Happy June, darling Aquarius. The end of May brought blessings to your love life, as relationships saw abundance and growth thanks to the influence of sweet Venus. However, if you’re still waiting for the right moment to ask out your crush or your partner to marry you, anytime after Friday, June 3, is ideal. On that date, Mercury retrograde ends, which means travel, technology, and communication should flow more leisurely, and pesky exes should return to where they came from.
The strict planet Saturn goes retrograde in your sign, Aquarius, starting on Saturday, June 4. There’s no reason to stress as people do when Mercury goes retrograde; Saturn’s retrograde lasts for over four months, so you’ve survived plenty before. Because Saturn is such a disciplinarian, the theme of its retrograde is always to review our own rules and boundaries. Because this one falls in your sign, in your 1st House of Self, the next few months require lots of contemplation. Yes, having a therapist and good friends can help you make decisions, but the wisest person you can consult on setting boundaries, whether they’re with family or at work, is yourself. When messenger Mercury enters its home sign of Gemini on Monday, June 13, you’ll find it much easier to get in touch with your inner thoughts, and if you need help, consider trying meditation or tarot.
Tuesday, June 14, brings a full moon in loud Sagittarius. Everyone will have an opinion on something today and be ready to gossip. Your phone will likely blow up today because people look to you as a leader (they do, Aquarius). But it is within your rights, your boundaries, to turn it off, spend the night happy, calm, and alone reading or watching TV, and catch up with friends on a less dramatic day.
Next week, on Tuesday, June 21, brings the start of Cancer season and the Summer Solstice, the longest and sunniest day of the year. Cancer season brings out the caretaker in everyone, so expect to socialize and enjoy the weather and hopefully even take a vacation. But, it can also bring out summertime sadness. Because people turn to you for wisdom, you may find yourself working on boundaries during this time. If there is a limit to how often you see your family or can listen to a friend whine about their partner, that’s okay. You can kindly yet firmly state your boundaries.