April 24: The moon is sextile Neptune

April 24: The moon is sextile Neptune

A soulful and mystical mood



The moon is sextile Neptune at 4:38 a.m.


A soulful and mystical mood permeates the early morning hours as the exalted moon in Taurus forms a collaborative sextile aspect with Neptune in sensitive Pisces. It’s a fleeting feeling, but it may have a lingering effect in the tone of the morning, helping to restore a sense of imaginative idealism that we may all want to tap into now. With the moon in grounded, dependable Taurus, and Neptune in compassionate Pisces, it may feel as though these two expressions blend in a useful way, helping us feel steady amid a hopeful meditative moment. 


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The moon is trine Pluto at 2:27 p.m.


Later in the afternoon, the Taurus moon shifts to form a supportive earth trine with Pluto in Capricorn, helping us potentially to come more emotionally in phase with the profound changes and transformations of our world events. Emotional growth may help us break new psychological ground, as deeply set habits formed as protective reactions to past experiences are somewhat loosened and rewired. It’s an opportunity to be present, and pragmatic in the face of great challenges, helping to build confidence and emotional resiliency.

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The moon is trine Jupiter at 5:43 p.m.


The earth trine in the earlier afternoon between the moon and Pluto sets up the foundation for the next earth trine of the day. The moon in Taurus forms a flowing aspect with Jupiter in Capricorn, helping us to feel into the ways we are still growing, and making progress, even if that progress is somewhat slower as benevolent Jupiter is in cautious Capricorn all year. Jupiter is all about opportunity and expanding into our highest aspirations, and today’s earth trine from the moon in abundant Taurus asks us to root down and feel the way these forces are still active in our lives, and to take stock of what resources we still do have at our disposal.

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All the aspects mentioned are calculated in Standard Pacific Time, for greater accuracy please adjust to your own location.