Leo September 2018 Horoscope
Leo September 2018 Horoscope: The summer is winding down and you would expect a calm and peaceful September. However, this month calls for many back and forth influences, so get ready for a fun start to autumn!
To start off with, Mercury enters Virgo on September 5th, and will be there through September 21st. This transit is going to put your money on your mind and your mind on your money. Some big news is coming your way in this regard, so be prepared and on the look out for new income opportunities.
Leo Horoscope September 2018: Saturn in Capricorn
On September 6th, Saturn turns direct in Capricorn. For this transit, you will find some well deserved balance between your home and work life.
On September 9th, Venus enters Scorpio, and will be doing so through the remainder of the year. There is a lot of energy surrounding the transit, so be both excited and wary. The energies will involve an increase your romantic side and your libido, with your creative side, but also a lot of drama with the family. Keep things in control and you will be fine.
Leo Horoscope September 2018: New Moon
Also on September 9th, there is a new moon in Virgo. The new moon will enhance the influences above, and will bring some surprises to your romantic and family life.
Mars transits Aquarius from September 10th through November 15. This is the issue resolution time. Take an inward look at conflicts that dwell within you, and it is a great time to resolve them.
On September 21st through October 9th, Mercury moves through Libra. There is levity in the air and this transit will help you relax and clear your mind. It lasts a few weeks, so enjoy the burden that has been lifted on your mind, and learn to relax and enjoy things.
Leo Horoscope September 2018: Full Moon
Finally, there is a full moon in Aries on September 24th. You are overcome with vigor, and there is a great energy building up inside you. Start a new fitness plan, start walking, or plan an adventure!
Leo Horoscope September 2018: Words of Wisdom
Nobody’s problem is ideal. Nobody has things just as he would like them.