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June is always a month of two halves for you, with the Sun always starting the month in an adventurous part of your chart, but ending the month in your career sector. While the Sun's shift from one to the other on 22nd June is something that happens at the same time every year, it is common to have an overlap between the two, with Venus or Mercury often moving ahead of the Sun. This year Venus is lagging behind, but Mercury's departure from an adventurous part of your chart and return to your career sector on 5th June should be the point when the overlap begins. In reality, the overlap has already begun, when Mars left an adventurous part of your chart just five days before the Sun returned and is already in your career sector. Mars will spend the whole month here and supporting Neptune on the job front, there is a lot of excitement from the get go. It was a Full Moon in your income sector during Mars' early days that triggered an explosion of income, work and career potential. Until the Moon comes full circle from that Full Moon, from 13th June to 15th June, untapped income potential is still running its course. Yet from the get go there is a need to be aware that work/life balance is being policed, even more so than is normally the case. In the lead up to a total solar eclipse in your career sector early next month, the Sun's return on 22nd June and Neptune turning retrograde turn on the job front on the same day, there is a lot of professional excitement and a lot to be excited about. However, Mars will find himself in opposition with Saturn and Pluto on the home front midmonth and this will put a balance between your home and professional lives to the test. If you make this a priority from the get go, you will avoid letting things come to a head.

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