I’ve got so much going on in my chart today that I don’t know what to make of it.
First, the spring equinox arrives where I live when the sun enters Aries at 9:33 AM. Not long after that, the moon moves into Scorpio, meaning that I have another day of the luminary transiting my first house. That moon position typically indicates a time when I’m energetic, eloquent and self-assured. But if that wasn’t enough to make me feel as if this is going to be a good day, I’ve also got a handful of major transits to my natal planets occurring very close together.
In order, I have Jupiter opposite Pluto (this one actually happened yesterday), Jupiter conjunct Chiron, Venus conjunct Venus, Mercury opposite Pluto, Mars conjunct Mars and Mercury conjunct Chiron.
I am feeling good right now. I’d be feeling better if I won the lottery or got offered a fabulous job that would pay me what I deserve. However, I can live with simply feeling optimistic about my future considering what the past two years have been like for me and most everyone else in the world. The first day of spring typically feels like a launching pad for new projects, so even if nothing happens to me on this fateful day, I still believe that I’ve got a terrific year ahead of me. This astrological “new year” is full of promise, and that’s not just Venus conjunct Venus trying to convince me that good things are come easy to me, or Mercury and Jupiter pairing up in my fifth house to inflate my sense of self-confidence.
Or at least I hope that isn’t what is happening. I guess that I’ll find out soon enough . . .