For Cancer: Jupiter Brings You Good Fortune and Expansion ( May 16, 2023 – May 25, 2024)

On May 16, 2023, Jupiter moves into Taurus and will remain in this zodiac sign until May 25, 2024. Jupiter is the planet that governs expansion and has the role of swiftly broadening various aspects of life. Often called the planet of happiness, Jupiter earns this title by enlarging matters, money, and emotions, guiding people towards happiness. Jupiter stays in one zodiac sign for about a year, bringing the “fortune of expansion” in alignment with that sign. As Jupiter continues its journey, it brings a change in luck each year.

So, what kind of fortune and expansion will this planet of growth bring to you, a Cancerean, from May 16, 2023, for one year? Jupiter can expand your sense of “freedom.” Although “freedom” might seem like a vague concept, it is essential to consider how wonderful it truly is. For instance, during the pandemic, various restrictions were imposed, highlighting the value of the freedom we had been enjoying.

To be in a state of freedom means to be untethered. It allows you to move swiftly to your desired destination without being entangled by anyone or anything. This applies not only to physical movement but also to mental freedom. Letting go of attachments can help you realize the many “possibilities” the world offers.

During this year, embracing “freedom” as your keyword will lead to riding the waves of significant change. As a Cancer, you inherently resonate with people’s emotions and the flow of the world. You can understand people’s feelings and pain and sense what society needs. Amidst these dynamic times, Jupiter’s power will grant you more freedom, allowing you to connect with new people, encounter new ideas, and sense the world’s emerging trends.

“Freedom” means not being bound by work, company, or community while still belonging to them. Only when you are free as an individual can you engage in fair exchanges with others and participate in society. Jupiter works to expand your free

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