The Moon is in Taurus and in the morning there’s a positive aspect to Pluto which could mean we’re stimulated to do some research or participate in a group. A positive aspect to Jupiter this afternoon means we feel upbeat, particularly with regards to earthy projects. A late afternoon Moon opposing Mars could indicate that people get angry and impatient. It’s a Moon square Sun day. Emotionally, people can be stubborn and resistant to anything new.
Today the Dalai Lama* says: Love is the absence of judgment.
In Mayan Astrology**it’s 10 Oc also known as Dog. Let’s address father-related authority issues.
Gardening: Moon in Taurus: good for planting.
Remember, being aware of astrological energies means that not only are we in tune with the cosmos, we’re also in tune with ourselves. Socrates said an unexamined life is not worth living, and another ancient Greek said, Know thyself. We can convert stressful planetary aspects to harmonious energies if we are aware of how they affect us and we are willing to take responsibility for our actions, without blaming others for our difficulties.
*From Insight from the Dalai Lama Desk Calendar 2015
**I always use How to Practice Mayan Astrology by Scofield and Orr as a reference