I hope you are navigating through the Mercury Retro fun. I have been contacted by so many people regarding help with the turmoil this cycle is causing lately, (I made a quick 8 minute video here, if you need a quick overview). We still have another week of this cycle and an additional week of "shadow time" where the energies are still felt, to a lesser degree.
My advice is to not quit your job, end your relationship or burn bridges. Journal your feelings and if you still feel the same way in 3 weeks or so then go for it. But this is the cycle to give yourself time for reflection, not the time to take action. It goes without saying, but I will say it anyway, if you are in an abusive relationship then don't wait. You should leave immediately if you are being abused or are in fear of your life. If you need help finding resources or can't get any help, call the police, don't wait.
I'm speaking more for those people that just feel suddenly the spark is gone in their marriage or the people at work don't appreciate them. These are the types of unsettled feeling that come to the surface during Mercury Retro. People also break things, loose items, orders are late or misplaced, etc. People are also more likely to put their foot in their mouths or send emails to the wrong people.
What to do?
Just be aware and ride the tide. Check and double check your stuff. Don't wait to get petrol, air up that tire or throw out the directions. Journal your feelings and see how you feel later. Mostly everything will work out fine, but why cause more stress for yourself?
Take care and feel free to share any stories you may have of 'Mercury Fun' below in the comments section.
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