September opens with the full moon in your creativity and kids sector. You likely to feel inspired with an otherworldly flow that helps you express your feelings with ease. It’s also a lovely full moon to get together with your friends, have a bit of a natter and enjoy life.
On the 6th, Mercury moves into your intangible 12th house which opens you up to messages from the otherworld. Watch for messages from passed loved ones, echoes of the past, and parts of yourself that you have lost, surrendered, and let go of. Venus moves out of Cancer and into Leo and your career sector the same day. Get to know your colleagues or make approaches to prospective clients and employers; the stars certainly offer encouragement.
It’s not all good news this month. Being a Mars-ruled sign, Scorpio, you will be impacted more than most by Mars retrograde, which begins on 10 September. I’m sure you’re already feeling it. Your to-do list has been coloured by rose-coloured glasses and impulsive optimism; by mid September, you’ll be forced to face facts.
Of course, it’s not all bad news either. Jupiter stations direct in the communications sector of your chart on the 13th. This helps you express the facts in a meaningful way and has the potential to alleviates heavier responsibilities by bringing a sense of clarity and understanding of what needs to be done.
The new moon on the 17th also helps you reach out to friends and supporters to collaborate on collective goals. Small steps and paying attention to the details over an extended period of time will help you accomplish your longer-term material goals.
Having whizzed through the recesses of your consciousness, Mercury is already well into the retrograde shadow when he moves into your sign. Ideas and requests and contracts that you make at this time have a degree of fluidity so don’t assume that such agreements are set in stone.
The end of the month will feel heavy so don’t bother scheduling any parties or social engagements because you’ll probably be in quite a bad mood and worried about work. This is not a permanent situation but it will be something that you need to endure in coming weeks and learn to move through in a slow and responsible way.