As she spends her first full week in your career sector, Venus knows that she is part of something much bigger. Not only of something much bigger on the career front but building across the income, work and career fronts. This is why there is likely to be a sense that you are waiting for something. That something is Mars’ return to your income sector on Thursday and a Full Moon in your work sector next week. This is the point when all your bases will be locked, loaded and ready to fire. In the meantime, Venus is using her first full week here to give your heart a voice and to update your sense of what’s possible. Yet even though you already have the power to move mountains if you have to and to change things up, all the signs indicate that this is preparation for something even bigger. No wonder you are having trouble believing what your heart is telling you.
Mercury’s departure from your career sector over the weekend leaves the Sun free to spend his last full week here on his own. This has stripped things back to basics, with the Sun having no interest in reinventing the wheel or in overthinking things. Instead, this will keep the solar spotlight on your career and professional situation, matters and options, without the pressure to take action. The Sun knows that the last two years have created a huge amount of momentum and untapped professional potential, with a chance now to regroup. It is Venus, on her return early next month, who will bring everything together and that includes the money. As the planet of money, Venus will return to fuel your professional confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction. Yet forces coming into play on the income front this week are making Venus’ job easier, before she even returns.
With the Sun not returning to your career sector until early next week, Mercury’s return over the weekend is giving you a chance to get your head in the game and also to take care of some housekeeping first. With Chiron leaving next Monday, a day before the Sun’s return, this gives Mercury a chance to work with the planet of healing, in the final days of a nearly nine year mission to learn and move on from the past. In his final week, Chiron’s focus is on those old doubts, fears and experiences from the past that rob you of your confidence and a belief in what’s possible. With Mercury here, this allows you to look at this objectively. With Chiron gone Neptune, the planet of dreams become the dominant force on the professional front for the next seven years, with the focus turning more to your professional dreams. Before the Sun turns the solar spotlight onto your career and professional situation, matters and options there is a chance to first close old doors.
Venus’ departure from your work sector last week has allowed the forces that are here for the long haul to take the wheel, allowing for a more measured approach. When you are playing a long game, which with lucky Jupiter here until December you are, you are better able to pace yourself. By the weekend you will have reached the same stage on the career front, but with some busy days to get through first. It is Mars’ departure from your career sector on Thursday that will see the pace dial back on the career front and also professionally as a whole. However, the warrior planet of the cosmos was never going to go quietly, with his final days spent aligned with Uranus, bringing a lot of things to a head, turning and/or tipping point. Fortunately, you begin the week with the Moon just leaving your career sector, with your professional instincts and imagination fuelled from the get go.
There is no doubt that Venus’ return to your work sector last week has been a game changer, the final cog in a wheel that is giving work and job matters some serious momentum. However, while Juno’s position in your career sector has provided a sense of professional direction and a strong sense of determination, by the end of the week major changes here will bring career matters in line with forces on the job front. It begins on Monday, with the Moon’s return to your career sector during Juno’s final hours. Juno’s departure will leave you with no planetary activity here, but not for long. The Moon is here until Wednesday, fuelling your professional instincts and imagination and providing a bridge to Mars’ return on Thursday. It is Mars’ return that will not only fire things up professionally, but will kick off the start of a major coming together of job and career forces that will take years to unfold.
The Sun is spending a fairly low key and low maintenance final week in your work sector and this is just what you need. After the ups and downs of the past two years and especially after the manic pace things reached in the final months of 2018, this is a chance to regroup. Mercury left your work sector over the weekend, leaving you with the intellectually savvy edge and articulation needed to keep your head in the game, but without overthinking things. With Venus not returning to fuel your job confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction until early March, the Sun is happy to simply keep the solar spotlight on your work situation, job matters and options. It is that spotlight that will highlight unexpected developments on the career front. It begins with Juno’s return to your career sector on Monday, with the Moon’s return midweek giving you a better read on the implications.
