NorthPoint Astrology Journal: Your guide to planetary energies ​November 8 to 14, 2021 By Pam Younghans




NorthPoint Astrology Journal

Your guide to planetary energies  November 8 to 14, 2021
By Pam Younghans
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Planetary Aspects of Note This Week
All times listed are Pacific Standard Time. For Greenwich Mean Time, add 8 hours.   
TUE: Mercury sesquiquadrate Neptune
WED: Mercury conjunct Mars, Mercury square Saturn, Mars square Saturn
THU: First Quarter Moon 4:46 a.m. PST, Mercury quincunx Chiron
FRI: Sun trine Neptune, Mars quincunx Chiron, Mars trine Pallas Athene
SAT: Mercury opposite Uranus
SUN: Venus semisquare Jupiter, Saturn trine Ceres


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Astrologer Pam Younghans writes the NorthPoint Journal based on planetary influences and insights received. Her hope is to bring astrology “down to earth” in a way that will help readers navigate current energies, while also utilizing these energies for spiritual and personal growth.   Feel free to share this NorthPoint Journal with others who may enjoy it! Please forward it in its entirety, including all contact and copyright information.  

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NorthPoint Journal: Your weekly guide to planetary influences for October 18 to 24, 2021 by Pam Younghans


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NorthPoint Journal:
Your weekly guide to planetary influences for October 18 to 24, 2021
by Pam Younghans

Planetary Aspects of Note This Week

All times listed are Pacific Daylight Time.

MON: Mercury stations direct 8:16 a.m. PDT, Mars trine Jupiter
TUE: Venus quincunx Uranus
WED: Full Moon 7:56 a.m. PDT
THU: Mars opposite Eris, Mars square Pluto
FRI: Sun enters Scorpio
SUN: Mercury quincunx Uranus



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NorthPoint Astrology Journal: Your guide to planetary energies September 27 to ​October 3, 2021 By Pam Younghans

NorthPoint Astrology Journal

Your guide to planetary energies 
September 27 to ​October 3, 2021
By Pam Younghans
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Aspects of Note this Week
All times are Pacific Daylight Time. Add 7 hours for Greenwich Mean Time.
MON: Mars sesquiquadrate Jupiter
TUE: Last Quarter Moon 6:57 p.m. PDT
WED: Venus trine Neptune, Sun trine Saturn
THU: Sun sesquiquadrate Jupiter, Venus square Jupiter
FRI: Mercury opposite Eris, Mars opposite Chiron, Mercury square Pluto
SAT: Venus sextile Pluto, Venus quincunx Eris, Sun semisquare Venus
SUN: Mars trine Ceres, Venus sesquiquadrate Chiron, Sun opposite Chiron, Mercury trine Jupiter

WE ARE EMBARKING on one of the steepest sections of this “final ascent” that is the last four months of 2021. This is a highly volcanic period, both literally and symbolically. The next six to eight weeks will be profoundly pivotal and life-changing, for individuals and for the global community.

The primary influence we’re working with throughout this time is the disruptive and eruptive Pluto-Eris square. This aspect was exact on August 27 and will perfect for the fifth and final time on October 8. We can imagine the August event as one peak in the mountain range, with next week’s square being an even higher summit.

Although the aspect isn’t exact to the degree until next week, this is one of those astrological influences that has effect for many months (and sometimes years) since it involves two planets that move very slowly through the zodiac. The first Pluto-Eris square occurred in early 2020, which means its lifeline has basically corresponded with the timeline of the pandemic. In fact, the dates of the exact square have correlated to times when the pandemic was at its greatest effect: January 2020 (when it first came into our awareness), June 2020, December 2020, August 2021, and now October 2021.

Pluto is said to “rule” viruses, which strengthens our belief that the Pluto-Eris square is closely involved in our pandemic experience. But it is in exploring the personal and social effects of this hard aspect that we gain a better understanding of its higher purposes.

TRANSITING PLUTO acts somewhat like a psychotherapist when it works with us. It digs deep into our psyches, revealing emotions and behaviors that have been running us from behind the scenes. The purpose of this often-uncomfortable process is to bring disempowering patterns into our awareness so that they no longer control us. 

Meanwhile, transiting Eris draws our attention to the experience of being discounted, rejected, and unfairly treated. This dwarf planet is known for stirring major controversies, based on the mythical goddess Eris’ role in starting the Trojan war.

As Pluto and Eris square each other, we are especially likely to feel deep-seated fear and anger due to situations that feel outside of our control. Interpersonal conflict, civil unrest, and other forms of social upheaval manifest as a result of the need to express and release those emotions. All of this occurs en route to fulfilling the positive potentials of this aspect, which include becoming aware of and transmuting our own shadow side, which ultimately can lead to greater personal empowerment and the ability to stand in our truth without needing to control others.

RETROGRADE MERCURY will be exactly opposite Eris and square Pluto this Friday, triggering the effects of the longer-term aspect we’ve just been discussing. This involvement of Messenger Mercury represents a “war of words” as major differences in perspective draw clear battle lines in the sand.

Due to Mercury’s retrograde phase, it is activating the Pluto-Eris square three times over the course of six weeks. The first activation was on September 22; the second is this Friday, October 1; and the third will be November 1-2. These three time periods are linked together energetically, which means we should see an unfolding of issues at each point that relate to a larger theme. Concerns that we work with during this time may not be fully resolved until after Mercury leaves its retrograde “shadow phase” on November 3.

Since Mercury is in Libra, the sign of lawsuits and justice, personal and business partnerships, negotiations and contracts, these are topics that are likely to dominate our thoughts and the news headlines during this time. And, with Mercury now moving backward, its aspects this Friday call for a review of policies that were recently implemented and words that were spoken not long ago.

HERE IS A LIST of the other significant aspects that occur this week, along with my brief interpretations of each:

Monday
Mars sesquiquadrate Jupiter: With Mars in litigious Libra and Jupiter in equality-minded Aquarius, the desire for justice is especially strong today and can inspire impulsive action.

Tuesday
Last Quarter Moon 6:57 p.m. PDT: Today we enter the last phase of the lunar cycle, which calls us to reflect on how our plans have unfolded since the Virgo New Moon on September 6. This seven-day period leading up to the Libra New Moon on October 6 is a time to let go of what we do not want to carry going forward, so that we can start the new lunar cycle with a clean slate.

