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Weekly Career Horoscopes (Updates on Monday) - 19 March 2018
This is the week when everything changes, with Mars having charged into your career sector over the weekend like a bull in a china store. This is Mars' first visit since 2016 and he can't wait to be reunited with Pluto, planet of change and revolution. Here since 2008, Pluto and Mars have met up every other year since then, with the planets of war and revolution coming together to make things happen. But for the first time in our lifetime Mars has returned to not only find Pluto here, but Mars as well. While Pluto and Mars are ready to blow the roof off any professional glass ceilings, Saturn is there to hold the ladder steady and make sure you not only don't give up, but you're willing to do whatever it takes for as long as it takes. Mars is set to spend months rather than weeks here and with signs of movement on the income front, the future looks both exciting and lucrative.
The Moon's departure from your career sector last Thursday wrapped up an important chance to regroup, something you're able to benefit from this week. The Moon had come full circle from last month's solar eclipse, which may have triggered some unexpected developments or Eureka moments that put things in perspective. While the South Node is keeping the wheels turning on the career front, apart from a Full Moon on the job front over Easter, the professional gods are keeping things ticking over for now. With Mars not only returning to your career sector in May, but just as things will be moving on the income front, the more you can continue to hold onto and trust your professional instincts the better. There is no longer any need to reinvent the wheel and if you do have to take action, trust what your gut is telling you.
Between the weekend's New Moon and the Sun's departure from your career sector on Wednesday there is still a lot of ground to cover. The Moon left hours after the weekend's New Moon, but not before leaving you with your professional instincts and imagination fuelled and with a tailwind at your back. Yet the Sun's final days are not just about getting a realistic view of your professional game and options as you can, which is always his priority. The Sun will spend his final days aligned with Chiron, as has been the case at this time every year, since the planet of healing returned in 2010. Yet due to leave next month, this is the Sun and Chiron's last alignment in your career sector for another four decades with a chance, in the early part of the week, to identify old professional demons that might be holding you back. Once identified you can then focus on laying them to rest.
It is all happening this week on the career front and I really do mean all. With Venus in her last full week in your career sector, the Sun returning on Wednesday, Mercury turning retrograde on Friday and Uranus now in his final two months, this was always going to be the case. However, this comes just as Mars' departure from your work sector over the weekend has seen the professional gods shift all the resources and manpower from work and job matters and onto your career situation, matters and options as a whole. And when I say all their resources I really do mean all their resources, for you will even start the week with the Moon in your career sector. At some point this week, every planet that will visit your career sector this year will all be here, including the Sun and Moon. The cherry on top of the cake is that the tide will also turn on the income front, on Monday.
It is all go on the job front this week and there are even signs that something is about to move on the career front as well. Despite the fact that you have had Pluto in your work sector since 2008 and Saturn since just before Christmas, with both slowing down ahead of their retrograde turns next month, it had looked like work and job matters were moving onto autopilot. Or at least that was the case until Mars returned over the weekend, returning to meet up with Saturn and Pluto, together here for the first time in our lifetime. This is going to fire things up across the work and job fronts over the coming months. Yet the Moon's return to your career sector on Tuesday will do more than fuel your professional instincts and imagination. Ahead of Venus' return next week, this will be your first real evidence that things are about to move on the career front as well.
You have reached a point in your professional year where things are about to transition into a new phase, with clues later in the week to what might lie ahead. The Sun, Mercury and Venus only left your work sector last month and it was only last week that the Moon came full circle from February's solar eclipse. This was a chance to close the circle and with no new developments on the job front until Mars returns in May, this left you with all the insight needed to keep work and job matters on track. It is the Moon's return to your career sector on Thursday and position here until Saturday that will do more than fuel your professional instincts and imagination. With Venus returning next month, the Moon will deliver the first real clues to what lies ahead and with it a chance to gain a better sense of professional direction. For now though that is all that it is, a sense of direction.
