During the two days after any full moon — especially one that served a dual purpose as a Total Lunar Eclipse—there are many ways to play the role of goodwill ambassador around the globe. Helping you connect more sensitively to the hearts and souls of billions of earthly lives is a grand trine in fire signs. This geometric dynamo is composed of the moon in Leo making trines to Mars in Aries (6:20 p.m.), plus Venus and Jupiter in Sagittarius (8:45 p.m. and 9:13 p.m., respectively).
Another trine between Ceres and Chiron in water signs (6:12 p.m.) — and happening just two minutes after the lunar trine to Mars — provides added encouragement. However, as is often the case, blocking actions by cosmic discord-generators try to stymie your efforts as Mars squares Saturn (3:49 a.m.), Ceres and Uranus form an oblique, 150-degree tie (2:32 p.m.), and Mercury squares knowledge-wisdom producer Pallas (9:58 p.m.). Stay above the fray by tuning out self-doubts and being adamant about changing the world for the highest good.
[Note to readers: All times are calculated as 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.]
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