Mercury is Retrograde . . . . . Dec 19th, 2016 (Capricorn) – Jan 8th 2017 (Sagittarius)
During these days, Mercury will be retrograde in the sign of Capricorn from December 19th until January 4th, before moving back into Sagittarius on January 4th, 2017.
Because Mercury will be retrograde in Capricorn from December 19th to January 4th, you may find yourself reevaluating your career path and long-term goals. You may be more apt to question the practicality of your methods and seek to rectify past oversights. If you’ve been unrealistic in your planning, this time period can help you to rework your schedule and renegotiate commitments to promote successful outcomes.
During these days, it may be difficult to advance because the energy will encourage you to address the past. While you may be eager for new challenges such as a promotion, new line of work or leadership position, you’ll be encouraged to finish what you’ve started first. There will be extra support to bring projects to completion and re-do any work that has proven to be problematic. You can take advantage of the available energies when you channel your motivation toward improving on or building upon past efforts.
Power struggles will be more likely during this time period as you could feel the need to prove your authority or expertise. You’ll have the most successful interactions when you’re able to connect with others on an emotional level. This Mercury retrograde cycle will teach you to focus on your personal power, without comparing yourself to others.
By finishing works in progress, you can free up time and energy for the future. These days will be ideal for reworking resumes, organizing workspaces, researching job opportunities and preparing presentations. You’ll have the ability to hit the ground running in late January if you take the time to do your homework during this Mercury retrograde cycle.
From January 5th to 8th, Mercury Retrograde will move back into the sign of Sagittarius. This will shift the focus from . . . . . members can login to read the rest of the article here.
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