The lunation of 20 in your seventh solar house is perfect for your partner who will be in the spotlight. Now it's your turn to be a coach or even better...a supporter! But during this month of September, make sure your partner isn't too overbearing with you. A partnership is all about sharing!
Since this lunation of 20 is taking place in opposition with your birth sun, it's a good time to make a partnership and even to get married if your planetary transits confirm it!
This month you will work a lot and will get tired of it. Before getting started, make sure you have updated your schedule. And if it's still hard for you to organize it, use a reminder! Especially with computers...back up your files.
Your emotional life will be stable but you will enjoy working a lot and deal with your daily life.
Mercury will be in your sixth solar house during this period and you will have strong communication skills, especially at work.
Lately you have been multitasking at work, that's why you may have a few issues with your health. Eat healthy and organic food as much as possible.
Saturn in dissonance will help you take your responsibilities and make some efforts in order to stabilize yourself and reach your goals, but before you make that change you need a break.
During the week of 10, the Sun is in opposition to your decan and everything will irritate you. You doubt yourself, your abilities and other's, and it doesn't make things easy at work. Instead of accusing others...you should question yourself.
In the week of 24 Mercury is in opposition, you realize that the ideas of your partner or co-workers don't match yours. So stay receptive and keep your opinions to yourself.
Idealistic, over sensitive and enigmatic, your zodiac sign is a water sign connected to Neptune, symbol of inspiration, invisibility and faith...
Symbol of faith and religion, Neptune is connected to our ideals and our spiritual consciousness ...
Your zodiac sign is determined at the time of your birth, by the position of the sun in the zodiac.
Dates are changing each year because the position of the Sun is ruled by season and not by calendar dates.