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Saturn Retrograde in Libra: Relationship Review

Saturn sets limits. For millennia it was the outermost planet of our solar system and is the last one visible to the naked eye. It's where we run into walls if we haven't done our homework, and where we are rewarded with recognition and responsibility when we've earned it. Tracking its transits is an excellent way to recognize where we will encounter barriers and where there's work to be done. Read More »

Neptune in Pisces

Dreamy Neptune finally returned to its home sign of Pisces on February 3, 2012, after traveling through the rest of the zodiac for the past 149 years. This is all-new energy for each and every one of us Read More »

Neptune in Pisces: Heaven on Earth

Neptune is the planet of dreams, faith, imagination and spirituality. The sign it's in during its long 165-year cycle around the Sun describes where we express our highest hopes and how we can delude ourselves with unrealistic expectations. Neptune entered high tech Aquarius in January 1998, and will finally leave this intellectual sign this week, on Feb. 3. There was a brief preview of Neptune in its watery home sign Read More »

Mercury in Aquarius

Mercury, the planet of the intellect, is making a smart move into cerebral Aquarius on January 27 at 10:12 a.m. (PST) / 1:12 p.m. (EST). Intelligence matters more now, as we can break out of our usual patterns of perception to understand the world from different angles. Cooler heads allow us to step out of the shadows of emotion and discover new concepts. However, while friendly conversations may stimulate minds, we could be less successful at touching hearts. Read More »

Time to Change the World

Every New Moon is an opportunity to set wheels in motion. The union of the Sun and Moon is a moment when seeds are planted and a fresh cycle of growth begins. The most recent lunation occurred in Aquarius late on Sunday, Jan. 22 or early on Monday, Jan. 23, depending on your location. The New Moon in this sign is always special because it's also the Chinese New Year, marking the beginning of an annual cycle recognized by billions of people. This one is especially useful for glimpsing a bigger picture of the future and moving it in a desirable direction. Read More »

Mars Retrograde in Virgo

Action planet Mars usually says go go go, but right now it's saying slow slow slow. That's because Mars is going retrograde in methodical Virgo from January 23 to April 13, during which time our lives will become more about thinking than doing. Mars goes retrograde every two years or so for an average of two and a half months, and while it always signals a time to slow down and pay more attention to what we're doing with our lives, this urge for introspection will be even stronger with Mars Retrograde in the detail-oriented sign of Virgo. Read More »

New Moon in Aquarius Horoscopes

The New Moon in innovative Aquarius on January 11 at 11:39 p.m. (PST) / January 12 at 2:39 a.m. (EST) opens minds to see the world from new and different perspectives. It's a time to step out of the usual mode of seeing and revise reality in more creative ways. Original ideas may seem to be ahead of their time, making them difficult to implement right away. But these are glimpses of the future that imagination and effort can eventually turn into reality. See how January's New Moon in Aquarius will inspire your sign! Read More »

The Last Days of Neptune in Aquarius

The slower moving outer planets are the most significant indicators of collective long-term changes. Most recent astrological attention has been focused on the seven challenging 90-degree squares between Uranus and Pluto that start this year and end in 2015. However, we are in the brink of another significant transit as spiritual Neptune returns to its sensitive home sign Pisces on February 3 where it will reside until 2025. We had a preview of this transit last year when Neptune first entered this compassionate sign on April 4 for a 4-month preview of what’s to come. Read More »

Compassionate Capricorn

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. combined masterful skills as a speaker and leader with a heartfelt compassion, crossing racial lines to make him one of the most important American leaders of the 20th Century. He was a Capricorn, born January 15, 1929 at noon in Atlanta, Georgia. His Sun sign, associated with ambition, organization and practicality, is concerned with achieving results rather than simply making statements. A negative quality of some Capricorns, though, is a drive so focused on reaching their goals that they callously push others aside on their way to the top. Read More »

It's All Good

Generally, I dislike the expression "It’s all good." That’s because life is a complex weaving of positive and negative experiences, that there is no good without bad, and most of the time people who say this are blowing smoke. It's like a big whitewash, a denial of reality disguised as confidence. Yet some recent experiences have brought this idea back to me in a way that casts it in a new light. Read More »

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