Morning Star: Daily Astrology for June 18, 2015

This morning we wake up to the Cancer Moon squaring Uranus in Aries (7:24 AM). Our batteries get a jolt right out of the gate this morning with potential unsettling news of the unexpected. This aspect can bring nervousness, anxiety, jitteryness or provide for a bit of emotional detachment. We may want to buck our morning routine, mix things up or there could be unexpected events that occur within those routines that mix things up for us.

My husband and I were discussing our evening routine with our neighbor last night. When we finished filling him in our habits, we looked at each other and smiled. It's nice to have a routine for a change. Things have been pretty wild on a daily basis around here. So, it's pretty nice to have been experiencing “Business as usual” for the past week. Sometimes, boring is good. However, a morning with Moon square Uranus doesn't sound boring to me. It sounds more unpredictable and, perhaps, hurried to me.

After the Moon squares Uranus, though, things settle down a bit. Perhaps they even grow a little more quiet. At about 10:30 AM, the Moon trines Chiron in Pisces. This is a subtle and quiet aspect...fairly introspective. This water trine is followed by a second water trine from the Moon to Saturn in Scorpio at 1:52 AM. This is stabilizing, solid and grounding giving us something to firmly plant our feet on. From here, the Moon is Void for a brief half hour before passing into Leo at 2:23 AM.
Tomorrow and the weekend look fairly nice with a fiery Moon in play. Friday is chatty and busy but not too heavy. Saturday is exuberant and adventurous filled with opportunity to engage in summertime pleasures. The only harshness I see waxes in on Sunday as the Moon squares Saturn in Scorpio at about Noon prior to going Void on Father's Day. Then, the entire sky shifts with the Moon moving to Virgo and the Sun moving to Cancer. Energy is moving and shaking anyway as Jupiter and Uranus tighten in trine due for perfection on Monday.


Today, navigate the morning with alertness and flexibility. The rest of the day quiets down and becomes more solid allowing us to get down to business and get our feet underneath us. It's not particularly harsh. Hopefully, it's more boring and routine than anything.