Jupiter square Pluto creates ‘Pressure for Change’ Aug 4th, 2017

Namastrology: Holistic Astrology, Yoga & Healing

Jupiter/Pluto square reinforces a theme this month of feeling the pressure for change, and the experience of transformation from the ‘inside out’.

An astrological square between Jupiter in Libra and Pluto in Capricorn culminates today, but the entire range for this transit is from June 23-August 31st and definitely has the potential to influence this August us as the eclipses reach their epitome (the Full Moon/Lunar Eclipse will be Aug 7th and New Moon/Solar Eclipse is on Aug 21st.)

Jupiter has been in Libra since October 2016 and has been influencing us to explore new ways to bring balance and harmony into our lives during that time.  Pluto in Capricorn represents change and transformation over a much longer-term, especially relating to our perceptions of success, respect and recognition.  Pluto represents radical change and even ‘destruction’, and now in retrograde really reinforces the theme of change from the ‘inside out’ as…

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