Beneficial Thought: Feel Passionate and Energetic When Mars Enters Gemini

Posted on April 20, 2017

If any of the retrogrades this month have been getting you down, take a big breath, and relax. Then, prepare to tap into some energy reserves over the coming weeks, as life in slow motion is about to come to a screeching halt and go full steam ahead in multiple directions at once.

On April 21, warrior Mars enters the air sign of Gemini. This is the best of both worlds when it comes to energy. And unfortunately, it′s like enabling Jekyll and Hyde with a full forced army. So let′s talk about that today, and how to embrace the passionate energy while staying grounded when Mars enters Gemini.

Mars in Gemini – Jekyll and Hyde Get an Army

Gemini gets a bad rap, so does Mars sometimes. So today we are going to talk about how to stay grounded when gale force winds blow into every area of your life, all at once, with warrior energy. That′s the best analogy of Mars in Gemini. This isn′t necessarily a bad thing. Life has been slow for a while with Mercury retrograde, Venus retrograde, Pluto retrograde, Jupiter retrograde, and Saturn retrograde. Intense, but slow.

The warrior-like and energetic transit of Mars in Gemini arrives on April 21 and lasts until June 4. Finally! You have the energy you have to move forward on a few things. Unfortunately, you will also have energy that wants you to move forward on everything all at once. This just isn′t physically possible, even if you want it to be. There will be frustrations.

In this transit, we have the passionate warrior planet Mars who does not let anything or anyone get in his way, for anything. This planet will enter Gemini, the mutable sign who, on a good and even on a slow day, is going in multiple directions at once. Gemini is symbolized by the Twins for that reason, and is often compared to Jekyll and Hyde. With Gemini, you often do not know what you are going to get.

Gemini is often all over the place, very easily distracted, and it makes it difficult to focus. So imagine the energy that arrives when the warrior planet enters the most distracted sign. It sounds like chaos, it can be, but you can also get a lot done. All you need is some tips on how to stay focused and grounded and stick to your mission. We′re going to get on that in a minute.

The Good, the Bad, and the Sometimes Ugly

One good thing about Mars in Gemini is that the driven and focused energy of Mars is scattered a little bit. So Jekyll and Hyde definitely get an army, but their mission statement is a little bit unclear. This is only a bad thing if you are sending out your troops without a plan. That′s when it can get ugly.

There are also some beautiful things to be had here. Having a lot of energy after the slow month we have had is a wonderful thing. With Mars energy being a little more mutable and flexible now, you can now disperse some of that energy into different places, without worrying about everything all at once. Gemini can be a little bit reckless, so you have to keep an eye on where you are putting your energy.

Mars in Gemini transits are going to produce more car accidents, road rage, tiny little mishaps, and sometimes big mishaps if you are letting your temper control your day. That′s the bad and the ugly of this transit. The good is that Gemini is very intelligent, a quick thinker, and very charming. As quickly as you may come across the odd mishap, will be as quickly as you can get out of it as well.

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Christine Beswick

As a Scorpio, I’m a natural empath, using my watery emotional side to bring you the astrology answers you need to find abundance. My favorite tools of choice are the stars, as it was my grandmother who first told me many moons ago that’s where all the answers were. And my Scorpio side favors writing as my medium of choice to express those answers. When I’m not pondering life’s big questions, it is my dream to one day be the crazy cat lady on my street. Read More by Christine Beswick