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There is a mix of the expected and the unexpected on the romantic front this month as well as some shifting tides. The year begins with Venus, the planet of love still in retrograde motion in a nostalgic part of your chart, where a sense of romantic nostalgia has doubled since she first returned in November. This is being balanced by the fact that you also begin the year with the North Node in your romantic sector, where since its return in May 2020 it has not only kept the focus on matters of the heart but on the future. With the North Node focused on the future, Venus on the past but both on the spirit of romance, this is the perfect balance. There will be a chance to fully embrace and capture this when the Moon makes its first visit to your romantic sector for the year from 13th January to 15th January. This is something that needs to be captured because it is just four days later that after 20 months in your romantic sector that the North Node will leave on 19th January. This brings an end to the eclipses here but the last one back in November has already given matters of the heart the boost that it needed at the time. With the North Node gone but Venus not turning direct until 29th January, this could see a sense of romantic nostalgia deepen. While Venus will turn direct on 29th January she won't leave a nostalgic part of your chart and return to Aquarius until early March, with romantic nostalgia continuing its hold on your heart in the early months of the year. Meanwhile, with no planetary activity in your relationship sector, the Moon's first visit for the year from 18th January to 20th January is a chance to become more emotionally engaged and connected. A friendly aspect to both planets in your communication sector as it moves through will also offer a chance to ensure the communication lines are open.
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