Read your Astrology Guide to the Week of June 13th: a usable and concise toolkit for the week’s upcoming astrology.
How to make the most of this week 🎯 … As the week begins, Mercury finds its feet in Gemini. This is one of the best Mercury moments of the year — cast your spells, kittens. With the recent retrograde now behind us, and Mercury empowered in its home sign, magic making can begin. Now is the time to hone your mental prowess and dial up your curiosity. File that paperwork, write your project proposal, script your podcast, start your magnum opus (or beat your Wordle high score). Whatever has your synapses crackling — fly toward it.
The adventures of the mind culminate with Tuesday’s Full Moon in Sagittarius. With this Full Moon talking to both Saturn and Neptune, it’s bound to feel both stabilizing and bewildering. Probably in that order. Let the ideals, spiritual paths, and dreams that bring meaning to your life be your arrow. Enthusiastically wander without a destination in mind, in true Sagittarius fashion. Sometimes we need to embrace the mess and mystery of being a soul in a body in this blink of time.
The breakdown 🔮 …
- June 13th:
- Mercury enters Gemini at 8:27 am PT
- June 14th:
- Full Moon in Sagittarius at 4:52 am PT
- June 16th:
- The Sun trines Saturn at 12:13 am PT
- The Sun squares Neptune at 6:41 am PT
- June 18th:
- Venus squares Saturn at 2:32 pm PT
- Venus sextiles Neptune at 9:06 pm PT
Tarot card of the week 🃏 … This week we chose the fiery Sage of Wands (our spin on the King of Wands) to highlight the Full Moon in Sagittarius. This archetype asks you to consider areas in your life where you could step up as a leader, creator, maverick, or facilitator. The Sage is not afraid to delegate or mobilize a group to realize a common goal. Now that your project has momentum, use this Full Moon to tap into its mission statement. What ideals are your guiding stars? What are your long-range plans? How will you get there?
Affirmation of the week 😌 … I entertain the most generative collaborations in my sphere. If I can imagine the future growth of our efforts, I commit. If I recognize that possible partners know how to care for their crops, I say yes. If folks seem more interested in the end result than the process, I press pause.