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Lunar Forecasts for February 23 to March 24, 2020

Lunar Forecast for the

NEW MOON in PISCES

This Forecast in effect
February 23 to March 9, 2020

The Lunar Forecasts give Daily Horoscopes a greater context.

So, life has been a struggle lately and you're wondering how you can get through it in one piece? Or maybe life has brought exciting challenges but the effort required to make it all happen feels too heavy at times? Although there's a lot of heavy energy in the skies right now, it is a time when much can be accomplished. For best results, get focused in your intentions and then put them into action one step at a time. Remember that things don't usually go in a straight line, so if life seems to be two steps forward, one step back, it helps to be patient—especially for the next couple of weeks.

The next few weeks you have a chance to collect some resources—material, emotional, spiritual, physical—that can provide some extra support as you move through your challenges toward your goals. It could be new ideas or intuitive insights or opportunities to just relax and recharge your batteries for a while.

Keep an eye out for experiences and ideas that inspire a sense of higher purpose, greater meaning and renewed faith in life. These may be soothing or enjoyable in the moment, but also carry a seed of encouragement that can grow into something bigger when you actually do something with them. It doesn't have to be anything dramatic, just take the feeling or energy or insight and apply it in some concrete way. Do something different: write down an inspiring quote and tape to the bathroom mirror, or find something symbolic that reminds you of a flash of insight and keep it on your desk, or sing a song to yourself that expresses that feeling, and so on.

Lunar Forecast for the

FULL MOON in VIRGO

This Forecast in effect
March 9 to 24, 2020

The Lunar Forecasts give Daily Horoscopes a greater context.

Times are stressful these days, and it's super important to take care of yourself. The question is how to do that in a way that's effective without putting your life into a straitjacket of rigid routines. It may be best to make gradual changes that take small steps that progressively move you further toward your goal of better health, less stress, increased rewards and enduring stability. Changes are rarely easy, so you need to figure a way to make it happen in a way that will minimize backsliding or discouragement. Stick to the plan and trust the process.

On the other hand, there's always something inside that wants to rip off the routine and go running naked in freedom, going with the flow and enjoying the spontaneity of following your impulses. If you're trying to break old habits, this can look like it will promise to return pleasure, comfort and ease to your life, compared to the discipline, restraint and struggle required to make the change. And unless you have a vivid sense of inspired motivation pulling you forward, you'll need a way to remind yourself what you're doing it all for. For example, pull out your journal (or start one!) and write down why your life isn't working well for you right now and what effect it's having on you; describe what needs to change and how; and what skills and resources you'll need to make it happen.

You might find you're a bit undecided about whether to make the change or go back to what's familiar. Don't take this as weakness or a failure on your part – rather, it's an excellent opportunity to examine all the different voices inside you that have different feelings about it all. You can't make a change if you're being blindsided or sabotaged by hidden feelings that you haven't acknowledged. So this is a time to get to know all the inner parts of who you are – your feelings, fears, hopes and dreams – which will help you make an executive decision, reassure your dissenting voices, and reward your successes.

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