Monthly Horoscope for March 2020
The Full Moon on March 8th occurs in Virgo and the New Moon on March 24th occurs in Aries. Venus travels in Taurus and Mars is in Capricorn. On March 10th Mercury goes direct in Aquarius and enter in Pisces on March 16. Jupiter is in Capricorn with Saturn and Pluto. Uranus is in Taurus and Neptune is in Pisces.
Mercury retrograde until March 9 in Aquarius.
Generally speaking during a Mercury retrograde, we can expect delays, traffic situations, problems in communications (especially with telephones and cell phones), computer problems, delays in mail, and we never want to sign any contracts or legal documents, especially long term ones. We don't throw logic completely out the window, if something needs to be taken care of and is of an urgent nature, we don't put it off, we just do what we need to do and see what unfolds.
For more personal affects, we see what planets and houses are effected in our Natal charts to define what area of our lives the retrograde will influence and what we can potentially experience during that time.
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VIRGO: This month, the stars support your love life so that nothing stands in your way. There’s 4 planets transiting your fifth solar house of love, and 2 others. As a result, you’re much bolder with expressing affection and more interested in life as a couple or establishing a relationship that will lead to marriage or a long-term commitment.
Take advantage of the most of the planetary transits this month in order to explore as much as possible on a romantic level; rediscover and manifest your playful side, power of seduction, and ability to flirt. It’s time to unleash your creativity in order to win the heart of someone you like or re-launch or improve your relationship, if you’re married.
The Jupiter-Pluto conjunction that begins to form on March 27 in your fifth solar house of love suggests the ending of an emotional cycle, and the beginning of a new one on April 5, when the aspect will be exact. This new cycle could be centered on how you communicate with your better half, how you express your feelings in an either verbal or nonverbal manner.
It’s possible that you’ll revisit your past before stepping into a new emotional phase; you might see someone with whom you were involved, whether you’re married now or not.
If this is the case, look confidently towards the future and not return to your old emotional or relational patterns – which have proven to be inefficient, painful, and harmful. Reconciliation could be an option only if you rebuild everything on an entirely new basis, based on entirely new principles than before.
Work/Money: Your creativity is at an all-time high, which can help you a lot professionally although, at the beginning of the month, you might be somewhat disoriented due to Mercury (your ruler and the ruler of your tenth solar house of career), is in retrograde motion until March 10.
On March 4, Mercury returns in apparent retrograde motion in your sixth solar house of work; then, on March 16, it returns in direct motion in your seventh solar house of relationships/partnerships.
Under these astrological circumstances, wait for the last week of March to make decisions when it comes to professional collaborations, associations and so on. It would also be wise to avoid signing new contracts and to focus on re-evaluating already existing ones.
On March 22, Saturn begins its transit through your sixth solar house of work, and situations you encounter are meant to help you understand whether you built your professional life on solid foundations or you’ve left things up to chance.
For instance, your professional skills might be put to the test or the basis of your business, if you own one. If everything is okay, you’ll get the opportunities you need in order to sharpen your skills and consolidate what you achieved so far. Some of you could get the impression that they work a bit too much in order to achieve certain results, but in the end will conclude that effort was worth it.
When it comes to money, you stand to gain from collaborations abroad and with the academic or publishing environment.