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Any Full Moon, which is created when the Sun and Moon are in opposition and have a completely opposite agenda, is all about balance. In the case of this week’s Full Moon, which will dominate the first three days of the week, it is a clash between nostalgic and reflective lunar vibes and the Sun, in his last full week in your busy work sector. There could be some work tension or job pressure in the first part of the week or just a feeling that you have too many balls to juggle. However, this is more a chance to put knowing when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off to the test. This won’t be ongoing, but there have been similar tests before and there will be more tests, especially when Mars returns to your busy work sector next week. Yet with the pace of this year picking up, but with real opportunities on the romantic and relationship fronts, knowing when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off is the key to finding the right balance between work and play.
Over recent months the faster planets managed to catch up with Mars, creating a situation where, for the first time in two years you have had his passion, drive and competitive spirit injected into what are otherwise mundane annual updates. However, Mars is starting to drop behind as the faster moving planets move ahead, but not to the degree that he is out of step. What this means is that while the Sun, Venus and Mercury all left a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart last month until he leaves on 19th November, Mars is staying on to keep your romantic and creative passions and fighting spirit fuelled. This also means that while the Sun will leave your busy work sector on 23rd November, Mars’ return four days earlier means he is able to take the baton and pass it from there. A focus on work and job matters that should be running its course this month will instead fire up and continue right through to the New Year. This is a trend that will continue, with Mars eventually arriving after the faster planets have left, in order to piggyback off the more mundane or hard work they are putting in. This will be the case with your relationships, with Mars’ returning in the New Year to capitalise on what is now just starting to come together. And come together it does, thanks to Venus’ return to your relationship sector on 2nd November. This will bring the planets of love and luck together for the second time this year and just as Jupiter is in his last full month here. Venus is here until 26th November, leaving just seven days before Jupiter and between them, laying the foundations for what you want from your relationships and what’s possible. With the Sun returning on 23rd November, Mercury early next month and Mars in the New Year, Venus and Jupiter are the first step, with the forces that can make it happen following behind.