Today the Moon in Cancer makes a trine to Neptune in Pisces, which can bring cascades of immense feelings rushing through our bodies. What if you simply move out of the way and let all that you are feeling flood through you—without trying to hold it back, manage it, or contain it? Allowing the tides of compassion, grief, sorrow, and rage that are bigger than you to flow through you may feel overwhelming but can also be cleansing and healing. Mercury makes a conjunction to the Sun, a condition called “cazimi” or “in the heart of the Sun,” a time of purifying and clarifying what we think and what needs to be said. This conjunction happens just hours before the partial lunar eclipse in Cancer—which is only two degrees away from the perfecting Saturn/Pluto conjunction, which the Moon will oppose shortly after its opposition to the Sun. The eclipse brings the shadow into prominence, asks us to witness and respond to that which we may prefer not to see or acknowledge. As all of this heavy astrology unfolds, we may feel the weight of powerful systems eroding before our eyes; remember that such systems live inside of us as well, and make time for connecting to that which nourishes you even as familiar structures within and without collapse. The Mercury cazimi amidst all of this suggests that today we may come into fresh understanding of what has been hidden, what is passing away, and what now is becoming possible. Uranus in Taurus stations direct, advancing the story of upheaval and revolution that is unfolding in whatever part of our charts Taurus occupies.
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Michael J. Morris is a witch, an astrologer, a tarot reader, an artist, a writer, and a teacher.