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Weekly General Horoscopes (Updates on Monday) - 20 May 2019
There is a sense of excitement in the air from the get go that hints at change. It starts with the adventurous lunar vibes underway at the start of the week. Normally, you might put this down to a case of Mondayitis and maybe add something to your bucket list for some future date. Yet there is no push back from these adventurous lunar vibes, nothing telling you that this should wait and instead, everything is enticing you to forget the bucket list and embrace this now. At the same time, while the weekend's Full Moon may have created some intensity or even financial tension, by the time you move into the new week a smart head for money is already turning this into motivation. However, it is from midweek that the real change will be evident, as you find you have a lot more mental clarity, with the brain fog gone and in its place, mentally you once again have all cylinders firing. There is even a lucrative feel to the week.
While the weekend's Full Moon may have put pressure on you and your relationships, both sides will enjoy the benefits this week. At some point during your birthday month, the Sun will always be confronted by a Full Moon, which always falls in your relationship sector. This is something that both sides need. Halfway between the Sun's last visit to your relationship sector and the next and with little focus on your relationships, this Full Moon is able to make up for that. At the same time, the Full Moon makes sure that you don't move into your new solar year on autopilot, that you have at least some wakeup calls. With Mars in his first full week in your communication sector, he is on hand to turn any tension over the weekend into an opportunity for a breakthrough. At the same time, with the Sun and Mercury leaving Taurus on Tuesday, you've had the wakeup calls needed to make the final days of your old solar year count.
You have reached the most significant period of change, for you personally this year and as you move into the new week, you are still in transition. It began with Mars' departure from Gemini last Thursday, where for nearly seven weeks, his first visit in two years brought a chance to bring the passion and drive back into your life. In between Mars' departure and the Sun's return on Tuesday bringing Mercury, your ruling planet with him, you have a short firebreak between the two. This is a chance to catch your breath and to take the wind down of your old solar year seriously. When your birthday month and new solar year begins on Tuesday there will be no slow warm up, with Mars having already set things in motion. This makes it important until then, to find time to hear yourself think. At the same time, the weekend's Full Moon has been a catalyst for forces across the income, work and career fronts, which have now taken on a life of their own.
If something feels different this week, don't look for any external shifts, for it is all internal. Despite the fact that the Sun's return to a nostalgic part of your chart on Tuesday will begin the month long wind down of your old solar year, there will be little time for navel gazing. It is not just that in his first full week in Cancer, Mars is giving you the energy, drive and passion that has been lacking for a while now and more what this has tapped into. This is the first full week of an alignment that has been building all year, between the North Node in Cancer and dreamy Neptune, in an adventurous part of your chart. It was a playful Full Moon over the weekend that energised things across the personal, passionate, playful and adventurous fronts, which has now taken on a life of its own. Even starting the week with the Moon in your work sector won't shift the dial, realising now that life can't be all work and no play.
With the Sun and Mercury leaving your career sector on Tuesday, there is a need to have your professional hat on from the get go. However, after both were confronted by a Full Moon over the weekend that put the focus on home and family matters, there have been some timely work/life balance reminders. This is a Full Moon that falls at some point during the Sun's month long visit to your career sector and a clash between your home and professional lives is part of the process. The difference this time is that this was a powerful Full Moon and as the first in your home and family sector since lucky Jupiter left, has unleashed a lot of opportunities and reminders on the home front. Yet on the other side, both sides benefit and with Venus only in her first full week in your career sector and Saturn and Pluto both in retrograde motion in your work sector, the right work/life balance will benefit you professionally as well.
As the week begins with the Sun and Mercury not only preparing to leave an adventurous part of your chart on Tuesday, but preparing to return to your career sector, you may experience a case of Mondayitis. However, this is something that even the professional gods want you to embrace, along with a chance to make home and family matters a priority. For Monday is the last full day of a five day gap where there is no planetary activity in either of your two professional houses, the first time this has happened since January. Mars only left your career sector on Thursday and with the Sun and Mercury returning on Tuesday, this is a valuable chance to catch your breath. However, because of the nearly seven weeks Mars has already spent here, as the next wave of professional momentum begins most of the hard work has been done. In the meantime, there is special support all week for friendship and relationship building.
