June 28: Hot and Volatile Energies

June 28: Hot and Volatile Energies

Mars is sextile Saturn at 3:59 a.m.

The moon is opposite Chiron at 5:05 a.m.

The moon is square Mercury at 8:14 a.m.

The day begins with Mars, newly in bold and fiery Aries, forming a sextile aspect with Saturn in intellectual Aquarius. This sextile is a supportive aspect that helps to harness and stabilize Mars’ hot and volatile energies. Personally, this may represent a day to take some new action or initiative in our work projects, and collectively, it could represent a mobilization of a new global law to help activate our economy or ensure the public’s safety.

Shortly after the moon in peaceful Libra forms an opposition with Chiron in Aries, bringing to light once again some inner topics of ongoing healing. It could symbolize a need to maintain emotional equilibrium not when dealing with potent psychological issues, or it could be that the potency of inner pain is challenging our ability to stay calm. Keeping emotions in balance with raw states of awareness can help us navigate this fleeting, yet potent passage.

Later in the morning, the moon in diplomatic Libra moves on its orbit into a square aspect with Mercury in emotive Cancer. This aspect is a bit triggering and catalytic and may represent difficulties putting feelings to words. Mercury is now retrograde, so we may be going back in time to pick up an old conversation, with a chance to articulate our needs and intentions better, or to be a better listener for someone else.

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The square may amplify a need to talk and can be a time when many words come rushing out quickly. Some of us may feel challenged to communicate efficiently, either finding that we have too much to say and are belaboring a point, or we are feeling blocked from beginning what might be a hard conversation. This passage is fleeting, however, and anything that comes up this morning, we can reflect on for the rest of the cosmically quiet day.


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