directionQuestion:  Career redirection: I have a CPA. After being the in field of Accounting post college, I decided it is not for me. Too much stress and I just crunch numbers in a cube all day.  I quit my job in May, 2015, the tension was too difficult to deal with and my blood pressure was through the roof.  Where do I go from here?  For the summer, I am helping a friend doing electrical work as a helper.  Huge pay decrease but at least I am not so confined.  Note 6th house emphasis.  -Andrew

Answer: Hi Andrew, thanks so much for writing.  Sounds like you are taking a much needed break, tending to your well being.  Yes, you have *a lot* going on in your 6th house (for those reading who might not know what this means, imagine the universe shining a flashlight on one specific part of the chart, in this case the house of day-to-day work.)  Given its contents, I imagine that daily work is important to you, and poses some challenges.  I also imagine this is not the last change of jobs for you!

You have a clear desire for freedom, and astrologically I can see that being a driver in your decision making.   As you consider what route to take next, take these inquiries into account:

  • Where would you like to go deeper?
  • What topics inspire you to look at the big picture?
  • Will this next career allow you to simplify your life?
  • What organization / industry could benefit from your objective outlook?
  • What does service to others and humanity mean to you?
  • Are you interested in using your powers of persuasion?

Communication features prominently in your chart – I wonder if it comes along with a hesitation in expressing your personal ideas and thoughts.  It would be worth investigating your natural gifts about guiding others.  You are here to break the mold, and can inspire others to do so as well!

I hope this is helpful to you.  Best to you as you take the space of the summer to research and explore.

Truly,
Aubrie

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