Libra January 2017
The Capricorn New Moon at the end of December brought your professional and public status into focus. Even though a lot of us take a break around this time of year, for you it is important to consolidate the reputation you have built for yourself. January is custom built for you to organise the longterm path that you are on. Whatever it is you are doing, it’s worthwhile reflecting on how successfully it is getting done. Think of this as a kind of career spotlight month, with cosmic forces asking you to put your best foot forward at all times. Be aware of what others think, but also be true to who you really are. Nothing garners respect like authenticity, so represent yourself and watch the pieces fall into place.
Remember, the stars incline but do not compel. And so, it is up to you in terms of how you respond. Yours is a diplomatic sign. You sometimes waste time wondering if you have the right to ask for what you want. You can get bogged down in worrying what others will think, and sometimes this takes energy away from where you could be. As always, consider a balanced approach. Just because you’re good at juggling balls doesn’t mean you need to overcommit and strain yourself. Practice the art of effortless accomplishment within the whirl of commitments you currently have.
Bold steps beckon for some of you, and may push you out into the unknown. With Uranus and Pluto both making challenging aspects to your sign, there are some unexpected developments likely to appear on your horizon. Jupiter and Uranus opposed eachother under the Cap New Moon making sudden awakenings likely. There will be some surprises appearing for Librans born around October 13—15. Like all other Cardinal signs, you know that the apparent start of the year is really an important moment to consolidate your position and work on getting big things done. With Jupiter in your sign until October this year, say yes to every experience that lets you extend your zone of influence without bringing you undone. Start the year as you mean to end it – with a public statement about your true net worth.