May 29 Mercury into Cancer
June 7 Mercury Rx 3 degrees Cancer
June 17 Mercury Rx into Gemini
July 1 Mercury direct 24 degrees Gemini
Mercury Retrograde is a time of re-thinking, re-envisioning, reorienting – ultimately it is a time of self-reflection and discovering how we can revise methods in order to be streamlined, more successful.
Much more AWARE.
Mercury slowing in the house of Cancer highlights communications at home, between family members, those women who are close to us, also feelings surrounding our Earth.
We sharpen our intuitions and navel gaze into the past – predominately by feeling what is wrong and needs to be changed.
Cancer and Moon rule the stomach, gut instincts will guide you as Mercurial thoughts probe in this house.
Mercury retrograde in Gemini is a rethinking of THINKING ITSELF.
Thought processes, habits re: the cyclical nature of them – or perhaps revision of the scattered non-focused thoughts. Reflection and re-invention of talking, listening, versatility in groups, thoughts before speech, how you communicate and learn.
The gold lies in changing the neural pathways you want to be more positively directed.
Consider where Cancer sets up house in your natal chart.
In mine, Cancer is 7th, so I will also be doing Venusian revision as that is the natural house of Libra.
Apply this also to your house of Gemini, and the natural landlord of that house.
Gemini is my sixth, so all things Virgo will be under the microscope as well.
General Mercury Retrograde info:
Keep in mind, big ticket (home, car, computer, appliance) purchases are a not advised – if you must, also buy the warranty. Contracts can be mis-read or misunderstood, so reading and re-reading the fine print is highly recommended before signing off.
Think twice, speak once.
Mercury Retrograde tends to bring out the truth in all of us – it’s the PoP goes the weasel transit.
It is also the transit for finding lost items – while in Cancer, particularly in the home !
ps. I knew the pic may make a few squeamish – is a Gemini move, teaching.
I like the pic! It reminds me of the little sand crabs we’d search for at Zuma beach when I was a kid and we lived in California (’64-’66). When a wave would recede, you’d see little air bubbles in the sand. Then you’d scoop the sand with your hands, and there they would be! Seek, and you will find with this Rx!
So cool, thank you !
I love critter watching while the waves sing thunder and crash…
My faves are the sandpipers, though I love them all.
I will be seeking many things, indeed.