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FEATURED SIGN – PISCES


From 19th February to 21st March this year, the sun travels through mutable water sign Pisces, noted for her dreaminess, escapist nature and love of fantasy. Pisces is the twelfth and final sign of the zodiac with keywords, ‘I merge’ and ‘I seek redemption’. With Pisces, the inner self is preparing for retreat from the world and, as the ego dissolves, boundaries are weakened and impressionability and sensitivity increases. Pisceans are versatile and adaptable, gentle and compassionate. They are often psychic and highly attuned to the spiritual plane. Those born under the sign of the fishes excel as counsellors, healers, actors, artists and musicians. Many are attracted to the fashion, beauty and movie industries while others work with those on the fringe of society – the elderly and sick, people with a disability or special needs and those in jail, detention or rehab centres. At best Pisceans serve humanity and practise unconditional love. Negatively, they can be victims and martyrs, known for self-sabotage or self-sacrifice. There is also a tendency to rescue or ‘save’ others. In medical astrology, Pisces rules the toes, feet and lymphatic system. There is sometimes a reflex effect on the abdominal region governed by opposite sign, Virgo. When Pisceans are out of balance they often suffer from foot trouble, intestinal diseases and fluid build-up. Addiction to drugs and alcohol is also common. The Pisces colours are sea green, purple and the various shades of blue. Pisces greatest lesson is to learn discrimination and to protect and ground themselves.


COMMON MANIFESTATIONS – 2ND MARCH TO 9TH APRIL During this five-week period, any underlying grievances will become apparent, particularly if you have been ignoring gut feelings and intuition. If you have a copy of your birth chart, look up the houses containing Aries and Libra to see which areas of your life will be affected. Aries is all about me, myself and I- my desires, my passions and my rights, whereas Libra is all about cooperation, sharing and partnership. This Mars retrograde transit asks us to consider our own needs as well as those of others. Here are some things to watch out for: • External drive and energy changes direction


• Daily progress is suddenly filled with effort


• Bad luck or fate appears to intervene • Feelings of illness, exhaustion, depression or weakness


• Suppressed feelings of hostility come to the surface


• Feeling psychologically depleted or completely liberated


• Loss of interest or focus on what might have been an important project or relationship only weeks earlier


• Irrational action and enforced introspection


• Relationship conflicts • A battle between conscious will and unconscious intent.


• Festering energy explodes creating rage, passion, heat, libido and ambition


at 27º Libra and begins his backward journey through Libra. Imagine a large truck going into reverse. This most challenging part of the cycle will last until 9th April when Mars at 19º Libra moves to oppose the sun at 19º Aries. Those with birthdays between the 4th and 14th October or with planets at 14-24° Aries, Cancer, Libra or Capricorn will be most affected.


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• If the sun-Mars opposition hits a planet or angle in your birth chart the effects are even more powerful


• War is declared on oppressive situations


• Problems can no longer be ignored


You can read more about the Mars retrograde transit in next month’s Stargazer.


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AUTUMN EQUINOX March 21st, the autumn equinox, is a key date in the astrological calendar as the sun moves from Pisces to Aries and day and night are of equal length. The leaves begin to turn from green to brilliant reds and yellows, animals start to migrate, and the harvest is underway. Many ancient civilisations considered the equinox and solstice points the most important days of the calendar, marking the turning points of the year. For the next six months, nights are longer than days, meaning it is time to start withdrawing energy from the outer world and preparing for the cooler months ahead. Stock up your kitchen shelves and freezer and get your house and garden in order. The autumn equinox is a good time to get rid of any unwanted possessions – old clothes, furniture, books, files, papers- you know the sort of thing. Remember the golden rule of decluttering. ‘Is it useful? Is it beautiful? Is it sentimental?’ If it’s none of these, let it go and make space for something new. Old stuff energetically and emotionally drags you down and keeps you from moving forward. You will be amazed how good you will feel when you remove all this ‘old stuff’ from your life. With action planet Mars travelling backwards from early March to mid-May, this blends in nicely with the autumnal energy with its themes of slowing down, letting go and tying up loose ends.


MARCH MOON CALENDAR Visit www.livingnow.com.au for details of this month’s moon calendar.


Stella Woods is an astrology teacher and consultant based in St Kilda, Melbourne. Contact Stella for private readings on 03 9534 5021 or stella@


stellastarwoman.com or www.stellastarwoman. com. Visit www.livingnow.com.au for updates by Stella on the 1st and 16th of each month.


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