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Weekly General Horoscopes (Updates on Monday) - 30 March 2020
For all of us, life is changing to such a degree that we might be starting to doubt when it will ever return to normal again. Half of us are busier than ever while the other half have time on their hands they don't know what to do with. Whatever camp you fall into, you will find that by midweek you are settled into this new furrow that life has put you in. It is on Monday, with Mars in his final hours in a competitive part of your chart that you could either be frantically busy or frustrated because you can't do what you want to do. Either way, a feeling of being pushed towards something or being blocked will reveal what you want to be doing and this is something you can bank. This is also a week when the lines between isolation and remaining socially connected can finally be drawn. With Mercury in his last full week in a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart, there is a need for time to reflect and to hear yourself think. Yet your birthday month and new solar year is already opening new doors.
If you are going to suffer cabin fever from being on home isolation or to suffer a case of Mondayitis because life is too busy it is more likely to be on Monday. Not because Monday is the day that those of us that don't feel ready to return to work are forced to or those that should be at work can't and all because of Mars. On Monday Mars is in his final hours in an adventurous part of your chart for another two years and is adding enough fuel to his passion for adventure to last you through until his return in 2022. Even if life was back to normal this is not something many of us can drop everything and embrace and Mars knows that, but he wants to leave you willing to embrace life where you can. By Tuesday Mars will not only be in his early hours in your career sector but along with Venus' return to your income sector this coming weekend, will be part of a groundswell of momentum across the income, work and career fronts.
Both Venus and Mars are on the move this week and as they are the planets that rule the heart, our drives, passions and competitive spirit this will create a significant shift in focus. The good news is that they will continue to work as a team, though shifting what that team is focused on. The week begins with Venus in her final days in a nostalgic, reflective but also intuitive and imaginative part of your chart and Mars in his final hours in your financial sector. This has put them at a friendly aspect for nearly four weeks, helping to fuel your financial confidence, instincts and imagination. By Tuesday Mars will be in his early hours in an adventurous part of your chart, where he will play support for Venus when she returns to Gemini over the weekend. The week begins with your heart and drives, financially or otherwise turned inwards but ends with a growing need to embrace life again.
You should start to feel some of the pressure you and/or your relationships have been under really start to ease this week. It began when Saturn left your relationship sector and your opposing sign just over a week ago. Yet with Mars still here and at a time when the lunar nodes are policing a balance between your personal and relationship needs, the real impact from this has yet to be felt. That will change in the early part of the week, with Mars gone by Tuesday. By the time the Moon moves through Cancer midweek, for its four weekly check on the balance between your personal and relationship needs, this should reveal better news this time. In the meantime, Mars is joining Saturn in your financial sector and they will spend the middle days of the week aligned, for the first time here in 26 years. This is a coming together of Saturn's power to move mountains and Mars' drive to take your financial power back.
Whether you are still one of the third of humanity that is now on lockdown, an essential worker who is busier than ever or whatever your reality, the week gets off to a busy and for some a frustrating start. In ordinary times, Mars' final hours in the busiest area of your chart would see you manically busy and for many that will still be the case. However, if you are on home isolation that drive to stay busy will need to find an outlet or you could find yourself pacing like a caged animal. Mars will be gone by Tuesday but regardless of your reality, his final hours here can be utilised. At work, front load your week and get the toughest jobs done first, while at home get stuck into projects or even housework. It is by Tuesday that Mars will not only join Saturn in your relationship sector but spend the middle part of the week aligned. They will both benefit from Venus' return to your friendship sector over the weekend and the serious support this will bring for friendship and relationship building.
Mars and Venus are both on the move this week and to have the planets that rule our drives and heart shift focus does mean that by the end of the week there will be a significant shift. Fortunately, Venus and Mars are staying within the same teams, though there will be a few days when they are on different pages. The team Venus and Mars start the week in is 'team fun', with Mars in his final hours in a playful part of your chart and Venus her final days in an adventurous part. By Tuesday Mars will be with Saturn in your work sector, aligning with this powerful planet here midweek for the first time in 26 years. This is the start of a major push on the job front or into the things you can invest your time and energy into over the coming months. Venus is still in an adventurous part of your chart at this stage but over the weekend she will not only return to your career sector but to begin a four month visit. Fortunately, there are enough planets still in 'team fun' to ensure life doesn't become all work and no play.
