The Moon's first visit to your work sector for the year not only coincides with the Sun's final days in your career sector, but just as an alliance between job and career forces is already in play. All the Moon does is give you an intuitive read on what is there and what is there is a huge amount of insight on both fronts.
Even if the Moon wasn't returning to your work sector tomorrow this would still be an important time to keep your mind and your options open. With Jupiter slowing down ahead of a retrograde turn in your work sector and the Sun still three days away from your career sector, you can afford to take a wait and see approach.
An alignment between Mars and Chiron in your career sector is a chance to confront some old demons. While the professional gods are working to fuel your professional passions, dreams and desires, this is a chance to confront any old fears or doubts. If you don't believe something is possible, no wind is a favourable one.
No matter which way you look at it, whether it's the busy year in front of you or potential for conflicts between your home and professional lives over the coming months, the answer is the same. It all comes down to working smarter and that is exactly what you've had a crash course in over the last few months.
While the Sun will leave your work sector later in the week Mercury, who only returned after a short break last week, is here for another three weeks. Considering Mercury will normally move through in 15 days, but has already spent over a month here, this is giving you an extraordinary amount to get your head in the game and around your options.
In the lead up to the Sun's return to your work sector later in the week it is important to listen to your heart and hunches, refusing to over think things. That won't always be the case and over the coming weeks you will get down to the details. It's just that you haven't reached that stage, not yet.
In his last full week in your work sector Mars, warrior planet of the cosmos is pushing through barriers, anything that is standing in the way of fully embracing your work passions, fighting and competitive spirit. This is all about knowing what you're fighting for and refusing to let old excuses or roadblocks stand in the way.
While you can no doubt sense the busy times ahead, until they arrive it is more about getting a sense of direction, but also understanding and appreciating the laws of synchronicity. For when things do start to move on the work front it is likely to be in a serendipitous way, with a need to be ready for when opportunity knocks.
The Moon's first visit to your career sector for the year is also the last before new developments on the job and career fronts over the coming weeks. As developments on both fronts are likely to be subtle, this is a valuable chance to sharpen your professional instincts. With the Sun in his final days in your income sector, this couldn't come with better timing.
Until the Moon returns to your career sector continue to keep your finger on the pulse and ear to the ground, but your mind and your options open. From tomorrow you'll have an intuitive read on the dynamics in play behind the scenes. Until then, if in doubt take a wait and see approach.
Even the professional gods aren't demanding that you keep your work hat on today, especially if there is a danger of over thinking things. Until last week's Full Moon in your work sector runs its course, which can take up to four weeks, you can afford to take a wait and see approach, especially if starting anything new.
When the Moon left your work sector over the weekend and Mercury left your career sector a few days earlier, together they left you with all the insight you needed across the work and career fronts. The Moon's intuitive edge and Mercury's intellectually savvy edge have together provided a fuller picture, across both the job and career fronts.