The Sun cast longer shadows, and despite still be unseasonable warm and humid, the Sun didn’t have that bite to it. I live around a fair amount of bush for suburban standards. The native birds were singing and the butterflies were out, it was just… serene.
To make the most of this super productive vibe, over the next 2 months, it will be helpful to eliminate distractions and put your energy into what counts. As Mars and Saturn will be joining Pluto, this will create a powerhouse of energy that can help empower you to say ‘no’ or establish the necessary boundaries required to achieve a long-term goal.
In this day and age of information overload, Mercury retrograde does bring an opportunity to slow down, reassess and integrate new perspectives. As Mercury makes 3 connections to Saturn in the next two months, you might consider revisiting your long-term goals and objectives.
As Neptune is one of three outer planets, its energy manifests a little differently than those we can see with our naked eye. As the Sun and Neptune meet, the essence of Neptune is drawn into the radiance of the Sun, bringing its energy closer to us for around 24 hours.
I’m so excited to be offering more astrology to more people until the New Moon in Pisces on March 18. Generally when the Sun is in Pisces, I like to extend a deep discount to say ‘thank you’ to my clients as well as those who follow my work online.
Thinking planet Mercury joins this eclipse suggesting that new ideas or insights could blossom. Networking, communication, a piece of information or a profound conversation may hold the key to shifting your perspectives. New ideas around what to keep and what to let go of is a big theme of this eclipse.
The Balsamic Phase represents the work that needs to be done before the beginning of a new cycle. Before planting a new seed into the soil, you need to remove the weeds, turn the soil and fertilise it. Fresh starts can’t occur on old or worn foundations. Even if your energy is low, tying up loose ends helps to begin a new cycle afresh.
You can witness the beauty and sparkle of Venus in the evening sky, just as the sun sets. She’s also strengthened by this position in her synodic cycle. The sunset position in the horoscope represents relationships, as does Venus. As Venus dominates this portion of the sky over the upcoming weeks, you may notice Venus’ sweet influence in your closest relationships.
Cassandra is an avid professional astrologer,
writer and teacher, based in Brisbane,
Australia. Her interest in Astrology started
when she was a child reading horoscopes
in her mother's magazines. Known for her
honesty, passion and insight, Cassandra offers
consultations to people all over the globe.