This Week’s Horoscope
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All About Gemini (May 21 – June 20)
Moving toward Gemini, we find a sign that orients itself towards the small stuff, specifically information. After Aries, and Taurus – fire and earth – Gemini is the process of understanding through the compilation of a wise perspective of information, and a sign that insatiably curious about life and learning. The key is to understand that Gemini must seek information; it is the first sign to be operating on the mental function, and once it has been learned, the Gemini will have learned about itself that much more.
The information must not be fixed, as to being just one opinion about anything – it has to be flexible enough to upgrade to the most recent version of the truth about anything. In that, the
Gemini always keeps his or her perspective open, as to allow new opinions to be introduced and become a part of the Gemini’s repertoire.Gemini’s are the type to be reading more than one book at a time;
Gemini’s are the type to be reading more than one book at a time; because their attention span is so very short, and can include many different subjects under the same roof.
Mercury is the ruling planet. The mythology of Mercury is truly close to Gemini’s purpose. Mercury, the winged messenger, always flew around the galaxies delivering messages to ports far and wide. So is Gemini – always seeking and sharing its information that it finds.
Associated body part. The hands and the lungs. The lungs are where we get our air to talk and the hands add the dynamic of making a point.
Associated body part: The ruler is Mercury, which rules the lungs and the hands. How perfect; the lungs fill with air in order to deliver an idea or thought; and the hands are the extension of the voice, gesticulating to make a point.
The issues of challenge: to not get too steeped in one opinion, and stay open to new ideas. Adding to too many opinions, to confuse.
The issues of joy: The expansion of one’s viewpoint to be allinclusive in its own opinions. To realize that other people can be right, and get joy from the information they receive that wasn’t their own.