The vibe that’s influencing us all this week is a strange and interesting one, and although it may be momentarily tempting to toss aside the life we know and love. It’s best not to make any permanent changes right now!
It’s true that we will see things in a new way, and this can be quite exciting…but it can also be disruptive and unstable. It is a good time to free oneself from unnecessary constraints and advance one’s most radical ideas. Reforms and updates go smoothly at this time.
The most progressive and innovative concepts seem perfectly normal. And we shouldn’t let the excitable energy of this period pass by completely unobserved. Especially for folks who tend to live by routine (which can be a nice way of saying they’re in a rut), this period could be really fun — and it just might turn out to be the kick in the pants they need to get things going in a new direction.
If you have the Sun conjunct Uranus as a natal aspect:
You’re not the normal cup of tea. No matter what your Sun sign is, you don’t fully identify with or relate to the themes and characteristics of that sign. You refuse to be categorized or easily defined. You like to feel different from everyone else around you, and may even define yourself as ‘not this’ and ‘not that.’
You might associate with very conservative people, because they provide a foil for the more unusual aspects of your personality. You’re more comfortable with change than most people are, and have the ability to see what’s approaching in the future and hop on the bandwagon before anyone else even sees it coming.
Your original thinking means you’re far ahead of your time, and by the time others have caught up with you, you’ve moved on to something else daring, new and interesting. A rebellious attitude may give you some trouble at various points throughout your life, because you are not simply going to cave in to whatever the prevailing paradigm happens to be: You’re way too progressive for that!
Science and technology have a strong appeal for you, stimulating your creative mind and challenging you to master new skills so you can take advantage of new information.