In the transition from Spring to Summer, Gemini marks the end of a season.
It’s the distillation and assimilation of the lessons we experienced from
First Aries (the spark and ushering in something new)
and Then Taurus (committing to, valuing, and sustaining it).
Mutable signs mark the end of a season, they help us harvest what we need for our next growth phase and release the rest.
Gemini rules mental stimulation, learning, and getting to the heart of our truths. Ddepicted by the symbol of the twins, It’s the ability to see both sides of a situation and the perspective we gain through mirroring others.
It is how we assimilate and integrate information; sorting through and distilling it down in order to come into alignment with our truth.
This is a time to honor intense feelings as they arise.
To find the medicine that lies under our rage, resentment, and anger. To find ways to support our unmet needs and vulnerabilities.
To advocate for ourselves through clearly communicating boundaries, responsibilities, and renegotiating outdated roles.
Air signs clarity, foresight, and discernment.
May this new moon provide opportunities for speaking and carrying forward the seeds of our truth.
Have you ever been so busy that you wished you could clone yourself just to get everything done? That’s the Gemini experience in a nutshell.
Appropriately symbolized by the celestial twins, this air sign was interested in so many pursuits that it had to double itself.
Because of Geminis’ intrinsic duality, they’re often falsely misrepresented as two-faced. In reality, however, Gemini rarely has a hidden agenda. Playful and intellectually curious, Gemini is constantly juggling a variety of passions, hobbies, careers, and friend groups. They are the social butterflies of the zodiac: These quick-witted twins can talk to anyone about anything. Find them buzzing between happy hours, dinner parties, and dance floors.
Gemini season begins on May 21, a day that ushers in the heat and electricity of summer.
Gemini is accordingly excellent at guiding change and transformation. These curious twins are terrific pioneers, using their energy to spearhead innovative creative projects.
A fearless thinker, Gemini is always down to try something new. But after they have shared their progressive vision with the world, it’s best to let these twins get back to ideating:
These hyperactive air signs have short attention spans and are most satisfied when they can move fluidly from one idea to the next.
Both Gemini and Virgo are governed by Mercury, the messenger planet of communication.
Despite sharing a planetary ruler, however, these two signs are opposite in their approaches: Gemini expresses emotions externally, whereas Virgo processes internally. Gemini is all about output, so these twins love to chat and often speak with their hands (which happens to be the body part associated with Gemini). Communication is paramount for them, and they require fluent streams of transmission.
the act of expression is often even more important to loquacious Gemini than what is actually being said — and they must remember to be thoughtful with their words.
Another incredible Gemini quality, however, is that these natural chameleons can quickly recover from even the most shameful foot-in-mouth moments. Gemini moves too fast to care about embarrassing missteps: They simply move on.