lala
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lala asked in Entertainment & MusicHoroscopes · 9 months ago

Astrology?

By transit Uranus trine natal Sun bring lots of positive changes in our lives

Who agree ?

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  • Janet
    Lv 7
    9 months ago
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    Natal Sun represents our efforts to define ourselves and feel good about who we are. When Uranus transits our Sun, this indicates a time when we need to "update" our self-image. We will have grown in other ways but up to now not kept pace by readjusting our self-image.

    A trine aspect of Transiting Uranus to Natal Sun is very mild, and very easy. It makes you aware of opportunities for growth and change, that are easy to take advantage of and you react to these changes with more enthusiasm and receptivity than usual. You attract newness, new people, new opportunities to yourself. But as I said, the trine (and sextile) aspects are weak, so their influence is very mild. And often not something you can put your finger on and say, "Yes, there it is".

  • Anonymous
    9 months ago

    I must have missed all the horoscopes regarding the Corona virus.

  • 9 months ago

    Yes, of course. Cool transit. Especially if you've been wanting to get rid of some negative habits, and experiment with new ways ♅ ▵ ☉ is just the time. Explore creative, new, unusual directions. 

    If your ☉ and your ♅ are important in your chart, this transit will be especially relevant. 

  • 9 months ago

    Just think about this astrology thing ... 2000 years ago people looking up at the stars made up 'figures' they could see in supposed shapes they made out of the stars. In truth you could draw anything you wanted by 'joining the dots'. Then they decided to make characteristics for these shapes, so for example the Crab has a hard outer shell and soft inside. So because the 'Crab' is at a particular point in the sky when I was born then I 'inherit' these characteristics, modified of course by the 'influence' of other characters ... what total sh*te. 

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