Gemini [May 21st to June 20th]
#MeTime: Last week, I talked about shutting up a stubborn thought that won’t go away. Let me give that “thought” (or knowing you—a set of “thoughts”) a different name: passion. Generally the mind, a focal point for you, looks for symmetry, even in situations where there ain’t any. Passion, on the other hand, is asymmetrical and doesn’t have a ratio—it’s irrational. This week, the Mars-Venus square off in the ebony sky along with a lunar eclipse will charge your passions and help you make the decisions you need to make now. It will become more apparent that your passions may take you in a different direction than bouncing back in forth between ideas that either seem pro or con. It’s choosing what’s compelling and transcends either pro or con.
#Heartstrings: You’re about to become very Gemini over the next couple of weeks. What that means is that your lovers, family, friends, colleagues and neighbors will see how much you’re willing to take risks to experience new ideas and new ways of being at a speed and variety that will likely leave them bewildered. You’re not responsible for their bewilderment. You can use that almost as a mantra, actually, especially when some may be convinced that you’ve lost your right mind. This week may mark the beginning when you do lose some of your right mind to fulfill some new self-development or career goals only to gain more of your heart and passions. Please remember to keep your compassion for those who are bewildered without embracing their bewilderment for yourself.
#MoneyMoves: If you took even one step in one direction last week then this week becomes a whole lot easier because the passion pushes you along the right groove. The hard part is likely to be trusting that that passion is important enough. Change is on the way, Gemini, and there aren’t a lot of ifs, ands or buts about that though you might thrash for all three. The question is HOW you’re going to make this change. Are you going to attempt to solely rely on reason? Or are you going to dance around the issue for a while? Or will you trust that you can use reason to map out your options but allow your passion to steer you a bit more? I’d go toward the latter, if I were you.
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