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While the Sun won’t return to Libra to begin your birthday month and new solar year until next Monday, you have a head start this week or should that be a ‘heart’ and a ‘head’ start. It was over the weekend that Venus and Mercury, the planets of that rule the heart and mind, not only returned to Libra but returned aligned. This is a chance to do some window shopping before your new solar year begins, with a chance to listen to your heart as you get your head around your options. Both will clash with Chiron, in retrograde motion in your relationship sector and while this might create some tension, this is less a challenge and more a chance for the planets of love, communication and healing to come together. Where last week was more about knowing when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off, the theme of ‘balance’ continues, but this week is more a balance between your personal and relationship needs.
This is always a month of two halves for you and also a transition month, with one solar year ending and another starting. The Sun will always spend the first three weeks of September in a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart, where he spends a month winding down your old solar year. This year you have a lot more planets here than you would normally have, starting the month with Mars, Juno, Venus and Mercury all here as well. This means that as well as coming to the end of this current solar year, you are also at the end of your current Mars, Juno, Venus and Mars cycles. While Mars won’t leave and return to Libra until early next month, with Mercury returning on 14th September, Venus on 15th September and the Sun returning to begin your birthday month and new solar year on 23rd September, new doors will begin opening two weeks into the month. With Mars and Juno spending the whole month in a nostalgic part of your chart, but new doors opening from 14th September, this will see the lines between the past, present and future begin to blur. This means you will continue to need time to hear yourself think, even after your birthday month begins. Meanwhile, a Full Moon in your work sector on 14th September will have implications across the income, work and career fronts. What you have, even before the Moon returns, are settled and stable forces in play in your income, work and career sectors, none of them urgent or trying to push their agenda, but ready to take advantage of anything that the Full Moon on 14th September might trigger. This will also amplify what will be an ongoing, but non challenging push all month to know when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off.