Lunar Forecast Archives January to February 2015

Lunar Forecasts for January 20 to February 18, 2015

Lunar Forecast for the

NEW MOON in AQUARIUS

This Forecast in effect
January 20 to February 3, 2015

The Lunar Forecasts give Daily Horoscopes a greater context.

Make a wish! Make a vision. Create an image of where you want to be in the future. Think about the possibilities of where you could be down the road. Do you like what you see? Are you heading in a direction that will take you where you want to go? If not, this might be a wake-up call telling you to adjust your direction, change your mode of transportation, or review what values, beliefs and attitudes you're fuelling your journey with.

You're going through a continuation of a longer process that began last November by stirring up a lot of stuff that you need to let go of or repurpose. Like a skateboard where you have to push yourself along with your foot a few times before you get up the momentum to cruise along steadily, these few months have required you to push forward in different ways. You're at the last pushing off point and from here your intentions of these months will start to come together.

So take a closer look at what kind of expectations, beliefs and baggage you're carrying into the journey with you. There may be some attitudes you need to let go of so that they don't interfere or steer you off course. Or you might try repositioning some insights, hopes, fears or distractions so that your intention becomes more streamlined and effective. This adjustment process is best done over the next few weeks, after which you will be in a better position to set your sights more clearly on your chosen destination.

Lunar Forecast for the

FULL MOON in LEO

This Forecast in effect
February 3 to 18, 2014

The Lunar Forecasts give Daily Horoscopes a greater context.

This could feel like a time of irritation, restlessness, frustration or "one step forward, two steps back." For every green light there may seem to be a red light waiting on the other side of the intersection. This can generate a lot of doubts, questions and hesitation, and how you respond to these can make a big difference in where you end up. If you dismiss these doubts out of hand, you will miss some new awareness or insight that is hidden behind them. If you take that insecurity on face value then you could get lost inside a hall of mirrors where everything and nothing about who you are looks true or real.

As much as that might sound a bit scary, this is actually an amazing opportunity to gain rare insight, expand your awareness and find greater meaning and purpose in your life. A lot of this revolves around your self-image and whether your self-confidence gets stifled by self-doubt or whether it swings to the other extreme through ego inflation. The question becomes: Are you filled with confidence and well-being because you're connected to something greater than yourself or because your self-image is greater than yourself?

You are challenged to reach out to something greater than yourself, which is a good working definition of spirituality, no matter what your beliefs are. The path from here to there is not likely to be a straight line, however. The road meanders, twists and turns, and may seem to lead you away from a better understanding of who you are and your place in the world. Looking within is an important resource right now, but bring it back to the outside world to test your insights and theories. Alternatively, it's also about looking beyond yourself to people and situations that have nothing directly to do with you, yet which impact you and how you see yourself. Remember that ambiguity is not something you need to take personally – it just is. And even if you feel uncertainty or insecurity inside of yourself, this doesn't—and shouldn't—define who you are.

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