It’s plain to see how the Sun mediates Earth’s seasons. Less evident, but no less real, is your physical connection with the Moon. As Len Wallick reads the sky, your own best understanding of tomorrow’s Taurus New Moon will come not from astrology, but instead from a few minutes appreciating and being fully present in your body.
If there is one constant in the universe, it is continuous motion. Even so, natural motion does not resemble clockwork so much as it resonates with dance. Today, Len Wallick suggests you think of astrological motions as a dance you can choose to emulate by simply moving as you never have before: a first step.
Indications are that you now have the means to settle some previously unresolved personal issues. As a first step, it would help to be mindful of what makes you different from the person you were only a year ago. It’s possible your life’s experience over the last 12 months or so includes the acquisition of either the tangible resources or information you need to tie up some long-loose ends.
When the lunar cycle is renewing with a New Moon, the Moon itself is never outwardly visible. As Len Wallick notes, however, the astrology surrounding last night’s New Moon in Aries implies you have access to what might be called insight — especially if you are willing do some self-examination, and make some adjustments based on what you find.
Retrograde Venus is now at a point where it can be seen on two horizons: in the west after sunset, and in the east before sunrise. Humanity is now having to choose between two horizons as well. The way Len Wallick sees it, a decision of whether and how to participate in that choice is yours to make.
Saturn is occupying one single degree of Sagittarius for about two months, the location of the core of our galaxy. As Len Wallick notes, implicit in that long conjunction is something accessible, yet not easily seen : a new place and purpose consistent with cosmic proportions and defined by what we together are.