Stargazing — Week of March 11th through March 17th, 2019

Mar 11, 2019 | Monthly Astrology|Stargazing


This is a week when you can get a lot accomplished. With Saturn in Capricorn and Uranus in Taurus we can welcome a note of stability on these troubled times. A Taurus moon on Sunday and Monday support sensual pleasures and accomplishing tasks that have tangible results.

On Wednesday the 13th, it is better to tend to all your “must do” tasks early because the later afternoon into early evening has you feeling tired and perhaps even a bit at odds with the world.

The Thursday morning, the 14th has Mars making a helpful trine to Saturn, and that supports efforts at long-term projects. This harmonious pattern brings energies of “good Cop” to Saturn in the first of two trines this year; you can work on your physical health, financial objectives as well as your career goals.

Although Mercury is retrograde for most of March, it makes several alignments this week that have positive effects on communications.

Thursday marks the halfway point of the Mercury retrograde cycle, so for the rest of March, you can begin working on new and incoming projects, but do not carve them in stone until we get out of the shadow of Mercury retrograde in April.

Knock off early on Friday if you are able. Mercury squares Jupiter in the afternoon, and that is not conducive to traffic or clear thinking. This is a day when you’re looking on the bright side of life.

Saturday, March 16th is a pleasant day as Mercury sextiles Pluto; your thought processes will become deeper bringing a greater curiosity about what lies beneath the surface for you in the upcoming months. The Moon moves into heart-opening Leo in the evening.   (It’s my Birthday)



On Sunday the Moon is bright and in Leo for St. Patrick’s Day, a time so great for sharing with friends and family. Communications speed up and with all this help from Saturn and Pluto, Mercury retrograde may not be so bad after all.