GEM­INI

May 21 – June 20

Friday - - HOROSCOPES -

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.

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