On March 24, 2021

Spring Equinox brings newfound energy

By Cassandra Tyndall

Spring has now sprung and along with it, the impetus for action, energy and momentum. As the snow begins to melt and the agitation within nature returns, you too might feel the itch to get moving with life. What will you do? Where will you go? What will you achieve? With so many more options available in comparison to this time last year, you may be bursting at the seams to do it all!

As busy Mars in Gemini brings plenty of options to the table, you might feel anxious at the prospect of so many choices. The temptation to spread oneself too thin, saying “Yes” to all the things, or the desire to make up for lost time is real.

As indecision mounts, a breakthrough is possible, and you might decide what’s worth committing to and what’s not. A lot can get done this week, but your challenge lies in limiting distractions. New beginnings are possible, especially regarding compromises and agreements within your important relationships. The combination of extending an olive branch, while at the same time  asserting your desires may be what prevents old patterns from circling back again.

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