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While your health and vitality are being impacted by two different forces this week used correctly this could give you the balance that you need. Mars, your ruling planet is all about action and in his second week in Aries, he is encouraging you to put everything you have into everything you do. Mars doesn't have a stop or a pause button and this can lead to burnout. However, with both planets in a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart in retrograde motion by Tuesday, you will find it easier to get lost in your daydreams, encouraging you to slow down. It is about finding a happy medium between the two.
As you adjust to having Mars, the planet that gives us our physical endurance, vitality and the drive to move spends his second week in a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart you should be getting a sense for how far you can and can't push yourself. The first real test of this will come over the weekend when the Moon not only returns to your health sector but clashes with Mars. This will always give you a better read on what your body is telling you but this time this will include a read on how far you can and can't push yourself.
Moving into the first full week of the second half of the year you should have a new spring in your step. With your birthday month behind you, Venus still in Gemini but now in direct motion and no drains or demands on your health, there is even a chance to push the 'reset' button. It was the Moon's visit to your health sector last week that has already brought a chance to check in.
With the month long wind down of your old solar year behind you, something that can always put a drain on your health you should be feeling more energised and may even be ready to launch into something new. With Mercury in retrograde motion in Cancer until Sunday you will find it easier to take time out to recharge your batteries, while at the same time there is a chance to push the 'reset' button on any healthy intensions or resolutions you began 2020 with.
Starting the week with the Moon in your health sector is giving you a read on what your body is telling you from the get go. However, there is more to this than is normally the case, with a chance to push the 'reset' button just as we move into the first full week of the second half of the year. It was Sunday's eclipsing Full Moon that as acted as a catalyst, just as Saturn is spending his first full week back in your health sector and there is no longer room for excuses.
There is no doubt that Saturn's departure from your health sector last week has taken the pressure off and you might find that your joints are less painful and if you have had any back or bone issues that these have eased. The Moon's return to your health sector on Monday will give you a chance to check in, both with what your body is telling you and with the lessons from the last few months.
Don't be surprised if your motivation levels drop even more this week, especially when it comes to physical activity. It first began to drop just over a week ago when Mars left your health sector, where for nearly seven weeks he fuelled a need to move. That dropped when Mars left but with Ceres turning retrograde here on Tuesday and Neptune already in retrograde motion, this could have the opposite influence. You may have pushed yourself too much over recent months, in which case pulling back is a good thing. The Moon will move through from Thursday to Saturday, giving your body a chance to let you know what it needs.
By the time that you move into the first full week of the second half of the year, Mars has only been in your health sector for eight days so this is something that you are still adjusting to. Mars is a planet that encourages movement and likes to be constantly active, making this the perfect chance to push the 'reset' button on any healthy resolutions you began 2020 with. You will get a better read on what your body and Mars are trying to tell you when the Moon returns over the weekend.
On the health front, this is the week and especially when it comes to physical exercise and movement, for taking after a 'Tortoise' rather than a 'Hare' approach, with slow and steady getting you there. The Moon will return for its monthly visit to your health sector early next week but until then, there is nothing to be gained by reinventing the wheel. You already know all that you need to know to make healthy choices, but there is nothing to be gained by jumping ahead or lost by falling behind.
The fact that Venus' second week in direct motion in your health sector is also the first full week of the second half of the year makes this a valuable chance to push the 'reset' button on any healthy intentions you began 2020 with. Especially after the eclipsing Full Moon in Capricorn over the weekend and with Saturn in his first full week back, giving you the discipline and will power that until just a few days ago you didn't have access to.
With Saturn not only back in a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart but in retrograde motion as the other two planets here are and Mercury in retrograde motion in your health sector until Sunday, this is not the week to push yourself. The Sun doesn't move into his final two weeks in your health sector until Thursday and as the weekend's eclipsing Full Moon put how far you can push yourself to the test, this gives you time to reflect on the messages and lessons delivered.
With Saturn no longer in a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart and Mars having just left Pisces over a week ago, you might find that you suddenly have a lot more energy and vitality this week. For the entire time that Mars was in Pisces, creating a need to move and become active you had Saturn demanding time to hear yourself think. With Saturn gone and all those reserves from Mars' time here still available to access, you might find that you move into the first full week of the second half of the year with a new lease of life.