Sun and Moon at 20°10′ Virgo. When we add that Jupiter is also in that sign at 7°, we see that growth and basic orientation for the next several months comes as we emphasize the practical details of our work in an attitude of service. This is a pretty tight alignment with Sun [3N54] parallel Moon [2N39] at 3° north at the moment of the eclipse.
The Luminaries are quincunx Uranus. Expect the unexpected and unexpected results results from your efforts that may require some adjustments, but which will be worthwhile.
Mercury [9S11] is contra-parallel Jupiter [9N44], so expect that flurries of communication and new information may temporarily point to some adjustments in your plans, but this should also energize your aspirations further.
Mercury opposite Uranus shows that apparently opposing points of view and new information must be taken into account for plans to proceed towards success.
Mercury is parallel Neptune [9S18], so be prepared for lending a listening ear more than usual, and be sure to carefully consider what you hear. All wishful thinking and what-if scenarios need to match the practicalities involved, and be subjected to good, detailed planning.
Mercury is sextile Venus, so some meeting of the minds is quite possible, and you we all may benefit from more pleasant, leisurely conversation, even entertainment, as a longer-term way to keep a balanced perspective.
Mars is trine Uranus, so forward movement continues with added creative spark to see how adjustments can be made without losing momentum.
This is very much a learning and responding/adjusting dynamic for the next several months. Listen, learn, examine the details, adjust plans, expect unexpected results, adjust accordingly.
Those whose birth charts have points +/- 20° of mutable signs (or cardinal signs, Aries, Cancer, Libra, Capricorn) will feel this one the most. Also those with points 3-4° north (late Virgo, early Aries) or south (early Libra, late Pisces) declination.