March 22: Venus is sextile Neptune
A REVOLUTION OF HEART AND SOUL
Mercury is sextile Uranus at 6:19 a.m.
The day begins with Mercury in meditative Pisces forming a sextile with Uranus in Taurus. This is an echo of the Pisces moon sextile with the planet of radicality and invention yesterday, and it could be that some ideas and insights that were unlocked may be carrying us further into what may feel like revolutionary territory. This is an aspect of taking a creative, adaptive, and unconventional approach to issues and topics that may be perplexing, helping us to solve a major riddle now. Journal, take notes, document these conversations somehow, as these may resonate far into the future.
Venus is sextile Neptune at 8:08 p.m.
Beautiful Venus in luxurious Taurus forms an exact sextile with transcendent and ethereal Neptune in Pisces tonight, sparking a mood for romance and creativity. This is an aspect of reveling in life’s pleasures, taking in beautiful art forms, and enjoying loving and affectionate connections with others. Amidst some heavy astrological weather, this aspect comes in to restore a sense of joy, wonder, and enchantment in a world that seems to have lost its heart, and soul. This collaborative aspect offers an evening of sweet escape and imaginative wandering.
Mars is conjunct Pluto at 10:21 p.m.
Meanwhile, Mars in ambitious Capricorn forms a tectonic conjunction with transformative Pluto, a melding of profound revolutionary forces. Change is happening below the surface, underground, restructuring and reframing the foundations of our personal awareness and collective unconscious. As we carry on our day-to-day lives, the forces of time and evolution march on toward the unknown. How comfortable we are with this phenomenon may be tested this week, which gives us an opportunity to evaluate what we have invested in and check-in with the relevance of what we identify with. Who are we, and what are we made of, if everything we think we know drops away?
All the aspects mentioned are calculated in Standard Pacific Time, for greater accuracy please adjust to your own location.