We have an important rarity happening the next two weeks, and that's the Grand Water Trine between Mars in mid-Cancer, Jupiter in mid-Scopio, and Uranus in mid-Pisces. This will harmonize areas in our charts ruled by these planets, as well as sectors where these planets are transitting. The blessing here is that it's been going on once a month when the Moon was in Cancer, and will continue long after Mars leaves Cancer. It will reach its zone of maximum focus on May 2, when Moon in Cancer conjuncts Mars and trines the other two, and last for quite a while after that.
So our Aries and Scorpio sectors are in harmony with our Sagittarius and Pisces sectors, and all of the above are in harmony with the individualizer Uranus, the spiritual ruler of Capricorn and Aquarius. This links 6 areas of our charts in a grand harmony, and if we include Cancer, we have more than half of our charts showing us how to flow into a greater emotional understanding and effectiveness.
Do not ignore your feelings and what understanding you're getting, even now. It's all at work even as you read this, and during this time when the aspects are forming, we can "catch a wave," as the surfers say, and ride this one into a deeper and vaster emotional perspective and contentment. It should be assisting all with planets in the Water signs of Cancer, Scorpio, and Pisces, as well as the houses ruled by any planets you may have in these signs.
As I've hinted at in the past few days, the Sun in Taurus is helping ground these energies in concrete and simple ways, and giving us a chance to see our place of greatest growth and service from a vaster perspective. Mercury will follow the Sun's path during the second week of May, and even the squares to Neptune will help the oppositional awareness of the Taurus-Scorpio opposition to release through the heart love sign of Leo, so be the best Leo you can be as you flow around, over, and through obstacles.
One final hint: Water changes state. It can be solid, liquid, or gaseous, depending on the circumstances. It never loses its nature, and always seeks its own level. It simply fills up low spots, moves from higher to lower areas, and in its liquid state, simply flows on, never shrinking from any plunge or precipice.
During the next couple of weeks, use water as the metaphor for how to greet or go through what's happening. It can actually be fun surfing a big wave once you get over your apprehensions, and when you're done, you know you're alive!