MGM Grand (source: Bloomberg)

Today marks the beginning of the one-month countdown to my trip to Las Vegas!

I’m feeling optimistic. I believe that things will work out as planned. Of course, transiting Jupiter is currently trine my natal Jupiter at the moment. Not only that, it’s nearly stuck in the sky as its station approaches, meaning that this feeling that everything in the world is slowly getting better should stick with me for several weeks.

I had a bit of an episode yesterday where I felt as if I was trapped in my own house. That has been a constant theme in my life ever since the pandemic arrived officially on the day that I was supposed to go to Las Vegas in 2020. But even after the second, third and fourth wave of the virus screwed up various aspects of my life, I still wasn’t really “trapped.” However, I couldn’t stop myself from believing that my home had become my prison with so much of the action in my horoscope occurring in my fourth house.

Both Saturn and Pluto are still going to be lingering in my fourth house for quite some time, but with Jupiter’s station approaching, I know that I’m going to be able to shake off this feeling in the very near future. Having the planet stuck in a place where it forms a beneficial aspect to itself is a cosmic blessing I can’t deny. It’s the universe’s way of telling me to look on the bright side, so I can’t allow myself to give into the darkness of these fourth-house transits (especially while both the sun and Mars are transiting my twelfth house, making me feel as if I am a victim of unfortunate circumstances). Even if I am unlucky right now, wallowing in despair isn’t going to get me anywhere.

So, I’m going to resolve to be brighter and more optimistic as I prepare for my well-deserved getaway. October is a big month for me astrologically for many reasons — some good and some bad — but this lingering Jupiter trine makes me believe that everything is going to work out in my favor. I don’t need to allow any darkness to creep into my thoughts.

This is going to be my month . . .

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