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Year at a Glance for Virgo August 23 - Sept. 23, 2015
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Gretchen's Wheel of the Year 2015Virgo
In 2015, throw yourself at some big problem or project in need of your exquisite analytic agility. You are beginning a new era, and your efforts will be celebrated. Your presence evokes hopefulness and relief, and your efforts will be celebrated. Works of charity return significant benefit down the road.

World events have required us all to embrace a very different relationship with the earth. For Virgo this is a very intimate relationship. You may soon need to live elsewhere or differently to honor your magical connection with the earth, with plants, animals, seasons. However, family responsibilities may initially delay relocation. Progress for everyone comes when you model and foster competence, self-discipline and discriminating perception.

The 1st half of 2015 is a time of soul growth that brews behind the scenes. Ask spirits/ancestors/guardian angels to help you release, forgive, mourn—especially deep-seated grudges and feelings of inadequacy. Some of this is not your own, but inherited from ancestors. It is showing up at this time for you to resolve and release, forever. Two eclipses on 3/20 and 9/13, are particularly useful for Virgo-born—the first for resolution, the second for empowerment.

In all relations, you love most the artists, dreamers, mystics. In your desire to serve, you lean toward adopting lost souls. Seek those willing and able to work on themselves. Earthy Virgo, this year you may begin to share what you’ve been learning about radical sexuality.

Gretchen Lawlor © Mother Tongue Ink 2014

Gretchen Lawlor (Seattle, WA) Into my 3rd Destiny at 60, after 2nd Saturn Return- even more important to pass on what I have learned in 40+ years of devotion and study. Specialties: anyone in transition/crisis, esp. young people (I do astro counseling at the local high school), work, health, relationships, annual navigational maps, classes and workshops. In person/by phone . 206.391.8681
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Heather Roan Robbins is a practical, intuitive, choice oriented astrologer, writer, celebrant, and spiritual counselor. Active for 30 plus years, she practices in St. Paul, Santa Fe, and New York City - 914.315.5001- email Heather - website

Starcodes for week of August 28, 2015
by Heather Roan Robbins

We saw the first glint of fall leaves, shifts in the weather pattern, and change in the stock market as the Sun and Jupiter entered Virgo last week.

Astrologers expected a generalized deflation and reorganization towards what is solid and pragmatic as expansive Jupiter left Leo and entered nervy, skittish, thoughtful Virgo, but the jittery stock markets exceeded expectations. We also hoped for a curtailing of the extremes of political hyperbole, but have had no luck there; maybe when Venus and Mars both leave Leo, or maybe it’s just the nature of politics. Jupiter in Virgo says work will set us free, but also implies that we won’t get money for nothing. We need solid healthy groundwork.

The stock market usually responds to emotional patterns in the stars, not logical ones. Venus and Mars, the planets that symbolize our emotional realm, conjunct in melodramatic Leo throughout September and crank up the volume on events and our emotional response (Mars enters Virgo Sept 25, Venus on Oct 9). Although our thoughts are generally calm and friendly with Mercury now in balance- loving Libra, once our emotions crank up we’ll tend to speak in emotional hyperbole and want to take dramatic action. Mars and Venus in Leo can also stimulate an overreaction to our hopes and fears and this magnification can help us see what’s really in our hearts, even if the story is overblown. But we don’t have to make tragic news headlines (though some of us will). Through early October, we need to listen to the wild stories of our hearts but redirect the focus away from fear, not get caught up in the melodrama, get a better sense of proportion, and build on more solid ground.

We may not want to step out of our house at first, but once we’re out, this Venus and Mars can loan us a gracious extroversion. We can start the seeds of new friendship though they may take a while to cultivate. Mercury just entered its shadow this morning, which means it turns retrograde in a few weeks and has just entered the part of the zodiac covered by the retrograde cycle.

We’ll really need emotional and economic ballast through this weekend as the Moon waxes not just full, but super-Moon full, perigee at its closest approach to the Earth. Shimmering in the distance behind this full Moon is Neptune which infuses it with an extra emotional flood. We can swim with our vulnerabilities or emotional projections, or dive with mythic creatures, either feel bullied our buoyed by the collective unconscious, depending on what layer we choose to tap into. If we meet somebody unusual, note the potentially delightful karmic reaction, enjoy the experience, but read no nothing into it until the story unfolds. It helps to be around nature and those we love and trust to let their organic health seep into our soul.

