After the shift in values and relationships brought about by last weekend's Venus-Pluto trine, we move into a week in which thoughts and actions merge effortlessly; and realising long-held dreams becomes distinctly possible.
Relationships could get a little fraught or heated this weekend as Mars squares Jupiter in Libra. Themes of unfairness or inequality could rear their ugly heads, as could a tendency to go off the deep end or rush things in matters related to home, family and food.
Last month's super-charged trine between Mars & Jupiter may have led some of us to believe that we were invincible. However, recent events may have reminded us that nothing could be further from the truth.
Although things start off on a positively buoyant note this week, expect to have to make some adjustments mid-week as a result of a series of major disappoints and/or disagreements...
A lot has happened in the four days - things have swung from steady and sweet one minute to downright chaotic and unpredictable the next. Read this week's astro-insights...
Although you may have drifted into a dreamy reverie over the weekend, expect to come down to earth with a hard bump on Monday when a Mars-Saturn opposition creates obstacles to progress that are likely to end in frustration.
With the Sun now in breezy, sociable Gemini and a New Moon due to take place in the same sign on Thursday at 20h45 BST, you can expect an eventful week filled with bags of interaction, news and perhaps even some travel.
After Friday's super-charged Mars-Jupiter trine, the heavens go a little quiet, giving us all time to digest and refine what we managed to achieve in a very short space of time.
Things definitely take an upturn this weekend as Mars heads for a trine with Jupiter in Libra this morning at 11h20 BST.
The intense mood from yesterday should shift somewhat this evening as Mercury moves to trine Saturn at 21h15 BST. If you've experienced technical setbacks or unexpected disruptions recently, then you should be able to press ahead and make significant progress today, especially in comms, politics, educational and sporting matters.