Venus continues it's activating journey, and passes Uranus in our night sky
On March 7, Venus is 2.2° to the right of Uranus. The planet is brighter than Neptune, which Venus passed in January. In a dark sky, Uranus is visible in a dark sky to those with good eyesight. Use a binocular to see Uranus more easily.
As we have been doing here at Inner Space throughout the year for the planetary alignments, we can use sound codes to work the energetic alignment and code exchange of these two planets as they meet up in our from earth view nighttime sky.
You can listen to both of these "as heard from space" planetary recordings (thanks NASA - we love you!). Note how each one makes you feel. Where is there harmony in and with your field? Where is there discourse or discomfort as you listen to these. Take the time to listen to one then the other. Note how different they are. By listening and tuning in to each planet, you are assisting in the balancing and alignment work that presents itself at each planetary alignment.
Of course, looking at these celestial bodies in the evening sky, or even on a star map app if you get cloudy weather is another great method.
PS - these planetary sound codes can be pretty intense to integrate for your human body mind field. Make sure you are somewhere comfy to receive.