Libra starts off with relationship dealings, commitments and contracts. You are likely to be edgy about decisions, so bide your time and get all the information and facts as Mercury is retrograde. The 26th sees a New Moon in sensual Taurus, your 8th house. Over the next few weeks, you'll take a new direction in managing finances, analysing and taking care of money owed and owing to you. This is a good time to set plans in place for resolving money issues and obligations, including joint incomes, but avoid being too possessive about shared belongings and property. Changes could bring on some emotional apprehension, which you need to understand and let go of. Move to turn around your attitude in intimate relationships and take on a different view of values. Psychic experiences are there for you, as is your ability to be charming and persuasive in relationships.
With the Cosmic Prankster in fiery Aries, your 7th solar house, discussions that took place during latter part of last month are likely to recur from the 27th to the 30th. Meanwhile, lovely Venus your planetary ruler will re-enter Aries on the 28th, helping you find resolutions and settling differences in litigation and relationship issues.
The North Node/South Node axis, also known as the Dragon's Head and Dragon's Tail, is about to change signs. This is particularly potent. Because the Moon's Nodes normally travel in retrograde fashion, the Mean Node will be moving from Virgo into Leo (your 11th solar house) on April the 29th, with the True Node following suit on May 9th. However, the effects of this change will be felt most strongly in the first degree of Virgo, your 12th solar house of secrets.
With the North Node retrograding into your 11th solar house and the South Node in your 5th house for the next 18 months or so, karmic lessons can be learnt from valuing friendships and personal relationships versus the intrigue and dependence on romantic attachments from past lives. The acceptance of dreams is another way of receiving messages. This can to be used as a guide and direction towards achieving goals, rather than forcing your will or ego onto others. Let go of your personal pride, your focus on self and ego, by becoming more impersonal and detached. Allow more freedom and less grip within relationships or with other people. Taking a dispassionate point of view allows you to loosen the grip and become less involved, but be available when others need you. Now that could be difficult. Expand your individuality and become more independent. Joining clubs, groups and organisations may be used as a way of valuing yourself and others.