Mercury enters my seventh house tomorrow for a brief, two-week stay.
I’ve been especially annoyed by the Librans in my life over the past year or two. Typically, I understand Libra natives because I have Libra as a rising sign and we share a lot of similarities. However, I don’t believe I’m lazy or wishy-washy. I do believe that many Libra individuals can be both — especially when a workhorse like me is around to do their jobs for them.
Anyway, having Mercury in my seventh house should make me want to get along with everyone, including the lazy Librans who have had me thinking murderous thoughts throughout the pandemic. “Café Astrology” describes the transit as follows:
“You tend to weigh the pros and cons of every issue during this cycle, taking into account others’ needs as well as your own. Some indecisiveness is possible now, simply because you naturally entertain opposing viewpoints. You have a strong desire to cooperate and communicate with others now. You feel most comfortable spending time with people on a one-to-one level, or with those with whom you share a personal history. Your own thoughts become clearer through dialogue with others. You may be doing public relations work, counseling, negotiating, or arbitration during this cycle. There is a lot of emphasis on communications with partners and best friends at this time. You can use the power of words to advise others or to make peace with people in your life. You are more diplomatic than usual during this transit.”
That’s not a bad forecast! If I can “entertain opposing viewpoints” during this cycle, maybe I’ll be less annoyed people who can’t make up their minds. Sometimes I just want a straight answer from people, and that’s not always likely when I’m dealing with the waffling Librans in my life. It makes me wish that they were more like that icon of Libra jurisprudence, Judge Judy. I often just want the person in power to make a decision so that we can all move forward. That’s not always possible when a Libra is in charge!
I guess the solution to that dilemma is to become the one in charge. Maybe that will happen soon. As I keep mentioning on this blog, my chart is getting better every day after a rough couple of years. Like Judge Judy herself, I just need to find the right venue in which to feature my talents for the whole world to see. Soon . . .