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Weekly Career Horoscopes (Updates on Monday) - 06 July 2020
Starting the week with the Moon in your career sector is always an advantage, with your professional instincts and imagination fuelled from the get go. Yet by any measure, nothing about this visit is ordinary, from the eclipsing Full Moon this created over the weekend to the fact that this is the first visit since Saturn retrograded back in last week. Saturn has returned after a three and a half month absence to find that Jupiter and Pluto are still here but are also in retrograde motion. The Moon will align with all three before leaving on Monday, taking you on a deep dive into their influence and their focus on the past. Saturn has returned to finish what he began in 2017 but not leaving until December, these early days are more a chance to adjust to having his raw power to draw on again. It is time to not only take care of unfinished business but to explore anything that may have failed to launch in the past.
The Moon returns to your career sector every four weeks and this is always a valuable chance to check in. However, this just might be one of the most important visits of the year, returning with a chance to regroup after Saturn left last week. After three and a half months Saturn retrograded back out, ending seven months of planetary activity and making this the Moon's first visit on its own since last December. This was always going to be a valuable chance to check in and regroup, on your own now until Saturn returns with Jupiter in December. However, the Moon's friendly aspect to Venus in your income and Juno in your work sector reveals that you are not on your own and that income and job matters will take it from here. With Saturn gone and no longer in retrograde motion, this is also a chance to look to the future, with the Moon helping to give you a sense of professional direction as you move into the second half of this professional year.
It was just over a week ago that Mars left your career sector, taking any urgency with him but leaving you with a lot of untapped professional potential and momentum. The things that Mars set in motion or began will continue to play out but without the urgency and constant need for action he brought. Instead of slowly dropping off, any remaining urgency will plummet. This is thanks to the dwarf planet's Ceres retrograde turn in your career sector on Tuesday, joining Neptune who is already in retrograde motion here. With both planets in your career sector now in retrograde motion and no planets in your work sector for several months, any urgency is gone. However, this does not mean that professionally things become stalled and instead this buys you time to work with what is already on the table. The Moon's return to your career sector on Thursday, for the first time since Mars left and since Neptune and Ceres turned retrograde will be a valuable chance to check in.
As Mars moves into his second week in your career sector he is still finding his feet and is not bringing the normal urgency he would typically bring. A clash between some of the minor players on the home and professional fronts is just running its course at the start of the week and while this is less creating work/life balance tension and more drawing any issues to your attention, this is something that Mars would normally have no time for. Normally here for six weeks but his longest visit in 32 years keeping Mars here for the rest of the year, even he knows that taking the time to first address any work/life balance issues is important. Another reason why Mars is in no hurry is that he knows that the Moon's return to your career sector over the weekend will not only be a chance to check in but to get a feel for the impact this is having on work and job matters. The message from the get go is that you are running a marathon and not a sprint.
Starting the week with the Moon in your work sector is always an advantage, giving you an intuitive read on work and job matters from the get go. Even more so as this is not only Saturn's first full week back here but the week begins with the tail end of an eclipsing Full Moon over the weekend still playing out. Just having the Moon here during Saturn's early days back and as you adjust to having him back on board after a three and a half month absence was going to be an advantage. Yet as an eclipsing Full Moon, this has the power to energise things and while all three planets in your work sector are in retrograde motion, to get their mission to explore untapped job potential moving. Saturn has returned to finish what he began in 2017 and that means taking care of unfinished business but also the things that you never got around to starting. The Moon will align with Jupiter, Saturn and Pluto before leaving on Monday, giving you a read on the main players.
The Moon's return to your work sector is always a valuable chance to check in but when it returns on Monday this will do more than give you an intuitive read on work and job matters. The Moon will return on Monday just days after Saturn left, not only wrapping up his own three and a half month visit but seven months of planetary activity. With no more planetary activity on the job front until Saturn returns with Jupiter in December, this was always going to be a chance to consolidate everything gained, learned or begun over the last seven months. However, the Moon is not only here when Venus moves into her final month in your career sector on Wednesday but will form a friendly aspect to both her and Juno in your income sector. All the planetary activity on the job front may have run its course but planets on the income and career fronts will take it from here. A coming together of forces on the income, work and career fronts mid week is when the transfer of power happens.
