Georgia Nicols horoscope: June 2014

Your stars for June 2014

Aries (March 21-April 19)

This month is perfect for a short trip because you want a change of scenery and to learn something new! This is a great time to take a course or start a new study. You will notice your daily pace is accelerating with increased activities and a general sense of excitement. Expect fun, thrilling times ahead!

Taurus (April 2-May 20)

As the Sun shifts signs this week, it draws your attention to cash flow, earnings, investments plus shopping and major purchases. Many of you will focus more on your possessions or something specific that you own. At a deeper level, this placement of the Sun is an opportunity for you to see how well you are using your wealth and possessions. Does what you own help you or hinder you?

Gemini (May 21-June 20)

This week the Sun enters your sign to stay for four weeks. This happens only once a year. When the Sun is in your sign, it attracts people and favourable circumstances to you. It’s a fortunate time! Make the most of it. It’s also a good time to take a quick report card of your life. How well are you doing at the art of living? What kind of grade would you give yourself?

Cancer (June 21-July 22)

This month is the perfect time to think about what you want your new personal year to be all about. Look back over the last year. How do you want things to be different in your year ahead? What do you want to introduce that might be beneficial or expand your world? Studies show people who are successful know where they’re going. They set goals, with deadlines. (The true litmus test.)

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)

You will enjoy friendships more and many will join classes, clubs, groups and associations this month. But know this: It’s important that you respond to these opportunities because in the month ahead, your interactions with others will benefit you. Iif you share your ideas, hopes and dreams for the future with others – their feedback will help you, literally or financially! Try it.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)

This is the only time of the year when the Sun is high in your chart acting like a spotlight on you that is favourable and flattering! This means you easily impress people in authority. It only happens once a year and you have about a one-month run. Why wouldn’t you use it to promote your agenda or go after what you want?

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)

Just when you are hungry to learn and discover new things, along comes travel opportunities and a change of scenery. Yay! Profound discussions about philosophy, religion, politics and lofty ideas will appeal; plus you will talk to people from different backgrounds. Pursue publishing, media, medicine and the law.

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)

Now is the time to write a will and wrap up loose ends with inheritances, insurance matters and shared property. These are mundane issues you will find easy to take care of because as you tackle them – they fall into place quickly. Another area that will be highlighted is your sex life. (Did I hear laughter?) This sexual boost is because your passions will be aroused. Expect a memorable month!

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)

You will need more rest this month. In addition, the polarized position of the Sun will focus your attention on partnerships and close friendships. It will be an opportunity for you to see how to improve these relationships. Remember: For a relationship to be successful, you must be as good for your partner as he or she is for you.

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)

You are a worker. It’s not that you don’t enjoy having fun because you do. To put it another way, you like to make your time count. This month, you want to be efficient, effective and productive will increase, which is why you will tackle To Do lists and tasks and focus on your job. You will get great satisfaction from whatever you produce. Venus still promises fun, parties, romance and social schmoozing.

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)

Lucky you! Once a year, the Sun takes four weeks to move through the part of your chart linked with love affairs, romance, vacations, the arts, parties, social affairs, sports events and playful times with children. Yup, all the fun stuff! That time has arrived. So get out your social calendar and plan to meet people for fun occasions. Participate in sports and make more time for your kids. Look sexy because new flirtations are around every corner!

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)

This is the time of year when you are focused on home, family and your domestic life. You will entertain more at home and be more inclined to see family members or have the gang over for a barbecue.You might relate to a parent more than usual as well. Get as much done as you can because in four weeks, you will flee your home to party and go on a vacation!

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