GeminiMay 21 - June 20
KnowGemini Wknd Scope March 24 – 26, 2023
Gemini, as the Moon is still in the pleasure seeking sign of Taurus during Friday and Saturday, you may be feeling extra reflective and introspective. Make some space for yourself. On Friday Mars moves into the nurturing sign of Cancer for the next two months, after having spent 7 long months in Gemini. You’ll be more focused than usual on your finances and resources. Use this transit to reassess your values and priorities, and focus on building a more stable and secure financial foundation. Also connect with your body and your need for pleasure and sensuality. What helps you feel safe in your body? On Saturday night, the Moon moves into the exchange loving sign of Gemini, inviting you to appreciate who you are and to honor who you are becoming.
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KnowGemini March ’23 Scope
Key Themes: Career, emotional healing, spiritual connection, emotional spaciousness, closing cycles
Dear Gemini, March will be one of those months that turns everything upside down. You may not recognize your environment (or even self) on the other side, but you can trust you’re on your way to a magical place.
We begin the month with Mercury (your planetary ruler) entering Pisces on March 2nd. This powerful transit activates your sector of physical manifestation/career/finances. Pisces rules all things spiritual, and while that might almost seem like two contradictory energies – you’re being invited to recognize that’s not actually the case.
On March 7th, a major astro event furthers this theme for you. Saturn will be shifting out of Aquarius, into Pisces. You’re on a clear path of learning how you can incorporate spirit, passion and play into all of your endeavors…even tasks like completing tax returns! These next two years may see a shift in the nature of your work, as you align your career path with your soul desires.
This transit also means you’re wrapping up a major cycle regarding travel, life purpose and/or truth. It’ll be a good time to reflect on where your life was 2.5 years ago, and the many specific ways in which you’ve grown wiser.
This shift might feel quite charged, especially as we have a Full Moon in Virgo on the same day. If you’re feeling more emotional than usual, honor this. This moon activates your sector of home, family and emotional safety. If you feel inclined towards spending time in solitude, cancel your plans and create space for yourself. This can be an act of self-love.
On March 16, Venus will enter its home sign of Taurus (until May 11th). Venus is very comfortable here, and the collective tends to feel it. You might experience this as a feeling of more gratitude and love for everything around you, and now will be the perfect time to express that to anyone who needs to hear it!
On March 20th the Sun enters Aries, initiating Aries season and the start of a new astrological year. This potent energy tends to kick things up a gear, and the winds of change may start to churn. In fact, they almost certainly will with our Aries New Moon on March 21st. The first New Moon of the astro year, this one will be key for setting intentions over the next twelve months. Activating your sector of community and belonging, it could be a powerful chapter to share with loved ones or a group. Why not join your local (or online) New Moon circle?
A few days later (March 23), we have the third major astro event of the month. Pluto (planet of radical transformation) will leave Capricorn, to enter Aquarius. This cycle began all the way back in 2008, and is finally coming to a close. Gemini, because it was activating your sector of life purpose, you may have experienced more turbulence (but also growth!) than usual during these last years.
The Pluto cycle isn’t completely wrapped up though… a few more retrogrades mean Pluto will revisit Capricorn (June 11), transiting back and forth until completely moving on (November of 2024). We haven’t had this kind of slow transit between the two signs since the 1700’s, where we saw all kinds of global revolutions. This is big Gemini, And you’re ready for it.
Ruling Planet: Mercury, the Planet of Communication
Where You’ll Find Them: Launching a podcast, couch-surfing around the world, or learning how to code
What They Avoid: Overly emotional situations, routines, clingy people
Gemini is the third sign of the zodiac — the sign of the Twins. When you’re talking about a Gemini, you’re in essence talking about two (or more) people, merged in one. Gemini is all about duality and multiplicity, which is why they’re like a chameleon, always changing. This can be both frustrating and fascinating to outsiders, but to Gemini, it’s all they’ve ever known. It’s who they are. Gemini is ruled by Mercury, making them social butterflies and eternally curious students who view the world as their classroom. Gemini loves to read, talk, write and communicate in as many ways as possible, with a huge variety of people and cultures. Not all Geminis are outspoken, but they all have a constant stream of thoughts running through their minds.
For that reason, Gemini can be extremely restless, emotionally, intellectually and physically. It’s important for Gemini to have a creative and physical outlet for their outpour of thoughts and ideas. It can be a challenge for Gemini to stick to one profession or job — they tend to have more than one job at once or switch into new jobs pretty frequently. That’s because Gemini is the jack-of-all-trades who tends to be good at everything they try. Gemini’s mission is to stick with something long enough to be better than just “good” at it. Their free-spirited nature can make them very hard to tie down, and Geminis seek freedom and space to breathe and create above all else.
As friends, Gemini is the type of person who will introduce you to new ways of life and take you to places you’ve never been before. Gemini is very open to meeting new people, and this can sometimes make them appear to be superficial or two-faced because they flitter like a butterfly from one social group to another. But for Gemini, variety is the spice of life, and boredom is their ultimate fear. Still, even if Gemini is quite popular, they still can be selective when it comes to whom they view as their best friends. There is an introspective and introverted side to Gemini that they fiercely protect.
Friendship is often Geminis strongest suit, so when it comes to romance and relationships, it takes more effort on their end. That’s because Geminis aren’t naturally comfortable with vulnerability, emotions or sensitivity. Geminis can be known for being the flirts of the zodiac, playing the field when they’re single (and sometimes even when coupled), and shying away from commitment. But keep in mind that Gemini is the sign of The Twins, meaning that there’s another side to them that’s not frequently talked about by astrologers. Deep down, Gemini seeks to meet their twin flame and soulmate — their other half. That’s why Geminis may flutter around during the earlier parts of their dating life. But once a Gemini falls in love, they do have the ability to remain committed, as long as they don’t feel like they’re being played or taken for granted. With Gemini you never know for sure what you’re going to get, but it’s all part of their charm.