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Mars Conjunct Jupiter

Biting Off More than We Can Chew.

Kelli Fox

Keywords: exuberance, energy, optimism
Frequency: Once every two years. Duration: 20 Days (half deg. per day average)

We wake up chomping at the bit and can't wait to get started. We grab the football and run far down the field before we realize no one else can keep up. Difficult as it is, we need to pace ourselves.

With this can-do attitude, we can easily take on more than we can actually handle. We’re full of energy, exuberant and enthusiastic. Problem is, while we’re surging, we don’t realize that the energy will soon drain away, only to surge again. That’s the scoop for the two weeks or so that this transit lasts. Vigorous exercise is crucial during this time to provide an outlet for this coltish energy, but don't overexert or overextend yourself. Sports and athletics are exciting to watch now, not least because dramatic action on the field could lead to accidents. It’s not just our bodies that are stimulated now: Our faith is, too. We may be too quick to get angry on a point of faith or philosophy. Remember, it's a belief, not a fact.

Mars conjunct Jupiter in the Natal Chart

Mars conjunct Jupiter in the Compatibility Chart

Mars conjunct Jupiter in the Transit Chart

Mars conjunct Jupiter in the Composite Chart

Mars conjunct Jupiter in the Solar Return Chart

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