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Sun 28° Capricorn 27' 43"
Moon 25° Gemini 44' 20"
Mercury 21° Capricorn 14' 21"
Venus 12° Sagittarius 03' 46"
Mars 11° Aries 59' 47"
Ceres 27° Scorpio 37' 37"
Pallas 26° Libra 02' 35"
Juno 23° Taurus 15' 44"
Vesta 23° Aquarius 15' 33"
Jupiter 15° Sagittarius 22' 11"
Saturn 13° Capricorn 28' 26"
Chiron 28° Pisces 38' 07"
Uranus 28° Aries 39' 47"
Neptune 14° Pisces 31' 16"
Pluto 21° Capricorn 11' 45"
TrueNode 26° Cancer 46' 34"

Scorpio New Moon

Scorpio New Moon - Starting Over

"Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better."

— Samuel Beckett

We move through a host of changes this week. We may or may not have found ourselves focused or concerned about The Greater Good over the past few weeks — that which is best for our family, tribe, or community. This week, as we reach Wednesday's Scorpio New Moon (8:01 AM 15° Scorpio), we begin to shift towards rediscovering our individuality and begin a process of individuation but within the revised framework developed under the retrograding Venus. Uranus retrogrades back into Aries for one more pass, encouraging us to revisit our need for individual expression. But now we have a new perspective on our values and personal relationships, which has changed our understanding of who we really are. The Scorpio New Moon encourages us to purge unworkable ideas and cut away dross and dead weight in order to make a fresh start. Jupiter joins Mercury in Sagittarius on Thursday and our optimism immediately begins to grow. The swirl of new ideas may become somewhat chaotic and our underlying support structures are challenged. Self-discipline is necessary to stay organized. While stubborn, individual determination is encouraged by the Sun in Scorpio, we also need to maintain our awareness of how the framework of our values and relationships has changed. In the cascading rush to reassert our individual perspective within this new framework, we cannot forget that the ideas and perspectives of others must still be honored and respected. Determination is strong this week, even if confidence dips from time to time. In truth, the dips in confidence may actually be blessings because it may help us to avoid running roughshod over others. The latter part of the week brings a marvelous Venus-Mars trine just as Venus reaches the station point to turn direct on the 16th. Our new values and the new framework of our relationships begins to fall into place in pleasant and surprising ways. Nonetheless, our support structure will be tested and we will need to do our best to stay grounded.

We may feel as though we have a very steep mountain to climb on Sunday as the Moon squares Saturn but by staying balanced, our focus will shift to action. Challenges continue Monday morning but confidence builds throughout the day, especially if we can adjust to the changing dynamics of our relationships. Tuesday's Scorpio Moon encourages stubborn determination but we need to pay attention to the needs and perspectives of others. Wednesday's Scorpio New Moon brings a strong determination to make a fresh start. However, we should be prepared to tread carefully as we adapt to a new framework in our values and relationships. The Moon and Jupiter both arrive in Sagittarius on Thursday, boosting optimism significantly. However, Mercury squares Neptune, bringing the need to be very clear and specific or risk dissipating the optimism through a lack of self-discipline. The Venus-Mars trine on Friday offers marvelous opportunities to restore our comfort level within our most important relationships. Our confidence may dip a bit on Saturday and we could easily become susceptible to flattery. The need for grounding is clear but the confidence drop may help us to maintain self-discipline and stay productive and on-track.

Daily Astrological Currents - Scorpio New Moon - Weekly Horoscope

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