Astrology Hub's Podcast Horoscope for the Week of April 15th – April 21st
Donna Woodwell's Major Theme/ Suggestion for the Week:
“It's as if there's a subtle power shift going on in the skies, it might take us weeks to fully put words to…but, still, I think empowerment might be a good theme for the week. ~ Donna Woodwell
Week of April 15th – April 21st
Advice from Amanda & Donna
“From whom are we seeking approval? Can we actually live the life that we came here to live, that blueprint in our astrology chart without disappointing anyone? We don't like to disappoint people. So many of us have that “people pleasing” element of us. I really do think that it goes back to survival. It's like in our DNA that we need to be liked in order to survive. It's a tough one to work against, but I think it's really important for us to keep in mind that if we're truly going to be empowered, if we're truly going to live our blueprint, that in the process we're going to disappoint some people and yet the people that matter, the people that really, truly support us, the people that really, truly love us, they're not going to be disappointed. They're going to be rooting us on. They're going to be like, yes, you're doing it, you're being you. .”
– Amanda Pua Walsh
“When I say change ‘their own reality bubble', I mean we have a set of filters through which we perceive what's happening to us. Sometimes those filters are developed at one time in our lives and we're now moved on the filters no longer resonate and are actually impeding our growth. And to become really good at moving through the world, you have to be willing to bend and shape and tweak that entire filter system so that you can appreciate the good that's coming to you without rejecting.”
– Donna Woodwell
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Key Astrology Dates from this Lunations Inner Guide
*IC Cosmic Update 4.17* MERCURY ENTERS ARIES (until May 6th) @2:01 am ET.
Less rationale and more self-focus in communication, with quick, opportunistic decision-making. Our thoughts and ideas are pioneering, and we tend to speak more spontaneously, but sometimes too impulsively. Be direct without being aggressive, be assertive without being defensive, and channel your verbal passion through physical, outdoor activity.