In the earliest hours of the morning, the Moon in Taurus makes a conjunction to Uranus in Taurus. This is a quaking and disruption of the felt and material body, a moment of crisis and transformation. Alkistis Dimech writes of dancing as a magical art, describing, “I hurl myself into the unknown, I encounter the other in my body.” Uranus may break open some dimension of your body or your body schema today. What freedom might become available if you were to hurl yourself into the space of that breakdown or breakthrough? Then the Moon makes a square to the Sun in Aquarius, entering the waxing quarter phase of this lunation cycle. Something new is coming into view, a way of being and becoming a body in a world to come. When you feel down into the hidden places of your body, what Dimech describes as the “occulted body,” what is beginning to emerge? What seeds or sensations that were planted at the New Moon are sprouting and insisting on another way of seeing or understanding yourself and the world? Finally, the Moon makes a trine to Jupiter in Capricorn, reminding us that even the small, subtle shifts to which we can become aware hold the potential for substantial growth and expansion in the days ahead. How might you celebrate abundance within what might seem limited, the immensities within the miniscule?
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Michael J. Morris is a witch, an astrologer, a tarot reader, an artist, a writer, and a teacher.