There is a motto in astrology that says, "Universal judgement overrides individual judgement". In these agitated days when the world is uniting to fight the pandemic, read our prediction carefully but always be aware of the indications of the authorities.
Mercury has been in shadows for a few days, and on the 18th it will start its second retrograde of the year. This will affect your area of romance. Therefore, the matters you’ve been dealing with, arguing over or talking over these last few days will resurface by mid-July. It’s not all said and done, even if it looks that way now.
There might be some misunderstandings with your partner or beau, as the moon in Aries gives you a somewhat “aggressive” air when defending your opinions. But you’ll quickly realize you’ve overdone it when expressing yourself, and you’ll try to refocus the conversation through kindness and love.
When it comes to family, arguments continue, and so does your stubborn point of view (which might be clouded by tricky memories). The thing is, at times, our memory plays tricks on us, and our memories might not reflect what actually happened.
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The astral atmosphere might awaken in you a religious or spiritual vocation or calling. You might become interested in joining an order, organization, association or group. You might even sign up for a spiritual retreat or think about becoming a monk.
Venus retrograde keeps making you question your consumerist habits and ponder on how purchases are a trick and how they don’t really bring happiness.
Your finances are stable and, if you decide to spend on anything, it will be towards improving your home or going out for a meal at a restaurant with your partner and/or children.
Gluttony and laziness will take over you, and you might overeat. You will have no remorse “it’s just one day”. That’s alright, Pisces, so long as you stick to that rule and only do it once in a while. Otherwise, it becomes just an excuse to stay in your comfort zone, but if that’s the case, you’re only fooling yourself.