Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
A new moon in Aries, April 11, requires a friendly beam from Mars to make that new moon effective and positive for you. Remarkably, you are about to have Mars’ help, for at mid-month, he will be in a perfect position to protect you and bring opportunities you can take advantage of in April.
You have two consecutive days that will be outstanding this month. On April 15, the Sun will exchange sparkling rays with Jupiter, giving you favor with a VIP. The next day, April 16, action-oriented Mars in Gemini will reach out to good-fortune Jupiter in Aquarius, a day when your determination to reach a goal will be met with a stroke of luck. Stay alert—your timing will be ideal. These are your best days of the month. They will be calling out your name!
Guard your strength and energy as you get closer to the possibly draining full moon in Scorpio, April 26. This full moon will light your sixth house of health and fitness, including all the steps you take to remain healthy. It will be important for you to keep your strength up. Don’t become bored with the pandemic–maintain your safety routine to keep the virus at bay.
That full moon will receive a challenge from unpredictable Uranus, making the time near April 26 quite unstable. You seem to be working hard at the office or lab, racing to finish a major project, but your long hours and hard work may be taking a toll on your health. Knowing this full moon might drain you, start the project early in the month so you don’t run out of time. Even so, there will be plenty of last-minute details to oversee or add, but if you are organized, you should be as cool as a cucumber. We study astrology so we can avoid difficulties—give your body TLC (tender loving care), and your body will return the favor and keep you strong.
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