March 2020 astrology has an intense energy – here’s why

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Astrologers have been discussing astrology in March 2020 for a very, very, very long time. You see, Saturn, also known as the Lord of Karma, meeting Pluto, who represents death and rebirth, in Capricorn, the sign of government and business, creates a combination of strong impact that suggests a massive jolt in our lives. systems. Then add Jupiter, the most giant planet in the solar system to the mix, which makes everything much more prominent, and that combination becomes even more inflamed.

Although Saturn has been in Capricorn since the end of 2017 and Pluto since 2008, it was only in the last few months that they started to travel very close. Jupiter, which moves much faster, entered Capricorn on December 2, 2019 and reached it quickly. Now, with the three planets all within seven degrees of each other and Mars, a catalytic planet that represents action, also in the mix, we no longer need to question what will happen in March 2020 astrology.

Mars, which initially entered Capricorn on February 16, begins the week at 20 degrees Capricorn and ends at 24 degrees Capricorn – united with Pluto and Jupiter. This means that you can expect the following week to bring a greater focus to this Capricorn stellium. And, using news about COVID-19 as evidence, we can expect this cosmic destruction to continue. Yes, this is a scary time and yes, everything will be fine.

With social distance and large-scale closures at stake, it is critical to take care of your physical and mental health now. Social distance is not social isolation, so make sure you stay connected through technology. And home exercises are a great option to explore. If you haven’t done your homework to find your favorites yet, take the time to prepare for success that way. Nurturing yourself and caring for your spirituality through ways like meditation, journaling and prayer can also help maintain your quality of mental well-being.

Why do we all need to do our “Saturn work” this week

This week, Saturn continues to advance the Capricorn anorexigenic degree – the last degree. When a planet ends a sign, it is usually when its most powerful lesson emerges. Saturn has traveled at 29 degrees Capricorn since March 9 and will continue to enter Aquarius on March 22. Now, more than ever, we are forced to do our work on Saturn. Saturn limits our options so that we can go deeper and answer your call. As we struggle with the public health crisis, this is a critical time to do our job on Saturn. This means taking care of ourselves with courage, entering our maturity and facing reality as it is, while cultivating our higher self in the process.

While we are struggling with the public health crisis, it is essential to do Saturn’s job: take care of ourselves with courage, enter into our maturity and face reality as it is, while cultivating our higher self.

Resilience is our ability to face challenges and come back stronger. Resilience requires cultivating strength and determination, knowing that on the other side of this crisis is a post-traumatic growth cycle for the world. Saturn leaves us no choice now but to support and cultivate our resilience.

Use the astrological new year as an opportunity to restart

Meanwhile, on March 19, the sun leaves Pisces and enters Aries. Right now, we have not only the spring equinox, but also the astrological new year. After all, Aries begins the zodiac calendar, and the sign is ruled by Mars, which plays an important role in the week ahead.

We are officially entering a season related to the purification of rabies. The positive side here is that feelings of anguish can lead to fantastic advances when applied properly. Consider this one more reason to prepare for your home exercises: the sun in Aries makes you want to move.

That said, the beginning of spring, a time with little fresh food available, remains an opportunity for our bodies to purify themselves. If we were to eat seasonally, our caloric intake at this time of year would be the lowest. Think about it: winter reserves have been consumed and a new cycle of food is yet to sprout, making this time of year a time to cleanse, detoxify and prepare for what is to come.

But I hope we are all prepared with shelves full of dry food, snacks and reservations available for possible time at home in the coming weeks. If you find yourself eating emotionally during this period of high tension, be compassionate with yourself and know that consuming in this way is not necessarily a bad thing. That said, also establish a firm intention to honor your body and prioritize intuitive eating. Consider increasing your meditation practice or mindfulness, tune in your breathing, and recite some positive statements to stay connected with your body and your needs.

Ultimately, one of the best things you can do now with this seasonal transition and the astrological new year is to develop your vision for next year. Redirect your focus of anxiety and worry and put it in your vision for the future. Pick up your old magazines, scissors and glue and be crafty with a collage or vision board where you see yourself going from here. Although the astrology of March 2020 is one of the most poignant moments of these cycles of the year, we will overcome this together.

Jennifer Racioppi is the creator of Lunar Logic – a philosophy that integrates the profound wisdom of science and spirituality and combines her experience in astrology, positive psychology and women’s health – to train high-performance entrepreneurs to reach the next level of success.

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