On March 7, a major shift occurs when Saturn enters Pisces, causing a shift in your obligations and responsibilities. Over the last three years, Saturn has been moving through Aquarius, your seventh house of relationships, partnerships, and companionship, inviting you to get serious about the people you choose to partner with. Whether you entered into a new long-term relationship, ended a serious partnership, or experienced stagnancy with love and dating, it’s likely you’ve grown quite a bit in this area of life since 2020. Now, as Saturn leaves for Pisces, you’re afforded more grace and ease in forming new relationships while Saturn shifts focus to your material, psychological, and emotional debts, healing trauma, developing trust for others, and sharing resources. This could put some stress on your finances by increasing your desire to secure savings and investments—trust the process.
March is also a big month for career developments as Venus, the planet responsible for your profession, enters its home sign of Taurus on March 16, making way for positive experiences like recognition within your field, opportunities for advancement, successful launches, and new positions. By the end of the month, you may feel the need for a break from all of the business. Mars enters Cancer, your twelfth house of solitude, retreat, and contemplation on Saturday, March 25, making it a great time to escape. Long-term travel or extended time away from your home could be just what you need to help process all of these life changes seemingly happening all at once.
It’s a big month and the major focus is relationships and partnerships. Whether you’re single, partnered, or somewhere in between, you can expect major shifts in your relationships this year with Saturn’s entry into Pisces on Tuesday, March 7. For the last three years, Saturn has been working diligently in your sixth house of work and wellness, keeping you in a seemingly non-stop grind that has no doubt taken a toll on you physically, mentally, and spiritually. It hasn’t been easy but hopefully you’re now in a place where you’re doing work that resonates with you and isn’t detrimental to your physical health. Now as Saturn shifts into Pisces, your seventh house of relationships and companions, the hard work Saturn requires comes with it. You may begin to ask yourself what you truly want and desire from your relationships as well as address fears around sacrifice and losing your identity within a partnership. Of course, this applies to all types of relationships, not just romantic ones, and includes business partners, clients, close friends, and anyone else you form a close one-on-one bond with. A Virgo full moon also takes place on March 7, highlighting your physical, emotional and spiritual needs in contrast to new responsibilities in relationships. All of this is underscored by Mercury, your planetary ruler, entering Pisces on March 2 and forming an exact alignment with the Sun on Friday, March 17, symbolizing the start of a new relationship cycle. Don’t be afraid of forming new attachments and making new connections, for that’s where the work begins.
While your relationships may be the biggest focus this month, it’s also a lovely time for international travel or journeys of any kind. Venus enters Taurus on Thursday, March 16, where it will stay until April 11, making the few weeks in between perfect for exploration. Venus considers Taurus a home, so you can easily access comfort, rest, and pleasure-oriented experiences while traveling during Venus’s stay. Try activities like a food tour, cooking class, seeing or making art, crafting, shopping, and relaxing in nature. Venus in Taurus is all about enjoying the little things in life. And who knows, you may even encounter love in the process.
This month is all about your relationships and meeting new people. While you’re no stranger to a social occasion, you may be surprised by just how many invitations you’ll receive to get out and about in March. This is because Venus, your ruling planet, is spending time in Aries, your seventh house of relationships and partnerships. Additionally, Venus is involved in one of the most auspicious planetary alignments of the year right at the top of the month. On Wednesday, March 1, Jupiter and Venus form an exact alignment in Aries (which will be visible in the western sky after sunset), symbolizing an opportunity for a supportive and positive connection, potentially with someone you work with or someone from your neighborhood or community. If you find yourself traveling during this time, say yes to invitations to socialize and meet new people, as you never know where these connections could take you in the future. It’s also a very vulnerable time for you when it comes to partnering and relationships. Maybe you’re just starting to put yourself out there for the first time in a long time, or maybe you’ve recently endured heartbreak or disappointment. It’s important to give yourself some grace, but also to push yourself to be open and ready for opportunities to heal through new relationships.