The Power of Gemini
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Gemini is the third astrological sign of the zodiac. Those born under this sign are intelligent, curious, flexible, communicative and analytical.
Gemini’s are great when it comes to giving advice and helping others solve their problems.
Due to this air sign’s curiosity and pursuit of knowledge, there’s never a dull moment.
Learning to harness this power will help you feel motivated, driven and encourage you to work towards your goals.
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What Are Geminis Super Powers?
Gemini is symbolized by the dual personalities of the twins, which represents the reflection of the self. This is what gives Gemini’s their indepth knowledge and great interpersonal skills.
Being naturally adept at learning about themselves and others through their interaction with their environments and relationships allows Gemini to have that natural power of communication, dishing out expert advice whenever needed and never having a boring conversation.
Gemini also can see the world in duality, which means they can always see two sides of any situation. Gemini is your go-to sign when you need someone to think outside the box or give an objective perspective.
Gemini is so good at looking at different angles; you’ll never know what they’ll say next. Delighting in secrets and turning any ordinary topic into a new adventure is what makes Gemini one of the more interesting signs of the zodiac.
If you’re in need of quick answers or want to turn any boring topic into a fun adventure, you need to invite Gemini into your life.
Gemini can also be very curious about the world around them, which means they’re always learning new things. This is part of their natural adaptability, but it can sometimes become too much for their own good.
Gemini needs structure and focus to learn best, so harnessing this trait is key to helping them develop intellectually.
How to Harness Gemini’s Superpowers
The visualization meditation below focuses on the flexible nature of Gemini – their ability to adapt and change through interaction with their environment. This quality is what allows gemini to achieve balance within themselves by using their duality to harness two different traits.
If you want to impress your peers with intellectual conversation and help your loved ones with insightful advice, then call upon the dual nature of Gemini.
This free meditation uses visualization exercises to bring out your inner Gemini personality. Learn more about the positive and negative traits of a Gemini below
Gemini’s Positive Traits
Known for being great communicators, it’s not surprising that the twins represent Gemini. This sign is a master of interpersonal communication, using curiosity to ask questions and guide others through their thought process.
Communication isn’t just a Gemini’s tool for understanding others, but also an excellent way for understanding themselves. These traits make up for Gemini’s great analytical ability, so you can rely on their advice whenever you need it.
Gemini’s are a very sociable star sign, having lots of friends and making great guests at dinner parties, which isn’t surprising, seeing as these social butterflies are outgoing and passionate.
They make great companions, having lots of fun and attracting people to their circle.
Gemini’s Negative Traits
The other side of Gemini’s duality is a natural tendency for laziness and procrastination. They can be a bit all-over-the-place, which means they’re often putting off tasks until the last minute.
At times being viewed as shallow and self-centred, they sometimes lack the ability to focus on one thing for ver long. Gemini needs a strong foundation and goals to stay motivated and focused on their work.
As an air sign, they have an airy nature. This can be frustrating for their friends as they can get easily distracted easily and forgetful.
These traits aren’t always negative, as it means they are easily adaptable to learn new things or tackle new challenges.
MindEasy founder & meditation teacher
Griff Williams is an accredited meditation teacher and founder of MindEasy. He spent 12 years working as a London firefighter before changing paths to pursue building MindEasy. He received his diploma in meditation teaching from The British School of Meditation.