Thursday, AUGUST 19 The Moon spends the day in the sign of traditional Capricorn. However, today’s Uranus station and Sun-Jupiter opposition stir some unrest with the status
Thursday, AUGUST 19
The Moon spends the day in the sign of traditional Capricorn. However, today’s Uranus station and Sun-Jupiter opposition stir some unrest with the status quo. Uranus stations, turning retrograde today and will remain retrograde until January 18th, 2022. During this cycle, our desire to make changes in our lives can turn inward as we get in touch with what may be holding us back from living more spontaneously and authentically. We may be less overtly rebellious and more inclined to follow the rules.
As the shift occurs this week, however, Uranian energy can feel challenging, and we can experience some tension until we acclimatize to the energy.
The Sun opposes Jupiter today, and recent excesses can come to light, demanding a change or shuffling of priorities. At issue now are conflicting urges regarding what we think we should do and what we want to do. There are two areas of life where we have a particular need to shine, grow, and improve, represented by the Sun in Leo and Jupiter in Aquarius, but these may seem to be in direct conflict with one another at this time. Culminations or unexpected changes in a project or goal might occur, and this can be a time for reaping the rewards. The urge to grow and expand is strong. If we’ve been overreaching, however, it may be time to adjust our expectations.
The void Moon occurs from 7:59 PM EDT, with the Moon’s last aspect before changing signs (a conjunction to Pluto), until the Moon enters Aquarius tomorrow, Friday, August 20th, at 4:49 AM EDT.
Overview of the Day (Thursday) EDT