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Weekly General Horoscopes (Updates on Monday) - 06 July 2020
As you move into the new week Mars has just completed his first week in Aries and you are starting to get a feel for having the warrior planet of the cosmos and your ruling planet back home. It won't be until the Moon returns to Aries and aligns with Mars over the weekend that you will have a proper read on his passions, drive, warrior and competitive spirit and where they are drawing you but already it is becoming clear that this is an opportunity to push the 'reset' button and not just personally. Mars returned in the final days of June and as he won't leave until January, this has allowed you to move into the second half of the year ready to take your power back. It was the weekend's eclipsing Full Moon in your career sector, just days after Saturn's return that has also brought a chance to push the 'reset' button on your professional year or on your personal and professional goals and ambitions in general. This even includes a chance to push the 'reset' button on your bucket list.
Moving into the second half of the year is usually more a symbolic line in the sand. Yet as you move into the first full week of the rest of the year this is far from symbolic. While the Moon's return to your career sector on Monday will be a valuable chance to regroup and check in, after Saturn's departure last week it is clear that the heavy demands of the first half of this professional year are behind you. It is while the Moon moves through that it will form a friendly aspect to Juno in your work sector but also to Venus, just as the planet of money prepares to move into her final month in your income sector on Wednesday. While Saturn has set you homework, his departure from your career sector has taken away his heavy demands and focus on the past, while the Moon draws your attention to the planets on the income and job fronts that will take it from here. In the meantime, the weekend's eclipsing Full Moon in a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart has drawn your attention to the doors open to the past and second chances.
Starting the week with the Moon in your financial sector is putting the focus on money matters from the get go. However, any financial tension or intensity after the weekend's eclipsing Full Moon here will be dropping back, as the pressure on the Sun in your income sector recedes. Before leaving on Monday the Moon will not only align with Saturn, for the first time since his return to your financial sector last week but with Jupiter and Pluto. With all three in retrograde motion, the early hours of the first week of the second half of this financial year come with a chance to push the 'reset' button. By the time the Moon returns to your career sector midweek a friendly aspect to the Sun will draw the focus more to the income side of the financial fence. However, as it does, with both planets here in retrograde motion and Mercury in retrograde motion in your income sector until Sunday, this will also draw your attention to the doors open to the past, second chances and untapped professional and income potential.
There could be some personal and/or relationship tension or just a sense of tension at the start of the week but this will soon dissipate and prove to be a blessing in disguise. The week not only begins with the Moon in your relationship sector but with the weekend's eclipsing Full Moon here still running its course. It was the Moon's clash with the Sun in Cancer that created the Full Moon that will always fall at some point during your birthday month, with a chance to play devil's advocate as you move into your new solar year. With Saturn in his first full week back in your relationship sector and as he will demand that you put more focus on your relationships, this has been a chance to first expose any balance issues between your personal and relationship needs. The Moon will bring a similar balance reminder when it returns to an adventurous part of your chart midweek, just as you have moved into the busiest half of this professional year.
Saturn's first full week back in your work sector was always going to put a lot more weight on work and job matters this week. However, you not only begin the week with the Moon here but wrapping up the weekend's eclipsing Full Moon. Before leaving on Monday, the Moon will not only align with Saturn but also with Jupiter and Pluto, giving you a better read on how this has changed the dynamics. With all three in retrograde motion, moving into the second half of this professional year, this is a chance to push the 'reset' button. Meanwhile, the Moon's return to your relationship sector on Monday will be a chance to check in for the first time since Saturn left last week, wrapping up his own three and a half month visit and seven months of planetary activity. With the Moon returning next month as a Full Moon, this is a chance to listen to check in and with Saturn gone get a read on what homework he has left you with.
To begin with, the impact of Mars' return to your financial sector has been overshadowed and will continue to be overshadowed by other events. However, with the Moon returning over the weekend Mars is not only happy to wait but is preferring that you don't overthink things. A lot of the focus this week is coming from the Moon and although it races through the heavens and constantly shifts its focus, it is moving through an important part of the heavens at an important time. The week begins with the Moon still in a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart after the weekend's eclipsing Full Moon while giving you a read on the impact from Saturn's return last week. It is once the Moon leaves and returns to your work sector that it will do the same there, this time giving you a read on the impact from Saturn's absence after he left last week. This includes an intuitive read across the income, work and career fronts.
