Mars has moved out of the fixed sign of Taurus and into the land of Gemini. In Gemini land, we quite often find ourselves saying “well on the other hand” or “well what about this?”. The twins are curious, inquisitive and can represent duality. Mercury rules Gemini which is the fastest moving Planet and as an air sign it lives in the mental realm, leading us to find ourselves with lots of ideas and interests during this time. Mars governs our will and motivates us to make things happen. We may find ourselves coming up with so many options and a desire to do it all! Or we may become overwhelmed with all the information and potential options that we don’t do anything. The idea is to be an explorer who keeps an open mind and can quickly receiving and exchange information, not getting too fixated on any particular idea, becoming at risk of not being able to entertain new concepts. You gotta “go with the flow” and at the moment that flow will be potentially a quick stream. On the other end of that river is Saturn who is retrograde in Sagittarius. Saturn will caution us to try to come up with some overall theory, belief system or reason for it all rather than just taking it as it comes with too much frivolity. We may have some information come to light that we had not thought of before. Mercury is also in Gemini helping to open the floodgates for new information and a variety of possibilities.
The waning Pisces Moon meets up with Neptune today. Luna is receiving insights from the Planet of Spiritual Consciousness, and connection to the ALL or Universal “oneness”. Our emotional state may be more sensitive as well as more compassionate as we are prompted to “live in the NOW” for truly each breath is a gift and the past is gone and the future is not here, so live NOW! And in that NOW space, drop in and feel connected to everything from the littlest ant to the largest galaxy. As the Moon becomes entranced, Mercury will be prodding it to keep the mind busy and not drift into a meditative state for too long.
So pay attention to what draws your interest and your curiosity, and follow those breadcrumbs with great passion for you never know where the road may lead.