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Your Monthly Horoscopes: June 2018
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Your Monthly Horoscopes: June 2018

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June is an interesting month as the heavens push us to communicate with vulnerability and honesty while also holding onto our idealism. The energy is nearly chaotic as it ebbs and flows, sometimes highly emotional and passionate, and at other times completely cerebral and detached.


It's a dizzying and sometimes confusing blend of energy that's tricky to get a hold of. But regardless of whether or not you can make sense of everything that's swirling about, the key is to act on what feels right to you and you alone, even if it looks strange to others. Mars the planet of action and drive is in the revolutionary sign of Aquarius and on June 27, he turns retrograde, allowing us to review how willing we've been to march to the beat of our own drum and how brave we feel about standing in our own uniqueness even if we're misunderstood.

The axis of Leo - Aquarius reminds us everyone in the collective gets to shine, and that without our willingness to stand out and be different, progress comes to a standstill. This month, challenge yourself to be in the chaotic mix and respond to in ways that feel authentic and true to you regardless of what's expected. In doing so, you'll see exactly what you're made of and how far you can go despite what the world may tell you. Click through the gallery below to learn what June has in store for your love, health, and career according to your zodiac sign:

Aries

June is a month of reflection and appreciating how far you've come since the beginning of the year, Aries. After slaying dragons and leveling up like a boss during the last six months, you get to wind down a bit and pay attention to your needs. If you've been feeling overworked or stressed from the amount of heavy lifting and obstacles you've had to overcome, use the first three weeks of June to decompress your mind, dump it out onto paper, document, and release your thoughts, as opposed to carrying it all in your head. Health is maintained by creating to-do lists that keep you on task but also leave you time to daydream and connect with your upcoming vision of the future.

Use the energy between June 5th through 7th to connect with close friends that you can confide in about what you want manifest next. The desire to lay low at home will be strong until around the 13th when Venus in Leo moves into your House of Romance and Creativity, pushing you to go out and fall inLovewith life again. It's okay to play, Aries. You're learning how to strike a healthy Careerand home balance that doesn't leave you drained or missing out on important family occasions. The Full Moon in the 28th will point out old patterns around your work that may have to be surrendered so that you can feel both fulfilled and challenged by the work that you do without it taking over your life completely.

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