Weekly Astrology Forecast January 4 – 10, 2021

Excerpt from PatreonThe major movement of the week though goes to Mars who finally enters Taurus also on January 6. This changes the way we approach our goals. Most importantly, it gives us a change of pace. Mars in Aries was ‘fast and furious’ – or just furious whilst it was retrograde! Whilst the long retrograde period gave us time to reassess what we wanted and realign ourselves with our goals, the heat in the atmosphere was palpable. Mars in Taurus is more considered, less impetuous, less impulsive. Now we think (or procrastinate!) before we act. We expend energy on practical issues – money, bills, keeping a roof over our head and food on the table. We get passionate about gardening, addressing the climate emergency or building muscle. Whatever fires us up, remember this is a slow burn. There’s no need to rush. Pace yourself. Also, what was started whilst Mars in Aries, is now given shape and form, made tangible. In any area of life, the message is apply effort consistently if you want to see results. Mars will be in Taurus until March 4, 2021.

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This Week’s Major Aspects

04-Jan-21 Mercury square Eris
Information brings discord. Chaotic communication. The dominoes effect.

05-Jan-21 Mercury conjunct Pluto
Deep conversation. Powerful truth emerges. Obsessions.

06-Jan-21 Last Quarter Moon in Libra. Mars enters Taurus
Renegotiate boundaries. Make room for compromise. Slow down. Focus on practicalities.

07-Jan-21 No major aspects

08-Jan-21 Mercury enters Aquarius, Venus enters Capricorn
Connect with friends. Open discussion. Respect each other’s position. Work towards a collective vision.

09-Jan-21 Mercury square Mars. Venus trine Mars
Arguments. Using words as weapons. Frustration.
Drop into your heart to take the sting out of the situation.

10-Jan-21 Mercury conjunct Saturn. Eris stations direct
Slow down your thoughts. Take time before you answer. Drop denial. Confront the reality.

Painting – Anne Rider, Sister of John Smith, Speaker of the House of Commons by John Riley