combines our sense of evaluation and attachment with the wounding and healing principle in the revealing, synthesizing and transcending sign Pisces. Consequently, today we might be especially sensitive toward pain or hurts and insults, but if we are guided by higher values or the higher love principle we are able to forgive and release, which allows us to heal and to bridge issues, especially after what we experienced and felt yesterday about our value judgments and understanding of the laws of abundance and attraction. With retrograde Mercury in Pisces engaged in a semi-square aspect to Juno in Capricorn, remembering our relationship goals and reviewing established relationship dynamics is essential in this context to become aware of facts, which may have been hidden or unacknowledged so far. After the Moon’s ingress to Capricorn at 7:13 pm EST will things get more serious and regulated, while we’ll be working on feeling accomplished.
Tarot card of the day is the “7 of Cups”, a card that is representative of a multiplicity of possibilities and choices, none of them clear though, and that serves as a reminder that all that glitters is not gold. This limitless diversity could be irritating and distracting, leading to disorganization and a lack of focus and commitment. Consequently, we might be inclined toward indolence or just sluggish in our attitude and could be falling into dissipation. Therefore, it’s time to stop building castles in the air and fantasize about future achievements. Instead, we have to apply a real effort and put our plans into practice. This means that we have to wake up and do what needs to be done, while remembering that all things are possible if we put our mind to it. We need to be a little more practical and grounded in order to concentrate on everyday life and also have to stop looking for perfection in everything.
Personal Note: I talked to my daughter yesterday night, touching upon the theme of relocation that seems to be prominent for both of us. Some of the prospects in this context were truly disheartening, having me hoping that they will never come true. However, I’m aware though of the economic realities and also of the necessity of change to be able to move on to the next stage of our lives.


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