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Starting the week with the Moon not only in a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart but in opposition with the dwarf planet Eris in your work sector might create some work tension or job pressure. However, while the Moon will fight to keep your work hat off while Eris will fight to keep it on, the biggest danger is not the work tension or job pressure this might create or that it might linger. The bigger danger will be how easy to ignore and how distant this is to when the message is most needed. The Moon will do this once every four weeks and is a chance to test that you know when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off. This is a quiet point of the year for planetary activity on the job front so there is unlikely to be too much if any push back. The problem is that this is the last reminder before Mars returns to not only fire things up on the job front but keep them fired up for the rest of the year.
While it appears to be business as usual on the job front this month and it will be until 28th June, after that everything is set to change. For you, business as usual means that with the dwarf planet Eris in your work sector since 1926 and not leaving for another three decades, work and job matters will never go completely off the boil, with the engine always running on idle. It also means that now that the Sun, Mercury and Venus have been and gone and with Eris slowing down ahead of a retrograde turn next month, the pace is dropping back. As Eris will always spend the second half of each year in retrograde motion, this is the pattern that every year follows. With the Sun always returning to your career sector in July, after a busy start to the year on job front Eris is able to pull back and let career matters have their turn. Unlike your work sector, there isn’t continuous planetary activity on the career front year round, with Eris happy to take a back seat. However, while the Sun won’t return to open new doors on the career front next month and Mercury and Venus not until August and September, rather things quietening down on the job front they are about to heat up and in game changing way. The first four weeks of the month are typically quiet on the job front, with Mars’ return on 28th June changing all that. Mars will normally spend around six weeks in your work sector, fuelling your work passions, fighting and competitive spirit, injecting new energy into work and job matters and creating what can be the busiest and also most potentially successful weeks of any year on the job front. While that is still the case, instead of spending six weeks here Mars won’t leave until January 2021, spending the whole second half of the year here. With new doors opening on the career front next month, instead of quietening down this professional year is about to speed up, making the first four weeks of the month a valuable chance to spend as much time in the slow lane as possible.