As far as what's possible on the work front, the book has been thrown away and there is a need to start over from scratch. Nothing about last month's developments on the work front, developments that will continue to unfold not just this week but for months to come, can be explained by past experience. Even the fact that you're moving into March with Venus and Mars in your work sector is a game changer and that's just part of the picture. In the final days of February an alignment between Uranus and Eris, one that has been slowly building for the seven years finally came together, with their alignment continuing through to the 19th March. This is the biggest and most important alliance on the work front in eight decades, bringing you to the point where everything until now has lead up to and everything from now will lead on from. Yet Mars' alignment with both created an even rarer triple alignment in the closing days of February, one that has blown your options wide open. Until Mars leaves on the 10th March a busy and even manic pace will continue, but you should find that the work tension and job pressure start to ease back from the 3rd March if it hasn't already. It depends on how quick you have been to see this as a need to work smarter and pace yourself. Pressure drops back just as Venus' retrograde turn on the 4th March will put the brakes on. While Mars will continue to push work matters forward until leaving on the 10th March, it will be hard to maintain a manic pace when Venus is holding the doors open to the past, second chances and untapped potential. By midmonth the challenges will be over but the opportunities will continue to unfold. Mercury's return to your work sector on the 14th March will bring the intellectually savvy edge needed to work smarter, while the Sun will bring more objectivity when he returns on the 20th March. Yet even a New Moon on the 28th March will be yet another milestone, with work and job matters continuing to unfold right through to June and beyond.
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