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Lunar Forecasts for March 17 to April 15, 2018

Lunar Forecast for the

NEW MOON in PISCES

This Forecast in effect
March 17 to 31, 2018

The Lunar Forecasts give Daily Horoscopes a greater context.

What journey have you been on in the last 8 years? Where in your life have you been struggling with the unknown? Fighting to hold onto your faith in life? Surrendering to a path of healing deep wounds? Having to accept something that seemed impossible to endure? That journey is approaching a turn this year, where you'll gradually go from feeling like you're just treading water and going nowhere, to swimming with the accelerating current down a racing river.

This is a good time to collect your strength, refocus your intentions and motivation, and gather your wits and awareness for what lies ahead. You've probably come farther in those 8 years than you realize, even if you don't feel you've accomplished what you set out to do. It may help to look around you, at your life and at the world, and see not only what circumstances have changed but also how your understanding and attitude about them have grown.

As much as you are on the cusp of change, it's important not to force it too much too soon. That's where your heightened intuition and psychic senses will be valuable, since they can help you know when to wait and when to move forward. Be aware, too, that it's good to detach from the outcome—not to dismiss or give up on what you want to happen, but to live in a relaxed, calm centre where you can have an open dialogue with your inner awareness and watch for signs of the rising current.

Lunar Forecast for the

FULL MOON in LIBRA

This Forecast in effect
March 31 to April 15, 2018

The Lunar Forecasts give Daily Horoscopes a greater context.

You might need to choose between two (or more?) the proverbial rock and the hard place. Neither choice seems ideal, and each will have consequences and implications that you may prefer to avoid. Moving forward with either choice means giving up something that you would get with the other option. It can be easy to get stuck either in indecision or in a polarized, extreme, all-or-nothing way of seeing the situation. Neither is likely to be very helpful.

What is needed is a strategy or methodology of some kind that will help to get you stabilized and grounded in a practical solution that you can live with. Rather than going for immediate results versus long-term fulfilment, it may be more helpful to think in terms of putting pieces of a puzzle together. Watch for an option puts a piece into place which, even if it doesn't resolve a current dilemma, will lay the foundation for something else to be added later—something that is currently out of reach. Alternatively, there might be something you can do now that, while not bringing you closer to your goal, can bring some short-term relief and help you see more clearly what needs to come next.

Rather than looking only at the obvious choices, you might also try using your innovative imagination. This could help you break out of a limited viewpoint and discover new or better alternatives. Don't wait for life to bring these new ideas to you—they have already crossed your path. Look to the recent past to find fresh possibilities that put a new spin on the situation. These ideas will probably work best if you find unconventional or indirect ways to apply them. Remember that although you may see a new way to proceed, it will probably require a winding, twisty path to get from there to here rather than a straight line.

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