During this month you will be worried about your family and your home. No matter what the solutions are...it's always around full moon. Moreover this month of March may be the end of a cycle for all the people who were born in your decan as long as you know how to let go of the past and move on with your life.
Since the lunation of 6 is in dissonance with your sun, you will have some problems with your family and friends or at work...or even both at home and at work. You need to loosen up and be receptive...
This month the main focus will be your relationship with your family. Since you think about it so much, why don't you invite them for dinner? There's nothing better than catching up with family and plan the next family vacation!
You need to communicate, especially with your partner. Your conversations will be more frequent and definitely hotter.
Mercury is trying to keep you at home: you spend a lot of time with your family on the phone but it will be pretty positive in the end.
Mars is in your sixth solar house and you are very busy, which makes you pretty tired. You may need a magnesium treatment.
Neptune will make you more poetical and spiritual, you are in symbiosis with the Universe but you are unrealistic and disillusioned.
In the week of 3, the Sun is in dissonance with your decan and you will feel you are stagnating at work, and that might stress you out at home as well. Make sure you stay kind and patient...and harmony will be back.
You may have misunderstandings when it comes to communicating with your family and friends, especially during the week of 24 when Mercury is in dissonance. Make sure you stay receptive to your family and your co-workers.
Enthusiastic, forward and adventurist, your zodiac sign is a fire sign connected to Jupiter, symbol of expansion, quest and luck...
Symbol of greatness and optimism, Jupiter is connected to our knowledge of the universe and our extroversion...
Your zodiac sign is determined at the time of your birth, by the position of the sun in the zodiac.
Dates are changing each year because the position of the Sun is ruled by season and not by calendar dates.