Sept 23 - Oct 22
Libra Weekly horoscope for Feb 26 to Mar 3, 2024
At some point during the Sun's month long visit to your work sector, the Moon will move through a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart, move into opposition and create a Full Moon that can put how well you know when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off to the test. While this is a monthly reminder and an invitation to slow down, as a Full Moon this is more a demand and while this peaked over the weekend, as you move into the new working week this is a reminder to slow down and pace yourself. The timing couldn't be better, for not only are you heading into a major triple alignment between the Sun, Mercury and Saturn in your work sector midweek but just as Venus, Mars and Pluto are fighting to ensure life doesn't become all work and no play as they move through a playful and creative part of your chart. That won't always be the case, with Venus and Mars both returning to your work sector next month and the year only set to become busier.
Love & Romance
While they are separating from their alignments last week Venus, Mars and Pluto are still working as a team as they make the most of their first full week on their own in your romantic sector. Last week saw the Sun and Mercury both leave your romantic sector, but not before leaving you with a sense of direction and having had a chance to give your heart a voice and to put heart and mind on the same page. The Sun and Mercury are all about reality and keeping your feet on the ground while with them gone, this is giving the planets of love, passion and change a chance to go off script and take the restraints off. It has been two years since Mars was last here fuelling your romantic passions and fighting spirit and to be here while Venus is working to make these the most romantically charged weeks of the year is a treat on its own. Yet to both meet up with Pluto, the planet of change and transformation here for the first time in over 200 years is a chance to reboot your love life.
Business & Career
With the Moon still in a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart on Monday after the weekend's Full Moon, the pressure is still on the planets in your work sector and the timing couldn't be better. The Moon will be gone by Tuesday and a week after the Sun's return to your work sector, this annual rite of passage when it comes to putting how well you know when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off to the test will be behind you. What makes the timing significant is that by Wednesday a rare and powerful triple alignment between the Sun, Mercury and Saturn will have formed. With Mars returning next month to begin not just the busiest months of the year but to join up with Saturn here for the first time in three decades, the pace of the year and especially on the job front is set to increase dramatically. To move into any new working week with a reminder to work smarter and to pace yourself is an advantage, but especially this time.
While the Moon will be gone by Tuesday, it begins the week in an intuitive and imaginative part of your chart and the timing couldn't be better. After forming a friendly aspect to Jupiter in your financial sector over the weekend and just as it peaked as a Full Moon, the Moon will begin the week at a friendly aspect to Uranus there. This is something that when the Moon returns every four weeks can fuel your financial confidence and imagination. The difference this time is that not only as a Full Moon is this a lot more potent, but it comes just as on Monday Jupiter moves into his final three months in your financial sector and of 12 month quest for financial growth and expansion. Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion isn't leaving until May, but with he and Uranus now in direct motion, this is the push that can get things moving. Meanwhile, it is later in the week that the Moon will not only return to your income sector on Thursday to sharpen your nose for money and act as a trigger, but just as there are some powerful forces building on the job front.
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