A Long Void Today
Ed Kluska’s Astrology & Mindful Living Newsletter
Today you may feel a bit “off-course” or find it hard to “get going” because we are in a long Void of Course time period.
It began late last night when the Moon made its last major aspect in Virgo, and it ends this afternoon at 05:34 PM ET when the Moon enters the next sign Libra.
Recall that the time period between the last major aspect the Moon makes in a sign until it enters the next sign is called Moon Void of Course.
Void periods occur about every two and a half days, and can vary in length from a few minutes to more than a day.
They are good for getting “little things” done or doing something different “just for the heck of it” as opposed to planning or starting something new and significant.
Void periods are not “bad” by themselves. The problem is that matters typically do not pan out as planned or they end differently than anticipated no matter how great or hopeful they seemed at the time.
For example, if during this Void you meet someone new, you start a new business, you have an important meeting, or you make an important decision, it is less likely that anything significant will to turn out from these events.
And if a crisis or severe challenge arises, the same applies. It is more likely to be “much to do about nothing.”
When the Moon is Void, it’s best to do something playful or different, and appreciate whatever comes your way which is always good advice.
If you need further explanation with any of this information, do not hesitate to contact me. And please forward this information to your family and friends.
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