JUN 21 - JUL 22

Changing Habits

Cancer, the month gets off to a powerful start with a solar eclipse in Sagittarius and your lifestyle sector on December 4. This potent lunar phase, which is also a supermoon, can stir up your routine and alter your priorities. Things that were once important may no longer seem so significant, and this is because you’ve changed.

Perhaps you want to start your own business or you’re looking for a new job or lifestyle that better suits your inclinations. Whatever happens around this time could encourage a shift.

Feisty Mars moves into Sagittarius on the thirteenth, so any restlessness you feel may continue. You’ll be in seeker mode, and this could last for some weeks. The upshot is that it might lead to some fascinating opportunities that you never would have discovered otherwise.

The full moon on December 18 takes place in a private zone and could be a call to simplify your day. This might be one of the better times to go on a personal retreat that could bring deep insights and vivid dreams.

Luscious Venus turns retrograde in Capricorn on the nineteenth and remains so until January 29, 2022, which could influence certain relationships. Agreements and deals could be rethought, as could other committed bonds.

The sun’s move into Capricorn on December 21 can throw a spotlight on all your relationships, giving you some vital feedback. The coming four weeks or so are your chance to make improvements, smooth over difficulties, and explore the potential in new friendships or partnerships.

December 23 is a key date because sobering Saturn angles toward energizing Uranus for the third time this year. It could signal the final step in a process that has gradually freed you from certain difficulties. There might be one or two things to do now before you can throw off those shackles forever.

Finally, jovial Jupiter moves into Pisces on the twenty-eighth, encouraging you to think and dream big. The future is yours.

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