Daily horoscope - 1st January 2019

Happy New Year! Mars, which enters its own sign Aries today, will make us ambitious.

 

Tuesday, January 1st, 2019:

Mars, which enters its own sign Aries today, will make us ambitious. Just be careful not to overdo it. Make sure boldness doesn’t turn into cockiness, and make sure daring doesn’t turn into recklessness. Remember that Mars, a harmonious planet, has an active and positive impact on our lives. Disharmony, however, can create conflict. If you resist its influence, you may experience resistance in return.

Daily aspects

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Sun (Capricorn) Sextile Moon (Scorpio)

6:49 am

The communication is balanced between the male and female principle. It is made no difference between colleagues and managers – the staff and the head.

Good teamwork is performed and you are at home everywhere. Friends, acquaintance and relatives are supporting your ideas and projects – it does not last for a long time. Use this period of time!

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Moon (Scorpio) Sextile Saturn (Capricorn)

9:05 am

This sextile gives responsibility and reliability – accompanied by organizational talent. You face your objectives and your mind is inspired by enthusiasm and deliberation.

Mars → Aries

12:53 pm

When Mars stays in the sign of Aries you feel highly energetic and confident. Mars gives stamina, resilience, boldness, courage and indefatigability. Mars is the god of war – quarrelsomeness is now on stage. Mars restructures discussions, disputes and the libido - some trouble could occur. Exaggerated ambitious would be shown.

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Moon (Scorpio) Trine Neptune (Pisces)

2:10 pm

The trine between the Moon and Neptune let you pleasantly be surprised. You feel imagination and have a good intuition – your mind is open toward arts and various artistic fields.

Birthday on January 1st, 2019

J. D. Salinger (1919 - 2010), Christine Lagarde (* 1956), Luis Guzmán (* 1957), Sven Regener (* 1961)