Mercury will not only leave you with a sense that there is a lot of unfinished business but with your mind far from made up on anything. It will be the same when the Sun leaves, not only ending your birthday month but all planetary activity in Aquarius. You should have something locked down by then but instead, there will be a feeling that you can’t quite put your finger on. It will be a combination of not being ready to commit to anything, not being close to deciding what course the coming year will take or just a lot of loose ends. This is because while your birthday month will come to an end on 19th February you haven’t even begun to explore all your options.
It begins with the Moon’s return to your romantic sector from 3rd February to 6th February, for what is the ordinary visit that it makes once every four weeks. Apart from a chance to embrace these romantically charged lunar vibes, this is the point in the year when your heart’s over the horizon radar will be starting to pick up on some stunning developments ahead. While still two months away by that point, as Venus draws closer to her stunning four month visit to your romantic sector, the Moon’s visits are acting as a guidance system, guiding you towards what lies ahead. For now, the only difference will be an increase in romantic confidence and anticipation.
The Moon will not only return to your work sector from 6th February to 8th February but coming full circle from last month’s lunar eclipse could trigger unexpected developments and breakthroughs. Anything triggered by last month’s eclipsing Full Moon continued to play out and as the Moon returns, this will bring everything building since then to fruition or to a head, turning and/or tipping point. Meanwhile, apart from fuelling your professional instincts and imagination, the Moon’s return to your career sector from 14th February to 16th February is a chance to revisit some of Mars’ professional passions, fighting and competitive spirit that you began the year with.
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