As the Moon in Libra makes a conjunction to Mars, we may feel stirred to action, particularly taking action together, in solidarity and cooperation with others. It may also be that we encounter some kind of injury or that we are asked to confront places where we have experienced harm. Mars severs and separates, and the Moon signifies the body, the emotional life, and our basic instinctual needs for safety and security. Whether we experience harm today or are brought to face the wounded places that we carry, there is a need for repair and reconciliation—but this requires establishing conditions of safety and security. We cannot move toward healing or repair if our basic sense of safety remains compromised. The Moon in Libra then squares Saturn in Capricorn, and we may be challenged to consider the behaviors that are not in alignment with our long-term success. We may also be challenged to push against the seemingly immovable conditions that are telling us NO. Saturn can describe our endurance across time, our boundaries and the structures that support us; Saturn can also describe established systems that resist or refuse change. As the Moon moves through this square, we must determine where we are being challenged to move into alignment with the deep structures of our pasts and futures, and where we must struggle against existing systems that would deny justice for all.
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Michael J. Morris is a witch, an astrologer, a tarot reader, an artist, a writer, and a teacher.