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To get into the week proper and especially the busiest part of the week you have to first get past a Full Moon that is presenting an alternative approach to not just the coming week but to life itself. The Moon not only begins the week in an adventurous part of your chart but in the lead up to becoming a Full Moon will form a friendly aspect to Venus, 10 days after her return to a playful part. With the final three months of the year likely to be the busiest, this is a serious attempt to find the right balance between work and play. This is a Full Moon that falls in an adventurous part of your chart at this time every year but rarely is there planetary activity in a playful part at the time for this to team up with. While Tuesday to Thursday will favour job and career matters, when the Moon leaves an adventurous part of your chart on Tuesday it will leave behind a whole new way of looking at life.
In the final 10 days of July six planets, including the Sun all shifted position, creating a lot of change that in the process makes this a very different month to July. Even in the areas of your life where things remain the same the dynamics have changed making this an opportunity for a fresh start. There is still planetary activity on both sides of the financial fence but after Mars and Venus left your income sector late last month and Jupiter retrograded back into your financial sector, there is more balance between the two. Jupiter has returned to focus on missed opportunities and untapped financial potential, with a chance to benefit from the housekeeping Saturn forced you to focus on in the planet of luck and expansion’s absence. While this will create competition for the remaining planets in your income sector, with Mercury leaving on 12th August and the Sun on 23rd August, this is the tail end of something that Venus and Mars began back in June. The majority of the momentum that will keep this financial year on the right track was already invested before Jupiter returned with a chance to find a more even balance between money coming in and money going out. This might be a chance to finally catch up, with less money going out but just as much coming in. Meanwhile, another big change was Mercury’s departure from Cancer late last month. Mercury stayed on for another five days after your birthday month ended, with a chance to tie up loose ends. However, as the last planet to leave Mercury was also the last planet to clash with Pluto in your relationship sector, with his departure ending tension between your personal and relationship needs. This month, the same planets that created relationship tension as they moved through Cancer will all spend at least part of and in Mars’ case the whole of August in your communication sector and at a friendly aspect to Pluto on the relationship front.