Gemini Horoscope: December 2017
Lost and found
December might feel like a blurry month to you thanks to being swept away by the confusing ramifications of several different transitions in your world. Just remember that no matter what happens this month, it's preparing you for a whole new world of possibilities in 2018.
A Full Moon will fall in your sign on December 3, making you much more emotional than usual. This Full Moon will be at a harsh square to ambiguous Neptune, now in your career sector. As a result, it's possible that you will feel more confused than ever about your career direction and goals. You may feel as if you're not in the driver's seat of your destiny and that you're drowning in the results of your past choices. If you are unfulfilled in your profession, it's important to be honest with yourself now and recognize that there is more of a chance for you to make productive changes once you stop being so afraid to stare deeply at your current divine discontent. The more you try to avoid this, the more painful it'll be. Also, the more you try to avoid this, the more likely it'll be that decisions will be made FOR you and not BY you. That will hurt.
On the same day, Mercury, your ruler, will turn retrograde in your partnership sector and remain out of phase until December 22. The good news is that you and your mate will have an opportunity to clear up any misunderstandings between you. The bad news is that misunderstandings between you are more likely now. Focus on listening more and deciding less during the next few weeks. In business matters, don't sign new contracts with potential partners. Instead, focus on asking questions and doing as much research as possible. Most importantly, before you speak up about anything that can have a long-term effect on a close relationship, be sure to let your thoughts marinate. It'll be far too easy to come across as a self-righteous know-it-all.
In addition to all of this, Saturn, the planet of lessons and maturity, will move into your 8th House of Joint Finances on December 19 and remain here until December 2020. While it's true that you'll need to rely more on your own resources than others, knowing that you can pick yourself up from your bootstraps at any time will be one of the most empowering lessons of all.