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6 Dos & Don'ts During October's New Moon
13-10-2020, 05:58 PM
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6 Dos & Don'ts During October's New Moon
There is nothing chill about the astrology of 2020. In the continuing theme of cosmic chaos, we've got a lot on our lunar plate this month, too. Wedged between the intense double October full moons that begin and end the month is the October 2020 new moon, which rises on Friday, October 16 in the sign of Libra. While this buoyant lunation sounds like a breath of fresh air within an otherwise harsh astrological week, there will be some moody planets and retrogrades stirring up drama. Following some simple do's and don'ts of the October 2020 new moon is definitely a solid plan.

New moons generally correspond with the energy of a fresh start, and having this one in partnerships-oriented air sign Libra presents us with an opportunity to begin new journeys within our closest romantic or work relationships, as well as within legal issues or matters of justice. However, we'll have to overcome some cosmic obstacles in order to get our plans off the ground. The new moon will be hit with some frustrating planetary aspects from Mars retrograde, Saturn, and Pluto — all of which are squaring off with the moon and sun during the course of this lunation and putting a bit of a damper on this otherwise-airy vibe. With these planets squaring off with one another, we can expect disagreements, roadblocks, hot tempers, and even crisis moments taking place all through the new moon weekend.

On top of it all, Mercury retrograde fall 2020 begins a few days before the new moon rises, so we'll also be feeling the mental mix-ups, timing troubles, and communication clashes this transit is infamous for. In short, there's a lot going on — so here's the scoop on everything you should and shouldn't do during the October 2020 new moon.

https://www.bustle.com/life/october-2020...-dos-donts
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