Monthly Career Horoscope - Taurus

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You can be forgiven for feeling that this is anything but your luckiest year for work matters in over a decade, with lucky Jupiter not only in retrograde motion in your work sector but under an extreme amount of pressure. The pressure is coming from a line up of planets in a reflective part of your chart, who are determined to see you pull back and spend time navel gazing. This isn't your normal, garden variety kind of navel gazing, with some major Eureka moments and dreams being born. The reality is, this is exactly what Jupiter needs. In retrograde motion Jupiter needed help to apply the brakes and in retrograde motion, he needs a much slower approach to work matters. You're slowly retracing your steps, making sure no stone has been left unturned and in general making the most of the doors open to the past, second chances and any untapped potential. The Sun and Mercury only left your career sector last month, so this really is a month to pull back. Instead of work tension and job pressure getting in your way it is trying to help you and as soon as you realise nothing is broken and therefore needs fixing the better. The less you fight it and instead relax into it, the sooner you'll enjoy the benefits. It's later next month, when the same planets that are in opposition now return to your income sector and the benefits from holding back will emerge. Mercury only left your career sector days before March began and the Moon just hours later, allowing you to start the month with your head in the game and your professional instincts sharp from the get go. The Moon's return to your work sector from the 13th March to the 16th March will give you an intuitive read on both Jupiter and work matters. By then tensions will be easing back and their message will be easier to read. You'll get a better read on career matters from the 23rd March to the 25th March.
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March 2017