Nov 22 - Dec 21
Sagittarius Weekly horoscope for May 16 to May 22, 2022
While Monday's eclipsing Full Moon might take the wind out of your sails that is what it intends to do and the timing couldn't be better. This is a supercharged version of the Full Moon that will always fall at some point during the Sun's month long visit to your work sector and is designed to put how well you know when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off to the test. The Moon will be gone by Tuesday but while the Sun will leave your work sector over the weekend, the busiest months of the year are still in front of you. What makes knowing when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off so important is that it comes just as Jupiter is spending his first full week in a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart. While the faster planets will come and go, apart from a short break Jupiter is here for the next 12 months. Life can no longer be all work and no play.
Love & Romance
While the Moon's return to Sagittarius on Monday was always going to be a valuable chance to check in, this also comes at an important time on both the romantic and relationship fronts. Returning a day after the dwarf planet Ceres left your relationship sector, the Moon will clash with Mercury there as it moves through, something that will put a balance between your personal and relationship needs to the test. However, Ceres has just spent 10 months updating your relationship needs and priorities while as the planet of communication and in his first full week in retrograde motion, Mercury will use this as a chance to give your relationships, the past and unsaid words a voice. Meanwhile, the Moon will also form a friendly aspect to Venus and Jupiter as it moves through, just as the planets of love and luck are spending their first full week together in your romantic sector in over a decade.
Business & Career
Despite the challenging start to the week on the job front, things will not only improve but will benefit from the roadblock Monday's eclipsing Full Moon might seem to present. This is a supercharged version of the Full Moon that will always fall at some point during the Sun's month long visit to your work sector, putting how well you know when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off to the test. Coming just as you move into the new working week there will be resistance from an eclipsing Full Moon that seems determined to keep your work hat off. However, with the Sun just five days away from leaving this can kill any urgency and with perfect timing, for with both Venus and Mercury returning next week this is just the first phase, with the busiest months of the year still in front of you. Meanwhile, the Moon's return to your income sector midweek will put it back in harmony with the Sun, just as things are already coming together on the income and job fronts.
The dynamics of this financial year are changing but in a way that is subtle and will grow on you, rather than the sudden shifts that can sometimes catch you off guard. Until now all the planetary activity has been on the income side of the financial fence and while planetary activity in your income sector will continue, with Pluto now in retrograde motion in your income sector it has become more about the journey. While the focus won't suddenly shift to the other side of the fence, the dwarf planet Ceres' return to your financial sector over the weekend is putting the first sustained focus on your financial situation and money matters this year. Apart from the Moon's monthly visits, there has been no planetary activity in your financial sector, where the focus is more on what you do with and how you manage the money you have since the Sun left last July. Because Ceres is less focused on the money and more on your financial needs and priorities, this is more a chance to better balance both sides of the financial fence.
Until the Sun leaves your health sector on Saturday the solar spotlight will remain on your health needs, matters and situation though this might be a roller coaster ride. The week not only begins with the Moon in a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart but clashed with the Sun to create an eclipsing Full Moon. This is a supercharged version of the Full Moon that at some point during the Sun's month long visit will put a balance between knowing when to rest and when to push yourself to the test. As a total lunar eclipse, this will be harder to ignore. However, by Thursday the Sun and Moon will be back in harmony, using any wakeup calls to set new resolutions during the Sun's final days in your health sector.
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