Over the past few days, the skies have been flooded with intense astrological alignments – one after the other. : Sun trined Saturn, Scorpio Full Moon, Mars squared Eris, Sun squared North Node (conjunct Ceres) and South Node – and so on. All within the slower-moving (and farther reaching) influence of Chiron´s entry into Aries.
There´s just been a lot happening.
But truthfully – these are the smaller rumbles – the stepping-stones that build up to a far more powerful shift, namely: Uranus´ entry into Taurus on May 15, 2018.
Now there´ll be some back and forth on this as Mars, Venus, Chiron, Uranus (and other bodies) retrograde. The energy of Chiron in Aries and Uranus in Taurus will only settle down in February-March 2019.
We´ve all been preparing for this time. And it´s important to keep the larger astrological picture in mind.
Change is afoot. It´s best not to obsess over the minutiae as the more anxiety we contribute to the collective adds to the very pressure we´re anxious about.
It´s also why I haven´t been writing as much. Only when guided to do so.
Stick to the basics:
Practice self-care. Uranus at 29 Aries is not going to leave without a fight – or at the very least – not before imparting valuable lessons in self-awareness.
Pursue your goals steadfastly (especially with Saturn and Mars in Capricorn). Keep at it day by day even if there´s a feeling of inertia (or stuckness) present. It´s especially important to keep going then, even if a little progress is all you can manage. Just be consistent.
Ungrounded individuals are likely to behave in erratic ways. They are more likely to feel and express these shifts in a volatile manner. Ensure that you have done nothing to add fuel to the fire, and remember to not take it personally.
Stability is key right now, especially as we sit at the threshold of change.
You can be sure that more is coming.
So do what you can, and let the planets do the rest. Things will feel different after May 15.
Post © Bairavee Balasubramaniam, 2018. All rights reserved.
Image: Lightning and Dark Clouds by axelle b at public domain pictures dot net.