We’re in the midst of the big eclipse energy, magnified by Mars and Pholus — as if an eclipse isn’t potent enough all by itself. (Here are links to last night’s edition, which includes the relevant Moonshine Horoscope by Len; and to Eric’s Monday horoscope, for your reference.)
Add in the fogginess of a Pisces Moon, and you’re looking at one of those supermoon-type optical illusions, wherein things look larger than they really are.
Put simply, this means that we’re all likely to be feeling some form of psychological tension. It’s not unjustified.
The U.S. election is fast approaching — a culmination of many, many months of weirdness and high-running emotions — and many people are looking forward to this period being over, so we can return to something like normality.
Jupiter has already brought some welcome change by entering Libra. This will be followed next week (Sept. 22) by the Sun’s own ingress into that sign, accompanied by Mercury stationing direct.
In the meantime, as Eric suggested in yesterday’s edition, the key to easing any feeling of stress or anticipation may well be accessing the gifts of Chiron: “healing comes to those who ask for it.” That, first of all, involves awareness of what might need the attention of the healer; and secondly, it requires willingness to embrace the help offered, and to accept that changes are possible.
We’d like to provide this space for you to discuss your eclipse experiences. Please feel free to come forward with comments or questions.