The New Moon in Gemini arrives on 30th May 2022 at 9.30pm here in Brisbane (AEST) *click to see the date and time where you live 🙂
Letting Go as Delays Arise and Projects Stall
With Mercury (as ruler of this New Moon) currently retrograde, you’re asked not to push, but instead to embrace a quiet period of withdrawal, which is often necessary before fun times can resume.
The Sabian Symbol for this New Moon is
An Airplane Dives Towards The Earth As Though FallingSabian Symbol: Gemini 10
The symbol gives the sense of a lack of control, an impending feeling of doom; possibly even boredom and the inability to re-inspire oneself.
Patience and surrender may be necessary and the conscious letting go of something lost.
Although Mercury will station-direct on June 3rd, Saturn is slowing and preparing to station-retrograde on 5th June.
Like Mercury Retrograde, Saturn Retrograde is synonymous with delays and it brings likelihood of endings and stalling projects.
For two weeks preceding and one week following his retrograde, Saturn’s heavy, hard and burdensome qualities tend to permeate the air and you may find yourself wondering where the shine has gone, as we move into June.
There’s a feeling that something is changing and you’re powerless to stop it or rush it.
Times like this require us to let go, step into the void and trust the process, which will eventually unfold.
Restrategise / Patience and Diligence bring Success
The New Moon in Gemini marks a potent time to reassess goals and restrategise; including patient planning for the implementation of ideas received during Mercury’s retrograde period.
Mercury’s presence in Taurus (at the New Moon) asks that you do so carefully with focus.
Also that you take responsibility for any repair work that Mercury Retrograde unearthed; including reworking those communication skills.
The Mars/Jupiter conjunction in Aries is motivated for growth and is wonderful energy for new beginnings as long as impulsivity can be balanced with patience and well-considered action.
Self-Discipline and the potential “rolling up of one’s sleeves” will be needed to bring things to fruition, which could include learning something new.
Allowing downtime and periods of rest will see a return of inspiration and allow creativity to flow.