Wednesday
Venus trine Neptune: We feel especially compassionate and idealistic with this influence. This is the best day of the week to have a conversation with a loved one about shared dreams and desires.
Sun trine Saturn: This stabilizing influence can help us to find our footing on otherwise slippery slopes.

Thursday
Jupiter sesquiquadrate the Sun and square Venus: Self-indulgence is strong with these aspects. If self-control is a problem for you, pay close attention to the wisdom of your choices today; otherwise, you may soon have buyer’s remorse, or wish you hadn’t had that extra piece of cake, or feel uncomfortable about having made a promise that you won’t be able to keep.

Friday
Mercury opposite Eris, Mercury square Pluto: These aspects are discussed earlier in today’s Journal.
Mars opposite Chiron: People are especially sensitive today if they feel ignored or treated unfairly. As a result, anger is quick to surface and there is a tendency to impulsive action.

Saturday
Venus semisquare Sun, sextile Pluto, quincunx Eris: Relationships go through an adjustment phase, but can also deepen in honesty and understanding.

Sunday
Mars trine Ceres: A strong desire to protect and care for loved ones.
Chiron sesquiquadrate Venus and opposite the Sun: People are especially sensitive today. We may take things very personally, causing angry exchanges or passive-aggressive actions.
Mercury trine Jupiter: With Mercury retrograde, this is our chance to have an inner conversation with ourselves, to discover what we really think and what we want to say before we have a verbal exchange with others.

“THE FINAL ASCENT”: If you missed my webinar covering the rest of 2021 – no worries! You can still purchase the video replay and calendars and learn about the energies we’ll be working with from now through January. Please send an email to pam@northpointastrology.com with the subject line “Webinar Replay” and I’ll reply with details.

IF YOUR BIRTHDAY IS THIS WEEK: You are more aware than usual of your personal needs this year, which may be surprising if you have the usual Libra tendency to downplay your own desires in order to keep the peace or to make a loved one happy. While your nurturing capacity and your wish to support others are very strong, it is vital that you turn that loving attention on yourself and give time to your inner child, the part of you that doesn’t feel like it has a right to have its own needs and wants. As you do this inner healing, your relationships with others will go through an adjustment phase, but you will also feel more self-confident and be able to create more balanced partnerships. (Solar Return Sun semisquare Venus, conjunct Mars, trine Ceres, opposite Chiron, trine Saturn)

In peace and with gratitude,

Pam

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NorthPoint Astrology JournalYour weekly guide to planetary influences forSeptember 13 to 19, 2021by Pam Younghans

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Photo of Messier M27 nebula by Alessandro Bianconi, September 5, 2021, Dolianova, Italy  

NorthPoint Astrology Journal
Your weekly guide to planetary influences for September 13 to 19, 2021
by Pam Younghans

Aspects of Note This Week   All times listed are Pacific Daylight Time. For Greenwich Mean Time, add 7 hours.    MON: Mars sesquiquadrate Uranus
TUE: Sun opposite Neptune, Mars enters Libra, Sun sesquiquadrate Saturn THU: Sun quincunx Jupiter, Venus sesquiquadrate Neptune, Sun trine Pluto, Venus square Saturn
FRI: Mercury quincunx Neptune


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NorthPoint Astrology Journal: Your weekly guide to planetary influences June 28 to July 4, 2021 by Pam Younghans

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NorthPoint Astrology Journal
Your weekly guide to planetary influences
June 28 to July 4, 2021
by Pam Younghans


Aspects of Note this Week
All times are Pacific Daylight Time. Add 7 hours for Greenwich Mean Time.

MON: Mars sextile North Node, Venus quincunx Jupiter
TUE: Mercury semisquare Venus
THU: Mars opposite Saturn   
FRI: Mars trine Chiron
SAT: Jupiter quintile Uranus, Venus sesquiquadrate Neptune, Sun quincunx Saturn, Mars square Uranus
SUN: Sun square Chiron

THE ATMOSPHERE is highly charged this week, even electrical in nature. We always expect pyrotechnical displays in the U.S. in early July as the nation celebrates its Independence Day, but this year the planets are promising fireworks on a larger scale.
 
Behind this week’s explosive energies is a challenging “fixed T-square” configuration formed by Mars in Leo, Saturn in Aquarius, and Uranus in Taurus. In an astrology chart, a T-square looks exactly how it sounds – in this case, Mars and Saturn stand at the ends of the crossbar on the “T,” while Uranus anchors the bottom of the stem.
 
A T-SQUARE represents instability, friction, and disharmony. It is hard to maintain objectivity under this influence, as we feel provoked to react in some way.
 
According to astrologer Bil Tierney, in his book Dynamics of Aspect Analysis, a T-square like this one, which involves planets in fixed signs, presents “many lessons that test our expression of fixed desire, willful emotion, and attachment to what we personally value. The urge to retain whatever is possessed is very powerful.” The karmic lessons of a fixed T-square often have to do with accepting and respecting another’s values, even if they are contrary to ours.
 
URANUS is at a very pivotal position in this T-square, and is called the “apex planet” in the configuration. This gives rebellious Uranus added influence in this week’s affairs, adding even more unstable and surprising energies to the mix.
 
Mr. Tierney explains that apex Uranus inspires “a strong inner drive to instigate sudden and radical disruption of the current status quo” and provides “an enormous overload of nervous electrical tension.” Those who are most affected by this energy feel “an urge to break down and shatter whatever impedes them from actualizing their unique ideals or aspirations.”
 
For Uranus at the apex of a T-square involving fixed signs, Mr. Tierney writes that those who feel this influence tend to “detach from the influence of others and instead independently pursue their own original course of action… Their awakening insights are attuned to their sense of values and can create intense turmoil in their relationships.” 
 
THE SOLUTION to the tension of a T-square is said to be held in the qualities of the “missing sign” of the formation – the sign that would, if activated, create a full cross and actually add some stability to the situation. In this week’s fixed T-square, that missing sign is Scorpio.
 
If we were to invoke the higher qualities of Scorpio, to help balance out the energies this week, what might we call upon? To find those traits, we need to observe Eagle, which is the higher-vibrational representative of Scorpio.
 
Here are some of Eagle’s qualities, representing the tools we will want to keep handy this week: Clear vision, the ability to see the details but also the broader view. Deep honesty with self and with others. Emotional intelligence and the courage to see truth, even if it is uncomfortable. Focus, determination, and resilience in the face of change.
 
