February 10th brings us the first eclipse of 2017: a Full Moon eclipse at 22 degrees Leo.
Eclipses have the potential to trigger unexpected, powerful events. How they play out in your life depends entirely on your chart. But each eclipse has a unique mood, and this one looks positive.
I write this cautiously, with full awareness of the current political climate.
The Trine and the Rectangle
The Moon is part of a Grand Fire Trine that includes Saturn in Sagittarius and Uranus in Aries. This combines the best of both worlds, as Saturn provides stability and Uranus creates change. Uranus (which rules the Aquarius Sun) with an eclipse is usually a recipe for shocks and upsets. But Saturn's steadying hand suggests these results should involve smooth progress.
Even better, optimistic Jupiter in Libra will trine the Sun/sextile the Moon. Jupiter will be Rx, but this certainly won't weaken it. I see Jupiter Rx as concentrated growth in one area. You're pulling back in order to focus on what has the most potential. That potential will feed into this eclipse.
There is another configuration here: a Mystic Rectangle. The tension of two oppositions (Sun/Moon and Jupiter/Uranus) is offset by the harmony of surrounding sextiles and trines. Jupiter trines the Sun and makes a sextile to the Moon, while Uranus trines the Moon and makes a sextile to the Sun. A Jupiter/Uranus opposition can trigger explosive expansion. In this case, that expansion should be easy to work with. The trines and sextiles will help you integrate the results. If you get hit with a surprise (Uranus) Jupiter can present reasons why it's a beneficial surprise. If you get overwhelmed with too much/too soon (Jupiter) Uranus will be there with innovations and fresh perspective.
Work With This
And then there's Saturn, keeping everything under control (it will also make calming sextiles to Jupiter and the Sun). Saturn (at 25 degrees Sagittarius in your chart) is your tool - use it to corral this crazy energy and do something constructive with it. Saturn says this eclipse's culminations will be structured. Despite all the big potential, there may be a very narrow path to walk. You'll have to focus, do the work, be responsible. That's what generates results.
Leo suggests a dramatic outcome. Very public, with a sense of special purpose. If you're trying to launch something, you couldn't ask for a better influence. If you're trying to hide or avoid something...you won't be able to. Full Moons illuminate, and this one will have a mega watt shine. But it may work out in your favour (Jupiter). Jupiter opposite Uranus can bring odd, unexpected events. Jupiter/Uranus is extreme, with its mad rush towards the future and freedom at all costs. But it's so well integrated into this eclipse, there's structure and planning. Focused fanaticism? That's a possibility. We can always ponder the negative outcomes. But let's think positive. If there is a disruption, it might uncover something you can work with.