Morning Star: Daily Astrology for Monday, April 6, 2015

Good morning emotional hangover. This morning we wake up to the Moon in Scorpio in trine to Neptune in Pisces. The start of our Monday is veiled with fog and grog. Hang in there, though. Mercury is waxing into a very drying trine with Jupiter in Leo (9:27 AM) and the Sun will complete a conjunction with Uranus in Aries (10:08). Now is the time to start thinking about personal change and way of operation that is more free, more true and more independent. The Sun will emerge from the clouds. The water puddles will begin to dry up. The fog will clear and we will stand in our new skin to meet a brand new day. The body is electric. The old skin continues to sloth off as new tender and very sensitive skin is exposed. We are met with personal resolve and big ideas of a brighter future. It can be pretty exciting.

Folks will be prone to talk about themselves and re-tell their tales of survival during ecliptic circumstances. In that ongoing chatter, don't forget to listen. There may be something for you to learn here.

At 3:44 PM the Moon finds Jupiter via square. This aspect, in accompaniment with Mercury trine Jupiter and Sun conjunct Uranus can catalyze overconfidence. So, avoid allowing it to steer you that way. Remain practical and realistic in your expectations of yourself while embracing the true potential ahead of you. Smooth gentle self exertion is called for while reaching out to share buoyancy with others. Steer conversations toward the bright side if you can especially those conversations you have with yourself.

Personal endurance, fortitude and strength finds us as the Moon waxes into a supportive sextile with her current ruler, Pluto at 9:23 PM. I'll be darned if it doesn't look like we can effectively survive this. And, that feeling of survival is incorporated into the emotional body as well. That feeling of endurance helps shapes how we greet the trine from the Moon to Chiron overnight (4:16 AM). We are still not perfect but we've learned and survived a lot. So much that we feel confident that we can greet the incoming days and whatever challenges they may bring. Stern and steady resolve waxes in as we continue to purge the toxins that threaten to poison our overall well being. There may be a long road ahead but the more luggage we can dump off the lighter we can travel. The more you know about yourself, the better you can master your own steerage. Either way, we've got this or should have the very first inklings that we do coming forth under this sky.