Aquarius Monthly Love Horoscope

Because the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of June in your romantic sector, the solar spotlight is always on matters of the heart and all things romantic at this time of year. Yet even before the Sun returned a lot of water had passed under the bridge and even more is set to pass after he leaves on 21st June, making this part of an ongoing journey. Last month began with Mercury having just returned to your romantic sector but the dwarf planet Ceres in the final days of a 10 month deep dive into your heart's needs and priorities, something that you are still benefiting from. Mercury was still here when the Sun returned but in retrograde motion was just days away from retrograding back out. However, not before having spent the first three weeks of May working to give your heart a voice and to put heart and mind on the same page, while in retrograde motion holding the doors open to the past and second chances. While the Sun will begin the month on his own here, Mercury's direct turn on 3rd June will see him return on 14th June, a week before the Sun is due to leave. This means that when the Sun does leave on 21st June, Mercury will be there to carry the torch that has been passed from planet to planet since Ceres returned in July 2021. Over the coming months that torch will be passed to first Venus next month and then more significantly Mars, who will carry the torch for an incredible seven months, from August 2022 to 2023. So while the solar spotlight is always on matters of the heart in the first three weeks of June each year, this time this is part of a much bigger story or journey. The Moon, which begins the month in your romantic sector and just wrapping up a New Moon late last month will return from 26th June to 28th June. Meanwhile, with no planetary activity on the relationship front, the Moon's visit to your relationship sector from 4th June to 6th June will offer a chance to check in.
You don’t always have to have a practical purpose hidden behind your little journeys, now do you?