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For you, this year is all about accepting new information. Guess what my dear Aries: you do not know it all. There is still plenty more to see and an abundance of experiences to be had. As your fiery and fresh energy likes it, you will be spending this new year diving into the great unknown. Are you ready to dive into new experiences and take some embarrassing risks? Of course you are; you know that you’re not the type to dwell on foolish moments. Think fresh mind, uncharted territory. You will benefit from developing a sense of courage, even if much of your bravery is falsified in the beginning.
Try not to turn your head in disgust when met with people whose lifestyle differs from your own. In fact, you will benefit from taking the time to appreciate what makes them unique. Let the differences of others teach you about yourself and the world around you. This year there may be a significant change in your finances, so spend with a mindset of manifestation.
Have faith in yourself and mind your subconscious desires; often it is mindless habits and a need for escapism that lead to your undoing. As you will learn early in the year, there must be limits to who you allow into your life.
—by Astrologer Six © Mother Tongue Ink 2022
from We’Moon 2023 p. 63
If you're born under the Aries Sun, you radiate this straightforward, strong, direct energy, but can be easily sidetracked by reactivity.
Own your own paradigm, mature your rebellion into leadership. Forgive others their more circuitous route.
Heather Roan Robbins © Mother Tongue Ink 2020
Moon in Aries accesses our fire; temper, impatience and passion.
We feel an urgency to focus, but we can lose our empathy. It's time to do what truly makes us feel alive, to initiate projects and set boundaries.
Their sparky personality is their gift; their challenge is to learn patience and consistency.
Aries by Day: We come alive and cop an attitude.
The mood is direct, brusque, impatient, and alternates between energized and lazy. Let's get the party started and boldly go where we have not gone before.
Heather Roan Robbins © Mother Tongue Ink 2020
To learn more about Moon signs and their influences, read more at What Sign is the Moon in, What is My Moon Sign, and What Does it all Mean?
What is a rising sign you ask, the rising sign is the sign that was present on the horizon at the time of your birth. It sits similarly on your birth chart on this horizon line, or equatorial line in your chart on the left or east side of your chart.
Do calculate your rising sign, you'll need to know the exact time of your birth, once you know along with your geographic location, you can visit many sites and receive a free birth chart, here is one of our staff favorites.
Your sun sign represents your core personality, and the qualities of our outward shining self. Your moon sign reflects qualities of your inner core self, or emotional self.
Rising sign also dictates where the Astrological Houses lay within your chart.
The Houses (twelve pie shaped sections) of our personal birth chart attend to all areas of our life. Each house represents a basic facet of human experience from birth to death.The placement of each house in your natal chart is dependent on your rising sign
If your rising sign is in Aries, that means you have a "Natural Chart." Meaning your houses and signs correspond to the same trails as the zodiac signs, each house is ruled by a sign, an Aries Rising has a chart where their house is ruled by their natural sign.
Aries Rising are the trailblazers of the zodiac. These rising signs will most likely always be the first to try the rope swing or open the dance floor. Their instincts are spot on and have a strong passion.
If this doesn't sound like you, remember that the rising sign is only one peice of the astrological puzzle. An Aries Rising and Pisces Moon may be quick to interact but has lots of secrets and depth that they only show with close friends and family.
Welcome to the first day of Spring, the Sun moving into Aries also announces the Spring Equinox.
The world comes alive during this time. Spring Equinox awakens the plants, animals and sky. The weather shifts and rainbows can be seen scattering the sky after spring storms.
We begin to prepare for a busy season ahead. The gardens are being prepared and we are eager to explore the wider world after the quiet dark months of winter have passed.
Aries rules the sunrise. As Spring brings new growth, the sunrise begins a new day. Birds start to chirp and flowers unfurl their petals for the sun to soon warm them. We stretch our bodies and our minds and start thinking about the day ahead and what it holds for us.
We start fresh every day, every season.
The traditional Aries "spark" can be found in the synapses that fire in our brain. These signals are also the match to light our movement everywhere in our body.
The eyes open and perceive the world first thing in the morning, Opening our eyes and senses is one of the first steps to truly awakening from the Pisces dream world.
