Tomorrow’s new moon in Aquarius is an important one. With the Aquarius stellium essentially at its peak, it’s a terrific time to take a look at where these planets currently reside in your own chart so that you can make the most of what this cosmic phenomenon has to offer you.
My blog has seen a lot of traffic from people searching for some sort of interpretation of this once-in-a-lifetime meeting of planets. I wish that I could offer everyone individualized advice regarding the Aquarius stellium. However, as I have mentioned in my previous posts, you need to look at the house (or houses) of your horoscope where the stellium occurs in order to figure out where this event will take you.
The new moon is always a terrific time to launch a new project. This month’s meeting of the luminaries is preceded by today’s harmonious alignments of the moon with both Venus and Jupiter in visionary Aquarius. It’s a good day to look inward to ask yourself what will make you happier in the future. It’s also a good day to look upward into the sky, like an astronaut visiting a launching pad before takeoff, to truly appreciate that the sky is the limit.
Be prepared for the launch by considering what makes you stand out from the crowd. Think about those qualities that make you unique, and then put a plan out into the universe to make the most of those qualities. For instance, I understand that I work in what can only be described as “niche markets.” With the stellium entirely contained within my fourth house, I need to resolve to find a way to reach those markets from the comfort of my own home. I’ve done it before and I can do it again. I just need to have faith in my own weird vision and not allow myself to be sidelined by the idea that a lot of people believe that I’m a total flake.
The new moon arrives in the late morning or early afternoon in North America, so plan accordingly. Even if you don’t actually start on a new adventure tomorrow, make your plans known by looking up and saying them out loud when the event itself actually arrives. A failure to launch will only occur if it is preceded by a failure to consider the tremendous possibilities that the cosmos are currently offering each and every one of us.
The countdown has begun . . .