July 2013 Vedic Astrology Horoscope

Mercury Retrograde in Gemini – June 26-July 20

A retrograde planet appears to be moving backward relative to our position on Earth. It can be compared to a slower moving car that we pass on the highway. Although it is not actually moving backward, it appears to be doing so based on our speed. The retrograde planet is not really keeping up with the pace of our life on earth. This causes us to go back and pay close attention to what it is doing.

Mercury Retrograde in Gemini – June 26-July 20 – VIDEO

The retrograde planet interrupts the visible things it produces, both mergemas a karaka (natural indicator) and as a house ruler (as the houses are related to the forms a planet produces). It is the interruption wit those things the specific things the planet rules that keep getting our attention, causing us to “reflect” on that planet – to go backward – inward, toward its deeper meaning – and slow down more with it.

A Mercury Retrograde Plan
All planets appear to go retrograde (except the Sun and Moon), but Mercury retrograde happens with more frequency, usually 3 times a year on average. Because Mercury rules so many things important to human interaction (especially now in the “information age”), his retrograde cycles can seems to really mess us up.

Six things to keep in mind:
~ Pay attention to what you communicate – be thorough!
~ Don’t assume others “get it”.
~ Double and triple “spell check”.
~ Be wary of new technology intense projects (and be very thorough if you undertake a new massive load / data migration, etc).
~ It is a good time for editing what already exists
– See more at: http://www.mydailyastrology.net/join/news/mercury-retrograde-in-gemini-june-26-july-20/#sthash.QIrgTHUg.dpuf

There are many interesting twists and turns on the way for July 2013, including mercury turning direct after a retrograde cycle in Gemini – and an exact Jupiter aspect to Saturn (and Rahu) in Libra – helping to open us up to greater relationship ease and healing.

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