solareclipseThe Picses New Moon occurs on 3/20/15 with a Solar Eclipse at 5:36 a.m. ET.

Like last month, this new moon occurs at a “critical degree” although not as extreme. However, the fact that it’s an eclipse, gives it more bite. Basic eclipse astrology can be found at this link.

Because of subtle support symbolized by Saturn, you may have more traction for your idea, goal or project than you may think. Don’t worry so much about the “how” but get crystal clear on the “what” and “why” before the eclipse occurs. This helps provide the substance to make it a reality.

©Cucinell 2013

©Cucinell 2013

This New Moon’s Sabian Symbol** is absolutely perfect for the substantive foundation it offers: “A Majestic Rock Formation Resembling A Face Is Idealized By A Boy Who Takes It As His Ideal Of Greatness, And As He Grows Up, Begins To Look Like It.”.

The image encourages you to create something concrete as your ideal: a vision board, an inspirational quote tacked to your monitor or an object you see daily that reminds you of what you want to achieve.

Make it a big vision for “your greatness”. This allows you something tangible to reach for; it worked for the boy in today’s Sabian Symbol, and it can work for you.

Sometimes doing the ritual of an abundance check helps to channel that desire to “do something”- many people find this a powerful exercise to do at the New Moon For abundance check information…

Moon goes void-of-course/voc* at 5:36 a.m.

The Moon enters Aries at 6:28 a.m. Traditional astrology cautions on initiating anything so close to a Solar Eclipse, but it may be hard to wait with the cardinal fire energy crackling.

The good news is that if you feel compelled to begin, there is a tremendously supportive infrastructure that falls into place for those who are prepared to launch. It is still advisable to wait a couple of days (and the week that follows has terrific “good days” for taking initiative). Use this time to lay out strategies and forge relationships built on trust. If you can’t hold back, it’s probably in your nature to do so: be prepared to hold on tight as the shifts fall into place.

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The Spring Equinox takes place at 6:45 p.m. with the Sun’s entrance into Aries. The start of spring occurs when the Sun enters the first sign of the zodiacal wheel; so it symbolizes another New Year to begin again. For many people, spring does bring promise.

Aries is the pioneer, excited by new terrains and fresh experiences. Coupled with the New Moon momentum, the Equinox creates catalystic push that makes it hard to hold back. Let your comfort level be your guide as to when you take action.

*Moon VOC/Void-of-Course… in Pisces, creativity may be high, if one is already in the midst of a project. Inspiration is more fluid than electric. Any business meeting is a true waste of time, unless it is solely for creative play. Focus is nonexistent, so people feel unwell when asked to do pay attention. Instead, meditate, reflect and do conscious prayer-work or volunteer activities.
** We are still in the process of understanding the Sabian symbols, which were channeled in 1925.

The spiritualist astrologer Marc Edmund Jones, took Elsie Wheeler, a clairvoyant confined to a wheelchair to a San Diego park with a project. He put a symbol for each of the 360° of the zodiacal wheel on 360 cards. She proceeded to come up with visual phrases for each one of them. They were done in random order and they have a magic that is hard to decipher, yet feels totally right.

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