Any week that begins with the Moon already in your career sector, even though he’ll leave a few hours into the week is an advantage, ensuring you’ll have your finger on the pulse and your ear to the ground from the get go, with your professional instincts sharp and on the ball. However, this isn’t just any week, for after Mars’ return over the weekend the Moon has ensured that you’ve received a running start, in a week that is likely to see the intensity increase dramatically. Teaming up with Pluto for the first time in 2 years and only the third time in your lifetime, the planets of war and revolution won’t be mucking around, but with no let up in these almost manic professional passions and fighting spirit this side of Christmas you will need to pace yourself.
There is a certain kind of elegance about the Moon’s return to your career sector from Monday to Wednesday, especially when it comes to timing but also how it’s able to reveal a transition from the past to the future. The Moon’s return to your career sector will always sharpen your professional instincts, but returning just 3 days before Venus is due to leave your work sector and your heart is working to put things on the right track, this will help you to focus on the big picture and gain some context. Even the Moon’s departure is timely, for leaving during Venus’ last full day in your work sector he’ll give you a chance to wrap things up, while with Mars returning to your career sector exactly 5 weeks later this will also help you to start lining up at the right doors before they open.
Your professional situation continues to unfold as a living, breathing, multi dimensional force and even after last week’s total solar eclipse in your work sector things are still unfolding. It’s the Moon’s return to your career sector on Wednesday, 10 days since Neptune began a turnaround on the career front and 7 days since last week’s solar eclipse that gives you a chance to get your bearings, with your professional instincts revealing that the tide really has turned, as well as giving anything stuck a timely nudge. But not leaving your career sector until Friday this puts the Moon here while the Sun leaves your work sector on Thursday, ensuring your professional instincts are sharp as Venus returns and as Mercury moves into his final 7 days in retrograde motion.
Chances are you’re moving into the new week feeling a little drained and that it’s less a case of moving into the new working week and more a case of being spat out, after Mars’ departure from your work sector over the weekend and the end of some of your busiest weeks since late 2010. With the Sun not returning to your work sector until Thursday, while the pace will pick up again and even more so next month, this gives you a chance to let things settle and for you to catch your breath first and to work behind the scenes, catching up or just taking care of what is already in motion. The Moon’s return to your career sector on Friday, 3 weeks before Uranus is due to turn retrograde and just as the Sun is in his first full day in your work sector will bring things back into play.
Welcome to what is likely to be your most driven, busiest and manic working weeks of the year to date and a taste of things to come, thanks to Mars’ return to your work sector over the weekend. The Moon has spent the weekend here, allowing you to move into the new week with your finger on the pulse and your ear to the ground, able to pick your battles wisely. Hold onto the valuable clues, hunches and insights this leaves you with. With Mars and Pluto, the planets of war and revolution meeting up in your work sector for the first time in 2 years and for only the third time in your lifetime, you have some manic and frenetic forces in play that can’t be tamed, but can be steered in the right direction. With this not due to ease up this side of Christmas there’s a need to pace yourself.
The most important event this week is the Moon’s visit to your work sector from Monday to Wednesday, with a need to keep your finger on the pulse and your ear to the ground, alert for valuable clues, hunches and insights. While the Moon visits your work sector once a month and since the planetary activity that wrapped up in February has been all you’ve had to keep things on track, this visit is different. This the Moon’s last visit to your work sector before next week’s lunar eclipse in your career sector, which is likely to bring things to a head or to a tipping or turning point and by the time he leaves on Wednesday Mars will be just 5 weeks away. This makes this visit less about tapping into the past and more a chance to start lining up at the right doors before they open.
Even though the tide has already turned on the work front it won’t be until the Moon’s return to your work sector on Wednesday, 10 days after Neptune turned direct and just 6 days after Chiron turned direct that you’ll find your first evidence. As the Moon aligns with both Neptune and Chiron on Wednesday, as he does each month, this will give you an intuitive read on the conditions, except this time around revealing that the tide has turned and that the focus is now on the road ahead. As well as giving anything stuck from Neptune and Chiron’s months in retrograde motion, with the Moon not leaving your work sector until Friday this means that he’ll be here as the Sun leaves your income sector on Thursday, Venus returns on the same day and as income and work forces once more come together.
Even the income forces that has been driving things on the income and professional fronts, providing the motivation and the fighting spirit to keep things moving and exploit all your options, has taken a break. This will see you move into the new week feeling less motivated, to a point where after Mars’ departure from your income sector over the weekend that you have lost your motivation and drive on both the income and professional fronts, with nothing to drive things. Instead this is a chance to let things settle before picking up again on Friday. On Friday Moon will return to your work sector to check on things, but returning 3 weeks before Uranus is due to turn direct here and just as the Sun is spending his first full day in your income sector this should be revealing.
You not only have a fairly low key professional week, as low key as you’re going to get and the bare minimum required to keep things in motion, but there is some work pressure at the start of the week. Yet while first impressions might not look too good it won’t take you long to realise that something has shifted. It’s on Monday that the Sun is just moving out of opposition with the South Node in your work sector, for the first time in 17 years. The South Node is the force that is keeping things on the work front in motion, linking you back into the momentum Jupiter’s 12 month visit that ended in June left you with and all the untapped potential. This opposition will create some tension but also a valuable wakeup call, just as Mars is spending his first week in your income sector.
The Moon’s return to your income sector from Monday to Wednesday will give you a nose for money at what is an important professional juncture, giving you a chance to put your income and professional objectives on the same page. This comes just as Venus is in her final days in your career sector, where before leaving on Thursday she’s tying up loose ends, defining your professional desires and expectations and putting things on the path you want them to continue on. With Mars returning to your income sector 5 weeks from the Moon’s departure on Wednesday this is a chance to put your income and professional objectives on the same page. However with a lunar eclipse in your work sector next week and Jupiter there until next June your professional year will remain a work in progress.
After a solar eclipse in your career sector last week there are still more developments this week, revealing that this is a work in progress, with a need to stand back, watch from the sidelines and be ready to jump in when your name is called. Your week begins with the Sun aligned with the North Node in your career sector, just as he’s coming out of an alignment with Mercury over the weekend and just days before he’s due to leave on Thursday. With the Sun and Mercury travelling over ground each other has recently travelled and Mercury is still in retrograde motion, this brings a lot of foresight and hindsight into play. The Sun’s departure from your career sector on Thursday and Venus’ return on the same day will add another twist, while at the same time triggering the laws of attraction.
After Mercury’s departure from your career sector last week and Mars’ departure over the weekend you’ve got no planetary activity in either of your professional houses as you move into the new week. This gives you a chance to catch your breath, get your bearings and process what is already on the table, ahead of the Sun’s return on Thursday. Mars’ job was to shake and stir things up, evoking your professional passions and fighting spirit and when he leaf it up to you to make of this what you will. With the Sun returning 5 days later he’ll bring more objectivity and vision, allowing you to challenge your professional passions and fighting spirit more effectively and to pick your battles wisely. With the Moon returning to your income sector on Friday you’ll also gain a nose for money. – Freepsychicnetwork