Sorry I got this up
Sound the alarm! Bust out your Google cals! Dust off your vision board!
You will now be entering the gate to clear astrological skies! Beginning Feb. 3, 2022, at 5:13 p.m. (EST), all planets in our solar system will be awake — or direct! This is major for a few different reasons.
From tonight through April 29, 2022, at 8:38 a.m. (EST), you’ll have an easier time making things happen — both personally and professionally. That’s nearly three months! Let’s take a peek into what that can mean for you.
What’s a retrograde?
If you’ve followed the basics of astrology, you’ve heard of the dreaded term “retrograde.” Mercury retrogrades are the most common, as they happen several times a year. However, contrary to popular belief, a retrograde does not mean it’s the end of the world or that you have an excuse to be crazy, chaotic or a downright trash human being.
Planetary retrogrades are optical illusions from our viewpoint on Earth, but they do have very real effects on our daily lives. Whichever principles the planet rules will end up being reviewed and reassessed; we also tend to see delays and stagnation around those themes. Situations and people from the past often pop back up during retrogrades, too. Oh, and you can actually use retrogrades for good!
Let’s get moving!
When retrogrades are taking place, we inevitably have a slower pace to life. However, as soon as Feb. 3 hits, we’ll be back on track and gaining speed! Mercury, the planet of communication and the mind, will quickly pick up the pace — and that means our lives will pick up the pace, too. Venus, the planet of relationships, will also have recently grabbed an espresso and jolted back to life. This means all of the delays, stagnation and hiccups you’ve experienced since early December will start to fade from view.
Make that money
Use the time ahead to focus on your finances, business plans and career goals. You’ll be able to pivot directions and be more confident in a path forward. All financial decisions, investments and purchases will be made on firmer ground — but, as always, be sure to consult a financial consultant or accountant about your choices if you do not previously have experience making them.