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Weekly Career Horoscopes (Updates on Monday) - 30 March 2020
Regardless of how the dramatic global changes are impacting you professionally, you reach a point in your professional year this week where things become more settled. It has been just over a week since Saturn left your career sector and you begin the week with Mars, warrior planet of the cosmos in his final hours here. If things have slowed down for you there could be frustration, for Mars is not the most patient of planets. However, Mars will be gone by Tuesday and with his professional passions, fighting and competitive spirit and his momentum banked, this is when things will become more settled. This is the point when Jupiter and Pluto, the planets of luck and change will take over and they are aligned all week, putting them in lockstep. With both here for the rest of the year and both slowing down ahead of retrograde turns, Mars' urgency is replaced with a quiet sense of confidence it as becomes more about the journey.
Mars and Saturn have chosen one of the biggest events to impact global business and the economy in modern history as the time to meet up in your career sector, for the first time in 26 years. And this is not a case of ships passing in the night, with Mars not only in your career sector from Tuesday but aligned with Saturn from the moment he returns. The last time that happened was in January 1994 and it had taken six weeks for them to slowly come together and not, as is the case this time, literally overnight. Saturn has returned to give you the power to move mountains if you have to and Mars to fuel your professional passions, fighting and competitive spirit. They can't change the conditions you are facing but they can change how you face them and along with Venus, who returns to begin a four month visit to your income sector over the weekend, the stars are here to help you make the best of a good or a bad situation.
As a Mercury ruled sign you are more adept at dealing with Mercury retrograde periods but even for you, a Mercury retrograde phase, especially in your career sector is never a welcome event. A Mercury retrograde phase can put the brakes on, slow things down, cause delays and can create mixed messages and misunderstandings. However, while the first Mercury retrograde phase of 2020 is behind you, it has turned out to be a massive advantage that you are only now benefiting from. Mercury returned for a two week visit to your career sector in early February, aimed at giving you 14 days to get your head in the game and update your professional game plan and resolutions. This should have seen Mercury leave in mid February, before the world changed. Because of a retrograde turn in late February Mercury is still here and will be until later next week, helping you ride these changing times, keeping your head in the game and your feet on the ground.
Even without the week starting with the Moon in a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart, this is a week for pulling back. There are no hold ups and if anything, with the solar spotlight on your career and professional situation, matters and options this is more a chance to simply observe and to let things settle. It was last week, during the Sun's first full week in your career sector that the Moon not only moved through but created a New Moon. Anything planted on a New Moon will take until the Moon comes full circle four weeks later to fully play out while, at the same time, Mercury won't return until later next week. It is Mercury's return that will begin a 17 day visit that will continue for another week after the Sun leaves, giving you a chance then to get your head in the game and update your professional game plan and resolutions. Even then, with Mars spending the second half of the year here, this professional year will remain a work in progress.
On both the job and career fronts there is a need to take things one day at a time, mainly because the conditions and dynamics are literally changing by the day. The week begins with a lot of intensity, with Mars not only in his final 24 hours in your work sector but Venus processing her encounter with the Moon in your career sector over the weekend. Your experience on Monday will be determined by your situation and whether you are part of the workforce on lockdown or the part that is being run off their feet. If it is the latter, then Monday could be manically busy while if there is nothing to channel this into, there could be some frustration. By Tuesday, with Mars gone things will become more settled and those wild extremes will be gone. With Pluto and Jupiter, who are here for the rest of the year aligned all week, on the job front you will have time to establish a new normal. With Venus leaving your career sector over the weekend, she will be working to boost your professional confidence.
There are some major events and shifts on the job and career fronts this week, in a way that will unfold over the course of the week. The week begins with the Moon in your career sector and at any time that will be an advantage, allowing you to begin the week with your professional instincts and imagination fuelled from the get go. The Moon is here until Tuesday and will therefore be here when Mars returns to your work sector, not just joining Saturn but spending the middle part of the week aligned. Saturn returned nine days earlier to give you the power to move mountains, while Mars returns with the drive to make things happen. Whether on lockdown or working through, this is giving you a chance to reconsider your options. This is a major event but things take another turn for the better when Venus not only returns to your career sector over the weekend but t begin a four month visit.
