What do you want to know? What gets your curiosity going? These are questions you may wish to consider now, because soon you’ll have an opportunity to explore specific topics in depth for their own sake, in a way you previously might not have been able to. Your mental focus is about to become a force to be envied.
It is not possible to cover every eventuality with strict rules or with statistics. There will always be exceptions, hence the facility for laws to be altered and to allow for individual freedoms. It could be argued that the various permutations of the Golden Rule at times transcend everything else.
This year’s New Moon in your sign takes place at the very center of Aquarius, a special point in the zodiac known as a cross-quarter, which marks exactly halfway through the season and is thus of universal significance. You can therefore consider this event as a reminder of one important truth: you matter.
You know what you need to say, and you must say it in a way that comes across accurately. You may feel tempted to say too much, or to be overly assertive, when what you need is to be clear and precise. The power of your words alone will convey everything you need to say, and then you must trust that fact, even if you don’t get an immediate response.
Your solar year started off with a bang; a dramatic conclusion of an 18-month cycle in which your identity and how it relates to that of others has been tested and forced to evolve, in some overwhelming and challenging ways. Reverberations of the recent eclipse are still intense, but a new cycle has begun and right now it’s all about you.
You have a lot going on in your life, as if some process more complicated than you anticipated has been set in motion by the recent solar eclipse in your birth sign. The thing that’s essential to remember and put into practice is that this is about inner work. You may be inclined to focus on your image, which means how you present yourself or some facet of your appearance.
Developing a just self-image can be tricky, because our opinions of ourselves are always subjective. The same is generally true of any outside perspective we might seek. This is why it’s so helpful to cultivate self-acceptance. In addition, if you worry that you’re not the person you think you ought to be, first notice that word “ought” and consider that you’re likely judging yourself unnecessarily — and, secondly, at least you care about what you manifest in the world.