The worker-bee Capricorn Moon suggests that activities with a purpose are the most productive.
You may feel thwarted in the early morning, either because a responsibility defeats a desire or your thrust forward is not in synch with the overall mood. Regardless, doggedly keep on the most important course.
If you’re defeated, then that’s all there is. When setbacks occur, it’s important to refocus otherwise nothing ever comes of a goal.
That may not mean jumping right back on the horse; sometimes you have to walk out the stiffness, feed the horse an apple and receive a hug.
There might be too many options to settle on the right one immediately. Yet if you wait too long, you’ll lose the momentum. Flip a coin, set a pendulum in motion and decide; if you have to adjust course later, you will have learned along the way.
What you want to avoid is to rue any loss for an extended period of time. To do so only promotes a sense of defeat. Go forward! Set tasks in motion before the moon goes void of course/voc* at 2:50 p.m.
The Moon enters Aquarius at 5:40 p.m. We lean towards tomorrow’s Full Moon and the need to integrate increases.
This is a good night for networking and to build community. There may be a bit of friction in the early evening: a “disconnect” between what nurtures you and what you want… for example, you go to restaurant for your favorite dish and they are out of it, or the new chef does not make it the way you like.
Don’t let it ruin your night- there are other ways to get your needs met. There’s a deeper thread, which is about self-expression within the group.
*Moon VOC/Void-of-Course… in Capricorn, organizing and filing is like a well-oiled clock. Goals are on the mind, but when the list is too long, achievement is slight. Make a list and put it away to prioritize another day. You might also like to garden or finish up any loose end from work.