Early next week an Aries Moon and Jupiter sesqui-quadrate Uranus can leave us irritable and wanting to break free of past restrictions. We’ll hate to feel like someone is standing in our way, so don’t try to be the voice of common sense to another person with low impulse control; instead, empathize with the feeling and ask them to wait a day or two. Redirect, refocus, rather than try to reason. Honor the feelings, delay the decisions. The mood evens out into with more pragmatism and comfort midweek, though we’re still not thinking too clearly as Mercury quincunx Neptune and encourages our imaginary world but can leave our thinking a little foggy.

Friday, August 28: Notice a dis-conjunction between what we say and what we do, as if we’re all a little out of sync this morning as the Aquarian Moon opposes Venus and Mercury and the Sun sesqui-quadrates Uranus. Unsettling news is only part of the picture; apparently clear data can misrepresent the truth, check facts and ask questions. Although we can feel a little sleepy or lazy this morning, there is a pool of nervous energy or emotional melodrama waiting to be tapped; a positive and friendly upbeat edge in one direction contradicts this nervousness on the other side. Find something practical to do in the moment, and ride it out. After a busy day, people need to unwind tonight but may really not want to process; let them rest and de-stress.

Moon opposed Venus 4:18 AM, Mercury semi-square Venus 5:47 AM, Sun sesqui-quadrate Uranus 11:48 AM, Moon sextile Uranus 11:55 AM.

Saturday, August 29:
We puddle about in our emotions as the Moon waxes full in Pisces, peaking at 12:35 PM MDT, and then conjunct Neptune at 4:20 PM. Our emotions can take us through worst-case scenarios, burrow into our hopes and fears, dance with the art supplies, or lead us to watch cartoons. Small logical problems help us refocus, so does gardening or something that keeps us busy and lets our soul connect to spirit. Some minor crises may come to a head around circumstances of unusual vulnerability; let the feelings flow and make no long term decisions. Any divination, prayer, or meditation furthers this afternoon. Support one another tonight.

Moon semi-square Pluto 12:53 AM, Moon square Saturn 1:02 AM, Moon enters Pisces 2:50 AM, Mars quincunx Pluto 5:28 AM, Moon opposed Jupiter 10:08 AM, Moon semi-square Uranus 11:53 AM, Moon opposed Sun 12:35 PM, Moon conjunct Neptune 4:20 PM.

Sunday, August 30:
We may have a little bit more ground under our feet, more focus on what we can do to make the world better, or what we can do to enjoy ourselves and be healthy. Flashes of genius possible, listen to the sudden ideas. Grasp small moments of healing midday. And let’s pace ourselves, because the energy will flow unevenly throughout the day. All gentleness, romance, and imagination appreciated; but don’t assume it, we’re all on a strange journey. Venus conjuncts Mars exactly in Leo tonight and we can be all about the compassionate heart or emotional drama.

Mars bi-quintile Chiron 4:58 AM, Moon conjunct Chiron 10:19 AM, Moon semi-sextile Uranus 10:40 AM.

Monday, August 31:
Watch sudden erratic move because we may be feeling impulsive, but without clarity. The Sun opposes Neptune and opens up our intuition and imagination, but distorts our perception. We see what we want to see, or are afraid to see, and may feel unusually permeable, but the Aries Moon asks us to get out there and take radical action anyway. Let’s say how we feel as Mercury semi-sextiles Jupiter, but choose carefully whether or not to trigger off other people’s reactions. Be honest but compassionate. A clear line may need to be drawn, just make it real rather than dramatic. Stay in the moment and notice that visions can deceive. Lots of good ideas crop up, but consider negotiating or starting new projects tomorrow.

Moon trine Saturn 12:53 AM, Mercury semis sex tile Jupiter 12:58 AM, moon enters Aries to 30 2 AM, moon opposed Mercury 10:05 AM, sun opposed Neptune 10:37 PM, Venus conjunct Mars 11:03 PM. Moon square Pluto 11:32 PM.

Tuesday, September 1:
We want to feel part of something larger this morning, and our contentment may depend upon how much we can engage and improve the situation as the Aries Moon trines Venus and Mars. Our impulse control is down midmorning as the Moon conjunct Uranus, for better or worse, our knee-jerk reaction will be rebellious, but that can give us strength in a good direction. Our energy may burn out relatively early as the espresso wears off and tiredness seeps in tonight; rest up.

