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What was once tolerable or even accepted may bring rise to new levels of resistance. You might be overcome by the desire for freedom. Perhaps you want something to go your own way or to be noticed, recognised or validated.
Uranus is now in Taurus. To celebrate, I’ve collaborated with some of the world’s best astrologers to bring some ideas to the table about this once in a lifetime event!
Jupiter and Uranus are currently asking you to break away from old habits, structures and attitudes. If you catch yourself doing something because that’s the way you’ve always done it, that’s your cue to try a new approach.
Venus has been touring Aries for an exceptionally long time. As a planet who enjoys the good life, Venus hasn’t been having the most pleasant time in action orientated Aries. Since February 4, the cool moist planet entered a hot dry sign. Venus likes to unite and connect, whereas Aries is independent and prefers to go it alone.
Although seemingly opposite influences in life, we often need to balance our fears or limitations around the promise of something new, exciting or different. We can get stuck if we let fear limit us. We can also get burnt if we blindly charge forward into unchartered territory.
This Easter weekend you might like to try switching up your routines. Do things the way you want to do them, rather than the way they’ve always been done. Break away from the old and embrace the new. Establish new traditions. Trust in your instincts rather than logic. Do what feels right for you, even if it ruffles a few feathers.
Approaching a birth chart without an accurate birth time can be a stumbling block for both clients and astrologers alike.
For the client, they might be wondering what astrology can offer when you don’t have a known birth time.
For the astrologer, this means you need to use different tools in your astrological kit.
Very excited to announce the release of the WellBeing Astrology Guide 2020, with the annual horoscopes written by me and articles from some of the world’s best astrologers!
Over the next several weeks, you may find yourself on a mission of your own. You might not go on a cleaning frenzy like I did, but your efforts, energy or attention may hone in on a particular area for you.
You see, as children, you’re encouraged to dream and imagine. If you do it as an adult, you’re a daydreamer, gonna-doer or a no-hoper.
Other people, often those who are meant to have your best interests at heart, will be quick in cutting you back to size if you dare to follow your dreams or ponder the possibility of ‘what if’ questions.