While the Moon will leave Capricorn on Monday, apart from giving you an intuitive edge and ensuring you are emotionally and intuitively engaged from the start, this could have a profound and lingering impact. While this is an ordinary monthly visit, an alignment with Pluto could be a significant trigger and cause for a rise in excitement and anticipation. By this point Pluto has been in direct motion for nearly two months, with the planet of change and revolution starting to get restless. Pluto wants to make things happen and with your sixth sense picking up on Venus and Mercury's return to Capricorn next week, he knows that help is on the way. Meanwhile, the Moon's return to your income sector on Monday will be just as significant, returning to sharpen your nose for money and act as a trigger at the best possible time. Not only does this get the new working week off to a good start but the Moon returns just as a friendly aspect between Saturn here and Mars, in retrograde motion in your work sector begins.
As the Moon leaves Taurus on Monday this not only leaves you more emotionally and intuitively engaged but with an even stronger sense of romantic nostalgia than there was when it returned over the weekend. It was on Sunday that the Moon formed a friendly aspect to Uranus, in retrograde motion in your romantic sector, something that can always amplify a sense of romantic nostalgia. While this is a monthly event with Venus, the planet of love in a nostalgic part of your chart she is already taking your heart on a nostalgic trip down love's memory lane. Yet with this there will also be a sense of anticipation, for while Uranus will remain in retrograde motion in your romantic sector for the rest of the year Venus will return to Capricorn later next week when she will start looking to the future. Meanwhile, with no planetary activity in your relationship sector, it is all about having the communication lines open, with the Moon's return to your communication sector midweek helping with that.