Lunar Forecast Archives June 2016

Lunar Forecasts for June 4 to 20, 2016

Lunar Forecast for the


This Forecast in effect
June 4 to 20, 2016

The Lunar Forecasts give Daily Horoscopes a greater context.

What ideas do you have that you don't usually share because you believe you'll be misunderstood, ignored or laughed at? It's always a good idea to pick and choose your audience carefully. We tend to ridicule or condemn what is unknown to us. It's all too common these days to receive negative reactions from others when after finding the courage to speak your mind´┐Żor to respond harshly when someone says something we disagree with.

However dialogue is good, even (especially!) when you encounter someone with a different worldview than your own. Sure, there are some pretty extreme and weird opinions zooming around these days, and you don't have to agree with them. But if you just listen with a detached and inquisitive mind (and without the judgment), you have an opportunity to gain some valuable insight. For example, your curiosity might think about how the person arrived at their conclusion. Even if you disagree with it, to them it makes sense, so what kind of reasoning did they use to get there? Better yet, ask them! Dialogue, right? :-)

The trap to avoid is to assume that what you imagine to be true about the other person is actual fact. You might be wrong about them, and that's okay. The point is to try looking at things from the other's perspective, and let your curiosity guide you in exploring what the world looks like in their mind. This isn't about flatly judging whether they're sane or crazy, right or wrong. The point is to establish a connection, find some common ground and show each other the world through one another's eyes. In a way, you'll be creating a new mutual language as you do this. If you can do it without judgment, you'll be surprised what you will discover about the human spirit.

Lunar Forecast for the


This Forecast in effect
June 20 to July 4, 2016

The Lunar Forecasts give Daily Horoscopes a greater context.

You are approaching a crossroads and need to choose which direction you will go from here. You may not be able to change much about what lies down each road, but you can choose which road and the attitude you will take with you. You are challenged to muster all of your wisdom to make these choices. This includes recent learning and insights you have gathered in the last month or so, which can add a fresh perspective to how you view the challenge before you.

How you decide to respond to your current environment, to the events that inspire or distress you, will make a big difference. How you frame, blame or explain your current and past experiences in terms of good, bad, necessary, unfair, transformative, etc, can change your inner (and perhaps your outer) direction going forward. This is true all the time, but what makes this time special is the transition you are in that asks you to choose a direction in this crossroads.

There is a need to acknowledge the discomfort, stress, pain or grief you may be feeling right now, which might be hard to do. However, you don't want to become so immersed in it that you can't function or it distorts your ability to see it clearly. It's important to take care of yourself when you're stressed. On the other hand, it's not always good to run away from it either. It's also important to stay connected to the experience so you can continue to work through it. This is a transformative and transitional time. By finding a balance between staying in versus running from the struggle, you can cultivate inner strength that will enable you to do more with your life. Do what you can to fix the problems and find ways to be at peace with the rest. It doesn't have to be perfect.

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