WHILE ANY T-SQUARE would be significant, this one is especially powerful because it activates the energies of the Saturn-Uranus square. This is the influence we’re working with throughout 2021, which is manifesting in part in the social unrest we’re experiencing. We see the effects of this square in the struggle between the past and the future, between the status quo and progress, between the need for form and the urge for freedom, between the politics of divisiveness and the more enlightened policies of inclusion.
 
In my mind, this Saturn-Uranus square represents a grand-scale Cosmic Experiment. The hypothesis for this experiment is that humanity is capable of much more than what we have revealed up to this point, especially in terms working together for a common cause, side-by-side with those who represent different values and opinions. But, to get to the hoped-for conclusion of this experiment, this square is showing the myriad of ways in which we let conflict divide us.
 
AS MARS IN LEO activates the Saturn-Uranus square this week, passions are strong and reactions can be melodramatic. This influence will be in effect all week, but perhaps strongest on the days of the exact aspects.
 
The first of these is the Mars-Saturn opposition on Thursday, which represents feelings of deep frustration when our desires appear to be blocked. This can be a somewhat depressive influence, where it can feel like we’re never going to get what we want. But, remember that it is just a stage in the process – and certainly a time when moving into the longer-term perspective of Eagle will be very helpful.
 
Then, when Mars squares Uranus on Saturday, we may see radical responses, difficulty in impulse control, and unexpected turns of events. Breakdowns are possible with this aspect, but may be seen through a positive lens as a necessary step toward achieving a longed-for breakthrough.
 
(Note: The last time Mars activated the Saturn-Uranus square was in mid January, when Mars was conjunct Uranus in Taurus and square Saturn. Events this coming week may relate directly back to that time frame.)
 
CONTRIBUTING to the possibility of breakthroughs this week is a Jupiter-Uranus quintile that perfects on Saturday. A quintile is known as an aspect of magical potential. This one, in particular, can inspire new and creative practical solutions to existing problems, perhaps arriving in surprising ways.

Any harmonious Jupiter-Uranus aspect can be seen as hopeful. This one invites us to believe (Jupiter) in a more enlightened future (Uranus). It encourages us to be generous (Jupiter) with our allowing of individuality (Uranus). It also offers the potential of another leap (Jupiter) in consciousness for humanity (Uranus).
 
HERE ARE THE MOST NOTABLE ASPECTS for this week, with my brief interpretations of each:
 
Monday
Mars sextile North Node: This aspect encourages individual action to support the higher good. It also helps us be more accepting of another’s point of view.
Venus quincunx Jupiter: A tendency to self-indulgence or overconfidence can get in the way of finding the fulfillment we seek.
 
Tuesday
Mercury semisquare Venus: Not the best time for a conversation, as we feel self-conscious and may not easily find the right words to convey our meanings.
 
Wednesday-Thursday
Mars opposite Saturn: See above.

Friday
Mars trine Chiron: Self-confidence grows as we stay present in the moment and find a way to feel joy today. 
 
Saturday
Jupiter quintile Uranus: See above.
Venus sesquiquadrate Neptune: Be wary of a tendency to try to “save” another person, or to not see them clearly.
Sun quincunx Saturn: Efforts to take charge backfire, as others may feel dominated instead of cared for. Hurt feelings, defensiveness, and withdrawal can result.
Mars square Uranus: See above.

Sunday
Sun square Chiron: Feelings of vulnerability may be strong. Be kind to yourself and others today. Be a loving parent to the part of you that feels insecure or fearful.
Moon square Saturn (6:06 a.m. PDT), conjunct Uranus (9:40 a.m. PDT), and square Mars (10:28 a.m. PDT): The Taurus Moon is activating the energies of the T-square today, so emotional fireworks are possible. Overall, we can anticipate that the effects of the T-square will be strong all weekend.
 
IF YOUR BIRTHDAY IS THIS WEEK: This year, you could tend to take on responsibilities that are not truly yours. If you do, an inner restlessness will remind you of your need to be more independent. Attempts to care for others may be met with resistance, or you may find that someone is not respecting your ability to take care of yourself. Be sure to make the time to self-nurture in healthy ways this year. (Solar Return Sun quincunx Saturn, sextile Uranus, square Chiron)

In peace and with gratitude,

Pam

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NorthPoint Astrology Journal: Your guide to planetary energies June 21 to 27, 2021 By Pam Younghans

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NorthPoint Astrology Journal

Your guide to planetary energies June 21 to 27, 2021

By Pam Younghans


Aspects of Note this Week
All times are Pacific Daylight Time. Add 7 hours for Greenwich Mean Time.


MON: Venus trine Neptune
TUE: Venus square Eris, Mercury stations direct
WED: Sun trine Jupiter, Venus opposite Pluto, Saturn sextile Chiron    
THU: Full Moon 11:39 a.m. PDT, Mars sesquiquadrate Neptune
FRI: Neptune stations retrograde
SAT: Venus enters Leo


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NorthPoint Astrology Journal: Your guide to planetary energies  June 7 to 13, 2021 By Pam Younghans

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Annular Solar Eclipse photo by Colleen Pinski.

NorthPoint Astrology Journal
Your guide to planetary energies  June 7 to 13, 2021
By Pam Younghans


Aspects of Note this Week

All times are Pacific Daylight Time. Add 7 hours for Greenwich Mean Time.

THU: Solar Eclipse/New Moon 3:52 a.m. PDT, Sun conjunct Mercury, Uranus conjunct Ceres
FRI: Mars enters Leo, Saturn square Ceres
SAT: Venus square Chiron, Venus sextile Uranus
SUN: Venus quincunx Saturn, Sun square Neptune

AN ANNULAR SOLAR ECLIPSE headlines the cosmic news this week. While not a total eclipse, this will still be a spectacular event. In an annular eclipse, the Moon is too far from the Earth to completely block the light of the Sun, so what we see is a “ring of fire” – a bright band of light – around the dark shadow of the Moon.

This New Moon eclipse perfects on Thursday, June 10, at 3:52 a.m. PDT. It occurs in the air sign of Gemini and within one degree of Mercury, the planetary ruler of Gemini. This provides double emphasis on the areas of life that are ruled by the sign of the Twins.

