again, i'm not real into elements but rather actions.
as to the elements and how they might be interpreted, there is benefit to vagueness and so, not mine, but the source i referenced might be somewhat fuzzy yet somehow on target. both a "beneficial event" & that "success will be yours" could relate to either your current position at work or early retirement under consideration. that there are "happy days ahead of you" could refer either to pending retirement or satisfaction with the work at hand. i don't know what to make of the litigation (possible) silliness but the "business gossip" might very well be your own wondering of what collegues at work might think of you were you to surrender your practice. the "mystery to be solved" could very well simply be your own pending decision.
as to the bit of "controling your passions", that could speak simply to the inner conflict likely existing and that you might be dealing with concerning your desire to retire vs justification in your own mind of having chosen to work your field of endeavor which, in light of retirement, brings into question: does retiring deny the validity & history of my chosen career?
does giving up being a doctor invalidate my having been a doctor?
taking the high road always leave more room to fall.
"off with their heads"~~dr. joseph-ignace guillotin
"life should begin with age and its privileges and accumulations, and end with youth and its capacity to splendidly enjoy such advantages."~~mark twain - letter to edward kimmitt 1901