March 25: The sun is conjunct Chiron
The sun is conjunct Chiron at 6:27 a.m.
The bold, exalted sun in Aries forms a conjunction with Chiron at the start of the day, echoing yesterday’s profound new moon insights. The sun warms and illuminates, symbolizing our conscious perceptions, shining a light on the Wounded Healer’s archetype in our collective awareness. Aries represents the individual and the courage to stand alone, in our truth, and it may be that today’s conjunction renews a sense of self and authority that is ours to claim on our healing path.
The moon is square Jupiter at 5:43 p.m.
The bold, impulsive Aries moon forms a perfect square with Jupiter in Capricorn this afternoon, amplifying emotions, and perhaps stoking frustrations and impatience. Jupiter in Capricorn asks us to be patient, to play the long game, and to trust that enduring change takes many well-laid steps to reach, yet this may feel a bit exasperating at the moment. The Aries moon wants immediate action and results, and it may be hard to accept on an emotional and internal level that the results we yearn for may not show up in a tangible way for a while. Fire as an element is connected to inspiration, so it could be that we have more passion and ideas now that we can find an outlet for. When in doubt, do some physical movement that is appropriate for your body to help release any pent-up angst should that be coming up for you today.
The moon is square Pluto at 8:03 p.m.
The moon’s square with Jupiter may have amplified our emotions today, and now the moon’s square with Pluto may give the feeling of hitting a brick wall. Pluto’s energy is unyielding, heavy, and subterranean, and as much as we may rile against the forces we cannot control in our world, there is so much that is happening on a large, collective level that we have to learn to make peace with somehow. We can still be active, and show up for what we believe in, but can we do this from a place of calm and surrender? The serenity prayer comes to mind: “Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference.”
All the aspects mentioned are calculated in Standard Pacific Time, for greater accuracy please adjust to your own location.