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If it feels like it always takes you a few weeks into any year until you feel motivated or get a feel for its influence then you are right. Yet this has nothing to do with a lack of motivation or enthusiasm and everything to do with the fact that for you, the year doesn’t really get started until the Sun returns to Aquarius, which it does on Tuesday. This is the point in any year when your birthday month and new solar year begin and you finally feel engaged. This not something any of your cosmic mates experience, even those whose birthday months begin much later than yours. The reason why you still feel stuck or connected to the old year is because the month long wind down and review of your old solar year always begins just before Christmas. However, you will quickly make up for a slow start because while Venus left Aquarius last week and is now more focused on income potential, she has left you with a clear sense of what you want from the get go.
To begin the month and the year with six planets in a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart is significant and there are two big takeaways from this. The first is that when you have six planets all telling you to make time to hear yourself think and when half of those planets are some of the most powerful planets in the solar system, you don’t argue with this. To a degree you are used to this, with the Sun always spending the three weeks of every year here. The month long wind down of your old solar year always begins just before Christmas and will end when the Sun returns to Aquarius to begin your birthday month and new solar year on 21st January. The difference this time is the number of planets here and the importance this places on time out to hear yourself think. The second takeaway is what this means long term because this nostalgic and reflective part of your chart is where a planet returns before returning to Aquarius. This puts you at the end of six planetary cycles at the same time and when you have a lot of endings, it means that you are poised for a lot of new beginnings, some this month and some over the course of the year. Mercury will leave and return to Aquarius on 17th January and the Sun to begin your birthday month and new solar year on 21st January. Venus made that move just before Christmas and will spend the first two weeks of January in Aquarius. Others will take longer, with Saturn returning to Aquarius in March and Jupiter in December. From the get go the lines between the past, present and future will be blurred, with endings and beginnings overlapping. However, this does not mean that you will spend the month navel gazing. This is in fact, a good month across the income, work and career fronts. While Mars will leave your career sector on 3rd January, the momentum he has created will not only get this professional year off to an empowered start but will be maintained by forces on the job and income fronts. With a lunar eclipse in your work sector on 10th/11th January and Venus returning to your income sector on 14th January that support will only increase.