IN THE OUTER WORLD, this includes all of the ways in which information is shared, as well as travel and transportation systems, computers and networks, reports and contracts, reporters and the media. On a more personal level, Gemini rules our reasoning ability and logical mind, our ability to tell fact from fiction. It also concerns our mental state and nervous system, and our need for variety and intellectual stimulation through learning and social interactions. 

These are all areas to watch for new developments this week. Around the time of the eclipse, especially, we may receive information that causes us to rethink our current course. And, nervous energy is likely to be high, so take your B vitamins and remember the power of the breath to calm the mind.

WHILE IT’S TRUE that a Solar Eclipse usually heralds significant new beginnings – something like a mega New Moon – this one, even if it opens a new path in front of us, could send us on something of a circuitous route. One of the reasons for this is that Mercury, which rules the eclipse and is also conjunct the New Moon, is currently retrograde.

When the Messenger Planet is moving backward, we are usually cautioned to review rather than initiate. We are encouraged to spend time in introspection, to go within for answers instead of relying on outside information, and to patiently wait for Mercury to go direct before taking that first step in a new direction. So how do we resolve that paradox, of a retrograde-Mercury-ruled New Moon Solar Eclipse?

Perhaps one of the higher intentions of this event is to teach us to think in new ways, to question what we are told, and to run all externally-gained ideas and data past our internal knowing. This cosmically-guided lesson will be strong this week and also for the next six months, until the next Solar Eclipse on December 4.

NEPTUNE adds another complication to the eclipse energies, since the transcendental planet is in square aspect to the Sun/Moon/Mercury stellium. When activated, Neptune always infuses a situation with spiritual or creative overtones, but when in hard aspect, can also manifest as difficulty discerning fact from fiction. An over-active imagination or wide-eyed idealism can lead to disillusionment or self-deception.

Still, whether in easy or hard aspect, the lessons of Neptune are consistent; through its influence, we learn the importance of developing trust and faith in unseen outcomes. We find that we must let go of attachments and surrender to a higher flow. And, we gain greater awareness of the subtle realms, and realize the need to use our intuition in all situations.  

THE DWARF PLANET CERES is also in the spotlight this week, but uncomfortably so. With the second Saturn-Uranus square just a week away (on June 14), as Earth Mother Ceres conjoins Uranus on Monday and squares Saturn on Friday, the tension represented by the Saturn-Uranus square manifests in nature. Unexpected (Uranus) events challenge humanity to take responsible action (Saturn) to resolve a crisis in the environment (Ceres in Taurus).

On a personal level, the Saturn-Ceres square can manifest as feeling burdened by many family or financial obligations, or as not feeling supported by those who we depend on. The challenge of this square may also be observed in feeling a lack of support from the social structures, governments, and authority figures that we rely on for stability (Saturn).

The Uranus-Ceres conjunction then represents an urge to rebel against all of the above. However, the positive potentials of this alignment indicate an ability to find original and innovative solutions to the problems before us. Since Ceres represents the nurturing principle, when it works in harmony with Uranus, we also expect that themes of human rights – especially the rights of children and families – would come strongly into our awareness.

THE OMEGA AND CHANDRA SYMBOLS for the Solar Eclipse lend some additional insights into the energies we’ll be working with. The eclipse occurs when the Sun and Moon align at 19°47´ Gemini, so here are at the symbols for the twentieth degree of the sign:

Omega symbol: “Night in a museum; shadows seem to be moving in the paintings.” This symbol reminds us that reality is fluid. It also tells us that our perceptions are in the process of shifting and transforming, and that we can become aware of much more than what our five senses are telling us.

Chandra symbol: “A bull stung by a scorpion.” This symbol speaks of unexpected change, renewal, and regeneration. We can expect the breakup of old, stagnant patterns with this eclipse, but most likely will see strong, perhaps “bullish” reactions to the changes underway.

OTHER PLANETARY ACTION this week includes the planet Mars entering the sign of Leo on Friday. As Mars moves from a protective water sign (Cancer) into an outgoing fire sign (Leo), we feel an increased need to express and assert ourselves, perhaps in dramatic ways. Our desire to experience the joys and pleasures of life is reinvigorated, especially because many of these have been on hold for quite a while.

Relationship themes are on the agenda for next weekend, with Venus in sensitive Cancer in aspect to Chiron, Uranus, and Saturn. The Venus-Chiron square on Saturday indicates a need to self-nurture in response to hurt feelings. The good news is that the Venus-Uranus sextile, also on Saturday, can help us take time for ourselves, even if others are demanding our attention. But the Venus-Saturn quincunx on Sunday means that we still need to take responsibility for whatever adjustments might be needed in a relationship, that simply ignoring an issue will not result in satisfactory outcomes.

We also want to note that throughout next weekend, Venus will be engaging the energies of the life-changing Saturn-Uranus square that perfects next Monday. Because of this, events involving the Venus-ruled themes of relationships, values, and finances may have greater impact than usual.

LAST CHANCE! Be sure to email me this week if you want to purchase the replay of my recent “Riding the Rapids” webinar covering May-August 2021. Please type “Webinar Replay” in the subject line, send your email to pam@northpointastrology.com, and I’ll reply with details.

IF YOUR BIRTHDAY IS THIS WEEK: This year, you may feel a stronger than usual need to share or teach what you have learned, to state your truth, and to feel heard. However, you are also involved in a process of dissolving past self-definitions, which means your truth may actually be shifting. This is an excellent year for journaling, for studying spiritual or metaphysical topics, and for doing inner work. Along the way, you will be letting go of certain mindsets, ideas you have held about who you are and what you need and want in your personal life. (Solar Return Sun conjunct Mercury, square Neptune)

In peace and with gratitude,

Pam

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NorthPoint Astrology Journal: Your weekly guide to planetary influences May 3 to 9, 2021 by Pam Younghans

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NorthPoint Astrology Journal:
Your weekly guide to planetary influences
May 3 to 9, 2021

by Pam Younghans



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THE “MERRY MONTH OF MAY” provides a wide range of planetary energies for us to work with, from new potentials for spiritual expansion to lessons in discipline and responsibility, to major turning points that can set us moving in entirely new directions. We’ve already been feeling something of an uplift, building up to this week’s inspirational Jupiter-Uranus quintile. We also anticipate new mental stimulation and social interactions throughout the month, as Mercury, Venus, and the Sun all enter expressive Gemini over the next three weeks.   A major contributor to the energy shifts of May, Jupiter makes ingress into Pisces on May 13, throwing open doors to new spiritual growth and creativity, and helping expand the heart’s capacity for compassion. But, in sharp contrast, back-to-reality Saturn will also be strong this month, due to stationing retrograde on May 23, just three weeks before squaring unpredictable Uranus for the second time.     And last – but by no means least – we’ll be entering eclipse season with the Taurus New Moon on May 11. The Full Moon on the 26th is both a powerful Total Lunar Eclipse and a Supermoon, activating deep transformation and a possible change in course.    

