– Mercury in Taurus semi-sextile Eris in Aries
– Venus in Gemini sextile Uranus in Aries
– Juno in Leo quincunx Neptune in Pisces and sextile NN in Libra/trine SN in Aries
– Neptune in Pisces quincunx NN in Libra/semi-sextile SN in Aries
We’ve been adjusting our schedule in favor of our self-interests, knowing that we need some time out ora break from our normal routine or at least a change of scenery to be able to recover and enjoy ourselves. Therefore, we use the opportunity to get out and do something different, now that we finally can move on in a relationship situation. On the world stage, the arrival of the second royal baby is due and loyal fans’ excitement is rising as they wait for the good news. However, the ward of the hospital where the duchess is scheduled to give birth had to be closed after a superbug was discovered there. In more devastating news, the death toll after the powerful earthquake hit Nepal and bordering countries is still climbing as the region also experienced aftershocks and an avalanche on Mount Everest. The terror is not over for these folks yet as they don’t know what to expect. There is extensive mourning and grieving. Sadness is sinking in. The region also lost their famous historic temples. Foreign aid is pouring in, but it is difficult for them to reach the area.
Personally, I can’t wait to leave the building. Temps are rising and it feels like spring again. Time for a nice long walk in nature. 🙂
Tarot card of the day is “The Hermit”, suggesting that we entered a stage of introspection, where we need to look for the answers within, thereby engaging in soul searching. It’s a solitary quest, because the truths we’re seeking do not lie in the external world, but within us. Therefore, we begin to re-evaluate our goals and might change our overall direction. In recognizing that each of our thoughts and actions is a brick we use to build our lives, we partake in the creation of our own reality. We have to find the light within and allow ourselves to be touched and illuminated by it as well as help to light the way for others. Alas, all the darkness that seems to surround us cannot blot out the light. Moreover, there is an emphasis on peace and patience as well as on accepting the limitations of time and age. The Hermit also symbolizes a taskmaster, who leads with purpose and wisdom gathered from years of experience. He furthermore represents completion. Thus, we may well advance to a new stage of life, but need to remove any difficulties from a current situation in order to make progress.