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The biggest impact on your health or the thing that you most need to be aware of this week is the Sun's return to Pisces on Wednesday and the start of the month long wind down of your old solar year. This is a point in any year when life asks you to slow down and to make time to hear yourself think. This does not come naturally to an Aries and this runs the risk of putting too many demands on your immune system. You are more likely to get sick in the final weeks of any solar year but only when you go against your body's need to take things more slowly.
With Juno now in her second week in retrograde motion in your health sector and now the first Mercury retrograde phase of 2020 beginning on Monday, there is a growing need to pace yourself. It is not that your health isn't robust or your immune system can't handle what you might throw at it and more that your body needs more time to perform its functions. This isn't asking a lot, with a little more time to relax and unwind likely to be good for body, mind and soul.
The Moon only left your health sector on Sunday, with the weekend having just given you a chance to check in. As you move into the new week there is a chance to reflect back on what your body or just your energy levels were telling you. This has been the perfect chance to check in, with things becoming a lot busier professionally this week at the same time that there is an increased call to pace yourself.
In terms of a danger of burnout, you ended last week at the highest possible levels and at the start of this week, they are just starting to drop back. There will be a slight decrease at first before dropping away dramatically on Wednesday, by which point you will be officially out of the danger zone. Until then, on Monday and Tuesday in particular, there is a need to be wary about pushing yourself. At the same time, there is a chance to learn from the toll a busy start to the year may have had on your health.
Regardless of what might happen with the current, once in a generation emergence of a new coronavirus, this is a timely reminder that the only thing we have true control over is our own choices and decisions over our own health. Instead of worrying about things that might or might not happen, this is a reminder to pay attention to the healthy choices you might be ignoring. This could be anything from a reminder to floss each day or going for that annual check up you have been putting off.
Until the Sun leaves your health sector on Wednesday, when it comes to health matters it is important to have your eyes open and head out of the sand but also that you have your feet on the ground. This means being aware of where your health actually stands and the choices you need to make to ensure you remain healthy. However, all the Sun is asking is that you be aware, with no need to reinvent the wheel.
Even before the Sun returns to your health sector on Wednesday, turning the solar spotlight onto your health situation and needs, Mercury's retrograde turn here on Monday is a chance to return to the drawing board. This could put some demands on your health in that Mercury's retrograde turn will be a call to slow down, while life itself will continue to bring just as many demands. Stress will have a negative impact on your health but it will also alert you to where you are pushing yourself too far.
From her position in your health sector, Venus is making no demands and instead only offers. This includes the offer of a boost in confidence when it comes to the first steps in turning a desire to make healthy choices into reality but also an offer to improve your body image. Instead of disliking parts of your body there is instead a need for self love, grateful for the way it puts up with your demands while keeping you functioning. This is a chance to turn the tables, asking your body what you can do for it.
As the week progresses you are likely to find that your confidence increases and as it does that this has a real impact on your energy levels and your motivation to get moving. While you might not have been suffering from lethargy and even if you have been this hasn't necessarily been because of a lack of confidence, as your confidence increases it will have a positive spin off physically. When you are more physically active this is going to be good for all aspects of your health.
You are likely to notice a very sudden and dramatic increase in energy levels and stamina this week, with a very obvious and real impact on your health. While a lack of energy hasn't been a direct result of any health issues or matters, a rise in energy will have a direct and positive impact. There is a danger that this could see things swing too far the other way with doing too much impacting on your health but even if that happens this is an easy problem to solve.
While Mars' return to Capricorn and the beginning of the six week wind down of your current Mars cycle will give you less energy to draw on, this doesn't have to have a negative impact on your health. It does mean that you will need to conserve your energy and pace yourself. The only way this could have a negative impact on your health is if you continue to live your life as though you had an endless supply of energy and without stopping to recharge your batteries.
In the closing days of your old solar year, you might be running on empty and because of that, it is important to pace yourself, especially in the early part of the week. The Sun's return to Pisces and the start of your birthday month and new solar year should see your energy and vitality levels increase dramatically from Wednesday. However, with Mercury turning retrograde in Pisces on Monday there will still be a need to pace yourself, recognising when you need to take time out to recharge your batteries.