May 21 – June 20
While your greatest virtues are your zest for life and inquisitive nature, they can also be some of your greatest sources of frustration. The rather static planetary set-up since late last year has meant things simply haven’t been moving as swiftly as you had hoped and, equally, life hasn’t been as interesting.
The second half of 2014 is another matter entirely. First, with Jupiter, which is all about the kind of exciting ideas you thrive on, having moved into a new sign on July 16 so that it’s now positioned to bring new life to your conversations and encounters, you’ll have plenty to think about, discuss and explore. And, while the presence of energetic Mars in the most creative – and romantic – part of your chart during the year’s first half has made you more aware of life’s joys and pleasures, it begins a cycle of rapid movement, and from late July shifts the focus on to practicalities, work and getting things done.
Make getting out and about your priority, and by Jupiter’s rare and fantastic alliance with Uranus, planet of innovation and the unexpected on September 25, you’ll be involved with There’s more to discover so you don’t need to turn potential arrangements into solid plans yet people and plans that, only months before, wouldn’t have seemed possible.
Others might encourage you to turn potential arrangements into solid plans, but your instincts will correctly tell you there’s more to discover and more people to meet. Besides, with two eclipses in October shaking things up, you’ll want to ensure your arrangements are flexible. That prepares you for perhaps the most important day of the last half of the year, which is the pivotal Gemini Full Moon on December 6. By then you’ll have enough options to choose from, both in terms of activities and those with whom you pursue them, that you’ll be ready to make some commitments.