Moon [in Taurus] opposite Venus/Juno [in Scorpio]
Moon [in Taurus] trine Pluto [in Capricorn]
Moon [in Taurus] square Ceres [in Capricorn]
Moon [in Taurus] sextile Neptune [in Pisces]
Winter Solstice [Sun enters Capricorn]
Contrary to popular belief, it doesn’t take much to be brilliant. One need not resort to mountain moving to be a star in one’s own right. All it takes is the courage to expess the best qualities, as well as the confidence not to be shaken nor stirred by the projections The Others will eventually, and unconciously, emit.
Even the purest light is up for interpretation, so why not play around with externally imposed ideas, assumptions, and expectations? Humor helps. Remember, too: actions speak decibels louder than arguments.
Not everyone handles everything as well as others. If it’s a bit darker than you’re used to, rest assured knowing that you have the potential at this time to shine more luminously than you ever have in the past.