Making Healthier Choices: Virgo New Moon

Much like February’s Supermoon in Virgo, August’s second New Moon holds the promise of a major personal reboot – provided we’re willing to put in the work necessary to make things happen.

Self-improvement, healthier habits and increasing personal wellness are all major themes for the coming month, thanks to the stellium of planets congregating in Virgo to help welcome in this fresh lunar cycle. They, along with the luminaries will be making a series of positive aspects to Uranus in Taurus, adding an exciting and slightly unpredictable air and encouraging us to step out of our comfort zones. If you’ve been itching to change things up in a big way, then this is your moment! Set your intentions precisely and with purpose.

This is earth trine energy, which should make things flow really smoothly. Although shifts may not happen overnight, they will fall into place in a stable and consistent way, and more importantly, have the potential to really last (which is not something we can say about all Uranus transits, let’s be honest!)

Uranus is also retrograde, so there may well be links to the past. Think back what occurred in February 2019 close to the Mars-Uranus conjunction for clues about what areas from your past may need attention or healing between now and the next New Moon. See this as a opportunity to rewrite your history.

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