ASTROL­OGY. | June Stargazer

Living Now - - Contents - by Stella Woods

Win­ter sol­stice – the long­est night of the year. Win­ter is a nat­u­ral part of the sea­sonal cy­cle, and just as na­ture slows down in win­ter, we need to slow down too. Happy Birth­day Gemini! Or­der out of chaos, sen­sual in­dul­gence, keep the home fires burn­ing. June horoscopes.

ARIES:

Pacy, en­er­getic month with the op­por­tu­nity to get lots of things done and make money at the same time. Count your bless­ings.

TAURUS:

Re­lax, let your hair down, take a break, and en­joy your­self. Good things come to those who wait.

GEMINI:

Ideas flow thick and fast, even faster than usual, so make sure you write ev­ery­thing down so you don’t miss out on the op­por­tu­ni­ties.

CAN­CER:

Move moun­tains or pay some­one to move them for you. June prom­ises to be a pro­duc­tive month with plenty of en­ergy to get the show on the road.

LEO:

Un­ex­pected meet­ings and in­sights take you in a com­pletely new di­rec­tion – one that’s ex­cit­ing and in tune with your higher call­ing.

VIRGO:

Slow down, take a break, and throw away your to-do list. The world will keep turn­ing with­out you for a lit­tle while, so let some­one else put in the work.

LIBRA:

Time to as­sert your­self and stand up to any­one tak­ing ad­van­tage of your good na­ture, par­tic­u­larly in the work place.

SCORPIO:

Lucky in money and lucky in love is the prom­ise this month. You will need to make the first move if you want to see re­sults.

SAGITTARIUS:

Fi­nally things are start­ing to go your way and all the hard work of the past cou­ple of years is about to pay off. Don’t lose mo­men­tum.

CAPRICORN:

Good month to fo­cus on re­la­tion­ships, both busi­ness and per­sonal. If you find your­self un­der at­tack, keep calm and stick to the facts.

AQUARIUS:

Leave the past be­hind and start dream­ing of the fu­ture and all the good things com­ing your way. A short break or hol­i­day will work won­ders.

PISCES:

You’re poised in a del­i­cate bal­ance be­tween past and fu­ture, old and new. Only you can make the de­ci­sion. What will you choose and why?

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