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Horoscope for Aquarius

There are definitely some mixed messages this month, but only if you think you have to pick which one to listen to and follow. For as Mars spends his first full month in your work sector in nearly two years, this has the potential to be the busiest month of the year. However, with a total solar eclipse here early next month, this is just a stepping stone to potentially major new developments next month. Yet as the Sun always spends the first three weeks of June in a playful part of your chart, finding a balance between work and play could be a problem or at least a challenge. In reality, this is likely to be your saving grace. There is a lot of excitement on the professional front this month. You not only have Mars in your work sector all month, but Mercury here from 5th June to 27th June and the Sun from 22nd June, the ramifications from a professionally charged Full Moon late last month are having exciting implications across the income, work and career fronts. There is no doubt that this is an exciting month professionally, but there is a catch. Mars and Mercury will find themselves in opposition with Saturn and Pluto, in retrograde motion in a more nostalgic and reflective part of your chart midmonth. This could create some work tension and job pressure, especially if you don't know when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off. Mars will want to push on regardless, but this is a case of an unstoppable force coming up against an immovable object. Saturn and Pluto won't take no for an answer and will demand that you pace yourself. Yet from the get go there is a solution, with Mars' busy work pace and the playful solar vibes the key to finding a balance between work and play from the get go. If you are open to taking your work hat off when you get the chance, this can't turn into a problem.

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