Monday, September 25, 2017

TMAstrology for Tue-Wed Sept 26-27

TMAstrology for Tues-Wed Sept 26-27: Stars say there's a sudden release of tension in this time period, and/or a change of direction in a nerve-wracking situation. Or even a change of direction in a not so nerve-wracking situation. Beverages that sooth nerves are recommended. Like, you know, chamomile tea, or something .... (perfect photo for this pattern provided by Gratisography).

Friday, September 15, 2017

Fighting words on Sat Sept 16

TMAstrology for Saturday, Sept 16th: Head's up as Mercury, god of communication, joins Mars, god of war. If you think that sounds like "fighting words," you're right. The alignment happens in Virgo, so people are apt to be particularly persnickety. Advice? Make sure we put the toothpaste cap back on like our partner has asked us to do (particularly if they're a Virgo) and cut everyone a bit of slack. (Especially if we're a Virgo). Positive way to use this alignment?--clean, dust, and um, organize. (Note to self).

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Sept Full Moon Equine Astrology Tip of the Day

Wed, September 6 Equine Astrology Tip of the Day: Mercury is now direct (moving forward) but today's Full Moon says forward motion is still subject to unfolding in ways we didn't plan. As long as we don't *expect* precision, we'll do fine.

Sept 6 Full Moon TMAstrology

TMAstrology for the September Full Moon (Wed Sept 6, 2017): Mercury is no longer retrograde (yay!) so projects, plans, schedules and communication all get moving forward more easily now. Which would be great if they weren’t about to run smack into a pattern that increases mistakes and errors of judgement. Throw in an extra dose of passive aggressive energy, and we’ve got a great Full Moon under which to take a hike, drink some wine, read a good book and avoid decisions that require clear, concise thinking. I’d also avoid people who try to appear harmless but frequently bite. “I’m just doing my job,” is never an excuse for nasty behavior. The only good excuse for that is if our sibling really won’t stop looking at us--and we’re both under the age of six.
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