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Aries Forecast for 2023: Work & Business
Change is in the air but also the potential to reach a peak that you may have been striving to reach for years now. After returning to your career sector in 2008 Pluto, the planet of change and revolution is on the move and while he won't completely leave your career sector until November 2024, he begins to transition out when he leaves on 24th March. Until then, there is more than enough support to not only get this new professional year up to speed but Pluto's final months and the final laps of a journey that began over 14 years ago. Because the Sun will always spend the last 10 days and the first three weeks of every year in your career sector, you will always start the year with the solar spotlight on your career and professional situation, matters and options. You also begin the year with not only Pluto but Mercury and Venus here, putting heart and mind on the same page from the start.
With Venus not only leaving on 3rd January but then not returning until 2024, this also makes it important to put your heart and what it is telling you first, even if that means starting the year with a wish list rather than a list of New Year's resolutions. With Mercury in retrograde motion until 19th January and then not leaving until 11th February, you have plenty of time to turn that wish list into a game plan and resolutions and especially with Pluto calling for change before he leaves. With the Sun leaving on 20th January, Mercury will stay on to help you work with Pluto to explore your options. It is Pluto's departure on 24th March that will leave your career sector empty for the first time in over 14 years and with it a chance to let things settle and play out before he retrogrades back on 11th June.
Meanwhile, while there is no major planetary activity on the job front to keep things active all year, things will kick off earlier than expected when for the first time in two years Mars returns to your work sector on 11th July. With the Sun not returning until 23rd August, the point in every year when the solar spotlight shifts onto your work situation, job matters and options, this gives the warrior planet of the cosmos plenty of time to fire things up and until leaving on 28th August, create some of the most active, busiest but also the most potentially successful weeks of the year on the job front. Mercury will return for what should be a two week opportunity to work smarter, get your head in the game, ideas on the table and the communication lines open but instead, a retrograde turn will keep him here from 29th July to 5th October. Meanwhile, held back by a retrograde phase, Venus will make a standalone visit from 9th October to 8th November, when things are likely to come to you more easily.