Juno is often simply known as the marriage asteroid. However, it can be passionate commitment energy in general. It’s got a bit of Saturn, bit of Pluto flavor to it. So in Scorpio, Juno is depthy, watery, sexy, possibly scheming, definitely intense, probing. Transiting Juno in Scorpio can bring an energy of delving beneath the surface to look at what it is you really desire in a committed relationship, or if you want one at all.
This is particularly the case today given the fact that the transiting Moon in Aquarius squares Juno while Mars sextiles. An intellectual, cool Moon as a mood is open. It doesn’t promote depth, but it doesn’t necessarily avoid. It would be a mood that can handle the idea of “maybe I don’t want a relationship like I thought I did.”
That Virgo Mars is in a good position for sustained, detailed effort. Juno and Mars travel together in this sextile for weeks to come, through Christmas and into the new year. It’s a great time to work on your committed relationships or to go to work on finding out how and where they figure into your life. One permutation of this energy is doing detective work on your committed partner. That is not a particularly “high” focus, so be aware of this propensity, particular if Mars and Juno are transiting your personal planets. Digging into yourself is the cleaner side of this energy.
Where is your Juno? What type of committed partner do you seek? What kind are you?