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Until the Sun leaves your health sector on Thursday the solar spotlight is still on your health needs, situation and matters and that makes it important to simply pay attention. Often it is not until after the Sun leaves that any action or follow up is taken, for if you are too busy doing then you stop simply paying attention and therefore gaining more insight. This makes it important, especially during the first three days of the week to simply pay attention but without overthinking things. That can wait until after the Sun is gone.
While it might feel like you are getting mixed messages this week but by listening to both finding a compromise you will find that you gain better control of both body and mind. In his first full week in your health sector in nearly two years, Mars wants you to stay active and might be inspiring new physically pursuits. Yet while Mars has his foot on the gas, in his last full week in direct motion here Mercury has his foot on the brake, wanting to think things through first. The Sun's return on Thursday will not only turn the solar spotlight onto your health situation and matters but on how to best balance Mercury and Mars' influence.
With the Sun not turning the solar spotlight onto your health needs, situation and matters until later next week, Venus has had a chance to get in early and first establish a desire to look and feel good. Venus is under very different influences at either end of the week but it is all part of the process. You might be feeling competitive and driven at the start of the week but in a way that is more aspirational than practical. This is creating a sense of what's possible and while this might be met by reality in the latter part of the week, this is all part of the process.
While Venus won't return to your health sector until early next month, with the Sun still two months away she will still get a massive head start. This will give you a chance to first invest in a desire to look and feel good before the Sun returns with his reality checks and a more practical approach to health matters in general. There is a chance midweek to get your first sense of Venus' approach, with the Moon tapping into a sense of competitiveness or resolve that is already there. This is the first sign that some of the resolutions you may have begun the year with are starting to resurface.
While the Moon left your health sector on Friday, as it formed a friendly aspect to the Sun before leaving this has left you with a better read on what your body is telling you but also feeling more confident. This also provided more transparency, making it easier to read the often vague messages that your body is sending and that often then get lost in translation as your intuition processes those messages. One of the key takeaways is the confidence to listen to your body and especially when it comes to a message to slow down.
The Moon only left your health sector over the weekend, something that is not only giving you an intuitive read on what your body is telling you from the start but you are still processing. This was the Moon's last visit while both planets in your health sector are still in retrograde motion but also when they are already slowing down and are encouraging you to do the same. In the closing days of your birthday month, you might feel driven to pack as much into every day as possible but pacing yourself couldn't be more important for body, mind and soul.
The Moon's return to your health sector every four weeks is always a valuable chance to check in, giving you a better sense of what your body is telling you. However, when this is also a Full Moon the messages are not only louder and harder to ignore but they have other complications. This is a Full Moon that can only fall during the month long wind down of your old solar year and with your birthday month and new solar year beginning on Thursday, this is a last minute call to also make time to hear yourself think. If you try and push yourself too far you will know about it. Especially on Monday and Tuesday.
This is a week where there is a greater need to listen to your body and not just because the Moon is making its monthly visit to your health sector. When the Moon returns every four weeks this will make it easier to listen to what your body is telling you, especially if you pay attention to it rather than your head. This will be especially so from Tuesday to Thursday as the Moon moves through. However as Mars, the planet that gives us our get up and go spends his first full week in a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart this is calling on you to pace yourself.
The Moon returns to your health sector every four weeks and this is always an important chance to listen to what your body is telling you. That is the case when the Moon returns in the latter part of the week, to find something it has not found before in any other visit this year. That something is a planet on the other side of the sky in a more nostalgic and reflective part of your chart, with Venus calling for time to rest and to recharge your batteries. The Moon will clash with Venus just as you are heading into the weekend, which will be a telling time for how well you know when to push yourself and when to rest.
While the Moon won't return to your health sector until the weekend, by the time it returns for its monthly check in, you should be feeling more confident and energised. The Moon's return each month will always give you a better read on what your body is telling you and especially if you listen to it rather than what your head is trying to tell you. Away from the noise of the working week, returning over the weekend can always make it easier to read the messages. However, this also comes when the forces already in play on the health front as especially well aspected by other planets in the solar system.
While you might feel more lethargic this week and less inclined to push yourself this is not coming from a place of exhaustion and instead from a sense of confidence. You are not only finding it easier to listen to what your body is telling you but to follow its lead at a time when there is a lot of focus on recharging your batteries and time to hear yourself think. Rest is just as important as exercise and a balance between the two is as, if not more important, than the right balance between a healthy diet and life's treats.
While this is not a time of year when there is an emphasis on pushing yourself and there is generally nothing to prove to yourself or to others, Monday's Full Moon is likely to be energising. The Moon not only begins the week in Pisces but as the Full Moon that has brought you to the halfway point in your current solar year. This might awaken some of the resolutions made during your birthday month, providing a fresh wave of motivation and resolve.