The Astrology this week is fiery with some exciting surprises during the mid-week followed by some unexpected hiccups to end the week.
Summer is in full force this week. Whether we are out of town or planning our travels, our thoughts and our focus are largely far from our daily routines.
While curve balls of unexpected situations might be thrown at us this week, we are likely to be ready to take on whatever comes our way even to the point of calling out to the universe: ‘bring it on’.
This week can have us frolicking in the summer fun, oblivious to the mundane world, except for one impinging moment that could briefly bring the party down.
As we come into July, we may be gearing up for summer fun. Whether we choose to travel on holiday or take time for a staycation, our interest focuses on enjoying ourselves with the proverbial ‘hot fun in the summertime’ [to borrow from Sly and the Family Stone].
As the lead up to the long Independence Day weekend in the US, this week can have us focusing on home and family matters all in preparation for holiday parties and social gatherings.
With the Sun exiting Gemini to enter Cancer at the time of the Summer Solstice on the 20th and impacted on the same day by the Sagittarius Full Moon with the Sun in the last degree of Gemini and the Moon in the last degree of Sagittarius, the Summer season certainly bears the imprint of ‘go for the gusto’ and living for the day.
This week is the first week of the summer season, a time geared for recreation and fun activities.
If we don’t lose our way through diversions and distractions, this week can be a good time for sorting through, cleaning up our act and then stretching our wings.
Despite the high intensity and fast-paced backdrop of the two weeks begun with this past Saturday and the Gemini New Moon, this week can largely be a pleasant and creative time for us.
June starts off and continues through the Spring season in a most bonker-type style. Things may level out as we come towards the end of the month.
This week is the unofficial start to Summer, and we might look to extend the long US Memorial Day weekend past Monday further into the week.
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This week in the US is the run-up to the long Memorial Day holiday weekend and the unofficial start to the summer. We might be more interested in our holiday plans and summer vacations than taking care of business.
This week may be slow starting as we savor ‘Spring fever’, but the energies ratchet up at the end of the week with a push to get our motors running.
Whether graduations, school reunions, marriages or other family celebrations, this week is primed for fun get-togethers and reconnections.
This week is the first full week of May and a buoyant week at that. Whether it is ‘Spring fever’ or a strong dose of optimism, we can be operating on all cylinders and ready to take on the world with various forms of seed plantings.
The first half of May concentrates on the plant seeding and the physical rebirthing that goes along with nature at this time of year.
This week is the last week of April and the beginning of May. It’s also the start to the second of this year’s four Mercury retrogrades [normally, there are three Mercury retrogrades per year but, lucky us, this year we have 4].