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Weekly Career Horoscopes (Updates on Monday) - 21 January 2019
The Sun may have left your career sector over the weekend, but apart from taking the solar spotlight off your career situation and matters, nothing has changed. The Sun leaves at this time every year, but has left behind powerful forces that are still evolving. Apart from Mercury, who will leave on Thursday, the other forces will remain here all year and are focused on the journey itself. This makes Mercury's final days a chance to keep your head in the game, the communication lines open and to make choices, decisions and plans. However, with Venus returning early next month, she has yet to have her say or influence and with Mars returning to your income sector next month as well, this means keeping your mind and your options open. In the meantime, the Moon will return to your work sector on Wednesday, with its first visit for the year a chance to get an intuitive read on work and job matters.
Monday is the Sun's first full day in your career sector, with the solar spotlight always shifting onto your career and professional situation, matters and options at this time of year. However, be prepared for a bumpy start, with the Sun confronted by a total lunar eclipse on Monday. This might create some professional pressure or work/life balance tension, as the Moon brings some familiar work/life balance issues to a head. However, unlike the last two years, this is the last major clash between your home and professional lives and is more a reminder of the past. Yet with Mars having just wrapped up a six month visit to your career sector in November and the South Node an 18 month visit just days earlier, this is the push that untapped professional potential needs. The fog of war will clear by midweek, with Mercury's return on Thursday a chance to get your head in the game, ideas on the table and the communication lines open.
This week is dominated by an alignment between Chiron in your career sector and Ceres in your work sector and neither the timing nor the impact could be better. Chiron, in your career sector since 2010 moved into his final month last week and when he leaves in February, he won't return for another 44 years. These are the final weeks of a nearly nine year mission for the planet of healing, to lay old professional ghosts or demons to rest. At the same time, Ceres' departure from your work sector just as you move into the weekend, will end over 15 months of planetary activity on the job front. Like Chiron, Ceres is not focused on the 'when, where and how' and has a deeper mandate, which is to update your needs in terms of job satisfaction and a sense of purpose. These two planets have come together at the perfect time.
Monday's total lunar eclipse in your income sector has the potential to act as a major catalyst, not just here but across the income, work and career fronts. So much so, that this is the point that everything until now has led up to and everything from now will lead on from, with journeys across all three fronts all reaching crucial points at the same time. This is the last in a series of eclipses here over the last two years and is an outlet for all the untapped income potential that has accumulated during that time. Yet it comes just as Venus and Jupiter align in your work sector in the first half of the week and as support from Mars in your career sector is reaching its peak. Across the income, work and career fronts, forces that have been building behind the scenes for years, are all coming together at the same time, with Monday's lunar eclipse the spark you've been waiting for.
The Sun's departure from your work sector on Sunday may have taken the solar spotlight off work and job matters, but it will be clear that little has changed. Work and job matters are still evolving and even after Mercury leaves on Thursday, it won't feel like you have explored all your options. There are major forces that will keep work and job matters turning over all year, but in terms of exploring all your options, I am talking the more immediate focus on getting work and job matters up to speed. That is the job of the Sun, Mercury and Venus and while the Sun and Mercury will both be gone by the weekend, Venus is yet to arrive. With Venus returning to your work sector early next month and Mars returning to your career sector just days later, you are not even close to exploring all your options. Mercury's final days are perfect for working smarter, for talks and for making choices, decisions and plans, but there is a need to keep your mind and your options open.
First impressions might suggest that Monday's lunar eclipse is a case of bad timing, confronting the Sun during his first full day in your work sector. Things have been quieter on the job front since the busy and hectic final months of 2018. There has even been a chance to pull back, catch your breath and recharge your batteries over the holiday period. Now, as soon as the Sun turns the solar spotlight onto your work situation and job matters you are hit with what could potentially be a lot of work tension and job pressure. However, this is more a voice from the past, with one last push to expose any balance issues, especially when it comes to knowing when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off. This is a reminder of last year's frenetic pace, but with nothing to sustain it. By the time Mercury returns on Thursday, with the intellectually savvy edge needed to work smarter, any pressure will be gone but the reminder taken on board.