Planets in Aries are quick to start projects and often love to work alone. They crave a sense of freedom and often take the lead on ideas.
Make sure to keep fueling the fire, as that beginning sprak can easily burn out. These planets in Aries can be impulsive, and firey.
“The Houses (twelve pie shaped sections) of our personal birth chart attend to all areas of our life. Each house represents a basic facet of human experience from birth to death.”
The placement of each house in your natal chart is dependent on your rising sign. A person with an Aries rising has what is called a “natural chart”. A rising sign is the sign ascending on the eastern horizon on the time of your birth, it can be calculated using a rising sign calculator here!
From the moment of our first breath, we strengthen in chi, and gradually keep discovering, expressing and becoming more conscious of our greater selves.
- Sandra Pastorius © Mother Tongue Ink 2018
Fox ¤ Robin Leah Quinlivan 2016
Mars is our sense of "Get Up and GO!"
It represents being in motion and the capacity to take action and do. Mars can also affect our temperament.
Melissa Kae Mason, MoonCat! © Mother Tongue Ink 2011
This year is about fully embodying the truth of your own values. Beyond ideas and ideals, the ways that you live and fight for what you cherish is woven into the fiber of your being, is alive in your muscles, nerves, blood, bones.
2022 will continue to slow you down so you can become more intimate with your own instincts, which sometimes move so fast you can hardly see them as they dash by.
The beginning of the year starts off with potentially challenging energies for you, as deeply personal work is activated in a part of your chart that is visible, asking you to explore your public roles and how your wounding and need for love shows up in them.
Surrender to what presents itself for healing, listen humbly and consider your stamina and the stamina of your relationships. Summer is not without some challenges but can be spent in integration, cross-pollination and celebration.
The last four months of the year, things will not move as directly as you may like. You won’t be able to speed up with impunity yet, but will be continually pointed back to the things that require a slower pace.
The more you can soften and explore deeper realms of consciousness, the easier it will be for things to move the way they need to. Use your courageous honesty to learn the difference between self-soothing illusions and the freeing power of imagination.
— Maeanna Welti © Mother Tongue Ink 2021
As Jupiter and Neptune conjunct in Pisces, exact in April, echoing throughout 2022, they challenge us to use our sensitivity, vision, and imagination to open a visionary portal, while at the same time staying grounded enough to not get lost, to stay present and use this vision wisely.
Aries: You're a natural leader but this year, lead by introspective example. A portal can open within your psyche, in the dream world, and behind the scenes.
Some new level of self-honesty can take you on a journey which improves your mind-body connection.
Next year be ready to step into leadership.
Heather Roan Robbins © Mother Tongue Ink 2021
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Use eclipse degrees in your birth chart to identify potential release points. Eclipses serve as catalysts for us to aspire to our destiny’s deeper calling. Use creative self-reflection to experience inner alignments and transmute the past into new sources of energy.
This article goes over all of the eclipses, both lunar and solar, for the year, their dates and times, and their specific, unique affects.
The year 2020 has been a rocky road for the whole year. What can we expect for 2021? Heather Roan Robbins has written the astrological prediction for our upcoming edition of We'Moon , where we have the entire article. Here is an excerpted sneak peek.....
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Taurus Horoscopes for Sun Sign, Moon Sign and Rising Sign. What does 2023 hold for you, Taurus?
No one wants to be a deer in headlights—being immobilized by dangerous experiences seems ridiculous. When in situations that could be detrimental to our health, our logical minds want to believe that we would do something to change our circumstances. Thankfully for you, this year will bring forth a multitude of moments which will challenge you to trust your gut . . .
Gemini Horoscopes for Sun Sign, Moon Sign, and Rising. What does 2023 have in store for you?
Are you ready to make some new friends? Of course you are! Don’t overthink the process of putting yourself out there, Gemini. This year is giving you the opportunity to expand your network; all you must do is be willing to communicate. Since your planetary ruler is Mercury, that should be no problem for you . . .
What does 2023 hold for you, dear Cancer?
You are familiar with the process of transformation and understand that it rarely comes easily. It is a long and often complicated journey involving setbacks, mountains to summit, and occasional disappointments. Dear Cancer, if change came without disruption, then how would we recognize it? . . .