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It is the second half of the week and especially from Wednesday to Friday that there is a need to pay attention to where you might be pushing yourself too hard. While this is a week when there will be a greater need for rest this is more a call to make time to hear yourself think rather than a drain on your energy and reserves. They will be there to tap into when you need to but if you don't make time to rest this could lead to stress and burnout. Far better to cruise to the end of the week than hit the brick wall at the end.
As you reach the halfway point in your birthday month you should be feeling more robust, with a lot more energy and inner reserves to call in. However, there is still a need to be mindful of a need to recognise the signs when you need to rest, with your body sending subtle clues that should be easy to acknowledge unless you a purposely ignoring them. You can afford to wait until the weekend to get some downtime, with nostalgic and reflective lunar vibes from Friday making this a more tempting proposition.
The month long wind down of your current solar year only just reaches the halfway point this week, with a need to be aware of a need to pace yourself. This is always a time of year when there is a call to spend more time in the slow lane, recharging your batteries ahead of the Sun's return to Gemini later in the month and the start of your birthday month and new solar year. Even more so as Mars has just moved through Gemini. Last week's Full Moon will have left you with a better read on what your body is telling you and especially when it comes to a balance between rest and activity.
This is not just a week but a time of year when you are having to adjust to living life with one foot on the gas and another on the brake. It all comes down to an interplay between the two, knowing when you can push yourself and when you need rest. You have planets that are giving you energy to burn but others that are demanding time to repair and rest. Just like a car needs both a brake and an accelerator so do you and it is all about knowing when to use each.
The week begins with the Moon having just left your health sector, having had a chance over the weekend to get a better read on what your body is telling you but more importantly of a new need for rest. This wasn't just the Moon's first visit since Pluto's retrograde turn in your health sector last week, something that will always bring a call to pull back and pace yourself but since Mars returned to a more nostalgic and reflective part of your chart. The planets that will usually give us the most get up and go are both calling for a slower pace, something the Moon gave you a read on over the weekend.
The Moon's return to your health sector each month is always a valuable chance to check in, both with what your body is telling you and of the external influences. The Moon will move through from Monday to Wednesday and as it does it is going to pick up on some contradictory information but together will give you a better read on how far you can and can't push yourself. The Moon will make contact with Saturn, just as he is calling on you to slow down, taking a more measured and even restful approach. However, in his last full week in your health sector, Jupiter wants to get you moving.
When the Moon returns to your health sector each month, this is both a chance to check in with what your body is telling you but also to connect with dreamy Neptune here. This can inspire some wishful thinking and as the Moon moves through from Wednesday to Friday, you might find that you are once again feeling motivated. However, the Moon will move on and while the wishful thinking remains, the motivation can wane. This time is different, for with Jupiter returning next week wishful thinking is about to get the resources that you need in order to walk the talk.
While it has been two weeks since the Sun left your health sector, ending your annual health review and update, it won't be until the end of this week that you will be at a point where you will have a clear mandate moving forward. That is because the dwarf planet Ceres won't leave your health sector until Saturday, ending her first deep dive into your health needs and priorities in four years and her last for another four. The Moon's return on Friday will ensure you not only have a read on what your body is telling you during Ceres' final hours but as you regroup after she leaves.
The Sun will always spend the first three weeks of May in your health sector, shining the solar spotlight on your health needs, situation and matters. Mercury's departure on Tuesday makes Monday an important day for taking a smart approach to health matters, especially when it comes to gathering information, knowledge or for scheduling appointments. Until she leaves over the weekend, Venus will focus more on fuelling a desire to look and feel good, providing the motivation that the Sun and Mercury's more practical approach can't.
As you move into the new week it has been 10 days since Mars left your health sector, creating time for some of his exuberance to settle, especially when it came to his drive to get you moving. It is on Tuesday that Mercury will return to take over from where Mars left off though in a more practical and strategic way. Mercury's return is a chance to focus on knowledge and information gathering, something that will allow you to make informed choices and decisions over the coming months. Meanwhile, Venus returns over the weekend to fuel a desire to look and feel good, something that can keep you motivated.
As Mars moves into his second week in your health sector you will be starting to get a feel for the restless energy and a need for movement that he can bring. You will also be started to get a feel for how far you can and can't push yourself, especially if you tried to run before you can walk. It was the Moon's return to a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart over the weekend and clash with Mars that put how well you who when to rest to the test. Mars is here for another six weeks with the Moon's reminder to pace yourself a timely one.
You have reached a point in the year when it is not that you don't want to push yourself but you don't need to. With nothing to prove and Mars returning to your health sector next month with a bucket load of motivation, any feelings that you should start pushing yourself are premature. Especially this week, with the Moon joining Jupiter in his last full week in a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart. Jupiter's return to Pisces next week will give you a lot more drive and energy, with a chance first to recharge your batteries, making time to hear yourself think. This will be good for body, mind and soul.