The biggest danger from any work/life balance tensions today is how easy this would be to ignore. Nearly two weeks on from a Full Moon that brought professional pressure or work/life balance tension to a head, tensions have eased back and both sides are in a stronger position. What you can't tell from this perspective is just how busy things are about to get on the job front.
After six weeks in direct motion in your income sector and due to leave in early October, Jupiter is not only starting to gain some traction but some much needed frustration. If you're starting to feel frustrated or impatient this is a good sign, for it means you're aware that things should be starting to move. Things are ready to go, making it all about leaning into where you can feel movement.
The week began with Mars, in his final days in your income sector aligned with Chiron, in retrograde motion in your career sector. Now Mars is gone and as the Sun spends his last full day in your income sector he's in the same aspect. This is helping to keep your confidence high on the income and career fronts, along with the courage to face old fears and revisit old dreams.
With Mars in his first full day in your income sector and the Sun returning tomorrow, you have most in the most lucrative months of the year. Yet none of this would be possible without everything already invested on the job and career fronts. There is something you can rely and bank on in both fronts, giving you the solid professional backbone that income opportunities can springboard off.
It was two weeks ago that Venus had just left your career sector three days earlier and a Full Moon was building on the job front. Now, 14 days later Venus is gone, the Moon's visit earlier in the week brought a chance to tie up loose ends and work and job matters are still unfolding. This is the perfect chance to pull back, letting the natural momentum take the lead after a very busy first half of the year.
When the Moon left your career sector yesterday this left you with more than some professional instincts and some valuable clues, hunches and insights. As the only visit while Venus is here and the last before all planetary activity for the year runs its course, the Moon leaves you with vital information to make her final days count.
Having the Moon in your career sector a day after Mars left and as the Sun is spending his last full day, is a bridge between where you've been and where to from here. Having come full circle from last month's New Moon, the Moon has returned with another chance to commit to the journey ahead. This time you know now what you didn't then.
It has been two years since Mars was last in your career sector, with his first full day all about adjusting to having his warrior spirit, professional passions, fighting and competitive spirit pumping through your system. What you weren't expecting was for fate to be in play and so much already at a tipping point.
While there is more than enough momentum on the job front to keep things moving, until new doors open on the career front next week you can continue to fine tune things on the job front. Work and job matters themselves have now taken on a life of their own, so this is more about getting a sense for the natural momentum.
When the Moon left your work sector yesterday this did more than leave you with an intuitive read on work and job matters. With Venus moving into her final 10 days here today, it was her time with the Moon over the last few days that allowed you to absorb all the information you need. It is the Moon that will return every four weeks to keep things on track.
It was just hours after the Mars left your work sector yesterday that the Moon arrived. This allowed your professional instincts and imagination to kick in, in time to capture the professional passions, fighting and competitive spirit he left behind. This gives you all the resources needed to make the Sun's last full day count. While the Sun can look at things in a black and white way, the Moon allows you to read between the lines.
Mars might return to your work sector every two years, but it has been 36 years since he last returned to find the North Node here. This is the reason behind next month's total solar eclipse and the major new beginnings possible on the job front. Mars returns to find some of the best conditions in decades. This will exacerbate his ability to fire things up and get things moving on the job front.