Some pretty intense energy has been building over the past few weeks, and it comes to a head this Thursday: the solar eclipse in Aquarius arrives. This is the annual new moon in your sign, and the fact that it’s an eclipse this year is a game changer. Any time there is a new moon in someone’s sign, it’s the perfect opportunity to review the year ahead and what you’d like to manifest.
But when a solar eclipse takes place, it’s like taking your plans and putting them on steroids. Furthermore, eclipses can bring about sudden change, which means that your opinions or dreams could turn on a dime. You might change your mind quickly, dumping one idea and replacing it with another, more revolutionary one.
Or, circumstances could start changing around you rapidly, but in a good way. Abundant, lucky Jupiter happens to be in a good angle from your career sector. There could be some good things going on behind the scenes that you aren’t aware of, such as a supervisor quietly considering you for a promotion, or a competitor calling you with a job offer.
But you will have to play nice with bosses and key decision makers, especially on Monday and Tuesday. Don’t think that you can say whatever you darn well please or forge your own path without their permission.
Valentine’s Day gets a boost from the eclipse so get ready for a romantic evening! Singles, your local neighborhood is looking especially sweet for finding a honey, much more so than online dating. A workplace or industry romance is also possible but you’ll need to keep a lid on it. Couples, you don’t have to go the standard route of chocolates and champagne at an overpriced place. Something fun, spontaneous and local could be a lot of fun. Shake things up a little.
You may want to keep your friends out your romantic business on the weekend as a Mars-Neptune square indicates that there could be tension. You’re going to be in an independent mood over the next few weeks when it comes to all of the people in your world, like family members or work colleagues. Keep your private life just that–private.