CREATIVE INNOVATION is the theme for the coming week. One of the primary aspects we’ll be working with is a Jupiter-Uranus quintile that perfects on Tuesday. While considered to be one of the more subtle aspects, this specific quintile is more significant because it will occur two more times in 2021, on July 3 and on December 23.  

Astrologer Bil Tierney writes that a quintile represents “a creative soul alignment with the Will of the Cosmos.” This inspired alignment can be used in ingenious ways, as seen in the lives of those who have many quintiles in their birth charts: Albert Einstein (4), Mark Twain (4), Georgio Armani (4), Miles Davis (4), George Bernard Shaw (6), and Jane Austin (6).  

But, to again quote Mr. Tierney: “the Will of the awesome, inscrutable Cosmos is not easily channeled through the normally fragmented consciousness of the average individual still bound by the limited confines of personality-centered will.” In other words, we must be at a certain level of consciousness to work with this influence in healthy ways, since quintiles are evidently also plentiful in the charts of criminals, subversives, and dictators.  

FOCUSING ON THE POSITIVE POTENTIALS, this Jupiter-Uranus quintile may bring about major breakthroughs and progress, as we suddenly finding solutions to certain problems. We can feel a greater sense of aliveness and optimism, with a better ability to rise above issues and attachments. There is a possible expansion of collective consciousness, with increased access to the higher realms. This aspect should also help us be more accepting of others who are “unlike” us in some way, since Jupiter is in socially-conscious Aquarius and Uranus in Taurus is eager to help us see all beings as equal in value.  

I also think of the word “repurposing” when considering the effects of this quintile. Uranus in Taurus has the potential to teach us inventive ways to recycle materials so that nothing is discarded. It also can help us reinvent our relationship with planet Earth, so that we make progress in addressing environmental issues. In this quintile, the great planet Jupiter magnifies these possibilities. This aspect also invigorates the revolution in belief systems that is necessary if we are to create a new future in which humanity has a supportive relationship with Gaia and with all of nature.  


OTHER PLANETARY ASPECTS that perfect this week provide some challenges, but also some opportunities, especially in matters of the heart. Here are my brief interpretations of the main aspects we’ll be working with.   

Monday

Mercury square Jupiter: Watch a tendency to leap before looking, or to ignore the signals of when it’s time to stop talking. And, in keeping with Mercury being in food-loving Taurus, be careful not to “bite off more than you can chew,” figuratively and literally.
Sun square Saturn: The Sun was conjunct Uranus last Friday (April 30), and with this aspect, is activating the other half of the Saturn-Uranus square. Restrictions are likely, that interfere with our desire for freedom of motion. This is a test of our level of maturity, and our ability to see beyond our own individual needs and make decisions for the greater good.

Mercury enters Gemini: Mercury is moving more slowly now, getting ready to go retrograde on May 29. Because of this backward-motion phase, the Messenger Planet will be in Gemini for an extended period, from May 3 to July 11. During this time, especially while Mercury is moving direct, our curiosity about life is heightened and we are more eager to learn, to communicate, and to interact with others socially. However, our thoughts may be more scattered, and our minds less able to focus on one subject for long. Since Mercury and Gemini both have effect on the nervous system, we’ll also need to manage a higher level of nervous energy, especially when Mercury forms hard aspects with other planets. Remember to B-R-E-A-T-H-E.  

Tuesday Jupiter quintile Uranus: See above.  

Wednesday Venus semisquare Chiron: Old relationship wounds may surface, related to a lack of self-worth that manifests as possessiveness and over-attachment. As always with Chiron aspects, this is an opportunity to actively listen to and care for the inner child who fears that it will never be loved.  

Thursday Venus trine Pluto: Based on the work we did yesterday, we are now able to be more forthright and honest with loved ones, no longer giving away our power to fears of lack or loss.  

Friday There are no significant aspects exact today.  

Saturday Venus square Jupiter: We may be feeling exceptionally generous with our hearts and pocketbooks today, but be careful not to go overboard. It is possible to promise something that we regret later, or to have “buyer’s remorse” in other ways.

Venus enters Gemini: Venus will be in the sign of The Twins from May 8 to June 2. During this transit, the need to interact socially is heightened. We are less likely to want to settle down to one person or one creative outlet, but this can be a great time to meet new people.  

Sunday ​​​​​​​There are no significant aspects exact today.   

TEN DAYS AND COUNTING! I hope you can join us for my upcoming “Riding the Rapids” webinar! It will be presented live (and recorded for replay) on Wednesday, May 12.   During this 75-minute Zoom class, we’ll dive deeply into the planetary influences we’ll be working with May through August, and talk about the powerful energy waves we’ll be riding.

To learn more about the class, please see below — or here’s a quick link to register: https://ridingtherapids.eventbrite.com   
Once you register, watch your inbox for follow-up emails from both (orders@eventbrite.com) and (noreply@eventbrite.com).
If you don’t receive your confirmation email, please check your junk/spam folder.

Contact Elsie@wellnesswithelsie.com if you have any questions about registration or payment.   See you there!  

(“If Your Birthday Is This Week” follows the class description.)
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Riding the Rapids Focus, Finesse, & Fluidity

  with Pam Younghans, Astrologer Moderated by Elsie Kerns, Wellness Educator  
Broadcasting live and recorded for replay on
Wednesday, May 12, 2021
4 pm PST | 5 pm MST | 6 pm CST | 7 pm EST | 12 am GMT

To register: https://ridingtherapids.eventbrite.com  

TIME IS MOVING more and more quickly now. Saturn, known as Father Time, is in hard aspect to sideways-spinning Uranus throughout 2021. As these two planets square off, we are continually pushed beyond our comfort zones, often in surprising ways.
     
