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Weekly Career Horoscopes (Updates on Monday) - 20 January 2020
After all the intensity last week, which began with five of the six planets in your career sector aligned, things have dialled back this week. This is a combination of none of the planets here still aligned and the fact that Mercury left late last week and the Sun will leave on Tuesday. This has seen the intense focus drop back, especially from the major alignment between Saturn and Pluto, which was two years in the making. While the Sun, Mercury and Ceres were aligned with them at the time it was more a case of the faster moving planets acting as flies on the wall. The Sun's departure on Tuesday will take the solar spotlight off your career and professional situation, matters and options but the three planets that are here for most if not all of 2020 aren't quite ready to take the wheel. Ceres will stay on for another 10 days after the Sun leaves, with a chance to focus on your professional needs and priorities before the real journey begins.
You have reached a pivotal week and the point in this new professional year where things start to become more concrete. While you began the year with Venus in your career sector until she left last week her focus was on fuelling your professional confidence, updating your professional wish list and steering this new professional year in a lucrative direction. Venus was free to focus on the 'what', knowing that the Sun and Mercury were following in her wake and they would focus on the 'when, where and how'. This is the point you reach this week, with Mercury having returned late last week and the Sun returning on Tuesday. This is the point in any year when the solar spotlight will shift onto your career and professional situation, matters and options. The Moon's return just a few hours before Saturday's New Moon will have a new wave of momentum in effect by the end of the week.
Starting the week with the Moon in your work sector is always an advantage. This is despite the fact that the Moon will leave in the early hours of the week, for like a bell that can't be unrung, beginning the week with an intuitive read on work and job matters is an advantage you will hold onto all week. This would be an advantage in any week, but especially as this is both the Moon's first visit for the year and the first since Mars left in the New Year. This makes this both a chance to check in and to tie up loose ends. However, this is even more of an advantage as this is no ordinary week, but Venus' first full week in your career sector. It was over the weekend that the Moon moved into a friendly aspect to both Venus and Neptune in your career sector and to the North Node, the force behind an eclipsing Full Moon on the income front a week earlier. The week begins with forces across the income, work and career fronts energised.
Even though Mars returned to your work sector in the New Year and it has been easier to move things forward since Eris turned direct in your career sector eight days later, it is not until this week that the pace will really pick up. This is due to a combination of factors, which all come back to the Moon's return to your work sector on Monday. Just returning and having the Moon and Mars come together here for the first time in two years is energising enough, adding fuel to Mars' work passions, fighting and competitive spirit but also acting as a trigger. Another factor is the Moon's friendly aspect to first Chiron in your career sector and then just before leaving on Wednesday to Eris, for the first time since her direct turn. It is the intuitive read this will give you on both job and career matters that will energise things as well. For while the Sun is still two months away from your career sector, Venus is less than three weeks away and is now on your over the horizon radar.
Even though you begin the week with just one less planet in your work sector than you began last week with, there is a lot less intensity. Last week not only began with five of the six planets here aligned but in the heart of an alignment between Saturn and Pluto that had been two years in the making. With Uranus having just turned direct in your career sector over the weekend, last week began under some of the most intense conditions of 2020. While the only change since then was Mercury's departure late last week, with the planets no longer aligned there is space between them and you are now able to see the wood for the trees. Any remaining intensity will drop further when the Sun leaves on Tuesday, leaving Ceres as the only faster planet still here. Until she leaves 10 days later, this will give you a chance to look at your needs and priorities, especially when it comes to job satisfaction and a sense of purpose before the real journey begins.
Until Venus left your work sector early last week things were exciting, there was a lot of job confidence but nothing had taken form. While Venus had returned just before Christmas to fuel your job confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction, knowing that the Sun and Mercury had yet to return she was able to focus on the 'what'. If Venus left you with your job confidence fuelled and a sense of what you want on the job front then her job was done and especially if it felt more like wishful thinking. That was because with Mercury having returned three days later and the Sun returning on Tuesday, Venus knew they were following in her footsteps and would focus on the 'when, where and how'. This week brings a chance to get your head in the game and your feet on the ground, with a New Moon over the weekend a chance to draw a new line in the sand.
