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Weekly Career Horoscopes (Updates on Monday) - 18 June 2018
With Uranus now well established in your income sector, Saturn and Pluto firmly in place on the career front and the Sun still two months away from your work sector, it should be business as usual this week. Even the Moon's return to your work sector on Monday should be nothing more than a chance to get an intuitive read on work and job matters and hopefully some valuable clues, hunches and insights. Yet by the time the Moon leaves on Thursday, there is a chance that you could be reassessing your options, as a new sense of anticipation takes hold. For it is just a week after the Moon leaves that new doors will open on the job front next week, nearly two months earlier in the year than you would normally expect. Even then, it is what the Moon is linking into on the income and career fronts that can't help but send shockwaves of excitement out across the income, work and career fronts.
As Mars spends his last full week in direct motion in your career sector he is experiencing some mixed blessings, which brings nothing but good news. Mars will be slowing right down as he moves into his final week in direct motion on Wednesday and with the Sun in his last full day in your income sector by then, there should be plenty of confidence. The Moon's return to your work sector on Thursday and during the Sun's final hours in your income sector will help fuel a sense of confidence across the income, work and career fronts. Yet Thursday is also the same day that Venus moves into opposition, creating the potential for some professional pressure or work/life balance tension. An opposition between Venus on the home front and Mars on the career front is rare, having last brought your home and professional lives into conflict in 1971. Yet with Mars slowing down, even he can see the benefit of having the right work/life balance.
The brakes come on your professional year this week, but for all the right reasons. It is on Tuesday, just a day before Jupiter is due to move into his final three weeks in retrograde motion in your work sector, that Neptune turns retrograde in your career sector. As the only two planets in your two professional houses, this not only puts both in retrograde motion, but is slowing things right down. Neptune has had to come to a standstill in order to make his U turn, while Jupiter is slowing down ahead of his U turn, early next month. From Neptune's retrograde turn on Tuesday and Jupiter's direct turn next month, there is a 22 day period where they hold the doors open to the past, second chances and untapped job and professional potential at the same time. This does bring a need to pull back, knowing that things will start moving on the job front next month.
Right now, while there is planetary activity in both your work and career sectors, both are populated by minor planets. Yet the mother duck for the minor planets in play across the income, work and career fronts is Venus, with the planet of money spending her first full week in your income sector. While the forces in play on the job and career fronts aren't charged with reinventing the wheel and are more focused on keeping the wheels turning, Venus is able to use them to her advantage. Venus' focus is on the money and in order to guide you into what will be the most lucrative months of the year, she knows the benefit of pooling resources from across the income, work and career fronts. There is a chance that there could be some financial tension this week, but this army of forces in play across the income, work and career fronts will soon turn this into motivation and into a rallying cry.
After months, the forces in play on the job and career fronts are now locked in position, where they are playing a long game. With Saturn and Pluto both in retrograde motion in your work sector and Uranus now firmly established in your career sector, this creates a stable foundation. On neither front is there any urgency and while you have some powerful resources to draw on, across the job and career fronts you're running a marathon and not a sprint. Yet it is into that, that the Moon is able to draw on and observe as it scouts things out on the income front this week. With new developments on the income front next week, the Moon's return to your income sector on Monday is a chance to sharpen your nose for money. This is also a chance to get your ducks in a row across the income, work and career fronts.
After both a New Moon in your career sector and Mercury's departure last week, the Sun is now focused on tying up loose ends. This should be the end of all planetary activity in both your professional houses for the year and while that is still the case on the career front, with Mars in your work sector this is more about gaining a clear sense of professional direction. Until leaving your career sector on Thursday, the Sun will keep the solar spotlight on your career and professional situation, matters and options, knowing that with Mars in your work sector you have the support to keep the wheels turning. However, with Mars turning retrograde next week, the rush mentality is fast evaporating. So much so that there might be some work tension and job pressure if you spend too much time in the fast lane.
While support between income, work and career forces remains just as strong, they are diversifying. On Tuesday, Neptune's retrograde turn in your work sector will turn the focus of work and job matters onto the rear view mirror, with a chance over the next five months to retrace your steps. This is also a chance for career matters to take the lead, with their focus still firmly on the future. Yet whether it is the new developments opening up on the career front or the doors opening to untapped job potential, as he moves into his final three weeks in retrograde motion in your income sector on Wednesday, Jupiter will be looking to benefit from both. By the time the Sun returns to your career sector on Thursday Mercury will have been here for eight days, giving you time to get your head in the game and around your options. Yet with a solar eclipse next month, there is also a need to keep your mind and your options open.
Starting the week with the Moon in your career sector is always an advantage, ensuring your professional instincts and imagination are fuelled from the get go. Even more so with Venus spending her first full week here, ready to get career matters that have been on idle moving. Yet it was the Moon's opposition with Mars over the weekend that has also exposed any work/life balance issues, something there is a need to pay attention to. It will take until September for what Venus is giving momentum to this week to run its course and with a solar eclipse ahead, there is nothing to be gained by rushing in. Starting the week with your professional instincts and imagination fuelled will make it easier to know when to keep your professional hat on and when to take it off. Mars is on a mission to police a balance between your home and professional lives.
There is a lot of focus on the Moon's return to your career sector on Monday, an ordinary event that is set to have extraordinary consequences. Ordinary because the Moon returns every four weeks, fuelling your professional instincts and imagination and after a few days leaving you with some valuable clues, hunches and insights. During that time the Moon will move into a positive aspect with Uranus on the job front and Saturn and Pluto on the income front. Yet by the time the Moon leaves on Thursday there is likely to be a ripple of excitement and anticipation across the income, work and career fronts and that's what makes this visit extraordinary. What the Moon is picking up on is new developments on the career front next week, nearly two months before the Sun is due to return.
When the Sun leaves your work sector on Thursday this will not only wrap up all planetary activity here for the year, but until Venus returns to your career sector in early August, in both your professional houses. This makes the timing of the Moon's return to your career sector on Thursday and in the Sun's final hours especially auspicious. While the Moon is only here for a few days and will leave over the weekend, it is that handshake between the Sun and Moon that allows work and job matters to bow out and career matters to take the reins. Until the Sun leaves the focus is more on observing than taking action. Thanks to Mercury's departure and a New Moon last week you've got the momentum and the intellectually savvy edge to take the steps you need to take, without over thinking things. Work and job matters won't drop off just because the Sun moves on, with the clarity the most important factor.
When Jupiter turns direct in your career sector next month the whole professional tide will turn and with a solar eclipse in your work sector just two days later, when the tide turns it will turn on the job and career fronts. This makes Mercury's first, last and only full week in your work sector and the Sun's return on Thursday, more a chance to start getting your ducks in a row. With Neptune turning retrograde in your income sector on Tuesday, he will support both Jupiter's final weeks in retrograde motion and the new doors the Sun and Mercury are opening. Across the income, work and career fronts forces are moving things into position ahead of next month's developments, making it important to keep your head in the game, but with your mind and your options open. Until then you're able to keep one eye on the road ahead and another on the rear view mirror.
Starting the week with the Moon in your work sector is always an advantage, giving you an intuitive edge from the get go. Even more so when this is Venus' first full week, with work and job matters that had been ticking over now able to gain some momentum. When Venus left last September she left the North Node and Ceres behind to keep her seat warm and the wheels turning and when she returned last week, it was to find that they were both doing just that. This allows Venus to get a running start, though you will find your wings are clipped if you try and push things. So much so that any work tension and job pressure needs to be seen as a sign to slow down. For while Venus has returned to get things moving on the job front, with a solar eclipse ahead and the Sun and Mercury still to arrive, this is still early days.