Look out for themes of correct information and clearer understanding, eg a reality check, what or who is never going to change, what you can or can’t do about a situation, realizing that any decision is better than none.
The Astrological Picture of Coronavirus, a Neptunian Full Moon, Mercury’s Turning Point and Staying on Track
It’s incredibly quick and easy to get spooked at the moment. Neptunian energy is brilliant at escalating things, to the point where perspective disappears. So it’s worth putting in our own boundaries in this respect too. For example, 9 million people live in London. 26 of them have coronavirus. Or, as one article that I read last week put it, if you’re under 50 and not living in China then you are more likely to win the lottery than you are of getting infected.
There’s still a lot of complexity unfolding, especially as Mercury is still retrograde and still repeating a series of aspects that were first formed in February. These aspects repeat for the third and final time in April, after Mercury goes direct (on 28 March).
In terms of learning lessons, however, retrograde Mercury is often a time of trial and error, when we find out what works and what doesn’t, up to the point when we experience something that makes us resolve, “I won’t be making that mistake again!” This can relate to major life issues and decisions, or just the little things that can make life more stressful than it need be.
The Astrology Blog 25 January 2016 Followers of astrology will know that today marks the important event of Mercury switching to direct motion after three weeks of being retrograde. Not blogging for the past two weeks is one showing of the communication planet being awol, and on this occasion it’s been for the saddest…