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Libra Forecast for 2023
Saturn, Pluto and Jupiter are all on the move this year, the latter twice and the other two for the first time in years, making this a year of change. Yet in each case they aren't moving into areas of your chart that aren't already active, meaning that you have been preparing for this for years now. For Saturn that shift in focus will be significant, ending a visit to your romantic and creative sector that began in 2020 and returning to your busy work sector on 8th March, where he will spend the next three years. Saturn is the hard taskmaster of the cosmos but for the last few years he has not only been in a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart but in a fellow Air sign. There might be quite a jolt when Saturn asks you to roll up your sleeves and get to work, but with Uranus here since 2019 this is something you are ready for.
With Neptune and Saturn both here until 2026, they will work as a team to shape things on the job front or whatever it is that keeps you busy for the next three years. While the Sun, Venus and Mercury will all move through a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart during Saturn's final months and his departure on 8th March will leave it empty, not for long. It is just a few weeks later that Pluto, who has been in your home and family sector since 2008 will return on 24th March, just a few weeks after Saturn leaves. As an outer planet, this is never a hard and fast shift as will be the case for Jupiter and Saturn this year, with Pluto retrograding back out on 11th June before returning next year and then spending the next 20 years here. What Saturn has been preparing for or has asked you to invest in, Pluto will not only keep alive but as the planet of change and revolution will give you a chance to branch out from.
Meanwhile, while Jupiter has only been in your relationship sector for 11 days as you move into 2023, he had already spent five months here before retrograding back out last year. This is an opportunity for a do over, this time knowing what you want from your relationships and what they need from you from the start. Until leaving on 17th May and as the largest and most powerful planet in the solar system, Jupiter is putting a huge amount of focus on your relationships with an opportunity for growth and for major new beginnings. It is on 17th May that Jupiter will return to your financial sector to begin your biggest year for financial growth and expansion in over a decade. Yet once again this will not be a cold start, with Uranus here since 2019, ensuring that you are ready to hit the ground running from the start.