This lunation of 3 in your fourth solar house will focus on your home and the relationship you have with the members of your family. You may have a family reunion soon by the way. On another note this month of June may represent the end of a cycle for the people who have the same decan as you do but also a brand new start for you during full moon.
This month you will get to spend more time with your children (if you have children) or creating. You may take them to the movies unless they'd rather go to the parc or on a climbing wall. If you are single you may fall in love with someone who is the perfect match for you.
You may just enjoy staying at home with your family. Maybe for dinner or to celebrate something with them?
Mercury will boost your creativity, you will use your skills as a spokesperson or as a writer in order to communicate your ideas to your audience or clientele.
This month you will have to be very careful with the way you talk to your kids or you may just argue. Be ferm but not too authoritarian.
Jupiter is in harmony and you are lucky again and life is good. So make sure you party hard, dance, laugh, and share it with your family.
During the week of 2 Mercury is in harmonic aspect and will help you adjust to circumstances and act pretty fast, which is good for business and when you have to travel.
With Venus in dissonance with your decan in the week of 2, stop trying to replace the lack of love in your life by material things, chances are it will probably not be the best option.
Good aspects of the Sun show that during the week of 16, you are very healthy and confident! Make sure you show your skills and your creativity.
Original, friendly and avant-gardist, your zodiac sign is an air sign connected to Uranus, symbol of modernism, rapidity and freedom...
Symbol of originality and rhythm, Uranus is connected to our intuition and what we do for our community...
Your zodiac sign is determined at the time of your birth, by the position of the sun in the zodiac.
Dates are changing each year because the position of the Sun is ruled by season and not by calendar dates.