NOV 22 - DEC 21

Creative and Adventurous

Your creative zone is a joyful place, Sagittarius, especially as dynamic Mars and jubilant Jupiter continue to move through it. You’ll be excited by so many ideas and relish sampling new experiences. Don’t limit yourself. There is a whole world out there for you to explore.

The sun is in Gemini and giving your relationship zone a boost. You’ll find the weeks until June 21 very upbeat, sociable and fairly busy. Your partnership can benefit from a willingness to talk things through. It’s time to take stock of your life as a couple and enjoy plenty of brainstorming opportunities to resolve any ongoing issues. Your interactions with others could be more plentiful too.

Shape-shifter Mercury moves into Gemini on the thirteenth, followed by charming Venus on the twenty-second. Both of these planets can enhance your friendships, work and business connections and closest relationships.

With a full moon supermoon in your sign on June 14, feelings could be at a peak. If you’ve recently reached a major milestone, this can be a time of celebration. It can also be a chance to let go of any habits that aren’t working for you, relationships that don’t contribute to your happiness and anything else that is holding you back.

Your focus might intensify as the sun moves into Cancer and your sector of finance, business, change and transformation on the twenty-first. This four-week experience can take you deeper into yourself. You’ll realize that everything is energy, and this understanding can help liberate you from difficulties and crises caused by habitual thinking and emotional blocks.

If you really want things to be different, then harness the power of the new moon in Cancer on June 28. This might be one of the best times to connect with a life coach, counselor, therapist or someone else who can help you move beyond your limits. You could become wealthier, happier and healthier as a result.

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