During the two days after any full moon, it’s important to keep resonating with the higher divine energies that have just been received. Helping to lift your spirits are a fairly rare and supportive, 60-degree alliance between Saturn in Capricorn and Neptune in Pisces (4:48 a.m.) and a trine in air signs between Venus and Pallas (6:36 a.m.). These two favorable aspects have the capacity to greatly enhance your visionary abilities and problem-solving skills.
However, a trio of potential celestial naysayers leaps into action as Vesta forms a tense, 45-degree link to Neptune (8:20 a.m.), Mercury unites with Mars at 22 degrees of Cancer (9:06 a.m.), and the moon makes its monthly conjunction with Saturn in Capricorn (8:55 p.m.). If you can redirect the Mercury-Mars rendezvous away from promoting egocentric actions or projecting anger on to well-meaning dear ones, this 24-hour time-period can be a source of renewed self-confidence.
[Note to readers: All times are calculated for Pacific Daylight Time. Be sure to adjust all times according to your own local time so the alignments noted above will be exact for your location.]
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