Sun Into Cancer 6/21/14 - Summer Solstice

Sun Into Cancer 6/21/14 - Summer Solstice

Yes, the “livin’ is easy” as we greet the Summer Solstice, Saturday June 21, 2014. Besides being the longest day of the year, in the Northern Hemisphere, it also means the Sun has moved into the sign of Cancer, the Moon ruled 4th sign of the Zodiac. This Water sign is emotional, moody, nurturing, concerned with home and family. I think Cancers make good actors – all those deep, vibrating feelings can be released by playing out their secret selves on stage. We will all be under this sign’s sensitive and caring influences until July 22, 2014.

Your own personal Sun sign might be different, but, you can still take advantage of some of Cancer’s influences by paying attention to your instincts or thoughts you can’t put into words. Don’t let the antennas wilt. Heightened awareness can provide useful information about people, places, things. At those times when dark moods prevail, don’t overeat while trying to make it better. That type of fix is always just temporary. Your frame of mind will change soon enough.

And, of course enjoy the homey, comfy company of family and friends with backyard or neighborhood pot luck events. Loving and feeding them ice cream is all part of the program. Fun stuff!

* June 21, 2014: Sun in 1st degree of Cancer, Summer Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere - 3:51AM PDT / 6:51 AM EDT

*Gemstone – Emerald * Power colors- silver, pale gray (Moon colors) *Body Part – Breasts

(The year is already half over – what are you going to do with what’s left?)

BTW: For Moon children (those w/ Cancer Sun or anyone w/ Cancer prominent in their birth charts - rising sign, Moon sign, etc), Jupiter, the planet of luck, big ideas, big dreams and abundance will be transiting your sign until July15, 2014. Keep your eyes open for opportunities that come your way. Make sure they’re authentic, (the Brooklyn Bridge has already been sold many times) and enjoy the good times.

 

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