Moon trine Venus 2:24 AM, Moon trine Mars 2:36 AM, Moon conjunct Uranus 11:37 AM, Moon semi-square Neptune 4:11 PM.

Wednesday, September 2:
We can feel the moods leveling out, can tend to practical things, and feel more grounded and rooted than we have for a while as the Moon enters earthy Taurus and trines the Sun and Jupiter. The mood is stubborn but potentially positive (though still heavy on hyperbole), stability and steady routines can comfort and build support, small acts of generosity go far, and help us direct and underlying nervousness and impatience for change as sesqui-quadrate Uranus. Although we may have to sift through some crazy thinking, this is a day to follow through on good ideas that sprung up over the weekend, and still make sense today.

Moon enters Taurus 3:01 AM, Moon trine Jupiter 11 AM, Moon sextile Neptune 4:53 PM, Moon trine Sun 8:06 PM, Jupiter sesqui-quadrate Uranus at 9:51 PM.

Thursday, September 3:
We can be obsessed about relationships or unsettled emotionally, feel self-indulgent and stubborn as the Moon squares Venus and Mars this morning. We get the hang of it by midday; check back in with problems that worried earlier. Time seems to layer, karma thickens. Notice underneath the turbulence we can feel new seeds growing and can count on crops we planted earlier or skills we’ve learned before. Tonight, our minds are strong but strange and need something to positive to chew upon or our brains will masticate tough memories and concerns as the Mercury quincunx Neptune.

Moon trine Pluto 12:50 AM, Moon square Venus 3:19 AM, Moon square Mars 6:23 AM, Mercury quincunx Neptune 9:02 PM.

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Starcodes for week of August 21, 2015

As the first golden leaf falls from the dark green canopy this week we feel the shimmers of impending season change and can feel torn between conflicting pulls on our time and heart.  Feel the pull between what we want and our responsibilities, or between savoring a lingering sybaritic summer moment, and urgent actions needed for our future. Stop feeling torn and time share or mediate between the people and the needs. Make the work joyful obligations. Mix what is needed in the moment with a healthy investment in the future. Because it could be a busy year, and can be productive if we fill our reserves, position ourselves well, and respond to urgent calls now.

Jupiter recently entered Virgo (8/12/15-9/9/16) where it will be for the next year. Jupiter symbolizes what frees us, expands our horizons, and also what we overdo or overindulge; it’s larger than all the other planets in the solar system put together. Jupiter in Virgo tells us that our work can set us free, and reminds us that there is no greater gift than good health. Mercury is already in Virgo, and the Sun enters Virgo on Sunday, calling us to an industrious self-improvement program, loaning us that ability to sort, learn, digest and absorb, harvest and heal which we need every autumn.

It is one of life’s humors quirks that students are drawn back to school every year under this industrious Sun in Virgo quality, when they are most ready to learn but most miserably self-conscious and self-critical, one of Virgo’s shadows. Venus and Mars, the two planets that symbolize our social-emotional milieu, are still in Leo and aren’t really into this whole autumnal back to work approach. They infuse our personalities with panache and can help us create new communities at work and school, but can leave us lingering over brunch and dragging our feet when it’s time to buckle down to work.

But this combination has gifts—as we enter the fall fray it’s important to make those new human connections. The busier and harder working we become, the more important it is to share appreciation with our beloveds, help new acquaintances feel appreciated, and keep our soul involved and our optimism engaged; Venus and Mars in Leo can help.

As Friday dawns we may be uncomfortably aware of problems, obstacles, limitations, notice what we’re lacking or what we haven’t done yet as the Sun forms challenging aspects to both Saturn and Pluto under a Scorpio Moon. Difficult decisions need to be made, and people who are trying to prove themselves, political candidates for instance, may unpleasantly try to wield power. The key to using these aspects positively will be to stay self-responsible, ask ourselves what can we do to make our lives better instead of what do other people need to do to change our life. Let’s not take it out on others if we delayed or waited too long and are just now buckling down to take advantage of an opportunity.

The mood shifts Saturday and Sunday, becomes more sociable and celebratory as the under a lighthearted and curious Sagittarius Moon. It stays upbeat if a little nervy on Sunday as the Sun enters Virgo and buckles back down to work on Tuesday as the Moon enters competent Capricorn and Mercury sextiles industrious Saturn next week. It’s time to get our ducks in a row, pencil boxes pencils sharpened, and organize, organize, organize.