This is one time when a Mercury retrograde phase has turned out to be a real advantage. Mercury retrograde phases have a bad rap, putting the brakes on, creating delays, setback and even mixed messages, misunderstandings and mistakes. The first Mercury retrograde phase of 2020 was no exception but weeks after it ended this is turning out to be a stunning advantage. Mercury returned to your work sector in early February for what should have been a 14 day visit aimed at giving you the intellectually savvy edge needed to work smarter and make choices, decisions and plans. Mercury should have left in mid February, before the world changed. Mercury is back in direct motion but because of his retrograde phase he is still here and will be until later next week, allowing you to keep your head in the game and your feet on the ground. The Moon will add to this by sharpening your professional instincts, especially on Wednesday and Thursday.
Things become more settled on the job front this week and there is even a chance to test the waters professionally as a whole. It was last week that the Moon not only returned during the Sun's first full week in your work sector but aligned to create a New Moon. What is triggered or birthed on a New Moon can take until the Moon comes full circle four weeks later and with Mercury not returning until later next week, this has taken away any urgency. This Sun is only in the second week of a month long visit, with time to make the most of having the solar spotlight on work and job matters to simply observe. Because Mercury will not only return later next week but will still be here when the Moon comes full circle from last week's New Moon, a lot of things will come together in the second half of April. In the meantime, the Moon will sharpen your professional instincts as it moves through your career sector on Friday and Saturday.
Thanks to the Moon's departure from your work sector over the weekend you have a chance to begin the week with an intuitive read on work and job matters from the get go. At any time that would be an advantage but especially now and for three reasons. The first reason is the global uncertainty, with any advantage coming in handy right now. The second reason is that with Mars in his final hours in your income sector on Monday and the Moon having spent the weekend at a friendly aspect to him and the other planets there, this gives you an intuitive read on both income and job matters from the get go. The third reason is that this allows you to move into Venus' final days here with your finger on the pulse and ear to the ground. Venus won't leave until the weekend so will spend the whole of the working week working to fuel your job confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction.
Even in ordinary times, starting the week with the Moon not only in your work sector but at a friendly aspect to Juno on the career front would be a huge advantage. Even more so with Mars returning to your income sector before the Moon leaves on Tuesday. Even though the Moon is just passing through, an intuitive read on work and job matters will allow you to better read between the lines and join the dots across the income, work and career fronts. This is the reason for a rise in job confidence, even if it might need to be taken with blind faith because of current conditions. What your instincts are picking up on is Venus' approach and by the weekend she will not only be in your work sector but embarking on a four month visit. Regardless of the conditions, you are facing at the moment, the stars are moving into position to support you across the income, work and career fronts.
It is business as usual on the professional front this week, even if it isn't business as usual in your life right now. The most important days of this week are the middle days and in particular Wednesday and Thursday. This is when the Moon will make its monthly visit to your work sector and with it a chance to check in with the North Node, which since 2018 has been providing a sense of direction on the job front. However, the North Node moves into its final month here over the weekend so it is even more important to pay attention. These monthly visits are still more about pointing you in the right direction but the Moon's friendly aspect to Mercury, now in his last full week in your income sector, will create positive conditions on the income and job fronts. The Moon can act as a trigger, making it important to trust your instincts and follow your hunches.
In a week when it is more about the money, the Moon will make a timely visit to your work sector this week. It is on Friday and Saturday that this will give you an intuitive read on work and job matters, as it does when it returns every month. However, as the Moon's only visit while the Sun is in your income sector, a friendly aspect between the two will create positive conditions on both the income and job fronts. At a time when there is a lot of global uncertainty, you have reached a point in your professional year where, after Mars not only left your career sector last month but wrapped up 16 months of planetary activity here, much of the momentum has already been banked. Life might be throwing us all some curveballs at the moment but this is nothing you can't adjust to, especially when the Moon moves through and sharpens your instincts. This will provide insight into income and job matters, while a friendly aspect between the Sun and Moon should provide a boost in confidence on both fronts.