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While all lunar eclipses have a strong emotional component and because this is an eclipsing Full Moon this can always push some buttons, you are getting off fairly lightly with this week’s one. The biggest problem you might have is juggling too many balls of feeling the pressure of having to be in too many places at the same time. This is not coming from the lunar eclipse itself and more from any frustration if you can’t fully embrace its fun, playful, romantic and creative influence. For by the time the Moon returns to a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart on Monday, the Sun and Venus are already making this a week that is all about personal and professional networking. Yet it is only in the first three days of the week that these forces will clash and you will find it much easier to manage and balance your time in the second half of the week.
For the most part, July is going to be a good month for you and also a soft place to fall, especially when it comes to pulling back professionally. By the time Venus finally leaves your career sector on 4th July there has been continuous planetary activity in either your work or career sectors and at times both, since January. A combination of Mars making his first visit to both in two years, Juno her first to both in four years and Venus running late, has extended the reach of both job and career activity to a point where they overlapped each other. Things are not usually as hectic professionally as they have been. The Moon, who begins the month in your career sector will leave on 2nd July and Venus two days later, leaving you with a chance to finally pull back and make the most of a well deserved chance to rest on your laurels. While this month’s eclipses might be challenging for some, they won’t really touch you, other than in an exciting way. The total solar eclipse on 3rd July falls in your sector of friendship, teamwork and networking, the most social and serendipitous part of your chart. A lunar eclipse on 17th July will fall in an adventurous part of your chart. The planets there are already in a supportive partnership with Uranus on the adventurous front, making it relatively easy to find a much needed balance between work and play. Another reason why you are likely to lose your taste for the fast lane is Mars’ return to a nostalgic, reflective but also intuitive and imaginative part of your chart on 2nd July. This marks the start of the nearly seven week wind down of your current Mars cycle and in preparation for the warrior planet of the cosmos’ return to Virgo next month, this is a chance to recharge your batteries. The general theme this month is of life’s pressure’s dropping back and especially the work/life balance tension of recent months. Instead, while there is enough professional momentum for what you need, there is also a chance to pull back.