Job number one at the start of this new workweek is to get on the move very early in order to tune into the monthly mind-expanding, Moon-Jupiter conjunction in Leo (12:16AM), a harmonious trine of 120-degrees between Venus in Taurus and Pluto in Capricorn (12:48AM and which can boost your output in the arts and on the business front), and a productivity-enhancing, 60-degree rapport from Mercury to Ceres (4:20AM).
Watch out for some mental fatigue that can block your progress due to Mercury forming an abrasive square to Pallas (5:18AM). Shortly thereafter, intuitive promptings may give you a brief glimpse into the future as the Moon trines electrifying Uranus (6:58AM). However, this Moon-Uranus turn-on also activates an unsettling void-of-course lunar cycle in Leo that lasts until 11:13AM tomorrow.
This 28 hour void lunar condition begins a trio of renewed, lengthy Moon meandering cycles that can stump astrologers and non-astrologers alike. Some extra psychic heart-burn may make itself known around the times when the Moon parallels the red planet Mars (1:34PM) and as Vesta skirmishes with Uranus via a frictional, 45-degree arc (4:30PM.
In the midst of the long lunar sojourn out-of-sorts, Mercury decides it's the right time to enter forceful, energy-resplendent Aries (6:45PM) until April 14. Within a week from now, the Messenger of the Gods planet will be cruising along at the rapid clip of 2 degrees per day -- doubling the speed of the constantly moving Sun and adding a couple of exclamation points to daily communications, literary, and education pursuits.
[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.]