You’re processing things differently this week. On February 1, the sun in your spiritual twelfth house will square Mars in your busy third house. This may leave you feeling overwhelmed by the constant influx of emails, pings, and reminders. Make sure you carve out space for quiet meditation, as too much information may leave you overwhelmed.
You may be looking at things differently than a colleague or a client around February 4. The moon in your expansive ninth house will oppose Mars and Uranus in your analytical third house—which means that while you’re speaking one language, they’re most likely speaking another. Instead of getting too hung up on your perspective, try creating a dialogue in which both viewpoints can come together. As the moon trines Neptune in Pisces, you’ll be coming from an empathetic and compassionate place, making your colleague more apt to work with you.
A majorly introspective moment will take place on February 6, when the Venus-Saturn conjunction lands in your twelfth house of the subconscious. You may be clinging on to the past as this conjunction reveals that it’s time to begin letting go. Expect surprising news to shock you as Venus squares Uranus.
The week begins with the moon in your harmonious seventh house as it forms a trine with the sun in your community sector, paving the way for some powerful teamwork. However, as the sun squares off with Mars in your second house of finances, you may be forced to choose between hoarding your resources or sharing for the benefit of the entire team. Calm your impulses and make a wise decision, because the moon will form a trine with the North Node in your communication sector, guiding you toward a rational answer.
A money situation may surprise you by February 4. The moon in your eighth house of debts will oppose Uranus in your financial sector, which could lead to unexpected windfalls or unpredictable investments. You may be adapting to a new budget, so practice caution instead of overzealously spending.
You have the power to form an organization that lasts by the sixth. Venus and Saturn will join forces in your social eleventh house, encouraging you to build something with a group of people. However, as Venus squares off with Uranus, you may be realizing that cooperating comes with a sacrifice. Are you willing to take that chance?
You have a lot of productive energy supporting you as the week begins. The moon in your proactive sixth house will trine the sun in your career sector, pushing you to take practical action toward your goals. However, your career may be demanding something from you that feels conflicting to your desires when the sun squares Mars in your first house of the self. This may be an indicator that it’s time to embark on a new path. As Venus enters your career sector on February 1, you may be pulled down toward a goal that suits you more authentically.
However, a disagreement with a colleague could leave you pulling out your hair by February 4. The moon in your seventh house of partnerships will oppose Mars, which may make it difficult to see eye-to-eye. The moon forms a trine with Neptune in your community sector, so inviting an impartial third party to oversee the situation may help you all come to an agreement.
There’s a lot of pressure on your career by February 6. The Venus-Saturn conjunction in your tenth house of reputation makes it clear that it’s time to make responsible decisions going forward. However, as Venus squares off with Uranus, your resistance to following the rules will probably complicate things.
The desire to blast through barriers and accumulate new experiences may leave you feeling drained as the week begins. On February 1, the sun in your expansive ninth house will square off with Mars in your quiet twelfth house, leading to more exhaustion than usual. Make sure you’re listening to your intuition and taking things slow just as much as you’re following your heart on this next journey.
Remember: You are worth so much more than your productivity. On February 4, the moon will encourage you to cross off items on your to-do list in your proactive sixth house. But as it opposes Uranus in your spirituality sector, your inner compass may encourage you to do something else with your time. Staying open-minded and having flexibility in your routine will help, especially on February 5, when the moon squares off with Mercury retrograde in your ninth house of perspective—leading to confusion.
You’re reaching an introspective moment by February 6, when the Venus-Saturn conjunction lands in your ninth house of adventure. You may feel constricted, as though you can’t move as freely. This forces you to take a more measured approach whatever path you take next. Spend time rethinking the philosophies you’re living by.
Energy from your past may be holding you back from committing to a new endeavor. On February 1, the sun in your eighth house of investments will square Mars in your hopeful eleventh house, which may make it difficult to move forward when you’re still being weighed down by debts and unfinished business. Work on letting go of this energy by the second, when the moon forms a trine with the North Node in your twelfth house of endings. This provides you with forgiveness.
You’re receiving a creative boost by February 4. The moon will transit your fifth house of self-expression, encouraging a more colorful and artistic perspective of your career pursuits. However, there will likely be a push and pull between your desire to champion your own ideas and the need to do what’s good for the gander. The moon will oppose Mars in your eleventh house of community, which may indicate opposition from your team.
All of this is building up to the Venus-Saturn conjunction on February 6. Landing in your committed eighth house, it will encourage you to rethink your joint investments and what you should commit to at this time. When Venus squares Uranus, it might reveal whether these commitments are being mutually honored.
As the week begins, competitive energy will either motivate or deplete you. On February 1, the sun in your seventh house of colleagues will square Mars in your ambitious tenth house; you may be comparing yourself to others in your field. Instead of allowing someone else’s work to be your barometer, try competing against your past self.
Surprises at work may throw you for a loop by February 4. The moon will transit your private fourth house as it opposes Uranus in your tenth house of career. This creates discord between your ability to manage your home life and keep up with your ever-changing goals. It’s a beautiful time to find balance, as both aspects of your life support one another. Things may be up in the air now, but this uncertainty will lead to innovative ideas.
By the sixth, there may be a lot of pressure on a work-related partnership. The Venus-Saturn conjunction will land in your seventh house of enemies and friends, evoking a make-it-or-break-it kind of moment. Can you work through your differences? Venus will also square Uranus, proving that you can’t control others. But you can control how you react to them.
