The Stars This Week: Sun Conjunct Uranus

I’ve been pretty sick which is why I haven’t blogged for a few days. I had a massage and according to everyone “it’s the toxins.”

Well, I guess I had/have a lot of toxins streaming out of me. Pretty bad flu symptoms. But here I am, sitting up :)

My goal is to stick with you this month, day by day, because I know it’s pretty intense.

The week, the Sun in Aries enters the Cardinal Cross. Life gets a little bit hotter.

The Sun will square Jupiter, conjoin Uranus, square Pluto. The Moon moves through Taurus, Gemini, and Cancer. Venus enters dreamy Pisces over the weekend.

The Sun, in an individual horoscope, is YOU.  So what I see is you taking action.

Is it easy?

Well, it’s not easy but I wouldn’t say it’s back-breaking either. The back-breaking has ALREADY HAPPENED.

Still, it’s intense. It’s necessary. It’s FAST. Sun conjunct Uranus is a bullet train. And square Pluto is… everything you see from the train window, the abandoned buildings and isolated trees, train tracks, and a lone dog. Memories. Rushing by. But move forward you must into the unknown future.

Jupiter in this equation is the belief that you are doing the right thing. And I believe you are. You’ve waited long enough.

Love, MP

4 thoughts on “The Stars This Week: Sun Conjunct Uranus”

  1. Lolz turns out my mother comes back today. Hence the alarm bells. I got a warning. I never know if things will be good or bad with her (moon conjunct uranus). I’d hope for the best but I trust whatever will happen is what is supposed to happen.

  2. Uranus makes me anxious. I mean that in the literally sense of feeling more anxiety with uranus, or the moon in aries. Im feeling the alarm bells go off today. Throughout the Neptune 6th house transit I’ve learned that I can get sick from being in the wrong environment. When something is off psychologically or if I’m getting pings from the universe my body doesn’t hesitate to let me know.

    I’m grateful for it because finally I’m learning to listen and trust what I hear. FInally I’m learning to say STOP or at least tell myself, I can stop. I can slow down. I can stop overworking myself to keep someone else happy. Furthermore I’ve learned life will keep going if I stop a thing or two.

    Life has definitely picked up over the past week and I do still feel guilty when I need to stop or cancel on someone but I hear a stern “NO” from a higher power that must be obeyed.

  3. Was missing your posts. Am glad to hear you are on the mend.
    And , as always on the money! Backbreaking done, time to push through…aka…lean into it.
    Wishing you good health and abundance, as we move through the Cross.
    Mr.Matt too!

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