After the weekend's New Moon in your work sector and Venus and Mercury's departure earlier in the month, it is now up to the Sun to wrap up your annual review of work and job matters. The Sun always moves through your work sector at this time of year, shining the solar spotlight on your work situation and job matters. Venus and Mercury, who always travel with the Sun, have already brought a chance to get heart and head in the game. With Neptune in your work sector since 2012 and not due to leave until 2026, work and job matters will never go completely off the boil. These annual updates however are a chance to bring things up to date and to regroup. The Sun will spend his final days aligned with Chiron and this is important. In your work sector since 2010 Chiron, planet of healing is leaving next month. Their last alignment here for another four decades is a chance to lay old professional demons to rest.
This is the week when your professional year will come alive and it is happening on the job and career fronts at the same time. You begin the week with the Moon in your work sector, giving you an intuitive read on work and job matters from the get go. The Moon can also trigger unexpected developments, so have your finger on the pulse and ear to the ground in the early part of the week. This would be an advantage in every week, but especially in a week where the professional gods are putting every available planet into play. This comes just as Ceres' direct turn in your career sector on Monday will also see the handbrake come off this professional year. With Ceres in retrograde motion but all the planets on the job front in direct motion, you've been driving with the handbrake on. That is released and the light turns green, just as work and job matters are ready to rush forward.
To start with all the focus is on the money this week, with Mars' return to your income sector over the weekend a game changer. This can't help but shift your professional perspective, with Mars becoming part of a dream team comprising him, Pluto and Saturn. This power trio is about to get serious about smashing glass ceilings and will be ready to use every professional advantage they can get their hands on. This will put a different context on the Moon's return to your work sector on Tuesday, for what is supposed to be just a chance you get every four weeks to sharpen your instincts and gain some valuable clues, hunches and insights. Yet these canny money gods will soon pick up on a sense of anticipation on the job front, with the Moon returning with clues ahead of Venus' return to your work sector next week.
For the most part this is a fairly low key professional month and that is exactly what you need. With a Full Moon in your career sector over Easter and Venus returning to your work sector next month, things are about to start moving for the first time this year. The key days this week are Thursday through to Friday, when the Moon will make its monthly visit to your work sector. This isn't the Moon's last visit before Venus returns next month, but it is the last before next week's Full Moon on the career front. At this stage it will be more about having your finger on the pulse and ear to the ground as the Moon moves through, listening to your emotional, intuitive and imaginative responses without over thinking things. Whatever information the professional gods need to pass on ahead of next week's Full Moon or Venus' return to your work sector next month, they'll use the Moon's visit from Thursday to Saturday.
By the time you move into the new week Jupiter has been in retrograde motion in your career sector for 10 days. At the same time the Sun is getting ready to leave your income sector on Wednesday, handing the reins back to Neptune, who will keep the momentum going all year. It is the partnership between Jupiter in your career sector and Neptune in your income sector that will dominate the coming year, not only keeping the momentum going on both fronts, but the partnership between the two. Apart from the Moon's return to your work sector on Saturday and the chance this will bring to pick up some valuable clues, hunches and insights over the weekend, this is more about letting Jupiter set the pace. No longer at a complete standstill Jupiter is just starting to inch backwards, but still in slow motion. This is more a chance to regroup and make the time to reflect.
Mars' departure from your career sector over the weekend may have brought all planetary activity there to a close, but there are three reasons why you're unlikely to notice any drop off in professional momentum. In fact, the only things you'll notice dropping off, is the pressure you didn't realise you were under, until it's no longer there. The first reason is just the length of time both Mars has spent in your career sector and the planets that went before him. After over three years of near continuous planetary activity the momentum isn't going to drop back any time soon. The second reason is Ceres. Ceres' direct turn in your work sector on Monday will bring work and job matters back on line. The professional gods will simply shift the focus that had been on your career game, onto work and job matters. The third reason is the sheer number of planets in play on the income front. They're in pursuit of the money so have a vested interest in keeping the professional momentum going.