Mercury turns stationary direct Thursday, September 22 at 1:31 AM, EST., at 14 degrees of Virgo. The good news is it turns direct, and the bad news is that it won't be smooth.
Mercury becomes part of a t-square (a difficult configuration that pulls us in many different directions) that involves Saturn and Neptune. Many things can be delayed (Saturn) or confused at this time (Neptune).
In addition to this, the Moon in Gemini is also part of a t-square involving the same planets. Then later in the evening the Moon will oppose Mars and square the Sun. This can be hectic and frustrating.
Typically, the stationary direct period is where things change once again, glitches occur, and we can change direction.
It will be a hectic if not confusing time for a few days and things could get worse, before they get better.
he other good news is that Mercury trines Pluto at 14 degrees of Capricorn and this generally leads to intelligent decisions.
The energy is there to tap into.