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Jupiter is Retrograde - What to Prepare for

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Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system, will be in retrograde in fiery Leo from December 8 to April 8, which will have an impact on different areas of our lives.

With its retrograde motion, Jupiter warns that it's time to compose our emotions and finish the tasks we've begun. Long-term promises need to be avoided because they will be difficult to fulfill, something that everyone will see.

During Jupiter's retrogradation phase, you need to think more before you act. Be prudent with your words and don't say anything that surpasses your abilities or the expectations of the people around you.


In the next 4 months, our sensitivity will be higher than normal and it is possible for typical everyday events to seem more vivid and dramatic to us.

In astrology, Jupiter is the planet of luck but its retrogradation does not necessarily mean that we will lose it, rather that we will have to search for our happiness by putting in greater efforts.

In this period, it is appropriate to focus on our spiritual growth and listen to our inner voice more. By April 4, we need to finish the tasks that are under the patronage of Jupiter - faraway journeys and education.

If you are a student, now is the time to finish your school projects and if you've been planning to travel abroad for a while, it is time to do something. However, your travels will be incredibly tiring.


You may also renew your contacts with people that for one reason or another have drifted apart from - whether due to distance, obligations or you simply have not had the time.

Since Jupiter is the sign ruler of the zodiac sign of Sagittarius and is moving in retrograde in Leo, the backward motion will have the greatest influence on these 2 fire signs.

The retrogradation of Jupiter does not lead to such severe consequences as the backward motion of other planets of the horoscope. All that's asked of us is to be more concentrated and not to take anything too far.