"A scant six months ago (October 8, 2014), a lunar eclipse fell opposite this point, at 14 Aries. This is the response to that eclipse’s call. If that eclipse asked us to question the primacy of our individuality in order to give ourselves more fully to a relationship, this message perhaps carries the opposite message: namely, that you can be yourself and honor your own needs without being rude.
The Aries Sun at this Full moon is in a conjunction with Uranus; both are opposed the Moon in Libra, and all three are square Pluto in Capricorn. There are many conflicting impulses and needs bound up in this configuration; tension is likely to be high in the days around this eclipse. Where do we turn for comfort and sanity?
In a configuration like this one, the tactic is similar to surviving any fast-moving disaster: move toward the empty space. The empty space in this cardinal t-square is opposite Pluto, in Cancer. Yesterday, I skipped a party I had been invited to. After a hectic couple of weeks with a lot more social interaction than usual, this introvert was simply not up to making small talk with a room full of strangers. So I stayed home, nestled on the sofa with my cat, watching TV. I felt a little guilty for missing the party, but I exulted in the sheer, indulgent, Cancerian bliss of being alone in my little cocoon."