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March 11: The sun is sextile Jupiter

March 11: The sun is sextile Jupiter

POWER STRUGGLES AND ASPIRATIONS

 

The moon is square Mars at 5:06 a.m.

 

The day begins with an aspect that can symbolize emotional friction and unease when the Libra moon forms a square with Mars in Capricorn. The moon rules emotions, where Mars rules confrontation and conflict. With the square aspect highlighting a potential for these to be working at cross purposes, the stage is set for misunderstandings and stand-offs. Both are cardinal signs of leadership, so our feelings and drive may be struggling with each other for dominance, or we may have an emotional power struggle with someone today. This aspect hopefully brings a topic up to the surface to be resolved. It may take the whole day to sort when the moon also comes into a square with both, Jupiter and Pluto in Capricorn, in the early and late afternoon.

 

The sun is sextile Jupiter at 5:27 a.m.

 

Shortly after the moon’s early morning square with Mars, the sun is Pisces comes into a collaborative sextile with expansive Jupiter in Capricorn. This shifts the mood into one of optimism, as the sun and Jupiter blend to open our awareness to opportunities of growth and expansion when following our intuition. Jupiter’s expansive forces are focused and grounded in constructive Capricorn, and the creative and compassionate forces awakened in us this season help us to materialize our highest aspirations.

Read me: Jupiter Sextile Neptune: Discovering Treasures of Inspiration

 

The moon is trine Mercury at 11:58 pm

 

After a day of mixed aspects, some positive and expanding, and some catalyzing and challenging, the Libra moon forms an air trine aspect with Mercury in objective Aquarius late tonight. This brings emotive forces in harmony with communications, further supported by the momentum of Mercury moving direct once again. Peaceful and balanced conversations flourish and prevail in the clarity that this nocturnal portal provides.

 

 

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