Got a new job yet? If not, there’s still time. The sun has dropped out of Aries, your employment sign, but Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Uranus all open the month in that sign. If your job situation is just fine, then an alternate area of focus for the energy would be your health.
The 30th of April and the 1st of May are idea-generating days, as Mars and Jupiter connect. Mars also represents male energy, so a man may prove helpful to your goals at this time. Work your connections. During the period between May 9th and 16th, you have a prime opportunity to ask questions and get answers.
The time period right around the 11th is almost like a wishes come true period–Venus, Mercury, and Jupiter will all cluster together in late Aries. Tell the universe what you want. Don’t take no for an answer. What is needed is action, especially until the 11th.
You may not even be aware of how much fire energy you have at your disposal this month, so make an effort to consciously use it. To put things in context, Jupiter will leave Aries next month and enter the sign of Taurus. Much less fiery. In fact, by early June, the only planet left in Aries will be Uranus.
The time for lighting a fire under your butt is now, not later. Use it while you got it. The other news of the month is that the universe is taking aim against single Scorpios, trying to lure them out of singlehood and into relationship. This is symbolized by the massing of energy in Taurus during the second half of the month.
Taurus is your relationship sign, and Mars will be the most potent planet there after the 10th. Mars wants you to include other people in your space (which may mean your home), even if you don’t want to. The thing with Scorpio is that it is perhaps the most possessive of signs when it comes to relationships. It thinks of a relationship as something you have rather than something you are in.
When Mercury and Venus slide into Taurus on the 15th, they’ll take the traditional ‘have’ approach. But Mars, a more disruptive planet, almost forces you to realize you can’t have control in a relationship–you can only be included in it and include the partner in it. It’s all about connection.