As much as the Moon's return to your income sector on Monday is good news financially, sharpening your nose for money and giving you the lucrative sense of direction that you can continue to benefit from all week, this is good news professionally. It wasn't until Mercury left your home and family sector last week and the Sun the week before that they stopped hammering all three planets in your career sector, as they worked to bring home work/life balance reminders. As the Moon moves through your income sector it will form a friendly aspect to those same three planets, with Wednesday in particular likely to see a boost in professional confidence. However, rather than dismiss the work/life balance reminders of recent weeks a sharp nose for money will allow you to honour them by giving you the intuitive sense of where the money is that will allow you to work smarter. This couldn't be more important, for with the Sun and Mercury returning to your work sector next week new doors are getting ready to open on the job front.
After last week's Full Moon in your career sector and then Venus' departure from your income sector over the weekend, there is a chance now to let things settle. The asteroid Juno is not only alone in your work sector but having been part of a team of planets across the income, work and career fronts for so many months is the last flag bearer. However, Juno might be small in size but as the queen of commitment, she is charged with not only keeping work and job matters on track but all the momentum across the income, work and career fronts. All you need to do now is stay committed and on track. This does however give you a chance to regroup and with the Moon's return to your work sector next week and then the Sun and Mercury returning next month a chance to take a break before the next phase begins. It is the Moon's return to your income sector midweek and friendly aspect to Juno that will create positive conditions on the income and job fronts in the second half of the week and especially on Thursday and Friday.
The Moon may have left your career sector over the weekend but this was always going to be an advantage. Not only does this allow you to begin the week with your professional instincts and imagination fuelled but you have already had time to start unwrapping and processing the valuable clues, hunches and insights delivered. This was also a chance for the Moon to align with Neptune and Ceres, both in retrograde motion here and in the process, check on their review of your professional dreams, needs and priorities. For that reason alone this will get the week off on the right footing. However, the real advantage is that the Moon left less than three hours before Venus returned to your income sector to begin what are potentially the most lucrative four weeks of 2020. Venus missed the Moon but by the end of the week she will already be at a friendly aspect to Ceres, bringing the first signs of collaboration between the two.
At any time, even though the Moon is leaving your career sector in the early hours of the week this would be an advantage, allowing you to begin the week with your professional instincts and imagination fuelled from the get go. However, this is not just 'any time' and with so much going on across the income, work and career fronts this is a window into some exciting dynamics. This is the Sun and Mercury's first, last and only full week together in your income sector while the South Node is spending its first full week without push back since it returned to your work sector in May. However, more importantly, the Moon leaves six weeks after Mars returned for what should have been a six week visit to your career sector but instead, on Monday he will move into his final month in direct motion. Already slowing down ahead of a retrograde turn that will keep the warrior planet of the cosmos here for the rest of the year, this is when it will be starting to dawn on you just how many professional resources there are.
To have the Moon return to your career sector on Monday was always going to be an advantage. Fuelling your professional instincts and imagination and delivering valuable clues, hunches and insights during the first three days of the week was always going to give the rest of the week an advantage as well. However, it is the timing that makes this visit a little more special and for three main reasons. The first is that with Uranus turning retrograde here over the weekend, this will give you a better read on anything that you are still able to push forward on while he is in direct motion and where there is a call to wait. The second is a friendly aspect to all three planets in your work sector, who until last Wednesday had been under pressure for several weeks. This will be a valuable boost to your job confidence. The third reason is that with the Sun and Mercury both returning to your income sector next week, this is a chance to get your professional ducks in a row before the most lucrative months of 2020 begin.
After last week's Full Moon in your work sector and then Venus' departure from your work sector over the weekend, this week is remarkably quiet compared to any other week this year. For the first time since Venus returned to your work sector in December, you have a week with no planetary activity in either of your two professional houses and it will remain that way until the dwarf planet Ceres returns to your work sector later next month to prepare for major developments later in the year. Considering that you rarely have planetary activity on the job front beyond February but Saturn only left last month and Venus, who returned in early April for what should have been a 24 day visit only left over the weekend, you are overdue a chance to pull back. Yet when the Moon returns to your career sector midweek with a chance to check in, it will be to find the North Node here and that ongoing professional momentum is in safe hands.
