Obviously you want to plans settled. Try to rush things, however, and you’ll soon realise that between unsettled situations and your own shifting perspective, decisions should wait. You’ve several tasks. First is decluttering your life, ridding yourself of both burdensome commitments and questionable future plans. As you say farewell, learn from these. The resulting insights will prove valuable when, from midmonth, you face a range of decisions. Even then, since you’ll go through several versions, ensure whatever you plan is flexible.
The planetary setup in late February and early March is amazing for Taurus. But ideas, offers or, possibly, dramatic changes will be unexpected, could seem risky or be unappealing. Still, explore everything, possibly even saying a tentative ‘yes’. Understanding how you’ll benefit will take time. In the meanwhile, declutter your life, schedule and even thinking. This frees you to learn more as events unfold. While their full promise may not be clear until early April, you’ll be glad you took what seemed chances.
The actual foundation of elements of your domestic or working life are shifting, but gradually. In fact, this continues until late April. Knowing that, instead of struggling to get things organised, mostly because others are impatient, you’ll take it slowly. This may trigger clashes, especially with those who’re in a hurry. But they’re also facing changes, so will be thankful arrangements are flexible. Meanwhile, explore even unappealing or unlikely options. Once things come together, in late April, you’ll be relieved you waited.
Decisions involving others seem pressing. However, changes in the situations of those closest, personally or at work, mean living with uncertainty. Actually, this is timely, because it forces you to review what, and who, you put first. This, in turn, focuses your attention on how you look after yourself, from diet and health, even to your the ideas your dwell on. While challenging initially, this so boosts your spirits that your mind is clearer about everything, and especially complex situations involving others.
Others may be in a hurry to turn ideas into solid plans but you’re less eager to commit. That’s wise as, as frequent and often intriguing, changes reveal. True, some would mean ending longstanding arrangements, personal or out in the world, and without knowing what’s next. Don’t worry. By mid-March amazing and, probably, unexpected developments will take you in new, and exciting, directions. Ensure both your thinking and actual plans are flexible, since there’ll be many changes before anything is settled for good.
One of your strengths, as a Virgo, is your capacity to assess situations, small and large, personal or more worldly, then make a far-reaching plan. But between the unsettling Virgo Full Moon on 2 March and frequently changing situations, both your thinking and the actual circumstances you’re dealing with will shift, regularly and dramatically. Once you understand that, you’ll adopt a flexible approach to even important plans. As a result, you’ll be free to explore unexpected and, often, thrilling changes, ideas or offers.
Obviously, you’d rather decisions involving your work or lifestyle could be settled. But with ongoing changes, especially in the situation of others, what you organise is unlikely to last. Actually, that’s best, because you need time for analysis. With both arrangements and your priorities shifting, and often, even simple plans should be regarded as tentative. Although the Libra Full Moon, on 31 March, is pivotal, you’ve lots of questions. Actually, that’s best, since unexpected developments during April are as exciting as they are unexpected.
Really enjoying life when so much is unsettled seems challenging until you realise that, however good things are, something is always shifting. What’s more, you’re benefitting from fabulous, if often unexpected ideas, offers or surprises. Explore them all, even those you fear would be unsettling. At minimum, you’ll learn something. But as events unfold, you’ll recognise how those will fit in. Keep plans flexible until late April’s Scorpio Full Moon. Only after that will your options, and future priorities, be clear.
Since early 2018 you’ve been restless, rethinking elements of your life, noting certain things that once worked but now don’t, where changes are necessary and, most of all, exploring a range of options. While you’ve made some decisions, you’re juggling various ideas and thrilling if unsettling offers. Aim to get these settled by mid March, when the focus shifts to the practical side of arrangements. Here, too, you’ll be delightfully overwhelmed. Take time, carefully considering what, and who, will add most to your life.
Clearly you’re in a cycle of change. While you’ve explored lots of options, you’ve made few lasting decisions. And you won’t until mid March, when courageous Mars moves into Capricorn, and both clarifies your thinking and triggers exciting, if often challenging, ideas or offers. Waste no time on debate. Get involved, but with the intention to broaden your horizons. Now, and during all of 2018, focus on exploration. While out of character, this ensures nothing, and nobody, interesting can pass you by.
Ordinarily decision-making is easy for you, whether the situation is personal, involves others, finance or work. Yet the questions raised by the Aquarius eclipsed New Moon on 15 February remain unresolved. Actually that’s best. This gives you time to explore unexpected and, often, dramatic changes in your world and, as much, rethink your priorities. Better yet, you realise you can make tentative decisions. This gives you freedom to try out activities and alliances you’d otherwise ignore. You’ll finalise arrangements, but probably not until midyear.
Since late January you’ve been exploring plans involving your activities out in the world and domestic setup. Each change has clarified what won’t work and refined your thinking. Still, be patient until the Pisces New Moon, on 17 March; after that, circumstances and your vision will merge, although probably in an unexpected form. Despite that, proceed, conscious that as you learn more, you can rethink both existing arrangements and future plans. And aim ridiculously high. You’ll be amazed how much you achieve.