You have reached a point in the year where while the money gods have played all their cards, with the Moon yet to make his last visit's to your income and financial sectors for the year things are still a work in progress. What you do have though, is the confidence of knowing there are no more wild cards to be played.
With the money gods having invested so much into creating the right kind of momentum and foundation for income opportunities to flourish for months and years to come, you're only now starting to reap the benefits. As Mars spends his first full day in your work sector you have a chance to inflict some serious damage on any remaining glass ceilings standing in your way.
In less than 2 weeks time you'll begin your annual financial update and review, a time when you'll need to keep your eyes open and your head out of the sand. However, for now the reality checks can wait, with a chance to focus more on possibilities, especially when it comes to lining up your income and work objectives for 2014.
When the Moon left your financial sector yesterday he wrapped up his last visit for the year, making it important to hold onto the financial instincts, clues and hunches this left you with, both in terms of taking care of any financial housekeeping now, but also in terms of lining up for next year's financial objectives.
Just a day after Mars left your income sector already the money gods are celebrating, with the Moon's position in your financial sector already revealing that the financial tensions of recent months are over. Yet at the same time you're able to see the reason why the bar had been raised, with a new sense of resolve on both the income and financial fronts.
As Mars, warrior planet of the cosmos spends his first full day in your income sector this really is Day 1 of an epic comeback, with a need to adopt an attitude to match. Not due to leave until July 2014 Mars hasn't returned to win the odd battle here and there but to win the whole war, determined to help you to do whatever it takes for as long as it takes.
As the Moon makes his first visit to your work sector since Mercury left your income sector 4 days ago, this is your first test on how well you've managed to hold onto the smart head for money this has left you with. As you move into the final days of one professional year and start to line up for the next, this is a chance to regroup.
While Mercury is still in his early days in your income sector, considering that he's only here for 19 days there is a sense of urgency required when it comes to working with his smart head for money. The money gods aren't mucking about this year, giving you a clear sense of where the money is and some clear steps to follow.
Despite some recent financial tensions you're likely to be feeling a lot more confident on both the income and financial fronts, aware that where they clashed over recent weeks it was more about alerting you to opportunities on both fronts. With even more income opportunities opening up over the coming weeks, a need for a balanced approach to money matters will only increase.
Having the Moon in your income sector as Mars returned to your career sector yesterday gave you a nose for money at the start of an incredible new professional chapter and while he's since moved on, like a bell that can't be unrung you now know where the money is. Hold onto that nose for money as your professional passions and fighting spirit kick in.
Mars' departure from your financial sector yesterday was always going to leave room for income matters to come out from behind the shadows, but I don't think he expected it to happen so soon. The focus only shifted from money matters as a whole 24 hours ago, but already a nose for money is bringing a surge in confidence on the income front.
As Mars, warrior planet of the cosmos spends his first full day in your financial sector there really is a chance for a fresh start, with this Day 1 of a major comeback. Yet with this is a need to pace yourself and the financial passions and fighting spirit Mars brings into play, for rather than his usual 6 week visit he's here now for the next 8 months.