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Thursday, April 8, 2021
The Pisces moon forms a sweet aspect to unpredictable Uranus this morning, which could lead to small yet pleasant surprises. Take account of your surroundings when you wake up and look for some beauty in the world. It's likely to brighten your day and help you reconnect with your gratitude.

The vibe could get a little sticky when the moon forms a harsh t-square with the nodes of fate this afternoon. You might feel as though you're trapped in the past and unable to move forward, or issues from days gone by could pop up to cause problems in the present. There's a lot of karma happening in this cosmic climate, so remember to center yourself and breathe before making any important decisions or engaging in emotionally charged situations.

To further complicate the issue, a harsh aspect between Neptune and Mars tomorrow could put a damper on motivation or leave you uncertain about what you really want. Dreams may feel out of reach right now, but it's important to remember that this energy is only temporary.

Luckily, it's not all a mess in the cosmos right now! Mercury aligns with the healing asteroid Chiron overnight. This aspect gives you a chance to put yourself first, face your fears, and realign with your personal desires. You'll want to use this as an opportunity to talk about your plans for the future. This can help you find your way through any confusion or funk created by the planetary atmosphere.
Important planetary aspects of the day:
Moon quincunxes Sun; Moon trines Uranus; Mercury opposes Pluto.... Read More
Recommended attitudes/ strategies for the day:
Avoid sticking your neck in matters that don't concern you; be... Read More
Activities that are highly favoured:
Performing remedial prayers; repairing water-storage areas; gathering... Read More
Activities that are preferably avoided:
Surgery on the thighs; lending/ borrowing money; long journeys.... Read More
General numerological guidance for the day:
1, 4, and 7 borns will enjoy better luck than others; 8 and 9... Read More