Some of the best work you’ll do over the next 48 hours is behind closed doors! With the Moon in your house of confidentiality and quiet, set aside time to ponder and research things without any interruptions. Monday is a smart time for making decisions.
You might feel a bit tired as the week begins, or perhaps you just want to pull away from people a little. That’s because the Moon is in Capricorn, your twelfth house of seclusion and rest. You can do some of your best work behind closed doors on these days, so don’t feel guilty about telling people you need to be left alone.
Wednesday brings the annual Sun-Neptune conjunction, an important aspect. The Sun’s job is to bring clarity and authority to whatever it touches. On the other hand, Neptune tends to obscure facts and often puts people in a passive state. It’s the classic meeting of fire and water, so which one will win?
It looks like the mighty Sun is going to win this battle, and it takes place in your house of making and saving more money. Aquarius, it’s time to stop kidding yourself about dead end jobs or a business that is going nowhere.
Listen, a lot of people are stuck in situations not of their making due to Covid. Some of you may be in a job or business that’s hurting just for now, but will bounce back later.
Others may be in a situation where, if you’re being honest, you know that things aren’t going to turn around. So Wednesday is your day for being brutally honest about where you’re heading with your career and finances.
It’s important to do this work, because on Saturday the new moon occurs in your house of cash flow. It’s a positive lunation, full of inspiration. If you need to make big changes, and you get started now, by September you could be in a more affluent situation.
The new moon also brings stability to your love life. If you’re single and looking for love, someone new could be out there, especially after the Sun enters Aries on the 20th.
Yes! The weekend is here and the Moon is in your house of socializing with friends. Even if you can’t meet face-to-face, or go partying in a bar somewhere, you can find a Covid-safe way to mingle with them. It’s not so much about being together in the same place; rather, it’s about sharing your thoughts and dreams and good times.