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Astro Daily: February 19, 2018

Welcome to Pisces Season. As the last sign of the zodiac, we’re coming to the end of the astrological year as well as our journey through the twelve signs. When we reach Pisces, we’ve left behind the physical world to merge with the divine.

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Astro Daily: February 16, 2018

Eclipse season is over and done with, but things may be shaking the next couple of days. Falling in the sign of Aquarius, the cosmos is telling us that it’s time to focus on our friendships, our community, and our sense of connection. 

Aquarius New Moon: Systems

Aquarius New Moon: Systems

Happy new moon! Happy solar eclipse! We begin a new lunar month, one set in of Aquarius, the sign of community, social networks, friendship, and humanitarian themes. Aquarius teaches about belonging. It also zooms us out and connects us to life at the level of its systems.

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Astro Daily: February 14, 2018

Happy love day. With Venus in Pisces, may our hearts be open to the shimmering, redemptive force of love in all its forms. Pisces teaches us that miracles can happen. But Saturn is in realer-than-real Capricorn; we can’t sidestep reality. Find the balance.

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Astro Daily: February 13, 2018

The Moon moves into Aquarius and we’re getting ready for tomorrow’s solar eclipse. Like a portal, eclipses rush things in and out of our lives. They mark the hour and tell us that it’s time for a change, perhaps even dramatically so. What do you feel changing? 

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Astro Daily: February 12, 2018

It’s eclipse week and we prepare to turn the page in the narrative of our lives. Starting off with a the Moon in Capricorn, Monday opens us to the energy of responsibility and commitment. With Saturn also in Capricorn, we have to make hard, pragmatic choices.

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Event: The Astrology of 2018

We may be a couple of months into 2018, but we’re on the cusp of major astrological shifts, namely Uranus’s arrival in Taurus. Join me for a talk in Manhattan on March 1 where we’ll discuss the planet of awakenings and revolution sign change as well as other key events.

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Astro Daily: February 9, 2018

Venus arrives at the end of Aquarius, threading its way through eclipse degrees. Even though we’re a week away from the solar eclipse, the past couple of days gave a preview. Venus asks, do you value who you are? Do you value your place in the world?

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Astro Daily: February 8, 2018

With the Moon in Sagittarius, we’re feeling philosophical today. We’re also searching for truth meaning. The Moon will also meet up with Mars, so be careful of Mars in Sag’s tendency to be overly opinionated. Be open to ways of seeing old problems.

Astro Daily: February 7, 2018

Astro Daily: February 7, 2018

The Scorpio Moon angles its way past recent eclipse degrees. Like a seamstress, it threads a line back to February and August 2017, the two previous eclipse cycles. Today is part of a greater lunar tapestry, one that has helped us discover a deeper sense of identity.

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Astro Daily: February 6, 2018

The Moon passes through Scorpio and we turn towards life’s darker shades. Scorpio teaches us about the shadow, the facets of ourselves that we don’t want to recognize, the facets that show up in our relationships. Intimacy, vulnerability, trust are key themes today.

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Astro Daily: February 5, 2018

The Sun’s pulling away from the South Node of the Moon. The past few days have touched on karmic themes, karmic lessons, and the soul’s past. Events are emotionally charged right now and there’s a subtext to our experiences as we get closer to the solar eclipse.