And if we organize now, then as the Sun conjuncts expansive Jupiter and Mercury enters egalitarian, friendly Libra next Thursday, will be ready to connect with our community and network future possibilities in a good way.

Friday, August 21: The mood can be a little pompous but hard-working this morning as the Sun squares Saturn under a Scorpio Moon. We may want to get lost deep within this morning, and have strong ambiguities about dealing with people. We can get snappish or willful because we’re suddenly aware of and anxious about efforts we need to make in the future. But we can turn this frustration into action if we stay self-responsible rather than blame others for our discomfort. A stubborn streak and strong approach-avoidance conflicts continue around being sociable tonight. It may be better to do to watch a movie together or do something in tandem, rather than try to interact.

Moon sextile Pluto 5:57 AM, Sun sesqui-quadrate Pluto 9:17 AM, Moon square Venus 5:13 PM, Sun squares Saturn 5:40 PM, Moon trine Chiron 7:34 PM, Moon quincunx Uranus 7:41 PM

Saturday, August 22: In an otherwise fixed, inflexible day, uncertainty can creep in, but instead of second-guessing what we’ve already done; let’s investigate new possibilities that might bring an improvement. We may want to puddle around in our interior world this morning and resent outside demands. Midday, seriousness brings focus as the Moon conjuncts Saturn, then optimism aerates the afternoon as the Moon enters Sagittarius, suddenly we’ll want to speak up and get out on the town, though we’ll tend to argue over attitude and philosophy tonight as Mercury semi-square Mars.

Moon sextile Mercury 12:57 AM, Mars quincunx Neptune 4:21 AM, Moon semi-square Pluto 6:49 AM, Moon conjunct Saturn 12:01 PM, Moon square Sun 1:30 PM, Moon enters Sagittarius 2:40 PM, Moon square Jupiter 7:30 PM, Mercury semi-square Mars 10:29 PM

Sunday, August 23: We begin harvest season as the Sun enters Virgo this morning. Although we may feel just as lazy as the Moon squares Neptune, maybe we feel a little bit guiltier about resting. A fresh layer of honesty without an edge can create an opening in family matters. Prioritize health, sorting, organizing, rather than busyness. Leave room for sweetness of the soul this afternoon, and take an opportunity to laugh at oneself.

Sun enters Virgo 4:37 AM, Moon square Neptune 7:08 AM, Moon trine Mars 8:37 AM, Moon semi-sextile Pluto 3:44 PM,

Monday, August 24: Check in and socialize rather than push the work forward. Stir the pots, observe, and make connections. Begin to let go of the summer community and reconnect with the fall tribe. Animal health and animal rights need attention today, even if it’s just taking a dog to the dog park. Tonight the Moon enters Capricorn and we ache a bit, but begin to get serious and plan farther ahead. If this mood oozes into depression, find one small task, accomplish it, and celebrate the progress.

Moon trine Venus 12:09 AM, Moon trine Uranus 4:34 AM, Moon square Mercury 4:03 PM, Moon enters Capricorn 10:21 PM,

Tuesday, August 25: This is an important business day to get down to work and get organized. It’s also a strategic day; watch what offers come in what challenges arise in the headlines and at home and get a peek at the agenda to come. Initiate steps for long-term goals. Morning’s enthusiasm as the Moon trines Jupiter may become daunted by an awareness of the depth of the work needed this evening as the Moon conjuncts Pluto and squares Saturn. Investigate motive, then rest rather than worry.

Moon trine Sun 1:34 AM, Moon trine Jupiter 3:44 AM, Moon quintile Chiron 12:31 PM, Moon sextile Neptune 1:31 PM, Moon conjunct Pluto 9:33 PM, Moon square Saturn 10:30 PM,

Wednesday, August 26: Opportunities are popping today, if one doesn’t stumble into your life, created as the Sun conjuncts Jupiter in industrious Virgo while Mercury sextiles competent Saturn. Sign contracts. But let’s only say what we really mean, as our words count now. Show people they are loved by working with them or respecting their work. Have a solution for the problem at hand, and get the job. Problem solve together. Don’t worry about the theory, take a very pragmatic approach for the moment, and explore the theory in the next few days.

