Aries: Career & Finance
2014: Aries Career
The year starts off with the influence of Venus retrograding in your career zone for the month of January. If you've wanted to rework your image, mission statement or just reintroduce more creativity into your career, this is the year to do it, Aries! It's time to bring more sweetness and beauty to your brand. Get an early start because Venus goes direct in February. In fact, the first quarter of the year is ideal for putting some extra love into your work. This is not a year to procrastinate because the stars want to most strongly support your projects from the get-go and start to lose steam later in the year when pleasure becomes a higher priority.
Pluto, the god of transformation and power continues to work your career zone in 2014. This is a slow building influence (2008-2023) that requires much releasing of your old concepts around status and worldly success. Now that you're five years into this evolutionary trajectory, you're starting to get the hang of the whole destroy-to-rebuild theme. You've spent a considerable amount of energy over the past few years pondering and psychoanalyzing what your deeper purpose is here on Earth and the mark you ultimately want to leave on this world. Now that the Pluto-Uranus war is dying down, you have a chance to integrate your pioneering spirit with the need to build something lasting.
Pluto will go retrograde in your house of career between April and September, giving you a chance to peel away another layer of whatever hasn't been working so well. You have many opportunities to revamp your whole approach to your life's work this year, so don't be afraid to make some big changes. The planets are totally supporting you to bring more depth, creativity and passion to your professional world and all long-term projects in 2014. All you have to do is crack the code and commit to what your greatest passion is. No more settling for second best, Aries. Never forget your trailblazing nature!
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