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The key to not just surviving this week’s lunar eclipse but benefiting from it is to follow the Moon’s lead. During the solar eclipse in your work sector two weeks ago the Sun and Moon aligned to create an eclipsing New Moon but this time they are in opposition. In terms of eclipse energy, the Sun has had his turn and now it is the Moon’s turn and this literally takes things in the opposite direction. The Moon will return to a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart on Monday, nearly 48 hours before clashing with the Sun in order to create the eclipsing Full Moon. The Moon wants you to slow down and find time to hear yourself think, while the Sun wants to maintain a busy pace. Key to eliminating any tension this might create is to remember that the Sun had his turn and now it is the Moon’s turn. Once you get to Thursday and the Moon is in Aquarius, everything will look different. You will even benefit from any time spent in the slow lane.
While there is still some tension between forces on the busy work and job front and Saturn and Pluto, in a more nostalgic and reflective part of your chart the worst is over. Instead, it won’t be long before you realise that the ‘worst part’ was actually the best part as you start to reap the benefits. With Pluto in a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart since 2008, Saturn since December 2017 and the faster planets always moving through your busy work sector and into opposition in the middle months of each year, a clash was a given. You had this last year and you will have it again next year. The difference this year is Mars. When Mars, warrior planet of the cosmos returned to your work sector in May, it was to begin the busiest seven weeks since 2017 and having last encountered Saturn in opposition here three decades ago, he did what he does best, which is fight back. Any work tension and job pressure last month was Mars’ refusal to slow down, clashing with Saturn and Pluto’s refusal to let him maintain his manic pace. There will still be a clash as the Sun and Venus move through your work sector, but they don’t have Mars’ manic need for speed. This has put the brakes on work and job matters, but for all the right reasons. It is just a day after Mars leaves your work sector that a total solar eclipse here on 3rd July will unleash an explosion of new potential. This is when you will realise that the brakes were on for all the right reasons. Work and job matters will continue to expand all month, but with a better understanding of knowing when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off. In the meantime, Mars turns his focus onto your relationships, where he finds no push back, a scene ripe for growth and with support from the communication gods from the get go.