In the next 3 hours, Vesta leaves Libra and enters Scorpio. Be mindful with respect to partnerships and long-standing karmic contracts. This is the time to either break away from partnerships that no longer serve (gentle dissolution is best where possible), or, to rededicate yourself towards a more Sacred understanding of Union.
In Scorpio, Vesta will ask us to look closely at the ways in which we surrender our power to others, or take it away from them – among many, many, other things.
Focus yourself on the work on removing / dissolving contracts that do not honor your core integrity and value as a Being at this time. Whilst people can (and do change), that is ultimately their choice and happens on their own timelines, not yours.
At this time, the Libra Moon opposes Uranus in Aries. Allow yourself to be true to you. Give yourself room if you need to. People are likely to be more volatile at this time – just remember to communicate your needs upfront.
The energy is getting a lot denser as we head towards a potent Scorpio New Moon – in just over 2 days´ time.
In terms of daily practice, focus on detoxifying your body, space and emotions. Salt water soaks will be useful – especially with tea tree and frankincense essential oil (check dosage and contraindications before use). Gemstones that can help to stabilize your emotions include lepidolite and aquamarine.
Mars in Libra also squares Pluto and Juno in Capricorn. This is the time to get decisive about partnership, contractual obligations, career decisions and whose energy you continue to allow into your life. You may also want to exercise a little more caution when engaging in intense physical activities (especially hiking, etc. ) or if releasing your energy in a focused and concentrated way.
Whilst compassion and kindness are … some of the best qualities to have as a person, do not allow these to be conflated with the permission to abuse and be abused.
Blessings to all. Stay grounded, stay safe – and choose wisely. Your life is your own – you make of it what you will.
Image: ‘Death of the Dragon’ by Evelyn De Morgan, circa 1914-1918. Via the De Morgan Foundation.