Cancer New Moon and Solar Eclipse June 21, 2020 – Freedom Vs Restrictions

The Cancer new moon on Sunday, June 21, 2020, is a solar eclipse. The main influence on solar eclipse June 2020 comes from the planet Saturn, causing an imbalance between personal freedom and responsibility, between self-expression and restriction.

The new moon June 2020 solar eclipse joins a star that gives initiative and enthusiasm, but also a tendency toward pleasure-seeking, impulsiveness, and recklessness. So this is an eclipse phase for a patient, cautious and responsible attitude. But flexibility and open-mindedness are also needed as you adapt to changes in the level of restrictions in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The world is opening up but BE CAREFUL !

The strongest and most important aspect of astrology is Sun conjunct Moon. It means all possibilities are on the table and you can rightly put yourself at the forefront of new plans for the future. This is the ideal time to make a fresh start, so write your new goals on paper. Question your old habits and behaviors as you search for new and inventive ways to make progress.

So balancing personal freedoms against responsibility and restrictions is a major theme for this eclipse. But when these two events occur at the same time, they build on each other and their influence is amplified by an order of magnitude. Undoubtedly, the Solar Eclipse on June 21st is one of the most powerful Eclipses of the decade.

This Solar Eclipse is an Annular eclipse.

Annular Eclipses are Total Solar Eclipses, so the Moon completely overshadows the Sun; however since the Moon is farther from the Earth than usual, it appears to be slightly smaller than the Sun, thus creating a beautiful ring of fire.

Eclipses put us back on track of our destiny, when we go off track. They do this in two ways: either through creating new opportunities (North Node eclipses) or by “digesting” past experiences (South Node eclipses).

The Solar Eclipse in Cancer is a North Node eclipse – so it comes with opportunities. Anything is possible when we have a North Node Eclipse. A North Node Eclipse is when the Universe gives you a green light to do whatever you want. But be mindful of your choices. Because there will always be a payout – usually at a future South Node eclipse, 6 months from now.

Now we know that the Solar Eclipse in Cancer is a North Node Eclipse that comes with opportunities.

Solar eclipse quincunx Saturn creates an imbalance between what you want to do and what you have to do. Your freedom or self-expression may be hampered by certain restrictions and obligations. The mix of freedom versus restriction is likely to change during this eclipse phase. So it is important to be flexible, adaptable, and open-minded as you adjusting to greater or fewer responsibilities or barriers to progress. Hard work, patience, self-restraint, and self-discipline are also needed.

You may have to take the time off work because of an illness or to look after a sick family member. As a result, your career may suffer. On the other hand, extra responsibilities may be placed on you at work that means you have to miss out on something important in your personal life. Feeling constantly torn between competing responsibilities can also lead to increasing tension. In extreme cases, it may all seem like too much to bear, or overwork could lead to physical exhaustion or illness.

Trying to find a compromise is difficult but even minor adjustments may restore balance. Avoid wasting valuable time by procrastinating. Take one thing at a time and focus on your most important responsibility first.

How is this going to affect you? Read the post before this.

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