The Libra scales are out of balance this week and trying to find the right level. One day you're running from thing to thing, and the next day you have nothing to do. The pendulum is swinging wildly this week.
The week begins on Sunday, January 17, with fortunate Jupiter in Aquarius, in your house of adventure, making a square to Uranus in Taurus in your house of resources. This square kicks off an intense week of radical aspects that could end up changing your life. Today, you may have a desire to break free of a prison you created for yourself. Libra native, you're constantly measuring, weighing choices, and looking at pros and cons. Now is the time to look at probabilities, as well. If you were to roll the dice on a new love relationship or partnership to start a business, are the odds in your favor? Today, a single connection could take your life in a whole new direction.
The wild ride of energy continues on Wednesday, January 20, with a pair of aspects starting with Mars in Taurus conjunct Uranus in your house of security. On the same day, Mercury, in calculating Aquarius, makes a trine to your North Node in your house of spirituality. Today, you may be walking to the edge of a cliff just to feel the wind and to see the view. It would be better to be looking for a bridge across. If you have been on the figurative edge, being lackadaisical about your job, not putting effort into your love life, or playing fast and loose with your finances, you are walking a proverbial tight rope over the Grand Canyon. Time to plan to build a bridge to where you want to go.
The energy doesn't let up as the week comes to an end on Saturday, January 23, with another pair of aspects. Now Mars moves to square freedom-loving Jupiter in your house of fun. And the sun in Aquarius forms a conjunction with prudent Saturn, the antithesis of fun. Now you have the opportunity to focus on a single goal. This might be getting out of debt or taking steps to really find a great relationship. This is to be done with precision and discipline. And the key here is to involve the community, which includes friends, family, neighbors, and supportive groups of like-minded people. Today, you're not working on a goal, you’re building a legacy.