Daily Astrology for Monday April 5 | AspenTimes.com

Daily Astrology for Monday April 5

Daily Astrology for Monday April 5

We begin the week with a Full Moon, with the Sun in Aries and the Moon in Libra. (Note that Full Moon means that the Moon is in the opposite sign to the Sun,, by definition.) So this one gets us to confront the “Opposite” parts of us – the Aries energy which is very independent to do things alone, and the Libra part that wants company, relationship and partnership. Which wins and why, in a given situation?

That is the issue we will all be again looking at…. when do I put me first, when do I act alone, when do I work with others and consider them, or not, and so on.

As well today there is magic in the air to take action on our psychic knowing and seeing. This includes huge energy to break out and create more choice and freedom – a big theme for us all for the next two weeks.

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