Moon sextile Chiron 9:10 AM, Moon square Uranus 9:25 AM, Mercury sextile Saturn 10:07 AM, Moon semi-square Neptune 3:14 PM, Sun conjunct Jupiter 4:02 PM.

Thursday, August 27: The mood and are thinking relaxes a bit, becomes more sociable and interconnected as Mercury enters egalitarian, interested, and more relaxed Libra as the Moon enters sociable Aquarius. Engage teamwork or find out how to work with the teams around. Contemplate the theory behind pragmatic actions. We may be less focused on the details, less touchy on the heart, but can speak with straightforward diplomacy through the day. Late night can bring a stubborn ego clash unless we give one another room as the Moon opposes Mars.

Moon sextile Saturn 12:01 AM, Moon trine Mercury 1:19 AM, Moon enters Aquarius 2:03 AM, Mercury enters Libra 9:44 AM, Moon opposes Mars 10:24 PM

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A look at the year 2015.
by Heather Roan Robbin

Whose life has not changed much in the last three years? Seven Uranus-Pluto squares from 2012 through March 2015 dissolved our old forms and kept us shifting and adapting for three years, precipitating transformations both challenging and wonderful. Toward the end of this year, new forms begin to solidify. Do we like the shape of our life? If, not, let’s use this malleable, potential-filled year to change it up.

The tone of 2015: The last echoes of the Uranus-Pluto square (from the two planets we associate most with revolution and transformation in the pro-active Cardinal signs of Aries and Capricorn respectively) keep us unsettled, exploring our options, and confronting (Uranus in Aries) the power of organized authority (Pluto in Capricorn). Venus and Mars run close together all year long, and add extra emotional torque to all we do. Romance is in the air. So is passionate social unrest and intense personal engagement with our work. Objectivity, however, may be sparse on the ground.

When we put these two planets we most associate with revolution and transformation in an intense squared relationship, Uranus (change) and Pluto (power and transformation), anything can happen., Anything but us to expect things to stay the same and us be happy about. The world is changing, but our impatience and concern can outpace the rate of change.

When this square began in 2012, we saw it echo in revolutionary politics around the globe, but events were still pretty surprisingly quiet (if contentious along party lines) here in the USA. But recently Uranus and Pluto approach the mid-degrees of Cardinal signs (they are now at 13°) and begin to dance on the chart for the mythic America, the one born July 4, 1776, bringing the productive discontent home to roost. Trying to smooth things over in a Pluto-Uranus transit will not work, whether it happens to our country or to ourselves; we have to dive through and do the work. This transit is asking us to change something inherent about the American identity (as Pluto opposes and Uranus squares our national Sun), and change how we structure and discipline are use of power (as Pluto opposes and Uranus squares our national Saturn).

In a personal way this square continues to ask us how do we use power (Pluto in Capricorn), and by that we mean electrical power, fossil fuels, personal power, political power; how do we take it back where we’ve given it away, and make sure we’re wielding the power we do have in the cleanest of ways possible. In a more enthusiastic tone, this square also asks us to really listen to our enlivening, precious, spontaneous spark, listen to what feeds that spark and where it calls us to go.

As 2015 dawns, feisty Mars in Aquarius opposes Jupiter in Leo (both stubborn fixed signs) and sets a strong, energized, competitive, argumentative tone for the whole year. It encourages us to fight for health, for what we believe (Aquarius can be so theoretical) and not back down when advocating for societal causes we believe in.

But it also does the same for those on the other side of our debate. This aspect is tricky; it gives us energy when we’ve got a clear direction, and helps us tackle big challenges with enthusiasm. But once we get locked in a debate or argument can make it hard to let go and hard to move past oppositional behavior into win-win solutions. Again, we’ll see this in our politics and in our personal lives, and have to add our own imagination to find a way for everyone to feel like they’ve won if we want to get past the argument and on to something else.

Saturn in Sagittarius squares Neptune in Pisces (both intuitive mutable signs) on and off all year (intensifying in spring and late fall). Together they also ask us let go of our illusions (and show us the difficulties if we don’t) around the Sagittarian issues of justice, education, spiritual philosophy, and communication across international and inter-species boundaries.

On a more personal level this Saturn-Neptune square ask us to balance work and spirit; instead of seeing our discipline and work at odds with our creative process and spiritual journey (highlighted by the square), this square nudges us bring these apparently divergent polls to work together. Explore how to put disciplined and form into our creative and spiritual practice, and put imaginative inspiration into our work.

