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Sun 02° Gemini 16' 24"
Moon 24° Scorpio 21' 21"
Mercury 09° Taurus 59' 54"
Venus 28° Taurus 50' 01"
Mars 17° Aries 01' 17"
Ceres 21° Capricorn 21' 54" 
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Pallas 28° Scorpio 07' 57" 
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Juno 08° Virgo 56' 56"
Vesta 18° Cancer 19' 18"
Jupiter 29° Taurus 16' 44"
Saturn 18° Pisces 15' 44"
Chiron 21° Aries 50' 54"
Uranus 23° Taurus 39' 18"
Neptune 29° Pisces 29' 37"
Pluto 02° Aquarius 00' 37" 
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TrueNode 14° Aries 47' 11" 
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Weekly Astrology Forecast: March 29 - April 4

The broad reorganization that was initiated by the last New Moon on March 20th becomes more visible this week. As we begin to develop a new vision, our level of ego investment increases and we need to guard against becoming too concerned about getting validation or approval from others. Defensiveness may be a concern if we feel the need to justify our individual creative vision. With our egos on the line, we could feel the need to try to control others or alter our vision in order to make ourselves look better. As we begin to pivot from inner seeking to outer expression we may be tempted to abandon anything that we don't think will be acceptable to others. Both Sunday and Monday will reveal any missteps in the process of sharing our vision with others. Tuesday suggests the possibility of embarrassment and exposure if we have misrepresented our ideas and intentions just to make ourselves look better. By Wednesday, the ego concerns settle down and we have a better opportunity for productive interaction. As we approach Saturday's Full Moon (5:05 AM PDT 14° Aries/Libra), a strong imperative to stake out a position may lead some to believe that they need to use brute force or unethical tactics in order to get their way. However, this lunar cycle is just the first round in a process of reorganization that will be ongoing, at least through the end of the year. We shouldn't make the mistake of sabotaging ourselves by building our foundation on dishonesty or misrepresentation. We continue to be challenged to maintain our own position while allowing others enough room to do the same.

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