Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
It could be that your boss or the board of directors of your company will issue a directive that is completely unexpected and not necessarily to your liking. You could have never guessed it was coming, and you are not sure you will like the direction the company will go and how all this will affect your career. Your ruler Uranus will directly oppose the tender full moon in your career-oriented tenth house with a 180-degree tug-of-war, and at the same time, Uranus will conjoin the Sun in your home sector, adding wild weather to your home atmosphere too, on April 26.
The Sun rules your partner, and because Uranus will be conjunct the Sun on the full moon April 26, he or she may be part of the problem, not part of the solution. It might be that your partner will inject an opinion that you would ordinarily welcome, but not now. Timing is everything in life, and your spouse’s opinion is not what you need to hear in the middle of the vortex spinning around you. It appears that sudden changes are afoot at home or regarding family too, not just at work. It seems this month both work and home are bringing rapid shifts, and you will find keeping up will take energy. You need to take good care of yourself in April, so that by the time you get to this full moon, you are rested and have kept fit.
Your best time to make firm decisions will be in mid-month, when you have the most supportive, twinkling stars. The Sun and Jupiter will be in sync on April 15, giving you favor from VIPs—magically, you can do no wrong. Then, on April 16, Mars will be in ideal alignment to Jupiter, a vital day when action leads to profit. You will feel good-fortune planet Jupiter protecting you, and that will be a comfort to know. Have faith—it seems you are on the side of the angels.
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