Just three days ago, the universe was coasting along and hardly orchestrating any major alignments to send into the ever-evolving human species. However, today and tomorrow reveal a cavalcade of solar, lunar, and planetary interactions -- none individually overpowering, but very substantial as an accumulation.
On the positive front today, utilize the monthly Moon-Juno conjunction in Leo (6:59AM) to emotionally empower key primary partnerships. Research and problem-solving benefit throughout the day -- courtesy of an inspirational, 72-degree rapport from Mercury to Pluto (9:48AM) and a flowing trine from Mars to Pallas in fire signs (10:26PM).
The cosmos even tosses in a business-enhancing and career-promoting grand triangle as the Moon in Leo trines Saturn in Sagittarius (8:15AM) and the Sun in Aries (4:41PM). Where you may need extra care is while Vesta makes a potentially frictional, 45-degree tie with Pluto (9:33AM), Mercury forms a dicey, 135-degree link to Jupiter (1:34PM), and as Mars acts more rashly via its square to super-nurturing and largest asteroid Ceres (4:54PM).
If you can maneuver deftly and sensitively past these three latter, challenging sky configurations, the steady and lion-like, Moon-in-Leo strengths should keep you happy and accomplishing a lot on your to-do list for this Sunday in late March. [Note to readers: All times are calculated for Pacific Daylight Time. Be sure to adjust all times according to your own local time so the alignments noted above will be exact for your location.]