This week your ability to make a decision and take direct action seems like it's on a greased rail, Scorpio. There's no friction, no hesitation. You can slide past obstacles.
The week begins on Sunday, September 13, with Jupiter, in your house of thinking process and communication, turning direct and now moving forward. After a long period of rehashing, revising, and rethinking, now your focus returns. This energy will grow in strength over the next few weeks but for now, it just feels good to have a clear idea of what you want to do.
September 14 has the sun, in your house of friendships, in a profitable alignment with Pluto in Capricorn. Perhaps an acquaintance wants to purchase your boat, motorcycle, or old computer monitor. A financial transaction could lead to discussions of a bigger business opportunity. A partnership could be born.
The week continues and on September 15, Venus at the top of your chart tangles with Uranus in your house of balance. A supervisor or upper management person has noticed the good work you've been doing, and now you're the "star" of the office. Management may have an offer for you. But with this proposal comes both the sweet and the sour with benefits, as well as increased duties and responsibilities. You're up for the challenge. The question you must decide is whether you want the challenge or not.
The new moon in Virgo comes in on September 17, lining up with the sun and making a cushy connection with Saturn in your house of siblings and younger relatives. A family member calls on you for some encouragement and support. And while they're not looking for your advice (or even considering it), they would like you to tell them that they will be a success no matter what. They want to cheerleader rather than a leader. It's a good idea to consider the long-term implications for this relationship before you move forward.
Toward the end of the week on September 18, Mercury, in your house of intuition, gets its wires crossed with Neptune in your house of romance. Today's a day of mixed signals and false starts. A person could mistake your pleasant demeanor as amorous intentions. Suddenly this person could have a crush on you and even go so far as to ask you out on a date. Keep an eye on this or else things could get awkward.