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Regardless of how the dramatic global changes are impacting you professionally, you reach a point in your professional year this week where things become more settled. It has been just over a week since Saturn left your career sector and you begin the week with Mars, warrior planet of the cosmos in his final hours here. If things have slowed down for you there could be frustration, for Mars is not the most patient of planets. However, Mars will be gone by Tuesday and with his professional passions, fighting and competitive spirit and his momentum banked, this is when things will become more settled. This is the point when Jupiter and Pluto, the planets of luck and change will take over and they are aligned all week, putting them in lockstep. With both here for the rest of the year and both slowing down ahead of retrograde turns, Mars’ urgency is replaced with a quiet sense of confidence it as becomes more about the journey.
Regardless of how you are being impacted by the global economic uncertainty, the stars are doing everything they can to cushion you and also prepare for growth on the other side. It was always a given that things would not only slow down and even out in the middle months of the year then roar back into life in the final months. That is simply because starting the year with six planets in your career sector and one of those planets lucky Jupiter, in his first full month here, there was always going to be a push to get things up to speed. What you have as you move into April is that much quoted ‘flatten the curb’ statement applying here as well. You began March with Saturn, Mars, Pluto and Jupiter in your career sector, all bringing something different into play and wanting a different response from you. What you had in the final 10 days of March was the removal of the two most extreme variables. Saturn, in your career sector since 2017 wanted you to drive with the brakes on while Mars, making his first visit since 2018, wanted you to drive with your foot to the floor. Mars left in the final hours of March and Saturn nine days earlier, taking those two extremes out of the picture. This has left Jupiter and Pluto, the planets of luck and change behind and they will spend the first six days of the month aligned, making sure they are on the same page and calling for the same approach. With Pluto turning retrograde on 26th April and Jupiter next month, that approach is a slow, steady but confident one. Jupiter is here until December and with Saturn returning in July you have the rest of the year to exploit the potential. You will find this month more steady, less challenging, slower and less volatile but also a continuation of previous months. What this month lacks is the wild swings of previous months and that is exactly what you need right now.