The work/life balance tension the weekend's eclipsing Full Moon may have created will already be easing as you move into both the new week and the first full week of the second half of the year. However, while this is a Full Moon that will always fall at some point during the Sun's month long visit to your career sector and the Moon's draw towards home and family matters will expose any work/life balance issues, this is both timely and welcome. That includes by the professional gods themselves, for with Neptune turning retrograde in your work sector on Tuesday and Mercury not turning direct in your career sector until Sunday, there is a general call to pull back. You will get a better read on job and career matters when the Moon moves through your work sector from Thursday to Saturday. It is then that the Moon will shift its focus onto your relationships and the impact from Mars' return to your relationship sector.
While a balance between work and play has become more important than ever, the planets themselves are making this relatively easy to achieve. It was in the final days of June that Mars returned for what should be a six week visit to your work sector, kicking off what can be the busiest weeks of any year. However, Mars is not only here for the rest of the year new doors are just weeks away from opening on the career front. Things are just starting to warm up to what, by the end of the month, will be an explosion of potential across the income, work and career fronts. Because Mars is in your busy work sector for the rest of the year, even he knows that a balance between work and play is key to maintaining your productivity and creativity. It is Ceres' retrograde turn in a playful part of your chart on Tuesday and the Moon's return two days later that will make it clear that a balance is not only achievable but the stars are already working towards this.
As the weekend's eclipsing Full Moon was a clash between the Moon in your income and the Sun in your financial sector there could be some financial tension at the start of the week. However, even before the Moon leaves on Monday any financial tension should be dialling back, as it is clear that not only are both sides of the financial fence equally empowered they have no beef with each other. Before leaving your income sector on Monday the Moon will not only align with Saturn, just days after his return but with Jupiter and Pluto as well. With all three in retrograde motion, this will give you a read on the changed dynamics and the doors open to the past, second chances and untapped income potential. With Mercury also in retrograde motion in your financial sector until Sunday, this includes on both sides of the financial fence. Meanwhile, it is the middle part of the week that is especially good for personal and professional networking, friendship and relationship building.
Starting the week with the Moon in Capricorn is doing more than give you an intuitive edge from the get go. Before leaving on Monday and wrapping up the weekend's eclipsing Full Moon, the Moon will not only align with Saturn for the first time since his return to Capricorn last week but with Jupiter and Pluto, the planets of luck and chance. Saturn left in March but has returned to finish what he began back in 2017 and also help you revisit those things you never got around to starting. This is the Full Moon that will always fall at the halfway point in each solar year and is always a chance to push the 'reset' button. Even more so with Saturn's return and just as you move into the first full week of the second half of the year. Meanwhile, the Moon's return to your income sector after leaving Capricorn on Monday will give you a chance to regroup after Saturn left last week and that includes across the income, work and career fronts.
The Moon's return to Aquarius on Monday is always an important point in any month, with a chance to check in. However, just days after Saturn left and as this is the Moon's last visit before returning as a Full Moon next month, this couldn't be more important. By the time the Moon returns on Monday Saturn has only been gone for four days, not only ending his own three and a half month visit but seven months of planetary activity. Before leaving on Thursday the Moon will offer a chance to check in, to reflect on the year so far but also get a feel for no longer having the hard taskmaster of the cosmos on board. This is a chance to move into the second half of the year feeling lighter and less pressured, especially as the Moon will make a friendly aspect to Venus in a playful part of your chart and Juno in an adventurous part. If you have been too focused on life's more serious aspects this is a chance to make up for lost time.
The Moon's return to Pisces each month is always an important point of any month and a valuable chance to check in. However, this time the timing couldn't be better, returning just 11 days after Mars left and two days after the dwarf planet Ceres turns retrograde here on Tuesday. This is also the Moon's first visit since dreamy Neptune, your ruling planet turned retrograde, with a chance to connect with both as it moves through. This will pick up on the absence of Mars' energy and call for action, as well as a dreamy sense of nostalgia that has taken hold, creating a higher level of relaxation. The Moon returns two weeks before the Sun is not only due to return to your work sector but kick off some of the best months of the year across the income, work and career fronts. With the second half of the year likely to be the busiest, as the Moon moves through Pisces this is a reminder to embrace this quieter stretch of the road while you can.