Retrograde Do’s and Dont’s

Get your ducks in a row and you shall survive

As we go into Retrograde today, until Mid June, expect massive energy interference.
Common things NOT to do are, signing contracts, submit important documents, make big purchases and do not start large projects. You will probably find technology will play up. Already my computer has crashed and my car is signalling a fault and the mechanic cannot find it. I am ignoring it till later next month. So if you see me parked on the side of the road, just wave!
According to Astrology Zone. It is easier explained like this. Because Mercury is the planet situated closest to the Sun, its orbit is much shorter than Earth’s. About three or four times a year, Mercury speeds past Earth, and that is when we experience a Mercury retrograde period. If you were in a car and another car passed you, you could tell it was going faster than you. But if it slowed down and you then passed it, it would appear that that car was going backward. Then when the other car speeds up and passes you again, it kicks up all of the dust in the road. As Mercury speeds by, it is like a train flying past, creating a powerful, turbulent gust of “wind” in its wake. The turbulence and disruption Mercury creates when it retrogrades can affect what we feel on Earth in our everyday lives.
This is a time to check and recheck. Mercury rules anything that begins with “re”: redo, reassess, repair, repeat, redesign, or revisit. It’s always human nature to want to hear that new opportunities are coming our way, but we do need to focus on the quality of our work and improve it to the best it can be. Often this is a better use of our time than continually chasing the newest idea. Mercury retrograde allows you to be thorough and perfect your performance.
During the next month check and recheck, it is a perfect time to plan, if you are writing something, a great time to edit.
Have your ducks in a row and you will get through it!

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