Today the Moon in Leo opposes Saturn in Aquarius. The pressure to withhold and hide can be relentless. The absolute conviction that if you diminish yourself, if you conform to the expectations of others, you will be loved can seem unquestionable. But it isn’t true. If you do not allow yourself to show up fully and be seen, you have decided in advance that all of you cannot be loved. As Brené Brown writes, “We can’t be ‘all in’ if only parts of us show up. So: be all in. Show up and be seen. The Moon then makes a square to Mercury and Uranus in Taurus, just as they are perfecting their conjunction. Mercury conjunct Uranus can describe exciting, unexpected, and even revolutionary new thought processes, conversations, or exchanges of ideas. The square to the Moon may insist that we embody new ways of thinking or connecting with others, even if it feels challenging. We are living in unprecedented times, and no doubt we are facing unanticipated difficulties, but these conditions can also inspire radical innovation in how we communicate and connect. The Moon makes a square to the Sun in Taurus, entering the waxing quarter phase. This can be a turning point or moment of crisis in relation to what was planted at the New Moon on April 22. How are you continuing to bring your personal and collective experiences of pleasure into alignment with your values, moving more and more into your own authentic experience of orgasmic yes in solidarity with those who are most marginalized and alienated from access to pleasure?