Aries Sun, Pisces Moon

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While you’re fueled by making an impact, you’re also nourished by remaining boundless. Your heart requires a connection with all of life, but simultaneously there’s a need to relinquish wholly identifying with anything in particular. Your Sun/Moon blend speaks softly, but carries a big stick and it’s strength is often displayed through just the right amount of yielding and vulnerability to draw others in…. and then BAM!

The work of Aries (individuation, competition and going to battle) is done through the intangible realms of life associated with Pisces. The “light” of the Sun is refined in a place that most of us aren’t privy to see. Often, we ask ourselves how we can quantify or measure things like inspiration or imagination and the truth is: We can’t. And wouldn’t you know? This is the very “stuff” that feeds your soul.

There’s a part of you that really wants to get out into the world and see what you’re made of, and another which is perfectly content in remaining in the shadows-blending in. There’s a fire burning inside that reminds you that you can make a mark. However, you also know that this wouldn’t just be for you. Underneath any bravado is a deep concern for the welfare of other people. Whatever greatness that’s bestowed on you through staking your claim in the world clearly needs to be aligned with an ideal that’s larger in scope than a few complimentary words.

Surrender and flow are two words that must be etched into your vocabulary. Trusting the process of development works wonders for you as opposed to brute force. Your willingness to yield to the moment and all it has to offer can prove to be of great benefit. To employ your intuition as a means of informing your action is a wise move. That feeling in your gut is more than last night’s dinner and it’s important that you pay attention. You may not have everything figured out to the last degree, but there’s a message there that you need to heed.

Also important is the need to establish and maintain an inner sanctuary where you can retreat in order to process and distill the feelings you absorb in your sponge-like core. Periodic withdrawals for you are not selfish, but rather in your self-interest.

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