Sunday, December 5, 2010

6 December 2010

Greetings Friends!

Welcome to the beginning of the work week, for those of us who participate in that activity, that is.  Monday's Celestial weather isn't really that bad--but I am only going to give it three stars due to the fact we are dealing with the energy of Capricorn.  Starting the week with Capricorn energy means we focus on our career and business concerns pretty much all week, since the traditional ruler for Capricorn (Saturn) is also the ruler for Aquarius (the next sign up to bat).  Bring your 'A' game to work with you this week ladies and gentlemen.

Monday 6 December 2010 starts with a square between the Moon and Jupiter at 4:27 AM (Note:  all times indicated in this blog are PST).  Over doing it in any arena is a no-no, take a conservative stance now till we move into Piscean territory Saturday morning.  Moon sextile Neptune at 8:18 AM offers inspiration and spiritual support.  If you're at work, try to take a few minutes to breathe and connect with All That Is to achieve a peaceful vibration before you dive into your work duties.  This is also a strong supportive energy for those who work in the arts, such as dance or music.

The Moon squares Uranus at 9:13 AM and you may find yourself dealing with a sudden challenge from an unexpected quarter--rogue Uranus is usually good for such antics.  The Moon conjoins Mars at 1:47 PM before going void of course for a bit.  As usual, tie up loose ends and avoid beginning new projects until the Moon enters Capricorn at 3:16 PM.  The Moon sextiles Venus at 9:54 PM, time to relax and spend time with someone you love.  The Moon conjoins Pluto at 11:25 PM which means night owls will be given a power boost for their late night projects.  Research projects in particular and occult studies also benefit from this aspect.

And last, but not least, the Sun forms a sextile to Saturn at 11:59.  If you find yourself having to burn the midnight oil, you'll have the discipline to see it through.  As you can see, it's a very busy start to the work week.   While this will be a serious work week, remember to observe what's going on and take the opportunity to discover what needs to be tweaked for you to achieve your career dreams.

Till next time...

Many Blessings,
Dee

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