It isn’t rocket science, but how you finish a 30+ hour void lunar cycle (hopefully with a dash of flair and finesse in completing old projects) can be just as important as how you began it on Sunday night. After all, when this long, lunar, limbo time-cycle started, it was the exact moment of the Full Moon. Now, with the Moon’s entry into regal, lion-roaring Leo (3:04AM), you can be the top performer in your own cheerleading ensemble.
A Moon-Jupiter parallel (5:21AM) conjures up the importance of Dr. Norman Vincent Peale’s literary classic of the 1950s — The Power of Positive Thinking. Additional morale boosters occur when Venus forges a supportive, 60-degree link to Pallas (3:19PM) just before the traditional planet of beauty, love, and romance parallels distant Pluto (4:19PM). Enhance your skills as a problem-solver and strategist in your main fields of expertise.
The bloom may be off the rose relatively quickly as the Moon heads into a dicey contra-parallel with the red planet Mars (6:02PM) and as the Sun connects with sometimes stern Saturn via an abrasive, 45-degree tie (6:57PM). Despite the possible setbacks these last two sky configurations may enable, keep smiling and allow your inner child to emerge in upbeat social settings this evening. [Note to readers: All times are calculated for Pacific Standard Time. Be sure to adjust all times according to your own local time so the alignments noted above will be exact for your location.]