Lunar Forecast Archives February to March 2015

Lunar Forecasts for February 18 to March 20, 2015

Lunar Forecast for the

NEW MOON in AQUARIUS (#2)

This Forecast in effect
February 18 to March 5, 2015

The Lunar Forecasts give Daily Horoscopes a greater context.

This is a time to think for yourself, to resist the urge to simply follow along with what everyone else is thinking, feeling or doing. You have a rare chance to look beyond the usual and see implications, visions and hope that few others around you will "get." If they don't, resist the urge to judge them for it – they have their own unique view on life that they're discovering right now too. It's better to focus on the common thread between you – that although you're seeing different views, there's an energy in the air of exploring new ideas and stretching beyond our usual awareness.

Being yourself in this way could be a bit of a lonely business, since you might have to forego the reward of hearing approval and applause from the people you would like to provide that positive feedback. However, you might discover a connection with people whom you don't normally associate with or find common ground with. Resist the urge to get stuck in isolation or feeling out of sync, and instead keep looking for like-minded people who can help you clarify what you are beginning to understand.

This is a time when you may need to let go of things, situations, beliefs, assumptions or even friends that are not able to support you in the journey you are just beginning now. At the very least, you will probably need to reassess what your priorities are and what is the most important to you. Listen to your intuition and instincts about this, and then use common sense to guide you along your best path.

Lunar Forecast for the

FULL MOON in VIRGO

This Forecast in effect
March 5 to 20, 2015

The Lunar Forecasts give Daily Horoscopes a greater context.

Get ready for the final push! You've been going through a process of development and growth for the last 5 months, and you're coming down to the wire. Think of it as steps you take as you run across the grass before you get enough wind resistance to fly a kite. You're almost there. Whatever you've been struggling to get off the ground is about to launch in the next 1-2 months. You're in the last steps before liftoff.

What's called for now is to dig into the details of your plan or your goal. What haven't you remembered? What's missing? Play out the end result in your head. What will it look like when it has become real? Is there any way you could make it better? More efficient? More cost effective? (in money, energy or time) This is the time to find a practical balance between the vision or dream that you hope will happen and the reality of what is likely.

On the other hand, if your life seems like it's been careening toward a cliff edge and you fear your dream is becoming more like a nightmare, this is a time to examine the problem from all angles to see how you can make a difference in it. It's good to look at the big picture with its potential (both good and bad), but don't let yourself get overwhelmed to the point where you give up. It's also good to look at the details to see where things go wrong, what happens that makes it worse and what might be changed along the way that could even make a small difference (which can grow into a bigger improvement) – but don't get so lost and overwhelmed by the minutia that you give up either. This is about finding a balance and doing what needs to be done to make things better – small changes, lots of patience, willingness to be adaptable and stick with the plan.

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