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June 6: Catalyzing Conscious Perceptions

June 6: Catalyzing Conscious Perceptions

The sun is square Mars at 12:11 p.m. and moon void of course begins

The moon enters Capricorn at 12:44 p.m., and moon void of course ends

Just afternoon, the sun in kinetic Gemini forms an edgy square aspect with Mars in soulful Pisces. This aspect catalyzes conscious perceptions against drives and motivations, with the two seeming to work at cross-purposes. The sun represents personal expression, while Mars represents action and, at times, aggression, so we may experience ego clashes today. We may feel that others are working hard to block our attempts to move forward by pushing their agendas instead.

But since Mars is in protective and insular Pisces, the aggressions we meet may be passive rather than bluntly stated, which may end up being more frustrating. Progress will feel stalled, and compromise challenging to attain, at a time when energies are running high. Since the moon is void of course for a little longer this afternoon, it may be best to pause and let the angst settle before rushing to make any decisions.

Shortly after, the moon leaves fiery and enthusiastic Sagittarius for grounded and pragmatic Capricorn. At the same time, the moon void of course ends, and the now practical and contemplative mood lunar makes this a good time to tackle a few initiatives on the list.

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The sun/Mars square is still active and stimulating, so continue to proceed with caution. This aspect may represent divergent opinions clashing over how to tackle the economic and health challenges of our times. It’s essential to be sensitive to the fact that under the surface, feelings of worry and fear may be driving many of us to feel some control and find solutions.

The moon in Capricorn can also set a more sombre and somewhat depressive mood, so it’s also important to be patient with others and ourselves now.

 

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