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Daily Career Horoscopes - Thursday 24 January
Having the Moon in your work sector as Mercury leaves your career sector today, will make his final hours especially potent. This is a chance to merge Mercury's intellectually savvy edge with the Moon's intuitive edge, merging an objective take on career matters with an intuitive read on work and job matters. This provides some real professional clarity.
As Mercury returns to your career sector today, it is a very different reality than the Sun faced in his first 24 hours here. Pummelled by a total lunar eclipse in his first full day, the Sun is just now regrouping, with any professional pressure or work/life balance tension already turning into motivation. Mercury returns with the intellectually savvy edge needed to get your head in the game and turn that motivation into action.
For Neptune, in your career sector from 2010 to 2026, an opposition from the Moon is something that happens every four weeks and is both the norm and a safeguard to protect your work/life balance. Their first opposition for the year will see your home and professional lives clash, but at a time when even the professional gods are calling for time to hear yourself think.
Barely halfway through the week and already you have experienced major developments across the income, work and career fronts. And they are still unfolding, with Mars and Jupiter drawing towards their first coming together on the job and career fronts since 2007. More importantly, this is tapping into potential that has been developing since then.
Mercury's departure from your work sector today will leave you with the intellectually savvy edge that will allow you to get your head in the game when you need to but brings a chance to stand back. This is your first chance this year to catch your breath and with Venus still 11 days away and major career developments just three weeks away, to regroup.
While the Moon left a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart yesterday and is no longer putting pressure on the Sun as it did during a lunar eclipse in his first full day in your work sector, things take a dramatic turn for the better today. As Mercury returns to your work sector, there is a chance to get your head in the game and look at things a lot more objectively.
The biggest danger, as the Moon opposes Neptune in your work sector today isn't the potential for work tension and job pressure, but how easy this would be to ignore. Neptune is in no hurry and as this is an opposition that plays out every four weeks, there is nothing new to the reminder to pace yourself. You don't need to create challenges where there are none, but you also can't afford to ignore any important wakeup calls.
The Moon's departure from your career sector yesterday has done more than leave you with your professional instincts and imagination fuelled. It was the total lunar eclipse this created earlier in the week that has created implications that have taken on a life of their own, while helping to fuel a new sense of confidence and determination on the income and job fronts.
The Moon's first visit to your career sector for the year is always a valuable chance to check in. While there will be no planetary activity on the career front until the second half of the year, with a lot developing on the income and job fronts over the coming weeks and months, the Moon's intuitive edge brings a valuable chance to get your bearings.
In the lead up to the Moon's return to your career sector tomorrow there was always a need to keep your mind and your options open, especially as you wait for this first visit for the year. Instead, as Mercury joins the Sun in your income sector, today is more about having your money hat on.
With the last planet to leave your work sector leaving in two days' time, there should be a last minute rush to make things happen and to get things done. Yet when that planet is Ceres and when you are sitting on so much untapped professional potential, it is less about having your work hat on and more about a deep dive into your needs in terms of job satisfaction and a sense of purpose.
The Moon's departure from your work sector yesterday may have brought the lunar eclipse earlier in the week to an end, even without forces on the income and career fronts running with what this has triggered, this would still have taken on a life of its own. The real implications won't be known until the Moon comes full circle, next month.