Daily horoscope for June 4, 2022

When Saturn goes retrograde…

One day after Mercury goes direct, Saturn is retrograde. The lesson is a challenge, the challenge is a lesson. Muscles are not built by lifting feathers. When growth is the primary goal, there are no shortcuts. The only way to do it is to do it…that is, the only way to write is to write. The only way to dance is to dance. The only way to love is to love.

GEMINI (May 21-June 21). You are an enviable organization and your discipline is impressive. Here’s a strong urge to break the diet with a crazy move to prove that life isn’t a spreadsheet and you’re not locked to the grid.

CANCER (June 22-July 22). If you’re fashionable late to the party, everyone will notice the truth: the fun starts as soon as you arrive. This is not a performance on your part, however. It’s your responsiveness. Others feel fun around you.

LEO (July 23-August 22). There is something you need and you are willing to endure a lot to get it. But should you? Are you too narrow in your thinking about what will satisfy the need? Could it be completed in a simpler way?

VIRGIN (August 23-September 22). While some close to you are experts in specialties such as stirring the pot and poking the bear, you prefer to use the media for your drama and live a happy, stress-free life.

BALANCE (Sep 23-Oct 23). You are looking for something exciting – a juicy story, an interesting experience, a true friend… The quest will be self-fulfilling. You’ll find what you’re looking for only because you cared enough to look for it in the first place.

SCORPIO (24 Oct-21 Nov). To solve a problem more easily, get to know it better. Figure out exactly what part of the deal isn’t working for the other person. It’s probably a small thing that can be changed.

SAGITTARIUS (22 Nov-21 Dec). The reason a decision has been so difficult for you is that your priorities have changed. Reassess. Once you are clear again about what matters most to you, the choice will be easy to make.

CAPRICORN (22 Dec-19 Jan). You are who you say you are, and you do what you say you will do. Since it is yours, you sometimes take for granted the value it brings to others. Today’s reminder goes straight to your heart.

AQUARIUS (January 20-February 18). The fun puzzle of the day is to figure out how your goals can align with other people’s interests. In doing so, you will need to avoid places where these lenses could collide, rub or become tangled.

PISCES (February 19-March 20). What people don’t understand right away, they will ignore. To grab and hold someone’s attention, use their responses, or lack thereof, to make things crystal clear.

RAM (March 21-April 19). Oh, the curious way history repeats itself! Today works in your favor and gives you the advantage of an accurate prediction, because you’ve seen this scenario before, but it wore yesterday’s fashion.

BULL (April 20-May 20). Don’t worry about defending your beliefs. They will change with new discoveries, developments and information. Focus instead on the values ​​you hold dear, such as fairness and care where it’s needed.

TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (June 4). You will revel in periods of dizzying freedom this year, made possible by contrasting cycles of duty and commitment. Both states have their glories and advantages. Other highlights: a life-changing document, your celebrated participation in a project involving dozens of people and hundreds of moving parts, and ownership. Libra and Scorpio adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 8, 40, 1, 18 and 30.

CELEBRITY PROFILES: The fascinating Angelina Jolie was born when the Sun and Mercury were both in Gemini, a sign of eloquence and sharp timing. Pluto, a force with profound power, figures interestingly in Jolie’s birth chart with both a solar trine and a lunar opposition to the cosmic alien. These aspects speak to Jolie’s passionate intensity, which she currently applies to “Maleficent 3” as well as a film adaptation of the novel “Every Note Played.”

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