This year’s recession season has been and will continue to be very intense, as we now have a total of 6 planets in recession. Neptune joined the group on June 22nd/23rd (June), well, we all generally feel quite contradictory.
At the moment, the planets that are withdrawing are Neptune, Mercury, Pluto, Venus, Jupiter, and Saturn. Mercury and Neptune are the last two of these 6 that were downgraded, and none of them have planetary aspects, which means that their downgrading periods will generally be quite positive overall. Contrary to what we are used to, Mercury is not too chaotic at the moment and on the contrary, offers success and perhaps even happiness to many of us.
Most of these planets will continue to retreat in the coming months, and some have been in decline for some time. However, Venus will disappear immediately on June 25, which means that your reign is almost over. Since May, Venus has taken us seriously and has made it difficult for us to show our love and receive it as a whole, but don’t worry, things will get better.
As Venus continues to fly straight ahead of us, we will soon be able to finally get rid of the problems of the past that we have dug up and work to finally get rid of the karmic problems that we have allowed. I know this may sound a little confusing but stay with me. This receding Venus has undergone many different energetic changes that have brought us to a place in our lives where we see things much more clearly.
All these planets have worked together, but they have also been in conflict with each other. Some may make you feel that something is missing, and others may make you feel that you have to do too much and slow down for the moment. Take one step at a time, and if you need a break, don’t hold back. Take all the time you need.
The king of astrology wrote the following about Neptune and it goes in the opposite direction:
Neptune’s retrograde transit is a regular cycle that lasts 160 days each year in opposition to the Sun. Like all the outer planets, it is less worrying than the retrograde transit of the inner planets, which are rarer. Neptune retrogresses 40% of the time, compared to Mars in 9% and Venus in only 7% of cases.
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