Scorpios will home in on work duties, health and routine, but remember to be open to changes and catch up on outstanding paperwork and administration. On the 26th, there's a New Moon in sensual Taurus, your 7th solar house. The next two weeks offers to take your relationships and partnerships to a new emotional level. Find ways to increase harmony in your life, clear misunderstandings with loved ones, and mend any recent rifts that have been a problem for you. You'll be more in tune with your partner's needs, if you can avoid ego differences. Co-operation will be the keyword and finding resolutions to make peace. This also includes business partnership issues, litigation and problems with opponents. Reassess your long term obligations and commitments, and revive existing love relationships. This is a chance for singles to start a new chapter with someone exciting entering your life. But don't make any big plans just yet due to Mercury retrograde.
With that in mind and Mercury retro in your 6th solar house, talks will resurface from 27th to the 30th particularly over issues raised at the end of last month. Watch out for arguments and disagreements, and clear the air if possible. Lovely Venus re-enters Aries on April 28th, when you will aim to attain job satisfaction, resuming the artistic elements of your job role, and taking care of health matters up to June 5th.
The North Node/South Node axis, also known as the Dragon's Head and Dragon's Tail, is about to change signs. This is particularly potent. The Moon's Nodes normally travel in retrograde fashion, the Mean Node moving from Virgo into Leo (your 10th solar house) on April the 29th, with the True Node following suit on May 9th. However, the effects of this change will be felt most strongly in the first degree of Virgo, your 11th solar house of friendships.
With the North Node retrograding into your 10th house of career and ambitions, and the South Node in your 4th house of home and family for the next 18 months or so, karmic lessons can be learnt and valued in reviewing your life path and direction. With this placement, much will depend on the demands of family members and on the home front, building up resentments which may have made you feel pegged down. This can prevent you from claiming your individuality versus past-life based inability to appreciate what has been given to you within the family. An imbalance in responsibilities affecting either your spouse, or a dysfunction in the family unit, will emerge. However, a feeling of obligation keeps you hemmed in by childish behaviour in the process. It will be important to achieve a role where your dignity can be recognised through career life. You might be placed in a position where others rely on you for shelter in one form or another. Once the needs of family members are understood, you will be able to experience greater freedom in taking a career path and assuming the dominant position in the family.