Key themes: intimacy and vulnerability, the value of your time, tenderness within your groups, family dynamics, stepping out of your comfort zone, wellness and health rituals, adventure, professional opportunities, connection to the body’s needs

Dear Libra, we kick off the month of June with the planet of abundance and expansion joining forces with the point in space that guides us toward what they call destiny. You know that you can’t be truly intimate with others until you’re truly intimate with yourself, and this has everything to do with how you connect with our body and your sense of self-worth. Recommit to getting deep.

The Full Moon in Sagittarius is happening on the 3rd at 11:42 pm EST in your area of communication and daily activities. The value of your time will be highlighted, the way you go about your schedule, and if it govern you or if you have control over it. Your most precious asset is your time, and it must be protected. So even when there are many people waiting on you, remember that you are the center of it all. Work on prioritizing, and avoid misdirecting your energy.

On the 5th Venus moves out of the nurturing sign of Cancer and into passionate Leo, occupying your area of community and friendships for the next four months. A whole lot of affection will be rushing in from your posse. Open up to receiving all the goodness. If there are people you’ve been meaning to reconnect to, this will be the perfect time to do so. Say yes to the invitations. Many minds coming together is what can feed the fire of your creativity right now.

Pluto moves back into Capricorn for the last time in our lifetime on the 11th, here we’ll have a chance to collectively go into a deeper review of the structures that have been proving to no longer work but that we insist on trying to maintain. This may show up more personally in your life within your connection to our home and those that came before, what it means to put down roots, the power you hold within your assigned or chosen family dynamics, and if you’re able to say no even when it feels uncomfortable or others feel like you’re letting them down.

Also on the 11th, Mercury enters the sign of Gemini where it feels most at ease, this happens in your area of journeys and higher learning. The next couple of weeks will be a time to come alive with conversations that can increase your capacity for knowledge. You want to learn new things, follow that curiosity and let it take you out of your comfort zone and into whole new ways of thinking and experiencing the world.

Saturn will go retrograde in the sign of Pisces for the next five months on the 17th in your area of work, health and wellness routines. This transit that began in March has been facing you with the need to commit to the exercises, practices and daily rituals that help you find balance between mind, body and soul. This is a time to review how you’re showing up for your life and yourself. Is it time to move on from the kind of burnout cycle that keeps you from seeing the bigger picture?

On the 18th, the New Moon in Gemini becomes exact at 12:37 am EST, and you’re being called for an adventure. If you haven’t set yourself on the physical, spiritual and/or academic adventure that the Sun and Mercury in Gemini have been inviting you towards, now is certainly the time to take the leap.

Cancer Season comes rolling in on the 21st when the Sun enters its nurturing sign, followed by Mercury entering Cancer as well on the 26th, shining a light on your professional life and long-term goals. This will be the perfect time to check in with your career, public life, and ambitions to see if they’re emotionally aligned. Professional opportunities will come your way. Don’t say yes just because it sounds good on paper, let your intuition guide your decisions.

The month comes to an end with the beginning of Neptune’s annual five month retrograde period in your area of work, health and daily rituals. Check into your relationship with your body and the way your work impacts it. Examine how you may be dissociating in order to withstand capitalism. Find ways to come back to yourself, to reality, to the present. Cultivate nurturing and tender practices that can substitute your need to disconnect.