If the weekend's Full Moon created any financial tension, if it hasn't already turned into motivation the process is underway. It was a clash between the Sun, in his last weekend in your financial sector and the Moon in your income sector, that saw your two money houses clash. However, this came packed with so many goodies on both fronts that any financial tension was both a small price to pay and good value for money. This was the first Full Moon since lucky Jupiter left your income sector in November, so was a catalyst for untapped income potential. However, it was the timing that has unleashed potential across the income, work and career fronts. With Mars in his first full week in your career sector and a separate alliance between job and career forces in play all week, your professional year has come alive. Even when the Sun and Mercury return to an adventurous part of your chart on Tuesday Venus, the planet of money will remain to exploit potential on the financial front.
There is a chance that you could still be reeling from the weekend's Full Moon in Scorpio or simply adjusting to the surge in power and shift in focus this has created. This was the Full Moon that marks the halfway point in each solar year and as it always falls while the Sun is in your relationship sector, is the 'what about me' Full Moon. At a point in the year when the focus is on your relationships and there is rarely any planetary activity in Scorpio, the Full Moon demands that your voice is heard. If this created any personal and/or relationship tension, you not only have Mercury, the planet of communication in your relationship sector until Tuesday, but the Moon returning to your communication sector to take over from where he leaves off. This creates an opportunity for a breakthrough. Yet this has unleashed a mix of passionate, playful and adventurous forces that don't come with an 'off' switch.
Starting the week with the Moon in Sagittarius can be a mixed blessing or at least that has been the case over recent months. The last time the Moon moved through Sagittarius without coming under pressure from planets on the other side of the sky in your relationship sector was in January. The Moon has aimed for a short five day period between Mars' departure from your relationship sector last Thursday and the Sun and Mercury's return on Tuesday. The Moon will leave Sagittarius just three minutes before the Sun returns, managing to squeeze in a visit that is just about you and a chance to listen to your inner voice, without distractions. And just as well, because as the Moon will return as a Full Moon next month, there will be some valuable clues, hunches and insights delivered. In the meantime, Mars is spending his first full week in your financial sector, bringing a chance to take your financial power back.
If you don't feel motivated to throw yourself into the new week, you would rather hold onto the weekend spirit or if you are battling with a case of Mondayitis, even the professional gods are telling you not to fight it. They want you to embrace the Sun and Mercury's last full day in a playful part of your chart on Monday, knowing that work and job matters will catch their second wind on Tuesday. It was Mars' departure from your busy work sector last Thursday that brought your first chance since February to take your work hat off over the weekend. But the Sun and Mercury don't want you to stop there, wanting to make Monday a day for playful expression, where you can. However, while work and job matters will be back in play by midweek, there is little danger of life becoming all work and no play. This was never going to be as busy and manic as Mars' time here was, while guarding against this is Venus, who is only now spending her first full week in a playful part of your chart.
The solar system is in the processing of rearranging itself as you move into the new week, a process that won't really be complete until Wednesday. It was last Thursday that a chain of events across the income, work and career fronts culminated in a professionally charged Full Moon over the weekend. Yet with Mars in his first full week in your busy work sector in nearly two years and a separate alignment of income and job forces in effect all week, what the Full Moon triggered has taken on a life of its own. This has temporarily left the playful part of your chart Mars vacated last Thursday empty, with nothing to stop life becoming all work and no play. However, not for long, with the Sun and Mercury both returning to a playful part of your chart on Tuesday. It was the Full Moon's opposition with the Sun and Mercury, during their last weekend focused on home and family matters, that also brought some timely work/life balance reminders.
There is something about the Moon's position in your career sector on Monday that will feel uncomplicated, empowering and even confidence building, with your professional instincts and imagination picking up information loud and clear. What you have is the Moon's first visit since January, that hasn't included an opposition with planets on the home front. This is only possible because Mars left your home and family sector on Thursday and the Sun doesn't return until Tuesday, literally three minutes after the Moon leaves your career sector. If any visit was going to get your attention in a clear and uncomplicated way you would want it to be this one. For as the Moon is coming full circle as a Full Moon next month, this is a chance to pick up some valuable information ahead of time. In the meantime, while the Sun and Mercury will be working to make the most of their final days in your communication sector, with Venus in her first full week here, the communication lines are in safe hands.