Thursday morning begins with the Moon in early Cancer and a beautiful grand trine in water. Mars in Virgo is a little wide of sextile orb with the Sun for a kite, but it still makes for some nice balance. The Moon in its own sign trine Neptune and the Scorpio Sun is deep and dreamy. It’s moody, but it’s moody-sexy and moody-blissful. Want to maximize the mood potential? Put on music that represents the mood you’d like to emulate. Et voila… it magically becomes yours.
The Moon moves into sextile with Mars in Virgo, earth. Action helps hold the mood stable and bring it down to ground. Organizing yourself can prolong this nice effect.
As the day wears on, the Moon moves from one grand trine in water to another. This second trine includes Saturn and Chiron. The Moon also squares Uranus and opposes Pluto. The mood is presented with a challenge, depth and charge. It has a harmonious out or escape in the grand trine. However, the addition of Chiron and Saturn to the mix suggests that you be wary of taking the easy way out, accessing old habits and old coping mechanisms. Take comfort in shoring up your mood with something righteous that supports your best self.
Venus quincunxes Jupiter making desire uneven but compelling. With Venus in Sadge and Jupiter in Cancer there could be challenge in desire for love-comfort versus a desire for expansion. I suggest Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters doing “Don’t Fence Me In” as a remedy!
So what I’m saying is that if you’re trying to kick something or change a habit (even if that habit is a person), be aware. Make sure what feels like relief or reward is what you want for yourself long term. The doughnut you can eat is not the eternal doughnut.