What influence does the Moon in Gemini have on a woman?

Quelle est l'influence de la Lune en Gémeaux chez une femme

The Moon in Gemini is full of surprises. Are you aware of its impact throughout your menstrual cycle? We'll explain!

What is the Moon in Gemini?

The Moon's cycle lasts 29.5 days, about 2.5 days per sign. In astrology, we say that throughout its cycle, the Moon aligns itself with the different signs of the zodiac. There are other cycles in the world, such as the cycle of the Earth and planets around the Sun (this cycle lasts 1 year), or the Earth's rotation, which means a turn on itself (which lasts 1 day). Thus, the lunar cycle and astrology determine the way you interact with each other on a daily basis.

Moon in Gemini and the menstrual cycle

The menstrual cycle lasts about 28 days, more or less depending on the woman. It's made up of different phases: menstruation/the menstrual phase, the follicular phase, ovulation and finally the luteal phase. All these phases trigger different emotions and energies in women. We explain the link between menstrual cycle and the Moon !

The Moon in Gemini during menstruation

During your period, it's time to rest. Even if you seem to have your energy boost, respect the rest your body needs before starting your cycle on the right foot. Negative emotions such as sadness can also creep in: don't panic, this is just a passing thing, accept it and all will be well.

Take time to identify the reason why these emotions arise, and then get rid of them for good. In your mind,inspiration is dominant. This is an ideal time to fine-tune your ideas and plans , and give yourself every chance of achieving what you have in mind.

Moon in Gemini during the follicular phase

The hibernation phase is finally over. The sportswoman in you can't wait to get back to training, and if sport isn't your cup of tea, take advantage of this phase to discover new things and get out of your comfort zone: why not try some new disciplines?

Yoga is ideal for relaxation. Emotionally, however, optimism seems to be gradually fading, giving way to discouragement. Beware, however, of overwork, as nervous fatigue could set in...

Moon in Gemini during ovulation

This is your luminous phase, and you take advantage of it to express your emotions and let yourself shine in society. A happy mood and reassuring thoughts finally take control of your emotional flow.

This is the perfect time to listen to your instincts and ride this new wave of enthusiasm... without forgetting to be on the lookout for any signs your body is sending you. Your projects from previous phases of the cycle are finally seeing the light of day, and it's time to celebrate.

The Moon in Gemini during the luteal phase

Unfortunately, the luteal phase is no picnic for women whose moon is in Gemini. You feel tired physically, mentally and emotionally, so rest. Meditation, aromatherapy, yoga- these are just a few of the tips and practices that can reconnect your body to your mind and make you feel better.

Emotionally, there's no point in running away from the doubts that may suddenly assail you: they're just as legitimate as the rest of your emotions. Welcome them, channel them and learn to live with them.

Gemini Moon FAQ

What is the moon sign of Gemini?

The Gemini lunar sign is defined according to the position of the Moon in your birth chart at the time of your birth. It corresponds to your inner world, your feelings and your subconscious.

Moon's influence on other signs

Moon in Aries Moon in Taurus Gemini Moon
Cancer Moon Leo moon Moon in Virgo
Libra moon Moon in Scorpio Moon in Sagittarius
Moon in Capricorn Aquarius moon Pisces moon
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