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Even though Mars returned to your work sector in the New Year and it has been easier to move things forward since Eris turned direct in your career sector eight days later, it is not until this week that the pace will really pick up. This is due to a combination of factors, which all come back to the Moon’s return to your work sector on Monday. Just returning and having the Moon and Mars come together here for the first time in two years is energising enough, adding fuel to Mars’ work passions, fighting and competitive spirit but also acting as a trigger. Another factor is the Moon’s friendly aspect to first Chiron in your career sector and then just before leaving on Wednesday to Eris, for the first time since her direct turn. It is the intuitive read this will give you on both job and career matters that will energise things as well. For while the Sun is still two months away from your career sector, Venus is less than three weeks away and is now on your over the horizon radar.
To begin with, there is the sound of silence on the professional front, which will be absolute music to your airs and with it a valuable chance to catch your breath. However, make the most of it because this is a very and I mean very short reprieve. It was only on 29th December, over the last weekend of 2019 that Mercury not only left your busy work sector but wrapped up continuous planetary activity here since October 2018. This includes the 13 months that Jupiter was here from November 2018 to December 2019 and the flurry of activity during his first and final months here. Moving into 2020 with no planetary activity in your work sector is something you are still adjusting to. While you have Chiron and Eris in your career sector, with Chiron still in his early weeks in direct motion and Eris at a standstill ahead of her direct turn on 11th January, they will be more than happy to take a break. If first impressions could be used as an accurate gauge to what the coming month will hold, then it would tell you that you have a quiet month and a chance to finally catch your breath. However, you know what they say about first impressions and in this instance, this really is a case of not judging a book by its cover. The biggest danger that I see this month, is failing to appreciate what a gift the early days of the month are and therefore failing to seize an opportunity to catch your breath. In reality, you have just two full days to catch your breath, New Year’s Day and the day after and then it is not only back into the game again, but in way that is likely to be busier than anything experienced last year. For it is on 3rd January that Mars, the planet of passion and the warrior planet of the cosmos but also the planet that likes to make things happen and get things done will return to your work sector. Returning a month after Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion left and with a massive amount of untapped job potential, Mars is the perfect planet to exploit this. With Mars here until 17th February, those first 48 hours of the month are an opportunity to recharge your batteries that can’t be missed.