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Lunar Forecasts for February 4 to March 6, 2019

Lunar Forecast for the


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February 4 to 19, 2019

The Lunar Forecasts give Daily Horoscopes a greater context.

You’re probably asking yourself which way you should turn right now. With this first New Moon of the New Year, it’s time to innovate and make some changes for sure. But don’t throw out the old you while you do it. Is there a way to incorporate a new change into something you have been doing to make it more effective? You may feel like you need to chuck it all out and start completely fresh, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Combinations of old and new can re-invigorate you and push you forward now.

As you put together your thoughts and ideas, you’ll find it’s easier if you start off with a “pie in the sky” concept and work your way backward toward reality. Dreaming is a nice escape, but follow it up with concrete steps to make your new year one of the best ones yet.

Finally, don’t go too fast! The potential for accidents is moderate to high over the next two weeks. Don’t take things for granted and beware of your surroundings before diving into action. Rash, unexpected behavior could have some extremely negative consequences at this time, so please be patient as you implement your new plans.

Rev. John Marani, our guest writer for the Aquarius New Moon's Lunar Forecast, is a certified professional astrologer (NCGR-1) and certified Tarot Master. He holds a diploma from the Midwest School of Astrology and speaks regularly on tarot and astrology to regional conferences and meetings. His blog, Metaphysical Meanderings, covers astrology, tarot, and other related topics. You can also find him on Facebook and Twitter.

Lunar Forecast for the


This Forecast in effect
February 19 to March 6, 2019

The Lunar Forecasts give Daily Horoscopes a greater context.

If you're feeling a bit overwhelmed by a million little things, all of which are demanding your time and attention, you're not alone! What to do first? What if it all seems equally important? How do you pick and choose? It's easy to get lost in the details if you believe that everything must be perfect, but the truth is that prioritizing will not only help you organize what you're trying to do, it can also make the results better.

So: what are your priorities? Some are going to be purely pragmatic. You can't do C until you do B first, and doing B requires that you do A first. It may help to write it all down, or maybe use recipe cards so you can move them around and try out different arrangements. Start with the end result you're aiming for. What must be put into place in order to get there? What do those things need? You get the idea. Other priorities will be more intuitive and subjective. Schedule in some breaks and rewards to make the journey more fulfilling. Maybe you get flashes of insight that seem to contradict the logic, but might turn out to be exactly what you need.

Prioritizing doesn't have to mean you throw away everything but the big stuff; it just means getting a clearer idea of what you're doing and how to go about it. Giving more attention to the most important stuff, while letting the less important stuff be just "okay," can give your project the contrast it needs to show what you're doing in the best light. Remember: you are the CEO of your life, so even if you have conflicting demands or options or opportunities, you don't have to give all of them equal time; you only need to decide what's more important to create the end result you're looking for.

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