The main event of the upcoming week is the Taurus Full Moon Lunar Eclipse, which not only reveals your true feelings but also gives you the confidence to act on them. This eclipse is also a Blood Moon, which takes on a reddish hue as it reflects the Sun's light and amplifies the eclipse's intense energy.
Eclipses of the Moon govern your emotional self. This is the aspect of yourself that frequently does not comprehend or accept your emotions, so you hide or deny them. However, they cannot be neglected forever. In the coming days, this lunar event enables you to comprehend the events that have transpired since April of this year with greater clarity.
Mars did just turn retrograde in Gemini however, so there may be some delay in finding closure in a break-up or even being able to move out if living together.
This does not mean that you will be prevented from pursuing your calling; rather, there is another lesson in the process that you must learn. Accepting things for what they are means that you can no longer pretend, which is what this week and the solar eclipse are about.
This week's main event is the Taurus Full Moon Lunar Eclipse, which has a significant impact on your home and family. Eclipses typically reveal previously concealed information, and with Saturn's recent direct motion in your sign, this effect will be amplified.
The energy that is currently arriving will be incredibly potent for you to begin gaining greater clarity regarding your relationships. The Taurus Full Moon Lunar Eclipse will bring to the surface everything that has been hidden from view.
You are extraordinarily adept at keeping your head down and climbing whatever mountain is in front of you. Priority is typically given to logic and whatever will help you advance, especially financially and in your career.
In the upcoming week, the Taurus Full Moon Lunar Eclipse attracts a great deal of attention to career opportunities, while the Sun, Venus, and Mercury bring about changes in your home. Leo, it is time for you to take a risk. You may choose to follow your heart, but if it is broken or even merely bruised, you tend to err on the side of caution.