There has been a changing of the guard on the career front and it has not just changed the dynamics but the whole atmosphere. Until he left your career sector last Wednesday, Mercury had not only spent his final days under pressure from all three planets in your career sector but it was just a week after the Sun had endured the same. Mercury returned to your career sector in May for what should have been a 14 to 15 day visit, with his departure last week not only allowing professional pressure or work/life balance tension to drop back but any feelings of stagnation. It was a very different story for Venus, who returned over the weekend to not only take over from where Mercury left off but to bring things home. The Moon left your work sector less than three hours before Venus returned and as she will be at a friendly aspect to planets there by the end of the week, there is already a rise in job and professional confidence. With the hard work done, Venus has returned to spend the next four weeks exploiting potential and as the planet of money, looking for the money.
To have the Moon leave your work sector in the early hours of the week will always be an advantage, even though this is more the final hours of a visit over the weekend grazing the early hours of this week. This allows you to begin the week with an intuitive read on work and job matters. However, it is the timing that makes this auspicious and that includes on both the job and career fronts. This is the Sun's last and Mercury's first, last and only full week in your career sector with the Moon's friendly aspect to both over the weekend already giving you more insight across the job and career fronts. The real advantage is that this comes six weeks after Mars returned for what should have been a six week visit to your work sector but instead on Monday, as the Moon leaves the warrior planet moves into his final month in direct motion. Slowing down ahead of a retrograde turn that will keep Mars here for the rest of the year, this is when it dawns on you just how much time, resources and options you have.
The Moon's return to your work sector on Monday was always going to be an advantage and taken in isolation, an intuitive read on work and job matters during the first three days of any week was going to give you an edge for the rest of the week. However, there are three additional factors that make this visit even more important than it would otherwise be. The first is the timing, with Uranus slowing down ahead of his retrograde turn here over the weekend. Uranus is no longer moving forward but until he turns retrograde is not yet looking back. The Moon's intuitive edge will help you navigate these final days and prepare for the U turn ahead. The second is the boost in income confidence, with the Moon forming a friendly aspect to all three planets in your income sector as it moves through. The third is that with the Sun and Mercury both returning to open new doors on the career front next month, there will be clues to how planets on the income and job fronts are preparing for this.
For the first time in four months there is a chance to catch your breath and step back, especially on the job front. When Venus returned to your work sector in early April there had been no planetary activity here since mid 2019 but there was a lot of activity on the income and career fronts. This is something that Venus was so keen to exploit that while she returned to begin what is normally a 24 day visit, she only left over the weekend. Over the course of the last four months, the Sun and Mercury have both moved through and a lot of water has passed under the bridge across the income, work and career fronts, including a Full Moon in your income sector last week. The North Node is staying on to maintain a sense of direction and momentum and the asteroid Juno will continue to maintain a sense of professional conviction until the Sun and Mercury return to your career sector next month. For now though, until the Moon returns to your work sector midweek there is a chance first to regroup.
What a difference a week can make, with the conditions at that start of this week a complete contrast to the same time last week. Last week began with Mercury not only under pressure in his final days in your work sector but coming to the end of a particularly long visit. Mercury had returned in May for what should have been a 14 to 15 day visit, with this smart and intellectually savvy planet keen to leave you with your head in the game but as he was weary, chances are you were as well. Work tension or job pressure added to that though this did drop considerably once Mercury left last Wednesday. It was over the weekend that you got a new lease of life with Venus returning to take over from where the Sun and Mercury left off. Held back by her own retrograde phase this is something new for Venus to sink her teeth into and as excited to be here. Venus will spend the next four weeks fuelling your job confidence, attracting opportunities and steering things in a lucrative direction.
Starting the week with the Moon just leaving your income sector is always an advantage, giving you a sharp nose for money and a lucrative sense of direction from the get go. However, what makes the timing auspicious is that this is the Sun's last and Mercury's first, last and only full week in your work sector. It is not just a better sense of where the money is that is an advantage but the Moon's friendly aspect to both the Sun and Mercury over the weekend and to the South Node in your career sector, just before leaving on Monday. What makes this even more significant is that this comes at an important point in the year on all three fronts. With Mars moving into his final month in direct motion in your income sector on Monday and the South Node spending its first full week since its return in May without push back, this comes just as the full extent of what is evolving is becoming clear. Normally new job opportunities open up in isolation at this time of year but this year this is part of a much bigger picture.