HOROSCOPES – Georgia Nichols

Your stars for June 2016

Aries (March 21-April 19)

Your daily pace will accelerate with a jam-packed schedule of short trips, errands, visits plus increased time spent writing, studying and reading. You are keen to enlighten others with your point of view, which makes this a strong time for those who sell, market, teach, act and write for a living. If you can travel or take a vacation, this will satisfy your restless urges.

Taurus (April 20-May 20)

You’re the financial wizard of the zodiac. You’re good with money! In fact, many of you work in banking. This month, you’ll ponder your values in life, especially in terms of money and movable property. Take a realistic look at how you handle your possessions. Do you own them or do they own you? Your possessions are supposed to make your life easier, not the other way around. Mend, repair and take care of what needs to be done so that you feel proud!

Gemini (May 21-June 20)

The Sun is in your sign giving you a chance to recharge your batteries for the rest of the year! Put yourself first. (If you don’t take care of yourself, you will be of no use to anyone.) Expect to attract important people and favourable circumstances.  Because you will project yourself onto others with enthusiasm, you will make a positive impression! Promote your own agenda; ask for what you want.

Cancer (June 21-July 22)

The Sun is ‘hidden’ in your chart, which means you want to hide as well. You might work alone or behind the scenes. Because your birthday is close, your personal year is drawing to an end. Why not use these moments of seclusion to strategize what you want your new year to be all about? Set goals with deadlines because that’s the most effective way to achieve your dreams.

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)

Your popularity rating will soar this month because the Sun will energize the part of your chart relating to friendships, casual relationships and anything to do with clubs, groups and organizations. This window of time will be ideal to work with and cooperate with other people. All group efforts will reward you, which is why you should socialize extensively. Because your idealism will be aroused, many of you will become involved in charities and efforts to make the world a better place.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)

The Sun is at the top of your chart, which makes you high viz. in the eyes of bosses, parents, teachers and VIPs. And they think you’re great! Put your best foot forward and ask for what you want because you’ll probably get it! Do not pretend to be something other than what you are because the truth will come out. Many of you are more involved with a parent. Examine your life to see if you’re going in the direction you want.

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)

Do whatever you can to broaden your horizons. Break free of your routine and give yourself a change of scenery! Talk to people from different backgrounds. Learn something new and be open to adventure. Many of you will take a new course of study or a new hobby, which is a great idea. Some of you will be more involved in metaphysical, religious and spiritual journeys.

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)

You’re looking at an intense month ahead! One reason for this is you will be more in touch with aspects of yourself you often ignore. You will take things more seriously because you want to experience life on a feeling level, not just an intellectual understanding. You have an increased focus on psychological self inquiry plus a greater focus on shared property, inheritances, finances and anything jointly held.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)

This month the Sun is as far away from you as it gets all year. Since the Sun is your source of energy, you will feel tired. Another thing this oppositional Sun will do is force you to study your one-to-one relationships. You’ll question which relationships do or don’t fulfill your needs. This is a good time to consult experts: lawyers, doctors, psychologists, counselors or astrologers.

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)

You are hard-working. Your believe, ‘No pain, no gain.’ This month you want to work as efficiently as you can. As you set these high standards for yourself, they will also apply to your health. That’s why this month is a good time to explore anything that boosts your energy and benefits your body. After all, if you take care of it – it will take care of you.

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)

Get ready for a playful month ahead! You will feel lighthearted, playful and flirtatious. Sports events, social excursions and fun times with children will please you. This is an excellent time for a vacation. You will also enjoy the arts: music and theatre. Basically, the next four weeks are the time for you to be yourself without fear or apology.

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)

You want to feel thumb-sucking cozy among familiar surroundings. This is why you will cocoon to escape the insanity of the world around you. Family reunions and plans will be important. But this will also be a time where you will do some self evaluation, especially as you ponder your role in the family and the subtleties of the relationships you have with family members.

 

 

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