Chances are you have heard all about the partial solar eclipse we just had, but have you taken the time to look at the eclipses to come? Their energies are nowhere near gone and things are just now beginning to truly heat up.

There is another eclipse coming this month, this one being a total lunar eclipse on the 27th. It is the second of three. The third will be a partial solar eclipse on August the 11th.

The total lunar eclipse to come will be at four degrees Aquarius and have us all dealing with emotional turmoil. The July 12th solar eclipse energies will still be present and influence this total lunar eclipse in ways we might have never expected. It will truly be amping things up and creating more potential for crisis.

Aquarius is for those who do not know all about focus and really bringing things together. You might find something to really work towards during this time. While an emotional time period it will be, you can get through it just fine if you use the energies before you to be a bit productive. Make a difference in your life and the lives of those around you.

Now, as this total lunar eclipse ends the energies from it will die down a bit, but they will carry over into the next week. They will guide you into something new; do not ignore them. From there you will have some time to let things die down before the partial solar eclipse of August comes around.

The August partial solar eclipse will be bringing forth some kind of sudden unexpected change for you. It will help you to transition into a new chapter of your life. It might seem almost as if you have been plucked from your life and thrown into something completely new.

Partial solar eclipses are often full of optimism and come with a lot of excitement but will be kind of confusing, to say the least. However, the more you embrace the energies before you, the better experience you will have.

Feel free to check out the video below for more information on the total lunar eclipse to come as it is the next one that we will be experiencing. What do you think about these energies?

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