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by Lynn Hayes.  This is written for Eastern time zone – please adjust accordingly for your own part of the world.


For those of you seeking an easier way to navigate through any emotional turmoil that Chiron and Neptune are stirring up, your answer comes this morning with a fast-moving transit of the Moon in a trine to both planets.  Beginning at 8:15 am until around noon, the Moon will open our hearts to any part of ourselves that is still smarting from old wounds, and facilitate the process of healing.  “That which we can feel, we can heal” is a tried and true adage and this is what Chiron is all about.  

There is also tremendous creativity at work here, and the opportunity to open all of our creative centers.  When we hide from our emotions, we can’t pick and choose.  If we hide from our anger, we also hide from love. The more we allow ourselves to dive into the waters (Neptune) of our emotional anguish (Chiron), if that is our experience, the more we release old wounds that bind us, and the more our creativity and awareness is released as well.

This dynamic is energized with the trine of the Moon to Mars which culminates at around 6:30 pm EDT, giving us the courage to complete the process of healing.  We may dislike this difficult process of healing, but it is a thousand times easier than living in pain for the rest of our lives.  

Tonight the Moon enters Scorpio at 11:20 pm, followed by a harmonious sextile to Pluto at 2 am tomorrow, a “double whammy” of Plutonic energy that deepens our emotional courage and gives us a burst of power and focus.  
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