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As Mercury, the planet of communication spends his first full week in retrograde motion in your relationship sector he is hard at work from the get go. The week begins with Mercury aligned with Juno, the queen of commitment and especially commitment to your relationships here for the second time in just three weeks, at the same time that they both oppose Uranus in Taurus. This is not just a chance to revisit any balance issues between your personal and relationship needs but to give the past and unsaid words a voice. In the meantime, Venus is making the most of her last full week in a playful part of your chart by teaming up with the big boys of the solar system in an adventurous part of your chart. The most noticeable will be Venus’ friendly aspect to lucky Jupiter on Monday and Tuesday, just as he moves into her final two months in an adventurous part of your chart and with both aware of the professional developments ahead.
When you get a month where the makeup makes it clear that a balance between work and play is required, the assumption is that you will have to put more work into the playful side of life’s fence. That is unlikely to be the case this month, with the cosmic heavyweights all on the playful side of the fence this month. Held back by a retrograde phase earlier in the year, Venus is late returning to a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart and will finally move through from 3rd October to 28th October. Yet while new doors are already opening on the job front, Venus has some heavy duty back up. That backup is coming from the three most powerful planets in the solar system, who for now are still in an adventurous part of your chart. The month starts with Jupiter still in his early weeks in direct motion in your sector of adventure, travel, learning and discovery, Saturn his early days in direct motion and Pluto preparing to turn direct on 5th October. They will provide support for Venus, making this a month where there is not only a lot of planetary activity on the playful and adventurous side of life’s fence but the kind of planets that you don’t say no to. However, this is also an important month professionally, with a need to go into the month committed to maintaining a balance between work and play. The Sun will always spend the first three weeks of October in your work sector but five months after leaving your career sector in April, the dwarf planet Ceres has returned and this couldn’t be more significant. Ceres only retrograded back in late last month, will turn direct on 19th October and will leave again early next month. This is a short chance to revisit your professional needs and priorities ahead of Saturn and Jupiter’s return to your career sector in December and while the Sun has the solar spotlight on your work situation, job matters and options. Meanwhile, the stars dial up a surprisingly important month for all your relationships.