You may feel somewhat distracted as the week begins. On February 1, the sun in your sixth house of work will square off with Mars in your spontaneous ninth house, stimulating your desire to veer off-course and go against the path you’ve set for yourself. Find meaning in these distractions rather than letting them take you completely off task. On February 2, the moon in your second house of finances will form a trine with the North Node in your career sector, encouraging measured decision-making that will lead you to success.
Pay attention to minute details and consider the full picture by February 4. The moon in your overly analytical third house will oppose Uranus and Mars in your expansive ninth house, which may cause you to forget something important as you overlook a situation. Double-check all the facts, but don’t forget to ponder the sum of their parts.
You may feel as though there’s pressure on your workflow around February 6. The Venus-Saturn conjunction will land in your sixth house of productivity, increasing your desire to have a well-functioning routine. But as Venus squares off with Uranus, it may feel as though everything is getting in the way of the rules you want to follow. Rethink your priorities.
You’re reconnecting with your creative juices as the week begins. However, on February 1, the sun in your colorful fifth house will square off Mars in your eighth house of investments, which could rev the engine of your artistic motivation or induce you with fear of self-expression. Use this conflicted energy to fight for your creativity. On February 2, the Libra moon will form a trine with the North Node in your expansive ninth house, encouraging you to take a risk.
The middle of the week may be an uneasy time for you financially—even though the moon will be in the second house of money. Take care not to overspend or overindulge as the moon squares Venus in your fifth house of pleasure on February 3. By the fourth, the moon will oppose Uranus in your eighth house of debts, which can make you feel as though money is rapidly coming or going. This will reveal how sturdy your investments are.
By February 6, it will be time to reconsider the way you honor your creative side. Every profession requires a decent amount of artistic output, and as the Venus-Saturn conjunction lands in your expressive fifth house, ask yourself how you’re holding yourself back. How you can work through these blockages?
Establishing balance with a colleague, superior, or client is vital this week. On February 1, the sun in your emotional fourth house will square off with Mars in your seventh house of partnerships. This may lead to the overstepping of boundaries. Make sure a professional level of etiquette and respect is engendered toward the situation and try not to take things personally.
It will be harder to agree with someone you work with on February 4. This is when the moon in your first house of the self will oppose Mars and Uranus in your seventh house of colleagues, which means that you might want to take things in a completely different direction than what your partner desires. This can stimulate further ideas as you find a middle ground. However, it can also ruin the trust you’ve built. Remember: Pride is important, but it doesn’t always get the job done.
Your personal life may overshadow your career by February 6. As Venus and Saturn form a conjunction in your private fourth house, it’s a better time to focus on reworking your inner world rather than pouring all your energy out into your public life. As changes in your personal life ensue, while Venus squares Uranus, give yourself time to process them and rest.
The beginning of the week may feel busier than usual. On February 1, the sun in your third house of schedules will square off with Mars in your productive sixth house. This could tap into your desire to get a lot done in a short amount of time, but make sure you reserve some of that time to take care of your mind, body, and health.
By the fourth, however, your gears may begin to slow down. The moon in your twelfth house of spirituality will oppose Mars and Uranus in your practical sixth house, which may leave you warring between your desire to space out and your need to get things done. This is a better period for rejuvenation and rest, as the moon will trine Neptune in your comfortable fourth house. Remember: Well-deserved rest is not a waste of time.
You’ll get an energetic boost from February 5 to February 6, when the Sagittarius moon forms a sextile with Saturn and Jupiter. It supports you as you work. However, it may feel difficult to generate new ideas as the Venus-Saturn conjunction inhibits your mental third house. As Venus squares Uranus, disorganization may ensue—so don’t think you’re dumb just because you’re not thinking straight. Your scrambled-eggs brain is simply handling more information than usual.
Motivating energy is supporting you as the week begins. On February 1, the moon in your tenth house of career will form a trine with the sun in your second house of finances, paving the way for hard work to turn into a lucrative payday. However, be careful with how you spend all that hard-earned money, because the sun will also square Mars in your indulgent fifth house. You could let loose or you could focus on delayed gratification and save that money for something better.
You’re tapping into your leadership abilities by February 4, as the moon moves through your eleventh house of community and teamwork. However, the moon will also oppose Mars and Uranus in your passionate fifth house, which may give you a taste of power and test your ability to wield it fairly. Will you be a benevolent leader or will you let it get to your head?
It will be time to come back down to earth by February 7, when the Venus-Saturn conjunction takes place in your second house of finances. This is when your budget may tighten up, shining a light on your spending habits. As Venus squares Uranus, your money flow will likely feel unpredictable, so practice frugality whenever you can.
Conflicts in your personal space may be taking up your attention as the week begins. The sun in Aquarius will square off with Mars in your fourth house of home and family, bringing hidden tensions to the surface and potentially causing discomfort. If you work from home, you may feel frustrated with the cramped, disorganized way that makes you feel. Set aside some time to clean and nurture your space.
The moon will be in your career sector by February 3, pushing you to go for the goal. However, by February 4, the moon will oppose Uranus and Mars in your private fourth house. What’s that mean? Drama at home may pull you away from your work. Sometimes, life is out of our control and all you can do is go with the flow.
The Venus-Saturn conjunction on February 6 will take place in Aquarius, centering its disciplinary influence on your identity and self-expression. You may be doing a lot of thinking about who you at this time. As Venus squares Uranus, you may find yourself breaking free from where you’ve come from and making your own decisions. You don’t have to live up to expectations that others have set for you. It’s time to forge your own path.