There are sooooo many posts on social media with the hashtag #mercuryretrograde. Even Taylor Swift once said, "it would be better to blame Mercury retrograde for mishaps like delayed trains or wrongly sent emails".
Although Mercury retrograde is universally despised, it's important to remember that this experience truly isn't the end of the world. After all, it only takes place around 3 to 4 times per year, which means Mercury retrograde is already a familiar experience to you and an integral part of your annual solar journey!
This retrograde lasts around three weeks and has a way of dredging up unresolved drama from your past, especially if a conversation has been left on "read" for far too long. As Mercury begins its backward tailspin across the zodiac, it brings attention to unsettled situations, providing a platform to gain closure and leave the past behind you.
Here are our Dos & Don'ts for the coming period:
From our hearts to yours - TGC Team.
This Aries season, we have two new Moons. The second one on April 20th is coupled with a hybrid solar eclipse, a combination of a total eclipse and an annular eclipse, and its effects will be felt worldwide. Eclipses are times of revelations. They shake up our world and show us things we'd rather not see but must become aware of to evolve. Here's our deep dive for you.
Since Monday, it's cosmically really going on. In addition, a partial solar eclipse is scheduled for the new moon in Taurus – which is why some of us might fear an emotional meltdown. Totally woo-woo? Not really: A little more mindful behavior is never wrong.
On Saturday, the full moon rises in the zodiac sign Libra. This Full Moon, also called the Pink Full Moon, provides - after the best day of the year on Tuesday (thank you, Jupiter-Neptune conjunction!) - harmony, balance and possibly even luck in love. We'll show you how to get the most out of this special constellation of stars and make this magic work for you.