Mars!

How to navigate this tricky transit and protect your energy

When: October 30th, 2022 – January 12th, 2023

What: Mars retrograde in Gemini 

Takeaway: When Mars is retrograde in Gemini, the frustrations stewing on a collective level get processed through our communications. Resist the pressure to weigh in on every issue of the day. Reflect more than you react. Protect your energy. Your future self will thank you for it. 
 

What you need to know

Today, Mars stations retrograde in Gemini, marking one of the most important moments of 2022. Mars represents a blade, decisive action, severing. And when the warrior is in the sign of the twins, our wit can be our shield or our stumbling block. During this time, pens and keystrokes are our swords, and flexibility is our skill to practice — though we must be careful not to scatter our energy reserves too far and wide. 

Gemini is the zodiac’s ultimate cross-pollinator. With its influence, our ideas travel as far as the wind is willing to take them — but so do gossip and toxicity. So this Mars retrograde offers us a moment to reflect on what might be antidotes to those poisons.

Now, Mars stations retrograde every two years. When that happens, it appears to move backward in the sky from our point of view on Earth. Because Mars is the planet of confrontation, any time it makes its tactical retreat, we are invited to scrutinize our anger. Our heat must find outlets of release. Our rage refuses to be written off. While Mars is retrograde from October 30th, 2022 to January 12th, 2023, it will prompt us to defang every last thought pattern or inner script that blocks our potency.

Because this Mars retrograde is in Gemini, it will be well-spent deconstructing the thoughts, beliefs, and ideas that inflame our overheated world. READ THE FULL POST HERE.Android users click hereCopyright © 2022 Chani Nicholas, All rights reserved.
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