With the Sun still a month away from your work sector, Venus' return last week is giving her a head start. Mercury will return before Venus leaves and this is when you will have a chance to get your head in the game and your feet on the ground, but that is not until early next month. Instead, Venus is able to spend the majority of her time alone with dreamy Neptune and drawing closer to their alignment early next week, this will be starting to feel more and more like wishful thinking. However, there is something very real about the job confidence this is creating and also the flow on effect this is having across the income, work and career fronts. It helps that the week begins with the Moon wrapping up its first visit to your income sector for the year and that Venus will move into a friendly aspect to the North Node on Tuesday, the force behind an eclipsing Full Moon on the career front 10 days earlier. This might feel like wishful thinking but this is coming from something real.
Last week it was the Moon's first visit to your career sector for the year that not only fuelled your professional instincts and imagination and brought a chance to check in but left you with a new sense of confidence on the income and job fronts. A week on and the Moon is doing it again, this time as it makes its first visit to your income sector for the year and since Mars' returned 12 days earlier. It is the Moon's friendly aspect to both planets in your work sector before it leaves on Wednesday that will see another surge in income and job confidence, along with some additional information you didn't have access to a week earlier. A week on and with Venus now less than three weeks away from your work sector, her approach is now on your over the horizon radar. With work and job matters still slow to get moving but Mars impatient to get things moving on the income front, this will create a mix of excitement and anticipation on both fronts.
As Uranus moves into his second week in direct motion in your work sector there is unlikely to be any sign of real movement and if anything, you might begin the week feeling unmotivated. As for signs of movement, you wouldn't expect anything yet. On Monday Uranus has only been in direct motion for nine days and with the Moon yet to make its first visit since the lights turned green, there has been nothing to artificially speed things up. I say artificially because Uranus is still at a standstill and it is not until Venus returns in March that the pace will pick up on the job front. This makes a reminder by the Moon over the weekend to pace yourself both redundant and timely, because the pace won't always be this slow. As the Moon's first visit to a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart for the year wraps up this will relieve any pressure but not before delivering a reminder when it comes to knowing when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off.
The Moon's departure from your career sector over the weekend allows you to begin the week with your professional instincts and imagination fuelled from the get go but having had time to let valuable clues, hunches and insights settle. While it will take several more days to process the message behind them and your professional instincts will remain sharp for as long as you continue to use and trust them, there has been time to let things settle. The Moon's first visit for the year is always a valuable chance to check in but this year, having begun the year with Juno, queen of commitment here, this has also been a chance to revisit your professional game plan and resolutions. With Mercury in his first full week in your income sector and the Sun returning on Tuesday, the timing couldn't be better.
Last week began with the Moon having just wrapped up both its first visit to your work sector for the year and the eclipsing Full Moon this had created. A week on and the Moon is once again impacting things professionally, this time in the final hours of its first visit to your career sector for the year. The Moon returned over the weekend, seven days after the lunar eclipse on the job front a week earlier for both its first visit for the year and since Mars' left your career sector in the New Year. While the Moon will leave on Monday, not before allowing you to begin the week with your professional instincts and imagination fuelled and with a better read on forces across the income, work and career fronts. This is thanks to the Moon's friendly aspect to the North Node on the job front over the weekend and to Venus, in her first weekend in your income sector.
The Moon's return to your career sector on Monday was always going to be a valuable chance to check in, with this first visit for the year your first chance to get your bearings. When the Moon left just before Christmas the Sun had just left, Jupiter had left earlier in the month and Mercury was in his final days. As far as the Moon knew, all planetary activity on the career front was about to run its course, which it did. However, while your professional instincts and imagination would have told you otherwise, you ended 2019 with your career sector empty for the first time in 14 months. Yet when the Moon returns for its first visit to your career sector for the year, rather than to find that all planetary activity has run its course it will be to find that is has come back stronger than ever, thanks to Mars' return 17 days earlier. This is the first time that the Moon and Mars have met up here in two years and when they come together on Tuesday this will be a catalyst for everything that has been waiting for the right trigger.