Seer Sive’s Gemini Horoscope

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June

June looks like being an up and down month, some flashpoints to watch out for but also some great opportunities to shake off some of those lockdown cobwebs.

On 5th June, the Sagittarius full moon and lunar eclipse will infuse you with its impulsive energy. Don’t be surprised if you’re even more spontaneous than usual under this influence. In fact, your mood may border on impatience – perhaps with an occasional flash of anger – because this lunar eclipse will challenge you to maintain your cool as emotions rise. There’ll be some fun on the cards too, however, as you let off a little steam.

Your ruling planet, Mercury, begins its second retrograde of the year on June 18th. From now until mid-July, the usual Mercury retrograde rules apply – communications are apt to be misdirected or misunderstood, so take nothing for granted. Three days later, the Cancer new moon arrives with a solar eclipse. Adventures of all kinds are favoured now, although your tendency to jump in headfirst won’t wash this time. Personal responsibility is a major theme of this eclipse and thinking things through properly is a good place to start.

June 30th brings an important long-term aspect; Pluto and Jupiter form a harmonious alignment that values personal growth and increased insight. This will likely be a good time to pursue career goals in particular, but all kinds of objectives are possible now if you put some thought into what you really want from life. This event is the second in a set of three, so there will be another chance to capitalise on any progress you make now during the last one, in November.

For Singles: You’ve been cooped up too long, Gemini, but impatience rarely leads to good decision-making. New love is likely this month, but it’s not a race. Take your time, you’ll be happier with the end result.

For people in a relationship: An insecure period in your relationship seems likely this month when your partner’s attitude surprises. It seems you can’t take anything for granted. Get down off your high horse and listen with an open mind – there are opportunities for a deeper understanding.

 

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