Mars is now in its home sign of Aries where it is at its best. We are more aggressive, independent, courageous, and combative. We have more energy to do the things that excite us. We are more spontaneous and will confront others about long festering issues. This weekend the Moon will join Mars creating some very powerful moments. The Moon conjunct Mars causes us to have strong feelings that influence our opinions and decisions. The United States has Aries in the fourth house, the house of home and family. The United States is our home and our fellow citizens are our family.
Mars here is the defender of our country as our home and the moon gives us the inspiration to back it up. We may continue to see conflicts this weekend. Can we try our best to find a balance between our own emotions and those of others? Can we try to see why those we may oppose feel so strongly as well? Try to channel the inspiring side of Mars in Aries and whenever anger or frustration grows, take a step back. Let us learn to use Mars for good and use its position as defender and protector of the weak as a force to motivate rather than intimidate. Mars in Aries might create conflict, but at the end of the day it is here to motivate, inspire and keep us believing in positive changes for the future. The Sun is still in Cancer, the sign of the nurturing mother. She promises there is enough love in this country for all of us!
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The Daily Horoscope for Leo...
Mars wants you to make some personal changes in your beliefs. This could be looking for higher education or for a mentor. It will be a very interesting period for all of us, but you will see some shifts in your philosophy as you launch a new stage in your life.
Weekly Horoscope for Leo
Your Daily Tao
The Tao, eternally nameless
Its simplicity, although imperceptible
Cannot be treated by the world as subservient
If the sovereign can hold on to it
All will follow by themselves
Heaven and Earth, together in harmony
Will rain sweet dew
People will not need to force it; it will adjust by itself
In the beginning, there were names
Names came to exist everywhere
One should know when to stop
Knowing when to stop, thus avoiding danger
The existence of the Tao in the world
Is like streams in the valley into rivers and the ocean