Aquarius native, from now to mid-December you have a guardian angel on your shoulder. This gives you the opportunity to find assistance whatever you need it.
The week begins on September 13 with Jupiter, in your house of spirituality, moving forward. This is a good time to re-establish a spiritual ritual. This may be something you've done before, such as meditation, prayer, or reading sacred texts. You may set up an altar in the house and create a sacred space in the bedroom for your rest and recuperation at night. As you do these things, you feel more connected to everything around you.
On September 14, the sun, in your house of resources from others, highlights transformative Pluto in Capricorn. Pluto going through this house is like a psychological Drano, it clears out the gunk. Today, you have the opportunity to get the assistance you need to remove blocks. This may be in the form of practitioners or how-to videos on YouTube. You may stumble on a self-help book that lives up to its name. Even clearing away the smallest obstacles can make a world of difference in your mood and your ability to accept the abundance of the Universe.
The week continues and on September 15, Venus, in your house of relationships, gooses Uranus in your house of family. Today, you may be introducing your dating partner to your family and friends. And for some reason they are surprised. Perhaps they didn't know you were dating, or perhaps they don't think this person's quite your type. Today, you can show them how happy you are.
The new moon in Virgo arrives on September 17, along with a connection to the sun and Saturn. If you been having trouble sleeping at night, consider making some changes. Look at limiting screen time in the evening or use devices that block blue light. Take a few steps in taking care of yourself and you can feel a world of difference in a week.
Toward the end of the week on September 18, Mercury, in your house of education, flabbergasts Neptune in your house of values. Today you learn something that, while uncomfortable, you recognize could be the truth about how you handle material goods and your finances. Suddenly the fog is lifted, and you see things for how they are. This can lead to a new, better relationship with money and your stuff.