The first solar eclipse of the year is set to occur on April 20, 2023, and will be visible in Southeast Asian countries and Australia. The eclipse involves the Sun, Moon, Rahu, and Ketu, and this time, Mercury and Jupiter are also participating. As a result, knowledge-related assets, forgotten or stolen items, memory lapses, and secret knowledge will resurface. Mars in Gemini in the Ardra nakshatra is three houses away from the eclipse. This may result in a rise in temperature during this season, but it also suggests movement in long-standing or long-delayed issues. Since the eclipse is happening in Ashwini, it is expected to bring quick healing to Aries-related concerns in your chart. However, the pace of change may be sudden and overwhelming if you are unprepared. This solar eclipse may offer you an opportunity to release old patterns and embrace new ones. It is also a good time to reflect on your life and set new goals for yourself.
Furthermore, it is a good time for introspection, reflection, and spiritual growth.
Eclipse starting time: 20 April 1:30am UTC - 7:00am (IST) - 11:30am (AEST)
Eclipse ending time: 20 April 7:00am UTC - 12:30pm (IST) - 5:00pm (AEST)