In early January, Venus and Mercury in Aquarius turn our focus to our relationship with group, community, the body politic. We may start the year slow and deep as we wrestle with our internal questions, may wrestle with one another or with our worries.
We may even feel inadequate or incompetent for our year ahead as the Sun comes to conjunct Pluto right near a Full Moon in emotional and sensitive Cancer (opposed Pluto and squares Uranus) on January 4. Let’s comfort one another, hold our hearts dear and just make this a deep time, not a deeply worried or resentful time. We can come out of this introspection with new and thoughtful fervor after January 6.

Mars enters Pisces January 12 and takes the challenge inwards, we need to feel the woes of the world (and our own it is a sensitive time) and respond with healthy action. We can feel it all and move forward anyway, but must do so with kindness. Technical innovations jump forward, but consider postponing high-tech purchases and take the time to review while Mercury retrogrades January 21 through February 11.

It’s going to be a fiery spring. The two planets of emotions, Mars and Venus, rush together into passionate Aries February 19 (Mars stays here until it enters Taurus on April 1), (the Sun and Moon enter Aries on March 21 followed by Mercury on March 31) increasing our desire-nature, lowering impulse control, and adding the spark of innovation and willfulness to all we do. Life can conflagrate quickly; be wise, feel the impulse and think for the long haul. This lights a fire under us, so what do we want to bring to a boil? This spring brings fresh revolution with deeply rebellious energy, but we can waste it all in reaction or we can choose to pour this fresh energy into fresh terrain.

Early in May both Venus and Mars enters earthy Taurus. The seeds we plant will root-- whether they are seed for food, love, grudges, work, babies, or hope---so let’s sow with consciousness. Mercury retrogrades May 18-June 11. Enjoy an earthy muskiness this spring, but reel in a tendency to be possessive or territorial, especially around old friends or familiar places. Look for a deeper meaning of security. Reach into the past to preserve personal history, archaeological artifacts and ancient traditions.

The summer brings a review of our work over the last few years, as Saturn retrogrades back into Scorpio and takes all our work down deep within, insisting we take out the trash from memories, hearts and closets. We may see a return of unfinished business left unsettled over the last few years, we’re not stuck here we just have a little bit more work to do to close those chapters.

Mars enters Cancer on June 24 and brings the conversation back to more intimate places but also hones our defenses. If they can save their pride, people are more willing to let go of old angers. Use this warm-heartedness to repair old crisis as Mars strikes the fading Pluto-Uranus square mid-July.

Exercise family responsibilities and boundaries early in August as Saturn turns direct, but lovingly and kindly stay an authority in one’s own life. We focus more on service and less on pride in September as Jupiter enters industrious Virgo, and may need to tend to health issues around filtering and cleansing of our blood stream and the earthly arteries of rivers and lakes

July brings a more idealistic and romantic vibe as Venus in Leo conjuncts Jupiter, peaking July 1 and Mars trines Neptune July 8. People may be able to let go of old angers if they can save their pride in the process. We can use this this warm-heartedness to prepare for a difficult but opportunity-filled weeks as Mars strikes the fading Pluto-Uranus square in mid-July, and take the opportunity to repair an old crisis.

As Uranus begins to pull away from Pluto in the fall, the world doesn’t suddenly get calm, but we may find the major agendas are now already on our plate, rather than new ones arriving weekly, as they have the last few years. We see the work that needs to be done, and now we have to do it. There’s a chance that recent improvements can slide back and we let go of recent progress, but only if we settle.

This is an important time to make working compromises that lead to productive roads, to have patience while people step forward and do their work, but not to let up on our recent efforts for improvement. Whether we’re talking political pressure, or were thinking of our own recent self-improvement efforts, gentle steady pressure towards our goals is really important this fall as new forms and habits coalesce.

As Mars and Venus run together in Leo through September, they bring romantic fervor to the start of school, give us the guts to reach out and expand our social circle, but also add melodrama. Work and personnel are reorganized, and the financial market may adjust.

Mercury retrogrades September 17 through October 9, Pluto turns direct after a long retrograde on September 25, unearthing surprising sludge from the depths of our psyche, but encourages progress soon after.

October –November the focus will be on social justice and improved egalitarian relationships. New societal forms are coalescing, so are new relationships, let’s make sure they work. December looks complicated, more on that as the year winds on.

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