Sunday, April 24, 2011

Monday & Tuesday (25-26 April 2011)

Greetings Friends!

The Mercury retrograde has folks still in a twitter.  I just want to reiterate that the fact that Mercury is no longer back pedaling doesn't mean things are back to normal.  If you walk backwards in a room and then begin walking forward you do not immediately jump back to the place where you began moving backward.  Mercury will not return to the point it began its retrograde until 11 May--this is sometimes called the Mercury retrograde shadow, so avoid putting your John Hancock on anything between now and then--if at all possible (and I know, sometimes it just isn't).  This is especially true since we're in the Last Quarter Moon phase.  The next New Moon occurs 2 May (and I don't know what the Royal couple was thinking, getting married in the Dark of the Moon--really?!), so hold your hot new plans till then--this is going to be a really great New Moon!

Okay, now that I have those items off my chest, I hope you managed to make it through last weekend without too many problems.  Monday is a five star day and Tuesday just one star for reasons you will read about shortly.  However, we have the lovely treat of a Pisces Moon up to bat late Tuesday evening and that's always something to look forward to--at least in my book.  Meanwhile the Aquarius Moon provides some pretty nice vibes, so do what you can to clean up, organize and get things ship shape as we begin a new work week.

Monday 25 April 2011 allows us to get right down to business when a sextile between the Moon and Saturn occurs at 10:25 AM; take advantage of this aspect to plan out your week and you'll be ahead of the game!  Also keep in mind all times in this blog are PDT.  You'll have some great support for your communications work at 12:27 PM when the Moon forms a sextile to Mercury; get those reports  polished off, emails sent and presentations done while you can do so with ease.  A late night sextile (11:13 PM) between the Moon and Mars is very unhelpful for those of us on the west coast of the USA, but it ought to be great for those in the UK or Europe who want to rise and shine early and get the drop on Tuesday.  Stay tuned...

Tuesday 26 April 2011 is an off kilter day and I say that because the aspects are great, but the Moon becomes void of course right after it forms a lucky sextile to Jupiter at 4:28 AM--hence the reason Europeans may want to do an early rise and shine to take care of any important business before the void of course Moon begins.  And it stays void of course until 9:57 PM when the Moon finally saunters into Piscean waters.  The Universe even gives us a great aspect to fall asleep to, a beautiful conjunction between the Moon and Neptune (happily transiting its home sign of Pisces) occurs at 11:05 PM.  So one of the best ways to utilize the energy on Tuesday is just make it a day to clean up, throw out, finish old projects, etc., and get ready for the lull in the action that Moon in Pisces usually provides.  By Friday we'll be back on the bullet train of life--and isn't it nice the Universe provides us these spaces of time to rest and regroup at the beginning of a work week?

Enjoy and till next time...

Rich Blessings!

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