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This Mars-Neptune aspect (called a trine) could feel like a burst of inspiration, heightened sex drive, or extra stamina you can use to make forward momentum on projects (especially creative ones). The trine’s effects will stick around for a few days. However, if you deal with any addictions, take care, as this trine could tempt you to backslide. You can still choose to honor your commitments. Monday’s full Moon in Cancer will have us reflecting on partnerships of all sorts. It’s also a supermoon, meaning it’s closer to the Earth than usual, so it will appear larger. Saturn, Venus, and the Sun—all in Capricorn—interact with Monday’s huge Moon to help us determine how committed we are to our various unions. Do we feel supported and respected by the other person? Have we been doing our part … or slacking? Full Moons tend to highlight interpersonal dynamics; since Cancer is a sign of emotional security and nurturing, we can expect added attention to issues of trust, family, and vulnerability. This full Moon balances Cancer’s warm feelings with Capricorn’s cold facts.
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