It’s time — eclipse time, that is. Whether you’ve been feeling unsettled and edgy lately, or optimistic and eager to move your life in an exciting new direction, keep your antennae up and your eyes (and energy) focused on where you want to go. That will help you to take the steps you need (and want) to take.
Remember, this is not the same as having expectations about what the next two weeks ‘should’ be like. Whether the eclipse effect in your personal life is subtle or dramatic, rest assured that it is working.
You can do your best to make conscious choices around opportunities and shifts in direction, but you can’t really force things. Even if you feel like you ‘miss your chance’ at something, you’ll likely get another (if different) opportunity down the line. So hang in there, and try to enjoy the ride. Monday’s Full Moon is exact just after 2:10 pm EDT / 18:10:33 UTC; the accompanying partial lunar eclipse peaks about ten minutes later, and is bookended by the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse.
Eric had intended to write about tomorrow’s event; instead, after much diligent work, he published the 2017 Midyear Reading in its entirety yesterday: that is now available for instant access.
If you still don’t have a copy of this essential guide to the forthcoming total solar eclipse and beyond, you can order all 12 signs here (which we recommend) or choose your individual signs here.
For the Leos among us (or if you know and love a Leo), we’ve also published the first astrology segment of the 2017-18 Leo Birthday Reading. You may order that here. We’re likely to release the second part within a few days.
For further pointers to tomorrow’s lunar eclipse and the week ahead, here are links to two articles: last week’s Astrology Diary, and the most recent Thursday full edition; plus, of course, we have your Monday Morning Horoscope by Eric, which he’s written specifically about the lunar eclipse.