A loved one has recently shared a very special, very cherished and very secret dream with you â€“ and you're beginning to think that you can actually help make it happen for them, or at least get Stage One on the road. Well, whether it's a place, an object or a new experience, since you're in the mood to pull out all the stops and get it done, go for it. Your heart is in charge now, and it won't be dissuaded.
GeminiMay 21 – Jun 20
You just can't beat teamwork, at least not on Monday. You'll get the most done (and have the most fun) if you can partner up with others and work towards a common goal. On Tuesday and Wednesday, though, those alliances could become troubled (maybe someone else is trying to take charge?), and you might have trouble making sense of someone's agenda. On Thursday and Friday, expect an unusual influence â€“ probably from a conversation with someone charismatic. You'll see things differently and could be inspired to take radical action. This weekend, focus on the big picture and your own creativity, and don't fret just because things aren't crystal clear.
A Mercury-Mars opposition on July 5 puts you on the offensive, and you take issue with other peopleâ€™s opinions and statements. You love a good verbal brawl, but keep in mind that not everyone else wants to debate things as much as you do.
A Mercury-Jupiter retrograde square on the ninth gives you a lot of ideas, but getting distracted or not paying attention to details makes it difficult for you to finish what you start. You have so much potential, which makes it even more frustrating when you fall just short of what youâ€™re capable of.
The moon takes a trip through your sign on July 9 and July 10, putting your brain on high alert and supplying you with a whole bunch of new ideas to explore. Isnâ€™t it nice to have so many options that you arenâ€™t sure which one to start first?!
A full moon lunar eclipse is in wacky Aquarius on the twenty-seventh, so youâ€™ll need to get creative when closing out old accounts, finishing projects, or trying to reach deadlines on time. When your original agenda doesnâ€™t pan out, just switch over to Plan B (which is sometimes even better than what you thought up originally).