When the Sun returns to your work sector early next week, this will turn the solar spotlight onto your work situation, job matters and options, as it does at this time every year. Until then, Mercury’s return over the weekend has given you a head start, literally. For Mercury brings the intellectually savvy edge needed to get your head in the game, to start exploring your options and looking at work and job matters more objectively. Mercury also returns to find Chiron in his final week and leaving next Monday, the planet of healing will be gone by the time the Sun returns. Since 2010 Chiron has kept you linked to the past, both in order to learn and to heal. When Chiron leaves next week, dreamy Neptune will become the lead planet and with the Sun returning and career matters already looking to the future, there will be a chance to chase your dreams. Until then there is a chance to learn from the past, while setting yourself free from it.
You can expect a busy week or to feel a rush mentality and a lot of hype. With Mars, warrior planet of the cosmos leaving your work sector on Thursday there was never a chance that he would go quietly. The six weeks that Mars spends here are often the busiest weeks in a two year period, with his final days always taking on a sense of urgency. Since Uranus’ return in 2010 to begin a mission to put work and job matters on an authentic path, Mars has aligned as he moves through every other year. Yet with Uranus leaving early next month himself, their alignment in Mars’ final days is their last here for another eight decades. Both will be working to make this count, which could see work and job matters come to a head or there could be unexpected developments. Things might become intense and even a little crazy, but there is a need to trust that there are forces at play pushing, shoving or doing whatever it takes, to put things on the right path.
To begin with, there are no signs of the major changes set to unfold on the job front this week. If anything it is not only business as usual, but playful lunar vibes at the start of the week could be positively deceptive. However, while the disguise does start to slip in the early hours of the week, there will still be little sign of just how much things are set to change. Instead, while the Moon’s return to your work sector on Monday will see things become more work focused, Juno’s departure just hours later will take the only professional god in either of your two professional houses off the field. Had the Moon not been here at the time, this would send a clear message that work and job matters were slowing down. Instead, before leaving on Wednesday, the Moon’s intuitive read on work and job matters will pick up on a growing sense of excitement and anticipation. A day later, Mars’ return to your work sector on Thursday will completely fire things up.
Apart from the asteroid Pallas Athena, who is working behind the scenes to keep the wheels turning on the career front, there is no planetary activity in either of your professional houses and none is expected. However, in the early hours of the Sun’s last full week in your income sector, small shifts begin on the job front. It begins on Monday, with Juno’s return to your work sector. While also only an asteroid, she returns to carve a path that bigger forces than her will follow over the coming months. The first will be Mars’ return to your work sector next month, with a lot of traffic through here between now and July. While this puts two small players into the field on the job and career fronts, both enjoy the support and protection of the Sun. With Venus not returning to your income sector until early next month, what you have is a quiet sense of confidence emerging across the income, work and career fronts.
It was last month’s New Moon that has helped change the dynamics of this professional year, giving you all the advantages you need, without any of the challenges. Last week’s New Moon ushered in the Year of the Pig, a year that for Aquarians is especially good for career and professional growth. As 18 months of planetary activity on the career front only ended days earlier, this is enough to keep the momentum going, without the constant need to keep your head in the game. This allows you to pull back and let things play out. With new developments on the home front this week, had there still been planetary activity in your career sector they would have been in opposition, creating the potential for professional pressure or work/life balance tension. Yet the Year of the Pig gives you all the benefits you would have had there been planetary activity in your career sector, but none of the challenges. Those advantages include continued support and momentum on the income and job fronts.
Venus’ departure from your career sector last week has seen any urgency dial back. As Jupiter and Ceres, the planets that will maintain the momentum on the career front all year regroup, this is a chance to step back. With the Moon not coming full circle from last month’s lunar eclipse on the job front until early next week, on the job front there is also a call for a wait and see approach. Across the professional front, the professional gods are happy to stand back, giving Mars room to make his final days in your income sector count and for income forces to reach that same point. By the time the Moon returns to your work sector, things will be a lot more settled on the income and career fronts. This could see the Moon trigger unexpected developments across the income, work and career fronts, with a huge amount of potential across all three fronts. From every quarter, the message this week is to step back.