STAR CODES

Pasatiempo - - Mixed Media - Heather Roan-Rob­bins www.roan­rob­bins.com

Feel a shift in the winds as Uranus en­ters Aries tonight and be­gins a new 84-year cy­cle. Uranus’ theme is “and now for some­thing com­pletely dif­fer­ent.” It has been ac­tive in ma­jor as­pects for the last three years and now en­ters our most in­tense sign.

Uranus can turn our life up­side down, as we see in a few celebri­ties blaz­ing out right now — or in more sub­tle ways, of­fer­ing us op­por­tu­ni­ties to find a hid­den or un­der­used part of our­selves. It can leave us a lit­tle wor­ried or un­cer­tain, as change of­ten does, and we need to be pa­tient while we de­cide what we’re go­ing to do.

Over the next few weeks, we can ex­pect Uranus to trig­ger cat­alytic events that may feel chaotic for a while but cre­ate the room to birth a new phase. Maybe we re­ar­range the fur­ni­ture, cre­at­ing a tem­po­rary chaos while we find new places. Maybe we haul out­moded con­cepts of re­la­tion­ship habits and re­ar­range them in a new form, or no­tice how new tech­nolo­gies transform our work. Or maybe we be­gin to change our whole lives and the com­mu­nity around us. Uranus in Aries is not pa­tient and loves a good fight; as a cul­ture, we’ll be more ready to jump into the ar­gu­ment and less will­ing to back down for the next eight years.

The week­end be­gins rip­pling with nerves and pos­si­bil­i­ties, but back off the pres­sure early next week. We get moody or just need time as Mer­cury squares Pluto. Whispers of de­pres­sion or dis­cour­age­ment call to us, but we don’t have an­swers. By the end of the week, new op­por­tu­ni­ties open where the way was blocked; look again and look down un­ex­pected paths. Be in the heart of it, im­mersed in life and guid­ing events in a good way.

Fri­day, March 11: Un­der a nervy Gemini moon, talk­ing helps us deal with anx­i­ety or pres­sure. Im­por­tant things are brew­ing, and we ei­ther want to be a part of them or to run away. Tonight sparks a trans­for­ma­tion. So­cia­ble as­pects en­cour­age us to gather and talk; feel the cre­ative buzz and con­nect.

Satur­day, March 12: Move fur­ni­ture, or­ga­nize a closet, start a gar­den, pull out the art sup­plies, or join a rally. We see what needs im­prove­ment and feel bet­ter once we’re do­ing some­thing about it. Watch a strong urge to purge — don’t waste re­sources un­nec­es­sar­ily. Sim­plify plans this evening.

Sun­day, March 13: Re­sis­tance kicks in. We may long for eas­ier times as a Cancer moon squares Uranus and Mer­cury squares Pluto. If trou­ble sits with us, we get self-pro­tec­tive in re­sponse. It may be hard to get the mes­sage through, but we need our real is­sues ad­dressed.

Mon­day, March 14: Peo­ple need to know we care about their well-be­ing be­fore they co­op­er­ate as the Cancer moon op­poses Pluto. An­swers are found in some­thing dif­fer­ent, not more of the same, as Venus semisquares Uranus. Avoid spout­ing off un­der stress tonight; tell the story sym­pa­thet­i­cally in­stead.

Tues­day, March 15: Melo­drama makes our point as the moon en­ters Leo and Mer­cury con­juncts Jupiter. The mood is gen­er­ous and far hori­zons can look glo­ri­ous, but we may naively un­der­es­ti­mate the pit­falls. Be gen­er­ous with in­for­ma­tion, heart, and the ca­pac­ity to lis­ten.

Wed­nes­day, March 16: Ex­press things freely but honor the con­se­quences. Over the next few weeks, the con­ver­sa­tion gets brighter, and life’s play moves into full swing. Fol­low up on all leads now.

Thurs­day, March 17: We have doubts and con­cerns; if we look care­fully, we find flaws in any plan. See the hu­mor this af­ter­noon, and avoid get­ting mean-spir­ited in the name of truth­ful­ness. Later, an es­capist mood takes over as Mer­cury chal­lenges Nep­tune. Avoid crazy driv­ers.

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