Phases of the Moon, as seen from the Northern Hemisphere. The Southern hemisphere will see a mirror image of this phase. (Source:Wikipedia)

Phases of the Moon, as seen from the Northern Hemisphere. The Southern hemisphere will see a mirror image of this phase. (Source:Wikipedia)

Hello, everyone.

After last week, this week will feel like a breeze; like a breath of fresh air with Venus and the Sun both moving into air sign Aquarius.  Venus enters Aquarius on Monday and travels through that sign until February 11.  The Sun enters Aquarius on Tuesday where it will travel until February 18.

Both Venus and the Sun form trine aspects to Saturn in Libra toward the end of the week.  We’re becoming familiar with Saturn in Libra, where it will stay for the next couple of years.  Amid the destruction of many of the building blocks of our lives, Saturn in Libra urges us to consider others; to be sure that whatever we do at this juncture benefits everyone else too.

This is a hard task to fulfill if our individual lives are shaken.  It’s hard to take care of others when we are working day and night to maintain our own security.  In an interesting twist last week, we found it easy to step forward for a whole nation in trouble.  Do we step so readily for a partner or close friend?  Saturn in Libra requires this of us, and if we do our part, our reward is long-lasting business and personal partnerships with rewards that grow over time.

Venus and the Sun in Aquarius are more than willing to do their part this week as they approach the trine to Saturn.  Aquarius is concerned with ideals of justice and equality and thrives on group endeavors and humanitarian pursuits.  The Sun and Venus in these signs will bring this energy right into the heart of our businesses this week.  Perhaps your whole crew will collectively resolve a problem or a professional association will give guidance and support just when you need it most.

You can participate in this energy by experimenting with a team approach to a project or, if you’re in business independently, an unconventional alliance can teach you something.  Technology, design, marketing – these are all fields that could benefit from the detached viewpoint of a larger group.  Try breaking new ground this week.  You’ve got all the support you need.