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horoscope for Virgo
While the Sun left Virgo last week, bringing your birthday month and new solar year to a close and you begin the month with no more planets here, if you feel uncertain about what you want for the coming year there is a reason for that. The reason is that held back by a retrograde phase earlier in the year, Venus is running late and has yet to return to Virgo to give your heart a voice. Venus will finally return on 3rd October and until leaving on 28th October, she will perform multiple functions. On the one hand, Venus will return to give your heart a voice and to give you a better sense of what you want from the coming year. On the other hand, Venus is also the planet of love and her return couldn't come with better timing. This is Jupiter and Saturn's first full month in direct motion in a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart and with both leaving in December, they have come out of hibernation to make their final months here count. There is no better planet than Venus to guide you into this next chapter. Another function is one that could be underestimated now but will prove critical next year. That other function is to make a balance between work and play a priority, something that might not be an issue now but 2021 is destined to be a busy year. Meanwhile, as is always the case, the Sun will spend the first three weeks of October in your income sector, before ending the month in your communication sector, something that happens at this time every year. The month begins with Mercury and the asteroid Juno, the queen of commitment having just left your income sector, giving you a smart head for money and a sense of resolve from the get go. This is also a chance to work with Ceres, who has retrograded back into your work sector to help you prepare for major developments ahead. Especially when it comes to a chance to revisit your needs and priorities when it comes to job satisfaction and a sense of purpose.