Today the Moon in Leo makes a square to Uranus in Taurus. Uranus describes our impulse for revolution, disruption, and upheaval, the demand for change that breaks from existing social norms. In this square, Uranus stirs and disturbs the radiant coals of how we are willing to show up in the world, reminding us that when we choose to persist in presenting ourselves in ways that conform to the expectations of others rather than the insistent pulsing of who we feel ourselves to be, we not only cheat ourselves of experiencing love and belonging: we deprive the culture of possibilities that may in fact make life more livable for others as well. Then Jupiter in Capricorn perfects its superior trine to Uranus, bringing integration and cohesion into the story that Uranus is unfolding. Uranus demands change, and Jupiter is showing us how to cultivate change that supports sustainable growth. Jupiter was last conjunct Uranus on June 8, 2010, when both were in Aries, initiating a cycle of growth that comes out of the willing or unwilling overturning of established patterns. The Jupiter/Uranus opposition was September 28, 2017, bringing us into clarity of what needed to change in order for us to grow. This trine marks a period of integration and support, finding how we might reconstruct lives that are livable in the long-term from the rubble of that has been dismantled. Finally, the Moon makes a trine to Mercury in Sagittarius, inviting us to embody the ideals of which we speak and to name the ways in which we are starting to show up more fully in our glorious complexity and specificity.