  In this “Riding the Rapids” class, we’ll look closely at the planetary activity over the next four months – May, June, July, and August. The intention of this class is to provide insights that will help us focus our intentions so that we can navigate the “cosmic rapids” with greater finesse. We’ll also note times when we need to be especially fluid in our expectations.

       Here are just a few of the highlights of what’s ahead:

       In May: Jupiter enters Pisces, augmenting our spiritual awareness but also increasing escapism. Eclipse season begins with the Taurus New Moon on May 11, leading up to a Total Lunar Eclipse/ Supermoon/Full Moon that propels humanity into another evolutionary shift.

       In June: An annular Solar Eclipse occurs and the second Saturn–Uranus square perfects — more white-water!

       In July: The fixed star Sirius rises with the Sun, with their precise alignment in early July. We’ll talk about how esoteric astrology views this event, and how we can use these powerful energies of illumination. 

       In August: An earthshaking New Moon early in the month is followed by Uranus stationing retrograde while trine both Mercury and Mars. Late in the month, we have a fateful Full Moon conjunct Jupiter and the contentious Pluto-Eris square perfects for the fourth time.

  PLEASE JOIN US! This class is for everyone, whether you are a newcomer to astrology or have spent years in study. Before the class airs, you will receive monthly calendars showing the astrological events, which you can use for note-taking. And, if you’re not able to attend the class live, you will have full access to the replay and calendars for later viewing.      To register, visit https://ridingtherapids.eventbrite.com. Once you register, you will receive confirmation and follow-up emails from (orders@eventbrite.com) and (noreply@eventbrite.com). Please contact Elsie@wellnesswithelsie.com if you need help with registrations or payments.


IF YOUR BIRTHDAY IS THIS WEEK: During this very restless year, you will be feeling a strong need for new experiences, but you are also very aware of the limitations of current circumstances. If you’re not able to create all the freedom you’re longing for, make it a priority to give yourself pieces of that feeling of liberation, even if it must be in much smaller chunks. Simple things, such as driving a different way to work or the store, or just changing a routine, can help your psyche know that you’re not completely restricted from doing what you want. These small experiences of breaking away from the norm will also start to give you ideas about what you really do want to do, once you are free to make more substantial life changes. (Solar Return Sun square Saturn, conjunct Uranus)   In peace and with gratitude,   Pam   For a recording and non-English versions of this Journal, click HERE.   NorthPoint Journal © 2021 Pam Younghans. All Rights Reserved.


Aspects of Note This Week  
All times listed are Pacific Daylight Time. For Greenwich Mean Time, add 7 hours.   
MON: Mercury square Jupiter, Sun square Saturn, Mercury enters Gemini
TUE: Jupiter quintile Uranus
WED: Venus semisquare Chiron
THU: Venus trine Pluto
SAT: Venus square Jupiter, Venus enters Gemini

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About the NorthPoint Journal  

Astrologer Pam Younghans writes this NorthPoint Journal based on planetary influences and insights received. Her hope is to offer perspectives to assist you in utilizing current energies to enhance your life experience and accelerate your spiritual and personal growth.   Feel free to share this issue of the NorthPoint Journal with others who may enjoy it! Please forward it in its entirety, including all contact and copyright information.
 
To learn more about private astrology sessions, please visit the “Personal Readings” page at www.northpointastrology.com
To schedule a reading, please email pam@northpointastrology.com.  
NorthPoint Journal copyright 2020 Pam Younghans. All Rights Reserved.

NorthPoint Astrology, 15000 Block 75th, Kenmore, WA 98028, USA

NorthPoint Astrology Journal Your weekly guide to planetary influences April 26 to May 2, 2021 by Pam Younghans

NorthPoint Astrology Journal Your weekly guide to planetary influences
April 26 to May 2, 2021 by Pam Younghans

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Aspects of Note This Week   All times listed are Pacific Daylight Time. For Greenwich Mean Time, add 7 hours.   

MON: Full Moon/SuperMoon 8:32 p.m. PDT
TUE: Sun semisquare Neptune, Mercury semisquare Mars, Pluto stations retrograde THU: Mercury sextile Neptune, Venus semisquare Mars, Pluto square Ceres
FRI: Sun conjunct Uranus
SUN: Mercury trine Pluto, Venus sextile Neptune


  OUR FULL MOON this week promises to be spectacular, in more ways than one. Firstly, it is one of only a small number of Supermoon Full Moons that will grace our skies in 2021. “Supermoon” is a term coined by astrologer Richard Nolle, and refers to a lunation that occurs when the Moon is at its closest orbital proximity to the Earth.  

Visually, this week’s Full Moon will appear “14% bigger and 30% brighter than lesser Full Moons of 2021” (Spaceweather.com).
It will also appear big and bright for about three nights, from Sunday through Wednesday. Energetically, since the Moon will be so close to the Earth, we can assume that emotional reactivity will be heightened above and beyond the usual “lunacy” we experience with a Full Moon.  

Adding to that intensity, Luna will be at 07°06´ Scorpio at the time of the lunation, which occurs on Monday, April 26, at 8:32 p.m. PDT. Scorpio is a very complex sign emotionally and psychologically, and is known for being passionate and perceptive. As the Moon opposes the Sun in Taurus, the sign known for its love of peace, beauty, and simplicity, we are asked to find the balance in our own lives between these two polarities.  

OTHER PLANETS are also contributing to the impact of this Full Moon. Uranus is at 10°28´ Taurus, and thus is conjunct the Sun and opposite the Moon. This represents a major plot twist, as we are always warned to “expect the unexpected” when Uranus is activated. These surprises may include seismic events or environmental changes, given that Uranus is in earthy Taurus.

And, although Venus and Mercury (at 15 and 16 degrees of Taurus) are not technically conjunct the Sun at the lunation, they are close enough to Uranus to be drawn into the mix. As such, we may see changes in relationship dynamics or fluctuations in financial markets (Venus), and surprising new information coming forward (Mercury) that radically alters our expected course (Uranus).  

SATURN is also involved in the Full Moon picture. The Ringed Planet sits at 12°57´ Aquarius and is positioned at the apex of a fixed T-square configuration, squaring both the Moon in Scorpio and the stellium (group) of planets in Taurus.   

