On February 3, 2021

Try something different on for size

By Cassandra Tyndall

The astrology of February is quite unique. With a total of six of the seven visible planets all congregating in the sign of Aquarius, there will be one area of life where you’ll be exerting a great deal of mental energy. Take note of the direction of the thoughts that occupy your mind — that will be your clue as to where you may need to rethink, refresh and innovate.

Negotiations, particularly of a relational nature may be under cosmic pressure to adjust and change too. As planet of love Venus activates the signature aspect of 2021 — the volatile square between Saturn and Uranus — this week may highlight an ongoing theme within your most important partnerships.

On one hand, you may be inspired to pursue a deviation from your usual rhythm or routine, while on the other, you may come to realize just how much of a stickler you are for the familiar. Regardless of your own nature toward change, straddling the tension between trying something new and staying the same is territory that will be almost impossible to escape from. The flavor of February is about “trying it on for size.” Even if it doesn’t fit, there will be plenty of opportunities moving forward to finding a solution that fits.

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