Don’t get me wrong – there are still four planets in Aquarius (Saturn, Mercury, Jupiter and Venus) so the electrical energy of Aquarius and its power to shatter old paradigms is still plenty intense. Yesterday’s hard square from Saturn (structures) to Uranus (radical new ideas) will still exert a strong influence for the next few weeks (see the posts from the past few days if you missed them), so there’s no need to get too comfortable. But the Sun’s movement into Pisces, the sign of imagination and magic and spiritual blessings, is a welcome respite from some of the energetic excitement of Aquarius and helps to bring us in greater connection with our own inner being.
Pisces seeks the state of flow: the zone, the sense of being absorbed into something greater and more blissful than anything we can experience with our mind or personal emotions. The Sun will soon (next week) be followed by Venus in Pisces, so we can look forward to a greater awareness of ways in which we can incorporate more flow into our own lives. In the meantime though, the Moon moves through Taurus tomorrow and challenges Mercury, Jupiter, and Venus which is likely to stir up emotions and attachments and then transits Mars for a final burst of irritation in the evening (EST). Remember the center, the space of silence that lies in a space untouched by noise and chaos – that’s where we will find balance and strength as we continue to recalibrate in the new reality. ❤️
[…] Lynn Hayes of Astrodynamics examines the effects of Saturn square Uranus. Hayes writes: “There are still four planets in […]
Thanks Lynn. I kept hearing astrologers warning of the Saturn Uranus square. The day before on the 16th I was taking my dog out and slipped on our icy drive. I hardly ever cry but boy did I do it with this fall. My left ankle and knee are blown up and had x rays yesterday. Waiting for my doctor to call with results. We have so much snow and traveling is hazardous so this taking longer then I want (Aries moon). Thank goodness for the rx doctor called in b/c otherwise it would be sheer hell. My brother warned me about walking on the ice and I thought he was being overly cautious. I have a new found respect for ice. Anyway, I told my husband after I heard what you said the 17th. Too bad I didn’t follow this advice.
Oh Gina, I’m so sorry! Be careful. ❤️ hope you heal quickly.