At the core of this T-square (and this Full Moon) is the Saturn-Uranus square, the aspect we are working with throughout 2021. In this square, Saturn (established systems, authority, patience, self-discipline, responsibility) is in sharp conflict with Uranus (progressive visions, disruptive change, social liberties, freedom of expression, radicalism). Astrologically, this square is the energizing factor behind much of the social unrest that is expressing itself around the world.  

Saturn is the rule-maker, while Uranus is the rule-breaker. When these two planets are in hard aspect to each other, both sides of an issue strongly resist seeing the other’s perspective. An impasse is quickly reached and can appear to be unresolvable. As we’ve seen this year, a “political divide” has seeped into virtually every area of our lives. Our personal choices – whether to mask or not, whether to receive a vaccine or not, even whether to watch the news or not – become hot topics and political statements, even if that is not our intention.  

AS INDIVIDUALS, we are feeling the impact of the Saturn-Uranus square – and will sense the energies of this week’s Full Moon – on every level of our being. Our physical forms (Saturn) are becoming more sensitized to cosmic energies (Uranus). It is becoming more common to physically feel the effects of solar flares and other such events (“solar flare nausea”). Emotionally and mentally, we must continually do a reality check (Saturn) to ascertain whether what we are feeling is “ours” or if we’re taking on the energies that are being held so powerfully in mass consciousness (Uranus).    

As with all concerns, it ultimately becomes a spiritual exercise. As challenges, fears, and negativity arise (Saturn), we are called to see them as energy (Uranus), and either to allow them to move through us without attachment or to transmute them in some way. This is one of the bottom-line lessons of the Saturn-Uranus square: understanding how our reality is created energetically before it becomes form, and learning how to work with it at that level.  

PLUTO is also on the list of important influencers this week. The dwarf planet will station retrograde on Tuesday, April 27, at 1:01 p.m. PDT, less than 24 hours after the Full Moon perfects. It is also worthwhile to note that Pluto is known as the “ruler” of Scorpio, so its status during a Scorpio Full Moon has added impact.   When a planet comes to its “station” and appears to be standing still (from our perspective on Earth), its impact is heightened. My favorite analogy for this effect is that of standing on a platform in a station, feeling the vibration of an incoming train grow stronger and stronger until it is standing right in front of us, idling loudly. Like the train, as a planet holds its position before reversing direction and heading back in the direction from whence it came,
we feel its vibration very powerfully.   

Pluto is known as the Great Transformer, often taking us through a symbolic death and rebirth. I also think of it as the “Psychotherapist Planet,” because it can illuminate what has been hidden (unconscious) so that its influence can be transmuted and we can reclaim our power in some way. As Pluto stations this week, weaving its energies into the already-impactful Full Moon, we become aware of where and how we give our power away. In this revelatory light, we see how we have held ourselves back and are empowered to strive for a higher destiny.      

THE FULL MOON is by far the strongest influence this week, and we will be feeling it for a day or more both before and after it occurs. Still, there is other planetary activity to consider this week; here is the day-by-day list (please note that there are no major aspects that perfect on Wednesday or Saturday):  

Monday Full Moon/SuperMoon 8:32 p.m. PDT: See above.  
Tuesday Sun semisquare Neptune: Confusion about how to meet personal needs while also being compassionate to others. Mercury semisquare Mars: A lack of tact triggers defensiveness. Pluto stations retrograde: See above.  
Thursday Mercury sextile Neptune: Imagination and intuition are easier to access today. Venus semisquare Mars: Conflicts can arise in relationships due to a difference in basic needs.  Pluto square Ceres: Emotions intense, possible power struggles, resulting in feelings of separation or loss.  
Friday Sun conjunct Uranus: The core energy of the Full Moon coming into fruition. Restlessness and rebelliousness are heightened. Surprising events are possible, perhaps related to nature or the environment.  
Sunday Mercury trine Pluto: Feeling empowered to speak our truth. Venus sextile Neptune: Having compassion and sensitivity for others.  


WEBINAR IN JUST 2 WEEKS! I hope you can join us for our upcoming “Riding the Rapids” webinar! It will be presented live (and recorded for replay) on Wednesday, May 12.   During this 75-minute Zoom class, we’ll dive deeply into the planetary influences we’ll be working with May through August. For a full description, please see below — or here’s the quick link to register: https://ridingtherapids.eventbrite.com    Once you register, watch your inbox for follow-up emails from both (orders@eventbrite.com) and (noreply@eventbrite.com).    See you there!  

(“If Your Birthday Is This Week” follows the class description.)    
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Riding the Rapids Focus, Finesse, & Fluidity
  with Pam Younghans, Astrologer Moderated by Elsie Kerns, Wellness Educator   Broadcasting live and recorded for replay on
Wednesday, May 12, 2021

4 pm PST | 5 pm MST | 6 pm CST | 7 pm EST | 12 am GMT To register:
https://ridingtherapids.eventbrite.com  


TIME IS MOVING more and more quickly now. Saturn, known as Father Time, is in hard aspect to sideways-spinning Uranus throughout 2021. As these two planets square off, we are continually pushed beyond our comfort zones, often in surprising ways.
        In this “Riding the Rapids” class, we’ll look closely at the planetary activity over the next four months – May, June, July, and August. The intention of this class is to provide insights that will help us focus our intentions so that we can navigate the “cosmic rapids” with greater finesse. We’ll also note times when we need to be especially fluid in our expectations.
       Here are just a few of the highlights of what’s ahead:

       In May: Jupiter enters Pisces, augmenting our spiritual awareness but also increasing escapism.
Eclipse season begins with the Taurus New Moon on May 11, leading up to a
Total Lunar Eclipse/ Supermoon/Full Moon that propels humanity into another evolutionary shift.
       
In June: An annular Solar Eclipse occurs and the second Saturn–Uranus square perfects — more white-water!
       
In July: The fixed star Sirius rises with the Sun, with their precise alignment in early July. We’ll talk about how
esoteric astrology views this event, and how we can use these powerful energies of enlightenment. 

       In August: An earthshaking New Moon early in the month is followed by Uranus stationing retrograde while trine
both Mercury and Mars. Late in the month, we have a fateful Full Moon conjunct Jupiter and the contentious
Pluto-Eris square perfects for the fourth time.

  PLEASE JOIN US! This class is for everyone, whether you are a newcomer to astrology or have spent years in study.
Before the class airs, you will receive monthly calendars showing the astrological events, which you can use for note-taking.
And, if you’re not able to attend the class live, you will have full access to the replay and calendars for later viewing.        

