The Full Moon is on Saturday, October 31 at 9:49 a.m. CDT in 8° Taurus. The high energy of the full moon is somewhat restrained by the practicality and responsibility of the earth sign Taurus. Also, Saturday's full moon is conjunct Uranus which brings unexpected changes of plan. Can you be both stable and flexible? That's one of the lessons learned from hatha yoga and other physical practices like tai chi. Even walking outside can be helpful, being aware of your feet being supported by the earth and your body limber and graceful. If you should get a lightning strike of hyper energy over the weekend, have a channel prepared for the lightning to follow i.e. a project you want to put some intensity into.
Note: Don't forget there's a time change this weekend in the US as we "fall back" an hour on November 1 @ 2 a.m.
Mercury goes direct on November 3 at 26° Libra. At this stationary point, be very careful with what you say and how you say it. There will likely be slowdowns and delays. Take provisions (and your mask!) for a long wait at the polls. Many astrologers and others predict that we won't know the full results of the US elections for several days. For most of us, a few days after the Mercury direct projects and plans that have been hung up for the past few weeks will start to take off.
My article in Yoga Chicago magazine "A Mindful Approach to Sorting Things Out" in the new Fall/Winter 2020 issue, includes a meditation practice based on the upcoming Jupiter Saturn conjunction in December.
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Marcia Sacks is an astrologer in the Kriya Yoga tradition.