A semi-sextile between Mercury in Pisces and Eris in Aries shows that our mind is focused on our self-interests and that we push our agenda accordingly, hoping it will all work out somehow. After the Moon’s ingress to Aries at 3:02 pm EDT will we feel even more motivated and brazen or determined in this regard. With Neptune in Pisces receiving a sextile from Pallas in Taurus and a semi-square from the Sun in Aries, there is still room for negotiation, presenting us with another chance to pursue our dream by using a last resort we haven’t tried yet, while attempting to make headway one way or the other. We won’t give in to defeat so easily, even though it seems we lost our game. As Venus meets Eris in Aries in conjunction, the desire for victory or winning others over is strong and will become a force to be reckoned with throughout this new synodic cycle. Therefore, we’re taking the initiative and seek to arrange for things in such way that they suit our needs and wants.
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.
In the news: The former British Prime Minister, known as “The Iron Lady” (Venus conjunct Eris in Aries – a true warrior princess), has died.