Whether you are in lockdown or working through, you will be starting to realise that life goes on and just how easy it will be to adapt to a new reality. Fortunately, there is a lot of variety in your chart this week and also a lot to get excited about. The week begins with Mars in his final hours in your home and family sector and while Jupiter and Pluto will not only spend the rest of the year here but the whole of this week aligned, they are more focused on the experience than on getting things done. If Mars has inspired you to take on DIY projects, try and complete them before Tuesday or expect that the pace might decrease. It is then that Mars will turn his attention onto matters of the heart and all things fun, playful, romantic and creative. This comes just days before Venus will not only return to an adventurous part of your chart over the weekend but to begin a four month visit. Both might require some creative thinking in today's reality.
Venus and Mars both find themselves in the right place at the right time at both ends of the week but will spend the middle part of the week on different pages. The week not only begins with Mars in his final hours in your communication sector but Jupiter and Pluto, the planets that will take over from where he leaves off in the first full day of an eight day alignment here. This is creating a push at the start of the week to get past communication barriers and then support on the other side. With Venus, the planet of love in her final days in your relationship sector, the timing couldn't be better. While Venus is here until the weekend, by Tuesday Mars will have shifted his focus onto home and family matters, where he will spend nearly four weeks. If you are on home isolation this will be the perfect time to tackle those home projects you have never had time for. Mars doesn't like to sit around and likes to be doing something.
There are harmonic areas of the chart that when there is planetary activity in each they work especially well together. An example is planets in your communication and relationship sectors or planets on your income, work and career fronts and this week you are experiencing a living example of this. The Moon not only starts the week in your relationship sector but is here when Mars returns to your communication sector, to begin a mission to push through communication barriers. With Venus beginning a four month visit to your relationship sector over the weekend, this is the start of a harmonic partnership that will continue for months. At the same time, while Mars will be gone from your income sector by Tuesday, he leaves behind the planets of luck and change, who will not only spend the rest of the year here but will spend the whole of this week aligned. This is supporting Venus in her final days in your work sector and the planets following in her footsteps.
The week begins with Mars in his final hours in Capricorn and of a mission to fuel your passions, drives and competitive spirit. This is less about finding something to channel this into before Mars leaves and more about filling your tanks for a new Mars cycle that won't run its course until 2022. Mars is always somewhere but as he cycles through our chart it is where his competitive and warrior spirit is directed that will change. After spending nearly seven weeks inspiring you to begin new quests and projects, by Tuesday Mars will shift his energy onto income matters and for fighting for what you deserve across all the currencies in your life. The timing couldn't be better for it is over the weekend that Venus will return for what should be a 24 day visit to your work sector aimed at fuelling your job confidence, attracting opportunities and steering things in a lucrative direction. Instead, a retrograde turn will keep Venus here for the next four months.
There is a divide happening in your chart that equips you more than any other sign to deal with the massive societal changes happening around the globe. Even without this week's planetary developments, you are ahead of the curb and already know how to remain socially plugged in, often in inventive ways. At the same time, until just over a week ago you have had Saturn in a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart since 2017 and even began the year with six planets here. You have already spent a massive amount of time isolating yourself in order to find time to hear yourself think. You began the month with Saturn, Pluto, Jupiter and Mars here, all winding down their current cycles. Yet just nine days after Saturn left Mars too will be gone by Tuesday, both not only in Aquarius but spending the middle part of the week aligned. You are now straddling the lines between isolation and embracing life and the rest of us will be looking to you for inspiration.
Never has a Mercury retrograde phase turned out to be such a blessing in disguise. A Mercury retrograde phase has a bad rap as it can bring hold ups, delays, put the brakes on things and create mixed messages, misunderstandings and mistakes. Mercury returned to Pisces for what should have been a 14 day visit aimed at helping you to make choices, decisions and plans for your new solar year. Mercury should have been gone by mid February, with your game plan and resolutions for this new solar year banked before your birthday month even began. Instead, a retrograde turn at the end of February means that Mercury is still here and not only did this keep your mind and your options open during your birthday month, since then the world has changed. Mercury is in his last full week in Pisces but won't leave until later next month, making his retrograde turn serendipitous. This allows you to continue to change and update your game plan and resolutions.