On January 26, 2022

Time to try something new

By Cassandra Tyndall

The week is the final week of the first month of the new year. It’s amazing how fast that time flew by. It’s quite possible that just a month ago you were feeling focused about your goals and the possibility that 2022 promises.

It seems that for many of us Jupiter in Pisces has had other ideas! Fatigue, vagueness and a focus on soul nourishment has proven to be the rest we may not have wanted, but we desperately needed. The last two years have been tough on many levels. A toll has been taken, even if you didn’t think you needed to pay it.

This week sees Mars enter Capricorn for the first time in two years, marking the anniversary of when the pandemic began in the Western world. Many of your goals and priorities may have changed since then, so the next six weeks can support you in connecting with what matters to you and doing the work that needs to be done in order to achieve it. 

Venus winds up her retrograde phase, which began in December 2021. As new desires emerge, different directions may need to be taken. You may discover you have more support than you think, especially if you’re willing to try something new.

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