The sun moves into my sixth house this afternoon.
I suppose that’s a good thing. Yesterday, I found out that I am going to get to go to work for a while — at least for the next week. We will need a skeleton crew to attend to administrative duties during the Coronavirus crisis, and I get to be one of those skeletons. I’m happy about that because I have a difficult time sitting around the house.
Nevertheless, I will be sitting around the house more than usual, so I need to take this time to focus on my home-based yoga practice since I’m not going to be leading my classes at the gym. Curiously, “Cafe Astrology” describes this transit as follows:
“During this cycle, you take more pride in the work you do and in your health routines than any other time of the year. You are sorting through the experiences of the last several months, separating the worthwhile from the worthless. This is a good time to build your skills, to get organized, and to attend to your health and well being. It’s a great time to make improvements to your regular routines. Your self-esteem and your ego are tied up in the work you do and in the services you give. Details are more important to you now. It’s time to bring order to your life by focusing on the little things that make up the whole. This cycle presents an opportunity to get rid of what doesn’t work in your life, while also discovering what does. You could seek distinction and strive towards perfection in your work. Efficiency should be your goal now. Your physical health, as well as the relationship between your body and your mind, are in focus.”
This is an uncanny horoscope, considering what I’m going to be doing for the next four weeks or so. I just hope that I can keep it together until the weather changes in this part of the world. Once I can get outside into my garden, I don’t have to worry as much about my well-being because gardening feeds my soul like nothing else can. I can take time off from everything else without feeling as if I’m wasting my time.
So, I’m just going to get through this. I’ve made peace with my current circumstances. Wherever the planets are in your chart, I hope you can, too.