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What The Mercury Retrograde Means For Your Zodiac Sign

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We're currently in the midst of our first Mercury Retrograde of the year. The planet of communication, learning, and travel has dipped back into dreamy, intuitive Pisces until the 28th of the month. Expect a dip in your energy levels now that we have quite a few planets in this sign, including the Sun and Neptune, which can make our minds a little foggy. You may feel a lack of direction right now due to the Piscean mutable energy. However, you are encouraged to surrender to the flow right now as this Mercury Retrograde gifts you the opportunity to reconnect with your soul and to receive the next steps for your journey.


Be gentle with yourself and others, as this is a highly sensitive time. Focus on developing your psychic gifts through meditation, divination, or dream work. Your inner world will be very active over the next few weeks. Try to keep a journal to record your experiences or to simply release the overwhelm of emotions that you're feeling during this empathic time. Overall, this Mercury Retrograde can be a beneficial factor in helping you gain the closure you need surrounding situations in which you've played the role of victim or martyr. It's time to revamp your perspective when it comes to using boundaries that empower you and contribute to healthier interactions with others.

Check out the horoscopes below to help you navigate this Mercury Retrograde:

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Mercury Retrograde brings your focus to home and family matters over the next few weeks. You may be planning to return to your roots at this time or in the near future. If you do plan on traveling this month, make sure to dot your i's and cross your t's. Double check your bags before leaving and give yourself plenty of time to get to the airport. For the most part, you'll probably be more interested in secluding yourself in your own humble abode. This is a great time to revamp your space so that it feels like a sanctuary tucked away from the chaos of the outside world.

Emotions are tender over the next few weeks. Any unresolved issues with a mother figure or your family as a whole may be triggered during this time. Be gentle with yourself as you explore these feelings and restructure the way that you process your emotions. Maybe you grew up in a household that didn't allow you to express the more sensitive side of yourself. Avoid playing the blame game by accepting your family's dynamic for what it is and choose to empower yourself by shifting the narrative that you were raised to believe.

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