Whether you’re in a relationship or simply right-swipin’ your way through the city, Jonny's resident astrologer Brooke, from Various Friends, has some handy advice.
When Venus moves into Gemini sparks will fly. Not from the lovemaking (though that does happen later), but from the very flirty and witty banter that’s about to go down. Those nights where you think to yourself “We just had the best conversation” or “I am literally the next Hank Moody”, Venus in Gemini may have lent a helping hand.
Venus – the planet of love, romance, beauty and finances – is on the hunt for intellectual conversations this month. She couldn’t have timed it better since it’s also the social, curious and flirty Gemini season.
She wants you to say yes to invitations and let your social self shine. Take value in conversations and communication with others. Connect with like-minded people and brainstorm ideas that feed your soul.
Mid-month, the full moon in Sagittarius may see you striking up a conversation with a beautiful foreigner. Or at least a date to your favourite exotic restaurant. Remember that witty banter? It may turn into deep and meaningful conversations.
Attached? Couples this month will need to focus on communication. What do you really need to say? Take the illumination of the full moon to shed light on the deeper meaning and purpose behind your relationship.
Single? With all these flirty conversations, use the full moon to find balance between who is right and who is right for now.
Gemini loves to talk, we get that; however, is it for the right reasons? Geminis get bored easily; they love the thrill of constant stimulation. Be aware of gossip and jealousy this month. Whatever you say, make sure it’s the truth as it will come back around tenfold.
This month is the time to lay everything out on the table and have fun – charm is on your side.
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