Transit Neptune Opposition Natal Mars

Neptune Opposition Natal Mars Transit-Aspects

Transit Aspects

Astrological transits are a part of what is usually called predictive astrology, the claim of astrology to predict or forecast future trends and developments. Most astrologers nowadays regard the term 'prediction' as something of a misnomer, as modern astrology does not claim to directly predict future events as such. Instead it is claimed that an astrological pattern with regard to the future can correspond with any one of a variety of possibilities. What is in fact foretold is the trend of circumstances and the nature of the individual's reaction to the situation

Neptune Opposition Natal Mars

You may have to be extra careful during this transit of Neptune Opposition Mars. The more that you charge ahead, the more you may entangle yourself in situations that are difficult to resolve. Complex problems may result from ill-considered encounters. Impulsive decisions can have untoward effects unless you consider carefully the context of your choices and try to imagine the consequences before electing a specific course. This interval can deplete you of energy, especially if you push your self-interest unthinkingly. You may face opposition to your desires that can completely neutralize or deflect the impact that you seek. If you continue in your pursuits, you may slowly lose your vitality as the frustration of unfulfilled urges can take its toll. Try not to launch any new activities during this aspect, especially business or financial projects. You may not have the necessary energy to accomplish what you may want to do, this could end up in a crisis of self-confidence resulting from being defeated or becoming depressed because you feel like a failure. It is not realistic to give up, given that soon enough you will be back to your normal level of energy, its just a good time to understanding your own limitations and finding a balance between your ego drives and your higher self.


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