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Daily Career Horoscopes - Thursday 20 September
With Saturn in his early weeks in direct motion in your career sector and Pluto in his final days in retrograde motion here, the Moon's final hours give you an intuitive read on both. At a time when the Sun and Moon are taking an objective and strategic approach to work and job matters, the Moon's intuitive edge allows you to read between the lines.
Just nine days after Mars returned for his rare double dip visit to your career sector, the Moon not only returns but aligns today. As the Moon's professional instincts and imagination merge with Mars' professional passions, fighting and competitive spirit, you will get a fairly clear sense of what excites you.
It takes Jupiter 13 months to move through your work sector and usually it takes Venus just 24 days. Yet slowing down ahead of her retrograde turn she is just as slow and that is a huge advantage. Working at the same pace, you're able to keep your heart and the laws of attraction in line with Jupiter's slow and steady march towards job growth.
On the professional front, your attention is becoming more and more split between the past and the future, but in an even way. After starting the week with the Moon in your work sector, this has left you with a new sense of anticipation about the job developments ahead. Yet on the career front, for now all your attention is on the rear view mirror.
In the Moon's final hours in your work sector continue to keep your finger on the pulse and ear to the ground, but your mind and your options open, operating more as a sponge, soaking in as much information as you can. It is once the Moon is gone that you can begin to process the valuable clues, hunches and insights of the last few days.
Just nine days after Mars returned for his rare double dip visit to your work sector, the Moon returns with a valuable chance to regroup. The Moon will catch up and align with Mars almost immediately on its return today with your imagination, intuition, passions and fighting spirit merging in combustible fashion. Stand back and pay attention to the strong emotional, intuitive and imaginative responses this is likely to trigger.
With the Moon not only returning to your work sector over the weekend but coming full circle from last month's Full Moon, it is only fair that today's playful lunar vibes highjack your working week. Yet this is no act of concession from the professional gods, for you're likely to find that you're more productive and creative if you embrace rather than ignore these playful lunar vibes.
Two weeks after Mercury left your career sector, wrapping up 14 months of planetary activity, the Moon is putting your work/life balance to the test. There is a very high chance that you will get your best score this year, with no reason why work/life balance is not only achievable, but already having benefits professionally.
The Sun will always be in his final days in your career sector at this time of year, shining the solar spotlight on your career and professional situation, matters and options. What is not the norm is to have Saturn in your income sector and Uranus in your work sector, forces that are now here for years. This leaves the Sun free to focus on leaving you with a clear sense of direction, without worrying about the follow through.
The Moon's return to your income sector today can be seen as a valuable stepping stone, ahead of new career developments in just a few days' time. With things about to move into a more active phase as you reach a point in your professional year when it's time to start bringing things home, the Moon will ensure your nose for money is sharp from the get go.
While Venus will eventually retrograde back out of your career sector it won't be for another six weeks. With Venus leaving just days before Jupiter in early November, this gives them plenty of time to expand your options, attract opportunities and for you to buy into a sense of what's possible. While there is every reason for confidence, there is little or no urgency.
While all the planetary activity in your work sector ended when Mercury left two weeks ago, there is more than enough momentum to keep the wheels turning. However, it doesn't require the same level of mental focus and or the constant need to have your head in the game. This is freeing you up to look ahead at what might be over the horizon professionally.