With Mars retrograde winding down, you’d think things would be getting easier. But the ending of most retrogrades usually gets more intense before it finally releases. And on Monday, June 20, we have a rare and powerful Summer Solstice with a Full Moon, which charges things even more.
So hold on until Mars goes direct on June 29 or 30 (depending on where you are in the country). In many ways, holding on without expecting things to go as we’d like is the only sane thing to do over the next nine or ten days. Read More