Two eclipses this month in two mutable signs can leave you wondering if and when another shoe is going to drop. The December-born Centaur, in particular, may feel trapped between what follows from the Pisces full moon on the 7th and what the Virgo new moon on the 23rd will cook up next. And while you're waiting to find out, you'll probably be chomping at the bit. Although Seers can assess a situation as it is developing, an eclipse may add or more likely take away an element you were counting on. This is where your laid back attitude comes in handy.
Time to get busy. With single-minded, physically fit Mars in your Libra mid-heaven for the first time in two years, it'll be easier than you thought to go after whatever goal you've set for yourself. Whether it's to run a marathon or get through law school, as long as you exercise both body and brains. To help with the book learning, use Mercury's transit of Libra, which will be joined soon enough by the all-powerful sun. This focus on your reputation stands you in good stead when applied to career moves and family achievements, too
The more planets that gather in Libra, another intelligent air sign, the more effective you'll be. So far there's ambitious Mars' making its bi-annual visit, which could provide the incentive for a joint financial venture; after the 12th, Mercury drops in. If you need to research anything to do with taxes, insurance or inheritance, be sure to put the Messenger's attention to detail to good use. Once autumn begins, you should be able to clarify a purely personal matter that's been open to interpretation far too long.
There's a chance that you'll soon find yourself in a position to test the validity of the old adage: Absence makes the heart grow fonder. Whether it's a physical distance between you or an emotional one, some sort of adjustment takes place midmonth when loving Venus in your Virgo house of partnership opposes unpredictable Uranus in Pisces. There's also a question of who reaches out to whom. One more thing: your mate may have to accommodate a powerful person around the same time. These are major matters; don't be such a hard-ass.