I had a rough day yesterday while Mars was conjoining Saturn and the sun was squaring my natal sun. Nevertheless, I feel good about what I accomplished.
Still, I’ve come to the realization that I’ve allowed my world to get quite small during the pandemic. With several planets shifting houses over the next couple of weeks, it’s time for me to get out into the world again.
Venus moves into Pisces this morning where I live, and hopefully that will act as a catalyst for me to enjoy myself a little more. Historically, it’s a good transit for me (if I am to believe the things I’ve posted on this blog). I have Saturn in Pisces in the fifth house: an aspect that some astrologers believe thwarts creativity. However, I’m a Capricorn and a rather Saturnine character in many respects. I don’t believe that Saturn is all bad. It just makes me into the tortoise from “The Tortoise and the Hare.” Slow and steady wins the race, right? Maybe by the time I’m eighty-years-old I’ll have figured out how to have fun.
In the meantime, I’m going to resolve to take some chances and live a little larger while Venus is travelling through this part of my chart. Mars will join Venus in my fifth house in about a week, providing me with the cosmic kick-in-the-pants I’ve been waiting for. I’m already feeling at the top of my game physically. Now I just need to burst out of my “quarantine bubble” and rediscover the world around me.
Everything in my chart is telling me that now is the time . . .