September 27, 2021 Mercury will station retrograde for his final cycle of the year, until October 17th in the air sign of Libra.
All of 2021, Mercury has retrograded through the air signs (Aquarius, Gemini and now Libra), which is the element he is most comfortable. Due to his comfort level here, the strength of the retrograde cycle is felt more intensely.
The air element is all about how we think and process, representative of our intellect. Mercury is the planet that rules over our communication, how we absorb and share information, the way that we express ourselves verbally and in writing. Mercury also governs the areas of travel and technology.
These are the areas that tend to create some havoc on our schedules and our souls, while Mercury is retrograde.
Don’t despair! This is a time of stepping back, slowing down and reassessing. As long as you remember to take your time, think things through, and allow certain things ‘to just be’? You will make it through just fine.
Personally, this retrograde cycle could have you soul searching and at a very deep level at that, due to planet Plutos involvement. Metaphorically speaking, Pluto is the planet of death and rebirth, renewal and transformation.
Pluto brings stuff up from the trenches of our soul, our psyche. We are going to be presented with situations/circumstances that allow us to excavate and purge, to renew and transcend. This can feel deep and raw, sometimes painful but the ultimate goal of Pluto is to rise again even stronger than before.
By the part of your soul map, your astrology chart, we look to the house(s)/area(s) that contains Libra to see what could potentially come up for you.
In the video above, we go through more on what this retrograde cycle is all about. What you may be working through, presented with.
Follow along by your rising sign for most accurate horoscope. If you don’t know your chart/rising sign, visit astro.com and draw your chart for free.
Take good care of yourself under these intense energies.
Ground, breath, go inward and reflect.
More importantly, don’t forget to dance, play, laugh.