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While both the Sun and Venus will feel the pressure from this week’s lunar eclipse, as this is the partner to a total solar eclipse on the job front two weeks earlier, this is the second half of the picture. The Moon will return to a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart on Monday and after moving into opposition with Venus, will go on to oppose the Sun to create the eclipsing Full Moon. While this lunar eclipse will be more intense and emotionally charged than the planetary oppositions between these two areas of your chart over the last month, it has a familiar message. That message is knowing when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off. By the time the Moon returns to your income sector over the weekend and moves into a friendly aspect to the Sun and Venus in your work sector, Mercury will be back and things will be looking very different. By retrograding back in on Friday, Mercury’s intellectually savvy edge and 20/20 hindsight will allow you to work smarter.
July is often the busiest month of any year, due to the fact that the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of July in your busy work sector. Yet, long before the Sun returned last month things had already become busy, a lot earlier in the year than is normally the case and with a lot more ferocity. This was thanks to Mars’ return in May, with his first visit in two years a chance to fire up your work passions, fighting and competitive spirit, along with the motivation to make things happen and to get things done. Fortunately, you had Mercury there until late last month and this smart and intellectually savvy planet will also retrograde back in for a double dip visit on 19th July. I say fortunately, for Mercury allowed you to work smarter at a time when Mars was being confronted by Saturn and Pluto, in an attempt to slow things down. In the second half of June, this may have been frustrating and may even have created some work tension and job pressure, but there is a reason why it was important to pace yourself. That reason is a total solar eclipse here in your work sector on 3rd July, just a day after Mars finally leaves. Mars’ aim is to leave you with everything on the floor and he judges himself a job well done if you are completely spent by the time he leaves, with nothing left to give. However, with a total solar eclipse opening major new doors just a day after Mars leaves and Venus returning the next day to begin attracting new opportunities, his departure is not the finishing line it often is. Instead, this is just the starting line. Yet it is the progress Mars has been able to make that means you are ready for whatever this solar eclipse might trigger and the job potential this will unleash. With the Sun here until 23rd July, Venus until 28th July and Mercury, who retrogrades back on 19th July here next month, things will continue to unfold throughout the month, making it important to pace yourself.