Today the Moon in Aquarius makes a square to Uranus in Taurus. Aquarius is often associated with collective systems, the greater good, futures yet to comes, and the inventive ideas we will need to create and sustain the worlds we are making. Uranus is the planet of revolution and upheaval, disruption and the rejection of established conventions. We are currently living through a moment of massive upheaval throughout our global systems, shaking the collective, and demanding that we radically reorient ourselves to the near and distant future. In these times of crisis, ground yourself in your body and ground your body on the earth. In the midst of so much that is changing, trace the core structures that remain unchanged, that can support us in this transition from one reality to others. The Sun in Pisces makes a sextile to Saturn in Capricorn, offering resources for longevity and sustainability to the ways in which we are shining brightly through practices of empathy and compassion. As we concern ourselves with the experiences and well-being of others, we not only become more fully ourselves: we also access that which we can offer that is life-affirming to those around us. Saturn reminds us that this is not just for today or tomorrow. What kind of world might emerge if we were to commit to sustaining these practices of mutual aid, centering the lives of those who are most at risk, and providing relief to those who have been impacted most directly? The Sun then ingresses into Aries, marking the spring equinox in the northern hemisphere. The Sun is exalted in Aries, as it passes through this moment when the hours of night and day are equal and presses forward toward the summer solstice and the longer day of the year. This is a time of warming up and bringing new life into fresh flourishing. Even as we move through difficult days, notice how these days are getting longer and brighter. Notice the fresh green buds sprouting at the tips of branches and the delicate blossoms coming up through the mud. Whatever we are experiencing at the scale of our own lives, we are also a part of larger cycles of growth and regeneration.