There’s no sense to race out of the starting gate with alacrity as the lunar orb in Pisces remains in void mode until fiery Aries moon gains control of the reins (6:35 a.m.) for the next two days. Be extra sensitive to the moods and feelings of dear ones as Pallas forms an oblique, 150-degree tie to Juno (4:27 a.m.) while the moon makes its monthly union with healer-in-chief Chiron (5:36 a.m.) in the last degree of Pisces.
Utilize the presence of the moon in the first sign of the zodiac to enhance your leadership credentials. Take elders and children under your wing as the sun parallels Ceres (1:18 p.m.) and the moon trines Ceres (3:33 p.m.). There is always an extra reinforcement of mother-daughter and parent-child relationship issues when the cosmos places a strong emphasis on this most-important asteroid in the solar system.
[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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