September 5th features a touchy New Moon at 13 degrees Virgo.
Virgo is about zeroing in on what's wrong, and fixing it. This Moon will oppose Chiron (Wounded Healer) at 11 degrees Pisces, so you can expect tension from feeling less than perfect, or discovering that something is missing/lacking.
But New Moons are new beginnings. This is not a conclusion, it's only the first chapter. No matter how things start, there will be room for improvement (Virgo). And don't forget Chiron's healing power. Yes, you have to confront the wound first, but then you can do something about it. Chiron in Pisces is about releasing what hurts. Locate the problem (Virgo) then work on dealing with it and let it go. The risk is getting caught up in punishment and self-sacrifice, as a way of dealing with the hurt (Shadow Virgo). What's that going to accomplish? Nothing. Virgo can help you find solutions, as long as you keep moving forward.
The New Moon will also form a tense inconjunct with Uranus retrograde at 11 degrees Aries. Inconjuncts demand adjustment, and this will be an adjustment between Uranus' impatient energy and Virgo's detailed investigations. You may be pushed by unexpected events, but you'll still have to pay attention to the little things. At the same time, you'll have to be quick on your feet.
I know. It sounds impossible. But there will also be a supportive sextile from Jupiter (optimism) at 14 degrees Cancer. This will be the soothing, background influence (perhaps in the guise of a nurturing person or lucky event that gives you just what you need). It will be a nervous, ultra-sensitive New Moon, but Virgo always has the fix. And so will you.
If you have planets/angles from 11-14 degrees Aries, Pisces or Virgo, you'll feel these influences most strongly.