While the Sun and Mercury were both impacted by the weekend's eclipsing Full Moon and the pressure that this put on them over the weekend, this is unlikely to have put a dent in your professional confidence. This is a Full Moon that will always fall during the Sun's month long visit to your career sector and falling in your home and family sector, this will always stress test your work/life balance. This has just ended as you move into the new week and it is unlikely that there has been any push back and especially nothing lingering. With Mercury in retrograde motion in your career sector until Sunday, Neptune already in retrograde motion in your work sector and the dwarf planet Ceres turning retrograde there on Tuesday, there just isn't any urgency. If anything, the professional gods are more likely to relish than rebel against any work/life balance reminders, with pacing yourself working for them as well.
As Mars moves into his second week in your work sector he is yet to fully stretch his sea legs or display any of his characteristic urgency. There are several reasons for that. The first is that with Mars normally spending just six weeks in your work sector, his sense of urgency is there from the get go, as he works to pack in as much as possible before he leaves. However, Mars' longest visit in 32 years will keep him here for the rest of the year, eliminating any need for urgency. Another reason is that Mars is holding back both as he waits for the Moon's return to your work sector over the weekend and the Sun's return to your career sector 10 days later. The professional gods are still moving things into position and this is buying you time to get a feel for where Mars' work passions, fighting and competitive spirit is starting to manifest. This buys you the kind of time that the warrior planet rarely gives you.
While all the action is on the income front this week there is likely to be a new sense of job confidence at the start of the week and for good reason. It was the weekend's eclipsing Full Moon in your income sector that helped to welcome Saturn's return a few days earlier, while starting the week with the Moon there is giving you a read on the changed dynamics. However, it was over the weekend and in the lead up to Sunday's eclipsing Full Moon that the Moon also moved into a friendly aspect to Uranus in your work sector. With new doors opening on the career front next month and untapped income potential available throughout that time, you begin the week able to look to the future with confidence. While Uranus is a slow outer planet and will keep work and job matters on track all year, new career developments are still a month away and the planets on the income front are in no hurry. This is where a sense of confidence comes from.
While the Moon's return to your income sector on Monday is a valuable chance to check in after Saturn left last week, this is also good news professionally. When Saturn left this ended seven months of planetary activity in your income sector but as the planet of money and still in your work sector, Venus will continue what he started and this is what makes the timing auspicious. Venus has already been in your work sector for over three months, with the Moon moving into a friendly aspect just as she prepares to move into her final month on Wednesday. Venus' mission to fuel your job confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction moves into its final chapter just as the Moon returns to sharpen your nose for money. The Moon will also move into a friendly aspect to Juno in your career sector, just as she is moving closer to her third friendly aspect to Venus in as many months.
The Sun will always spend the last 10 days of June and the first three weeks of July in your work sector and at some point, he will be challenged by a Full Moon in a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart. The Moon will not only demand that you make time to hear yourself think a clash with the Sun is the annual stress testing of how well you know when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off. That Full Moon fell on Sunday and while the Moon will leave a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart on Monday, as this was both an eclipsing Full Moon and fell just days after Saturn's return, this was a powerful reminder. However, with Mercury in retrograde motion in your work sector until Sunday and Venus still a month away, there isn't as much urgency this year. In a week where there is a lot of focus on untapped income and job potential, a call to work smarter has come with perfect timing.
There is something brewing across the income, work and career fronts and it is starting to create a sense of excitement and anticipation but if you are the impatient kind, potentially some frustration. With a highly developed sixth sense, your over the horizon radar will already be picking up on this and while things are partially in position, the full picture is yet to emerge. Already in position is Mars, who is now in the second week of his longest visit to your income sector in 32 years and is here now for the rest of the year, along with the South Node in your career sector. The Moon's return to your income sector over the weekend will give you a better read on both and especially on the interplay between the two. However, it is the Sun's return to your work sector 10 days later that will lock everything into place. If you are starting to feel frustrated, this is more a case of excitement and anticipation.