March is always going to be a crossover month for you, a month that starts with a lot of focus on your social life and matters, but as the month progresses you will find you’re increasingly drawn to time by yourself, with a need to retreat and withdraw. If there was a clear cut off point then that would be the 21st March, when the Sun leaves your friendship sector and returns to a more reflective and nostalgic part of your chart to begin the month long wind down of your old solar year. This is something that happens at this time every year, but then nothing is ever that clear cut. Mercury will make that shift on the 6th March and Venus on the 7th March, bringing a need for time out to hear yourself think fairly early in the month.
Yet even after the month long wind down of your old solar year begins, you will still remain socially connected, with nothing really ending there. What is a surprise is Venus’ return to Taurus on the 31st March, making her the first planet to reach this far this year, three weeks ahead of the Sun. Yet what Venus opens the door to is more than just a jump start on your birthday month and new solar year, with some major new doors opening over the coming months. March is also an important month for relationship matters, with Jupiter turning retrograde in your relationship sector on the 9th March.
What will be really exciting and potentially game changing is Mars’ return to your sector of adventure, travel, learning and discovery on the 18th March. This is Mars’ first visit since 2016 and his first in our lifetime to find both Pluto and Saturn here. Pluto has been calling for change since 2008, but Saturn finally gives you determination to see things through. As Mars returns to fuel a passion for adventure and a hunger for life’s richer experiences you might just have a chance to make it happen. Especially as Mars is here for several months.
Taurus March 2018 Love Horoscope
Ever since Jupiter’s return to your relationship sector last October this has been where the focus has been. With no planetary activity on the romantic front, it has been easy for relationship matters to dominate. However, as we’re talking about lucky Jupiter, this has been for all the right reasons. However, matters of the heart are suffering a bit of neglect, which might be why the love gods are finally stepping up. This won’t be at the expense of your relationships, but there is a sense of synergy between the two, which I will get to soon.
In the meantime, all the attention is on matters of the heart as you move into the new month, thanks to the Moon’s return to your romantic sector on the 1st March and the Full Moon this will create on the 2nd March. This is a Lovers Moon and with no planetary activity in your romantic sector for months, this is the jump start that matters of the heart need. While the Moon will leave on the 3rd March, by the time it comes full circle on the 29th March something special will be developing. The Moon’s departure will see the focus shift back to Jupiter and your relationships, as he continues to slow down ahead of his retrograde turn on the 9th March.
This is when the synergy between romantic and relationship matters begins, for on the 7th March Venus, planet of love will return to a nostalgic part of your chart. This is the start of a nostalgic trip down love’s memory lane that will end with Venus’ return to Taurus on the 31st March. It is just two days later that Jupiter will turn retrograde, opening the doors to the past and second chances on the romantic and relationship fronts at the same time. While Venus’ nostalgic trip down love’s memory lane will run for just 24 days, Jupiter’s will run for four months. Venus will return to Taurus on the 31st March, in time to catch the Moon’s final hours in your romantic sector.
Taurus March 2018 Money Horoscope
You have had near continuous planetary activity in your financial sector for so long that this has to feel like the focus has always and always will be on money matters. But that is not the case and things should have run their course when Saturn’s three year financial boot camp ended just before Christmas and the Sun left your financial sector two days later. Mercury did stay on until mid January, giving you the smart head for money needed to tie up loose ends. Mercury’s departure wrapped up a continuous period of planetary activity that began in September 2014. However, it was just 16 days later that Mars, warrior planet of the cosmos returned.
That 16 day gap was important, for this was the firebreak that separated Saturn’s three year financial boot camp and the future. When Mars leaves on the 18th March this will finally bring all planetary activity to a close until Mercury returns at the end of October, just days before lucky Jupiter’s return will kick off your biggest year for financial growth and opportunities in over a decade. Mars is making his final weeks all about capitalising on the last three years while preparing for the future. The Moon’s return to your financial sector from the 8th March is the last with planetary activity until later in the year, with the Moon able to fuel your financial instincts, imagination and passions.
Mars is the warrior planet of the cosmos so it is all about fighting for what you want or need. After Mars’ departure there will be no planetary activity in either of your two money houses until Venus returns to your income sector next month. This makes the Moon’s return to your income sector from the 22nd March to the 24th March especially important. As well as sharpening your nose for money and giving you a lucrative sense of direction ahead of Venus’ return, this will be the Moon’s first visit in over three years without planetary activity in your financial sector and in opposition. Finally income matters are about to get their turn.
Taurus March 2018 Career Horoscope
Things quieten down professionally this month in a way that gives you a chance to let things settle. After the 13 months that Jupiter spent in your work sector, from September 2016 to October 2017, this is something you didn’t get to experience last year. There is a lot about this year that is different to most years, making it important to trust your instincts and to quite literally go with the flow. Last month saw the Sun, Mercury, Venus and Juno all leave your career sector, leaving you with no planetary activity in either of your two professional houses.
Last year, as is the case in most years, once the Sun, Mercury and Venus moved on there was no planetary activity until this January. So to move into March with no planetary activity on the career front is the norm. What is different this year is that you still have momentum and this is far from the end of the planetary activity. This year, you have the South Node, not a planet but as the force behind last month’s solar eclipse, it can keep the wheels turning and the momentum going. Right now that’s all you need, for Mars will not only return to your career sector in May, but spend an incredibly long time here.
Mars’ second and double dip visit won’t end until November, giving you a few months for things to settle before the next stage hits. March is an important month to let things settle and because of that the Moon’s monthly visits are more important. The Moon will make two visits to your work sector, moving through from the 3rd March to the 6th March and then returning on the 31st March, where it will see out the month. The Moon will not only move through your career sector from the 13th March to the 15th March, but coming full circle from last month’s solar eclipse could trigger unexpected developments.
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