Aries: Career & Finance
2013: Aries Career
Pluto continues to bring power and passion to your career zone -- but with the added support of Saturn this year. Saturn and Pluto are in what is called 'mutual reception' (i.e. they swapped signs) which means they reinforce the power of the other. Not only will you bring the integrity and diehard commitment of Pluto in Capricorn to all professional ambition, but now you have the added bonus of Saturn bringing the discipline and ability to push through every obstacle. When the going gets tough, the Ram gets going. Never have you been so determined to make an everlasting and profound mark in the world.
You will have the force of this year's eclipse points working your money zones to speed up change and release any stagnation and debt. With the combined power of both Saturn and the North Node in your sector of debt and resourcefulness, you are ready to work smarter instead of harder. Let your money work for you for a change instead of the other way around. You'll have Jupiter blessing your sector of wheeling and dealing making it easy to establish connection with just the right people to further your career goals.
The right people will show up at the right time to open doors you never thought possible. Don't be afraid to reach out to your contacts and let everyone know what you have to offer. And be confident in asking for any support you might need to further your cause. Although you are the epitome of independence, we all get by with a little help from our friends -- even you, darling Ram.
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