Gemini April Horoscope
Check in with the stars, Gemini, it's your horoscope for the month ahead!
Lets look at the month ahead in detail, Gemini!
Gemini April Horoscope 2019…
April opens up with powerful celestial weather, as potent Pluto comes into contact with the south node (the point of past karma, and the exit point in our astrological map).
Embrace the major shifts that present themselves, Gemini! For you, these rumblings and transformations may occur in the zone of committed personal relationships, your investments (including savings or material possessions), your shared spaces (including office space) and your sense of power in partnership. You might be experiencing transitions around intimacy and how you bond with others, or your financial position including tax, debts, inheritance or property. Bear in mind that these are long-term developments, not simply confined to April in particular. January’s new moon eclipse in Capricorn and the past two years of Saturn in Capricorn have already touched upon these themes, and the responsible approach you’re now taking in this domain.
Depending on the seeds you’ve sown – the efforts you’ve made towards money and your investment of time and resources, you may now encounter notable developments; be willing to accept them in their entirety.
On the 2nd and 3rd of April the moon will join Venus, Mercury and Neptune in Pisces, and the area of your horoscope governing your public position, career profile and the ambitions you have to carve your path in the world at large. Mercury (now direct in the intuitive, artistic and compassionate realm of Pisces) will be in Neptune’s arms, making it an ideal weekend for going inward to reflect on the impression you make and your direction. Bring acknowledgements and realisations about your public standing full circle.
The New Moon in Aries arrives on the 5th April (at 8.50 am GMT) at 15º of the sign. This is a moment to renew your enthusiasm for group endeavours, your sense of community and place among peers! This includes your company or industry network, crowd activities and friendship circles. Being a new moon you can claim a fresh start for your social scene, however you might not want to wholeheartedly lavish enthusiasm on these broader connections. Sun and moon are in tension at this lunation, as planets gathered in your deep-and-probing investment zone create discord in the skies. You may need to strike a balance between mingling among your people with a partnership, or more serious focus.
Sunday April 7th has the potential to deliver clarity, as your ruler Mercury and stern Saturn align around career objectives and how you’re supported on your path. You could gain a sense of enduring realism and structure, with stars aligned for your worldly position. Consider how your solo efforts and earnings compare with driving ahead in an ambitious duo, and who (or what) are the key factors that enable you to feel capable of advancing. Perhaps it’s your own resourcefulness that’s key, indicating you’re wise to maintain your autonomy and independent efforts.
We’ve an interesting day Wednesday April 10th, as the vibrant sociable sun in Aries comes into tension with responsible Saturn; you may want to engage and enjoy yourself among friends but go steady and anticipate some kind of block that prompts you to slow your roll, Gemini. At the same time, Venus, Neptune and Mercury in your career zone will align with deeper commitments and your stable agenda, inviting you to acknowledge how your private life is nourishing progress. You might want to forsake being present in a group setting in favour of close partnerships.
It’s on this day, too, that Jupiter begins its retrograde, which presses pause on growth in your one-to-one relationships, which have experienced momentum since November 2018; soon after (on the 12th) Mercury clashes with Jupiter, and on the 15th Venus clashes with Jupiter. Two areas of life may be struggling against each other (i.e. your reputation or career and significant others), which has been the challenge for Jupiter since he entered Sagittarius back on November 8th. With planets in Pisces overwhelming his ability to connect, it could be hard to embrace the full potential of Jupiter this year. Jupiter Retrograde offers a chance to think over important partnerships, and how they’re developing and will continue to evolve.
On the weekend of the 13th and 14th the sun experiences tension with Pluto signalling another power struggle (like the 10th), which could again be connected to financial investments or relationships, or a particular partnership that’s on your radar. One promising aspect is that Venus is aligned with Pluto at this time, suggesting that your persona in the world makes it easier to work through any tension. Use the lessons from this recent Mercury Retrograde about how you come across to overcome the intensity – perhaps you learned to meditate, and can now come across as a serene dove, rising above it.
Easter weekend begins with the second Full Moon in the zodiac sign Libra, Friday April 19th (11.12 am GMT). The moon peaks at 29º Libra, and could be a moment to acknowledge and appreciate your sense of playful creativity, or a particular passion project you’ve manifested in the world. It could also be a time of romance, or a fun day to recognise love and what you adore, Gemini! Do have fun!
The sun then moves into Taurus, giving you a chance to escape the everyday demands of work and routine for a more laid-back agenda. Try to clear your schedule a little, making space for more spiritual and grounded pursuits. On Sunday April 21st Venus moves into Aries, signalling an excellent time to embrace community and have fun among friends that have been so prevalent throughout the month! Though it’s a busy time in your social set try to indulge in activities that have a more gentle pace.
Motivator Mars enters your sign on the 31st March, Gemini, and spends April moving swiftly through your most physical and personal house of self. Note you could be raring to go, aside from one day. On April 27th, Mars will clash with Neptune in Pisces in your career zone, so that while part of you is keen to blaze a trail, another side might be keeping professional objectives in check.