Here some advice on how to deal with this stellium:
Imagine yourself as a circus equilibrist, an artist that juggles plates on high sticks. Your goal is to have 20 plates spinning without letting them fall and break. You keep darting from one plate to the other to keep them in motion, while introducing new plates and spinning the old ones.
This Aries stellium can reinforce this feeling, and have you believe that you should apply for “Cirque du Soleil”.
Can you imagine how frantic, exhausted you’d be at the end of the transit?
How many plates would still be spinning? How many would be wobbling, ready to fall and break?
Would you feel that you had used this energy in the best possible manner?
The Best Usage of the April Stellium
What if, instead, you had just 2 or 3 plates, and removed all the others?
What if, with those remaining, you switched them off, except one, and focused on a single plate at a time?
What if, you gave yourself permission to go with the flow?
The likelihood is that pretty soon you’d be feeling a sense of accomplishment, of having been able to spend time with your creativity, without pressure, deadlines, and “must do” behavior.
The Equilibrist by Roweig Aim for flow, instead of seeking a balance with a multitude of projects. Aim for quality time with each creative project. Give yourself permission to just be with that project.
Pick just one or two projects. The ones you really, really want to push forward.
Work on just one at a time, regularly, in every day.
Be intense, and focused. One project at a time. Just one.
Let go of the rest.