Once you register, please watch for confirmation and follow-up emails from (orders@eventbrite.com)
and (noreply@eventbrite.com).To register, visit: https://ridingtherapids.eventbrite.com


IF YOUR BIRTHDAY IS THIS WEEK: This is a very restless year, in which you experience both the strong desire for freedom and new experiences, while also being very aware of the responsibilities that may limit your activities. It will be vital to find ways to give yourself “liberating moments,” to invigorate your life, even if you are not able to move to Tahiti and leave all your cares behind. This is an opportunity to reinvent yourself in certain ways while at the same time maintaining a solid foundation that will continue to serve you going forward. Find ways to give attention to both of the needs being expressed, even though they may seem to be at odds. (Solar Return Sun square Saturn, conjunct Uranus)  
In peace and gratitude,   Pam  

For a recording and non-English versions of this Journal, click HERE.  
NorthPoint Journal © 2021 Pam Younghans. All Rights Reserved.

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About the NorthPoint Journal   Astrologer Pam Younghans writes this NorthPoint Journal based on planetary influences and insights received. Her hope is to offer perspectives to assist you in utilizing current energies to enhance your life experience and accelerate your spiritual and personal growth.   Feel free to share this issue of the NorthPoint Journal with others who may enjoy it! Please forward it in its entirety, including all contact and copyright information.  
To learn more about private astrology sessions, please visit the “Personal Readings” page at www.northpointastrology.com
To schedule a reading, please email pam@northpointastrology.com.  


NorthPoint Journal copyright 2020 Pam Younghans. All Rights Reserved.

NorthPoint Astrology, 15000 Block 75th, Kenmore, WA 98028, USA

NorthPoint Astrology Journal: Your weekly guide to planetary influences March 29 to April 4, 2021 by Pam Younghans

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Northpoint Astrology Journal:
Your weekly guide to planetary influences
March 29 to April 4, 2021
by Pam Younghans

Aspects of Note This Week


MON: Sun conjunct Chiron, Mercury conjunct Neptune
TUE: Venus sextile Saturn
WED: Mercury semisquare Uranus, Sun sextile Saturn 
THU: Mercury semisquare Saturn, Mercury sextile Pluto 
SAT: Venus conjunct Ceres, Mercury enters Aries
SUN: Jupiter sextile Eris

THE MOON still appears mostly full as we begin this new week. But with yesterday’s lunation behind us, we have entered the waning half of the lunar cycle, a two-week period when we are meant to reflect on recent events and glean what learnings may be possible.  

The Sun has been traveling in ever-closer proximity to Wounded Healer Chiron since the Equinox. Over the past two weeks, the Sun has been highlighting the wounds represented by Chiron in Aries, which can manifest as irrational anger and even violence. The wound beneath the anger may have many central causes, but with Chiron in Aries, the fear of loss of identity is often at the root. Extreme actions then become the way that a damaged psyche proclaims its existence and demands that its needs be met.  

YESTERDAY’S FULL MOON was tightly opposing Chiron, shining even more light on that Aries wound and its emotional impact. The Sun and Chiron will finally exactly conjoin early Monday morning (March 29, 1:08 a.m. PDT). After that rendezvous, the two planetary objects will gradually separate, but they will still be interacting – and continuing to expose that wound – for the next week or so.  

In a similar vein, we should also keep watch on the Jupiter-Eris sextile that perfects next Sunday. Although a sextile is a harmonious aspect, Eris is the goddess of Discord, and an aspect to Jupiter could magnify contentious feelings as well as the need to act on them. But, there is a positive side to this Jupiter-Eris aspect. Used consciously, it can help us have the courage to take a stand, especially in support of those who have been ignored or mistreated by society.  

DAY BY DAY, here are the primary planetary aspects for the week ahead and my brief interpretations of their influence:  

MondaySun conjunct Chiron: (see above) Mercury conjunct Neptune: A joining of the mind and the spirit. Imaginative thinking, benefiting meditation and creative writing. In general, the ability to perceive all through eyes of compassion.  

TuesdayVenus sextile Saturn: Supports our handling relationship and financial issues with greater responsibility and discipline.   

WednesdayMercury semisquare Uranus: Surprising communications or disruptions in our expected routines, resulting in a change of plans that opens us up to new directions and insights. Sun sextile Saturn: In contrast to the changeable Mercury-Uranus aspect today, this sextile helps us take things one step at a time, so that we are sure to take care of all practical matters that may arise.  

ThursdayMercury semisquare Saturn: A reality check on the ideas recently received – are they worth pursuing further? Do they represent realistic possibilities, or are they just pipe dreams? Mercury sextile Pluto: The ability to pour ourselves into an inspired idea, to use our imagination for concrete purposes.  

SaturdayVenus conjunct Ceres: A heart-opening, feeling love for family, a desire nurture and support others. Mercury enters Aries: Moving from the dream (Pisces) to taking action. Increased spontaneity, but also less tact in our communications. Expressing our desires rather than keeping them in.  

SundayJupiter sextile Eris: (see above)
 

IF YOUR BIRTHDAY IS THIS WEEK: 

Relationships are highlighted in your life this year, perhaps especially your connections with family members or others who awaken your nurturing instinct. At the same time, you will be addressing your own wounds and fears that could keep you from accepting support from others, or even taking care of yourself in healthy ways. As you learn to care for – instead of judging or repressing – the fearful child within you, it will be easier to make progress in many areas of your life. (Solar Return Sun conjunct Venus, conjunct Ceres, conjunct Chiron, sextile Saturn)   In Gratitude and Light,   Pam   NorthPoint Journal © 2021 Pam Younghans. All Rights Reserved.



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About the NorthPoint Journal

    Astrologer Pam Younghans writes this NorthPoint Journal based on planetary influences and insights received. Her hope is to offer perspectives to assist you in utilizing current energies to enhance your life experience and accelerate your spiritual and personal growth.   Feel free to share this issue of the NorthPoint Journal with others who may enjoy it! Please forward it in its entirety, including all contact and copyright information.  

To learn more about private astrology sessions, please visit the “Personal Readings” page at www.northpointastrology.com

To schedule a reading, please email pam@northpointastrology.com.  


NorthPoint Journal copyright 2020 Pam Younghans. All Rights Reserved.