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. While the Moon will leave on Monday, this works to your advantage, for this is creating a clash with forces on the home front. This is simply the work/life balance reminders that will continue throughout the year. Starting the week with your professional instincts and imagination fuelled and with work/life balance reminders is the perfect mix. This comes just as Ceres and Chiron are spending the first half of the week aligned, bringing income and job forces together in a unique way. While this will create a boost in confidence on both fronts, both planets are focused less on the 'when, where and how' and more on a deeper understanding of your needs and priorities.
Just having the Moon return to your career sector on Monday would have been an advantage, ensuring your professional instincts and imagination are fuelled as some stunning conditions come together on the income and job fronts. Yet the Moon's return is an ordinary event that is set to have extraordinary implications. For just minutes after returning, this will turn into a total lunar eclipse, one with the power to bring things building across the income, work and career fronts to fruition or to a head, turning and/or tipping point. Across all three fronts, developments have literally been building for years, with the right conditions coming together at the right time. Regardless of what this might or might not trigger, this is the point that everything until now has led up to and everything from now will lead on from. An eclipse is a wildcard, with a need to wait until it passes through to even begin to get your bearings. Even then, this could take weeks to fully evolve.
The Moon returns for its first visit to your career sector for the year this week and the timing couldn't be better. Returning on Wednesday, this will give you a chance to check in and with your professional instincts and imagination fuelled, to read between the lines and join the dots across the income, work and career fronts. For the Moon not only returns during Mercury's last full day in your income sector but is the last visit before Juno leaves your work sector and before Mars returns. The Moon acts more like a radio. A radio doesn't create the sounds and instead is a relay from the radio station, amplifying and passing on the message. In this case, the Moon is the conduit for the messages coming from the professional and money gods, delivering valuable clues, hunches and insights across the income, work and career fronts.
A fairly quiet start to this new professional year gains some additional support and insight this week, made all the more important by the timing. There has been no planetary activity in either of your two professional houses since Venus left your career sector in December. But this is normally the case at this time of year, with more than enough momentum, with the Moon's monthly visits enough to keep things on track. The Moon's first visit to your work sector for the year only wrapped up over the weekend, giving you an intuitive read on work and job matters from the get go. It is the Moon's return to your career sector on Friday that will fuel your professional instincts and imagination, while bringing a chance to regroup over the weekend. What makes the timing so auspicious, is the Moon's return during Mercury's first full day in your income sector and during the Sun's first week.
Starting the week with the Moon in your work sector is always an advantage, giving you an intuitive read on work and job matters from the get go. Especially when this is the first visit for the year, the Moon has come full circle from last month's Full Moon and just as Ceres has moved into her final days in your work sector. The Moon will leave your work sector on Monday, but not before giving you one last chance to read between the lines and join the dots across the income, work and career fronts. The Moon will return to your career sector on Sunday, by which time Ceres will be gone and over 15 months of planetary activity will be over. Ceres will leave just as you are moving into the weekend, giving you the whole week to work with the Moon's intuitive edge, as Ceres helps to finalise a sense of professional direction and purpose.
No amount of hyperbole could accurately convey just how game changing or auspicious this week's developments across the income, work and career fronts are. A week that hosts Venus and Jupiter's first alignment in your career sector in over a decade is already making this an auspicious week, with both planets on especially good terms with Mars in your income sector. The game changer is the Moon's return to your work sector on Monday and the total lunar eclipse this will create just minutes later. This literally comes as Venus, Mars and Jupiter are moving into position, with the eclipse falling at the perfect moment to have a ripple effect across the income, work and career fronts. What makes this even more auspicious, is that across all three fronts this is a trigger for developments that have literally been building for years.