Mercury transit in leo
All things that entertain, from singing to the theatre, having a dance,
appreciating fine art, design, clothes, food, and drink, come under
At worst, people can become self-indulgent, stubborn, and quick-
Mercury is in fall, which is said to be not the best of places in
astrology when it is transiting in Leo. Things can become very
dramatic during this transit.
This is because people can think, act and speak with their hearts
more, letting their emotions lead the way, which may not always
bring the best outcomes.
Passions can run deep when the sun transits in Leo, and
concentration can be lower.
Due to the focus on pleasure and having fun, people can exaggerate
more and lie to get what they want.
Still, in general, visionary ideas and conversations can be had, even if
they are drunken ones. Some people can become more prideful and
refined and want the finer things in life.
Wanting to be seen as the best and having the best, words and
actions can become fierier and more egotistical.
Because people want to seem like they are the authority over all
matters, from everyday chats to business discussions.
While on the other end of the spectrum, some people can become
sloppier, more uncouth, wanting to experience everything, often for
the sake of it.
In general, when Mercury is transiting in Leo, you and others can
become more interested in the social and romantic areas of your
When Mercury transits in Leo, it is perfect energy for artists and
other creatives to focus on the projects they may have been putting
If you have been feeling stressed or experiencing other emotional,
physical, spiritual, or psychological health issues.
Taking time out to work on a personal project such as learning to
sing, draw or play an instrument can help you feel more at ease.
If you overspend, use poor judgment, cheat or do things to excess
when the sun transits in Leo, the repercussions may be more
Your need to have fun could interfere with your productivity and
reliability, which can threaten your career or relationship(s) stability