Gemini May 22 -June 21

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Gemini May 22 -June 21


Love Is this the year for love? Yes is the answer, so long as you can fit it in, with your hectic schedule and all, although it's important that you do. Your sense of love and commitment may be tested this year, as Saturn will bestow learning about love, no matter what your age, as you can take longer than others signs to mature in this sense.

The flirt will be out, so expect love affairs and bursts of romance, but things may not turn out exactly how you expect. What you can bank on are lots of lessons to learn and there's an awful lot you can give out, too, to help others see your point of view in love. The purpose of a union is making things work as a team and you'll have the energy and steadfastness to put your back into something that you reckon is worth fighting for.

As your public profile soars, you will come into contact with an awful lot of people this year and a lot of you will have fleeting romances. But with this comes a dilemma in love, and do you hold on to what you have, or take a chance on something new. Don't expect a readymade relationship, as Saturn's energy insists that you put your heart and soul into it so that something strong and quite wonderful will flourish.

Work There could be travel on the cards, or even a change of career, along the lines of travel, philosophy, law, the medical world, or higher education. Also look out for connections to the internet. What is being handed to you is opportunity and by using wonderful ideas that pop into your head - in a solid way - in conjunction with this, things will work in your advantage. This is a lucky year of reward and recognition. A word of caution, though, being overbearing or arrogant will spoil this, so keep your sensible head on. As well as branching out in new directions, sticking to your established career path is equally as good. Be inventive, rip up the rule book and combine your natural entrepreneurial flair with the creative energy this planet is giving you. Financial luck may also spring from this sort of attitude, and there will be reward if you take the long-term view.

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