June 21 – July 21
For the past 12 months, you’ve felt the influence of the planet that’s all about growth, Jupiter, in your sign. It entered Cancer in late June of 2013 and departed, moving to accent your practical and financial life, a couple of days ago on July 16.
While you may have met amazing people, had thrilling offers and made worthwhile changes, you’ve also been forced to recognise what no longer works and, as a result, say farewell to familiar – and often long-standing – arrangements, despite sometimes being unsure what’s next. Your focus from now until August next year will be: What next? You’ll be dwelling on finances. But, equally, you’ll be thinking about what, and even who, is worth your time.
During the rest of July and in August and September, review existing arrangments and plans and explore your options. However, you’re urged to avoid committing to any simply because you’ll want to see what Jupiter’s rare and fabulous alliance with Uranus, on September 25, brings your way.
What’s more, because this influences others too, you may respond to offers and begin new projects with certain individuals or, perhaps, you’ll be spurred on by others’ suggestions, do things on your own. If there’s any challenge for you as a security-conscious Cancerian, it’s the need to move swiftly
You need to move swiftly and make arrangements while still short of facts or you could miss out
and make arrangements while still short of facts. This isn’t your usual way of doing things. But if you aren’t willing to make the most of what seem to be opportunities, you could miss out on exciting ideas and offers. Equally, your instinct will be to stabilise familiar elements of your life, if only until other things are more settled. Initially, this may appear challenging but once you start, you’ll experience an amazing freedom. Better yet, you’ll find the courage to get involved with, and potentially profit from, the amazing range of unexpected ideas that come your way during the last three months of this year and during the first half of 2015.