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Gemini season radiates light and charm and stimulates the need for communication (and often, flirtation). When the sun is in Gemini, understanding and problem solving through wordplay is essential. Chatty Gemini coincides with the beginning of the summer, so it goes without saying that it kicks off your warm-weather social calendar. As the sign of the Twins, Gemini season brings an inherently dualistic nature. This is a good time not just to evaluate your relationship with others but with yourself. Avoid the natural pull towards gossip and think before you speak.

Sun in Gemini: Significance & Meaning

Element And Modality: Air & Mutable

Positive keywords for Sun in Gemini:

  • Clever
  • Conversational
  • Curious
  • Quick
  • Expressive

Negative keywords for Sun in Gemini:

  • Careless
  • High Strung
  • Scattered
  • Unstable
  • Loose-lipped

Sun in Gemini Personality

Geminis are sociable creatures who can talk their way out (and in) of nearly any situation. Teeming with dynamic energy, those with their sun in Gemini hop from place to place and subject to subject, constantly seeking experimentation and new input. The result is a character that's never dull.

Positive Traits

As Mercury's more fun and curious child (sorry Virgo), Gemini possesses an ever-growing and encyclopedic knowledge of any and everything. Equipped with a child-like zeal and friendliness, these charming chatterboxes endear even the quietest characters. When they set their attention to creation, Gemini natives exhibit an undeniable creative genius.

Negative Traits

Though the Gemini personality tends toward ingenuity, these gifts can corrupt, causing Gemini to weaponize their intellect. Similarly, their thirst for novelty sometimes leads to disorganization as they juggle their 20 tab attention span. Restless and easily bored, the Twins toss their toys aside as their wandering interest wanes.

Sun in Gemini Celebrities

Helena Bonham CarterAngelina JolieKendrick LamarPaul McCartneyKanye West

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