by Roy Neal —
Roy Neal is a professional astrologer in the Denver area. If you would like to know more about how this month impacts you personally call Roy at 720-962-4633 and schedule an update of your individual birth chart.
We begin the month of March with a New Moon in the sign of Pisces on Wednesday, March 2. Pisces is a water sign so our ability to be sensitive to the needs of others will be necessary to help those who are less fortunate than ourselves. This is likely to include our friends and family members also.
Mars and Venus both enter the sign of Aquarius on Saturday, March 5. Aquarius is a sign of independence and originality. It will be interesting to witness the impact on our motivations involving our personal and social relationships. Group activities involving shared interests will become more popular.
Mercury enters Pisces on Wednesday, March 9. We may need to practice mindfulness and meditation to avoid confusion and misunderstandings in our communication with others.
The emphasis on clarity with others is enhanced as we approach the First Quarter Phase Moon in Gemini on Thursday, March 10. All personal, social and business relationships will be facilitated by skill in the art of communication.
A Full Moon in the sign of Virgo on Friday, March 18 invites us to seek out practical ways of increasing productivity in our work and financial affairs.
A more dynamic and proactive approach to our actions and activities starts to assert itself as the Sun enters the sign of Aries on Sunday, March 20. This event is known as the Spring Equinox. I will be sending out an article addressing the significance of the Spring season later in the month.
A Last Quarter Phase Moon occurs in Capricorn on Thursday, March 24. New commitments to our personal and business goals are favored. Success occurs through patience, persistence, creative problem solving and overcoming challenges.
Mercury enters the sign of Aries on Sunday, March 27. Assertive and authentic communication will promote clarity in our relationships with others. Healthy confrontations and differences of opinion will be common.