It was last week that both the Moon and Mars clashed with Pluto, creating the first real challenge since his return to Aquarius in March and the timing couldn't be better. With the planet of change and revolution leaving at the end of next week but then returning in January to spend the next 20 years here, this has both challenged old excuses and woken you up to what matters. with Mars in your relationship sector and Venus returning next week, this not only saw your personal and relationship needs clash but has made you more aware of them, at an important time for both. While Mars already has the support of the planets in your communication sector and a Full Moon in your relationship sector will give your relationships even more support, it is adventurous lunar vibes and their friendly aspect to Pluto that will boost your personal confidence. This might have to compete with the working week but a friendly aspect to the Sun in a playful and creative part of your chart will make this a fair match.
When the Moon left your relationship sector over the weekend this not only left you more emotionally engaged but with a chance to let the fog of war clear after what had been a roller coaster ride of a week. It was Mars' return to your relationship sector the weekend before that began the first planetary activity on the relationship front this year but like the Moon when it returned later last week, he moved straight into an opposition with Pluto in Aquarius. While this may have flushed out any issues while policing a balance between your personal and relationship needs from the start, it was the Moon's friendly aspect to planets in your communication sector as it moved through that has also given this a voice. With the Moon gone so too is the tension, but ahead of Venus' return next week this has also left you with a better sense of what you want from your relationships and what they need from you.