A year that began with a strong professional presence and some busy work forces in play, continues to unfold but in a way that is a lot less urgent and demanding. There is a real sense this week that things are evolving. The manic pace on the job front dropped back dramatically when Mars left your work sector on the 27th January. This should have brought all planetary activity on the job front to a close, but instead with lucky Jupiter here until November, this is the point where you’re able to settle back into the journey itself.
At the start of the week this gives you a chance to pull back and take a wait and see approach as the professional gods rearrange the deck chairs. For it’s on the 11th February that Venus will return to your career sector, followed by Mercury on the 18th February and the Sun on the 19th February. On one hand this is a shift that all three make at this time every year, but with lucky Jupiter in your work sector for the first time in 12 years and so much momentum already banked on the job front, this is a lot more significant.
Yet as things start coming together professionally, this is not a month that is all work and no play. You not only have Venus in your sector of adventure, travel, learning and discovery until the 11th February, Mercury until the 18th February and the Sun until the 19th February, but a solar eclipse here on the 16th February. With things falling into place professionally, Mars spending the whole month in your relationship sector and money matters becoming more settled, this is a reminder that it is all about the journey.
Gemini February 2018 Love Horoscope
Just before Christmas Saturn not only left your relationship sector, but wrapped up a three year relationship boot camp. While Mercury, planet of communication stayed on for several more weeks, his departure on the 11th January left your relationship sector empty for the first time since September 2014. Having Saturn in your relationship sector isn’t easy, but whatever challenges you faced you learned more about what you want from your relationships and what they need from you over the course of three years, than you have over the previous three decades. It will be another three decades before you and your relationships are challenged like this again.
However, Mercury’s departure should have brought all planetary activity on the relationship front to an end, but that is not the case. It was on the 27th January, 16 days after Mercury left and with a chance to let things settle that Mars, planet of passion and the warrior planet of the cosmos arrived. With Jupiter returning in November to begin your most opportune and expansive relationship year in over a decade, there is no better planet to jump in and exploit all the potential from the last three years.
Mars is still in his early days by the time you move into February, but a total lunar eclipse in your communication sector allows you to start the month with a chance for a communication breakthrough from the get go. Not due to leave until the 18th March, Mars will spend the whole of February fighting for your relationships and to turn the challenges of the past three years into a new starting point. Support from Venus will bring a boost in confidence when it comes to the journey ahead. For this is a time to look to the future rather than the past.
Gemini February 2018 Money Horoscope
While Saturn returned to your financial sector just before Christmas, this is the month when he and Pluto are finally on their own. At one point, in the lead up to last month’s New Moon there were six planets in your financial sector. While Saturn and Pluto have come together to spend the next three years helping you to take your financial power back, January is always the month when the Sun puts the solar spotlight on your financial situation and money matters. This saw Saturn and Pluto’s long term financial focus overlap the mundane financial housekeeping that takes place each January.
The last planet associated with that is Mercury, but in the final days of January he was able to help with the transition. Mercury will leave on the 1st February, taking you to the doorstep of the new month but not following you through the door. Mercury was here during the Sun’s annual housekeeping and when Pluto and Saturn settled in for the long haul journey, with his smart head for money able to span the two. Now, as January makes way for February, it becomes all about the long term and journey ahead.
The Moon’s return to your financial sector from the 11th February to the 14th February will sharpen your financial instincts, while giving you a chance to connect with both Saturn and Pluto. These are the monthly visits that will keep you and money matters on track. In the meantime, the Moon will make a timely return to your income sector from the 25th February to the 27th February. By then the Sun, Venus and Mercury will all be in your career sector, with a nose for money able to steer new professional developments in a lucrative direction.
Gemini February 2018 Career Horoscope
Things settle back to normal on the job front this month, albeit a whole new normal. The normal pattern of any given year is that the Sun, Venus and Mercury will move through your work sector in the final months of each year. Occasionally this might extend out into the early days or weeks of the New Year and by February you are usually left with no more planets on the job front, until the Sun and faster moving planets return later in the year. Regardless of what else happens that pattern will repeat year after year after year. However, this year there was a lot else happening and this changed the whole dynamics on the job front.
The most significant impact was lucky Jupiter’s return last October and not leaving until November, this is making 2018 your biggest year for job growth and expansion in over a decade. It was Mars’ return in December that didn’t allow things to drop off when the Sun, Mercury and Venus moved on, even though Jupiter was ready to focus more on the journey. Mars’ departure on the 27th January means that you are now finally at that stage. As Jupiter settles back to focus more on keeping work and job matters ticking over, this is a chance to turn some of the focus on your career and professional situation, matters and options.
This kicks off with Venus’ return to your career sector on the 11th February, followed by Mercury’s return on the 18th February and the Sun’s on the 19th February. While they all return at around this time every year it has been 12 years since they have returned to find lucky Jupiter on the job front. As new doors open on the career front, Jupiter will be on hand to ensure that work and job matters take advantage of those open doors as well.
Also read: Gemini Horoscope 2018