Gemini is an entertainer, never at a loss for words. Amusing and playful, they love to regale others with their brilliance and wit.
Gemini tends to talk a lot and ask a lot of questions because they love to learn. They’re curious to know everything and eager to add their opinions where they can. Quiet Geminis still have minds that spin; they just don’t share what’s going on in their heads.
This sun sign also has the uncanny knack of disappearing like Houdini, flitting from place to place in the blink of an eye. You can never tie down a Gemini for long. Being changeable and unpredictable is the spice of life for them, as they skim over the surface of as much as they can pack into one day. Take away the mental and physical freedom of a Gemini, and they deflate like a leaky balloon.
Because of their wide range of surface-level interests, the Gemini personality doesn’t have time to deeply relate to people in their lives. Sustaining close relationships is difficult for this zodiac sign. As much as they like to talk, they aren’t looking for deep conversations, especially conversations about emotions. Gemini is the least introspective of all the sun signs. Press them for intimate sharing and they’ll look at you blankly and exit quickly out the door.
Every Gemini, the sign of the Twins, has two sides, elusive, complex and contradictory. That’s why folks with this zodiac sign are seldom what they appear to be. One day they can take a strongly voiced stand, and then completely change their mind the next. They are often childlike, going where their interests take them without a moment’s hesitation. Gemini is more prone to dyslexia and nervous disorders than any other sign. They have a short attention span and have trouble concentrating for long periods of time. This may cause them to start and stop many projects.
Generally optimistic, Gemini finds everything fresh and fascinating. But they can also be fidgety and moody, afraid of being restricted to few choices when they’d rather be distracted by all the interesting opportunities passing them by. Luckily these moods don’t last long, which is good since people with this star sign rarely understand these feelings. Gemini makes excellent business people because they are well informed, clever, and diplomatic. They are magnificent communicators and facilitators and excel in areas such as customer service, sales, journalism, teaching, and public speaking. That is if you can get them to focus. Geminis get easily bored doing only one thing and would rather be finding the relationships between two different things. So it’s always a good idea for a Gemini to have two jobs or one job and a hobby they really like.
Gemini is the third sign of the zodiac, and those born under this sign will be quick to tell you all about it. That’s because they love to talk! It’s not just idle chatter with these folks, either. The driving force behind a Gemini’s conversation is their mind. The Gemini-born are intellectually inclined, forever probing people and places in search of information. The more information a Gemini collects, the better. Sharing that information later on with those they love is also a lot of fun, for Geminis are supremely interested in developing their relationships. Dalliances with these folks are always enjoyable, since Geminis are bright, quick-witted and the proverbial life of the party. Even though their intellectual minds can rationalize forever and a day, Geminis also have a surplus of imagination waiting to be tapped. Can a Gemini be boring? Never!
Since Geminis are a mix of the yin and the yang, they are represented perfectly by the Twins. The Gemini-born can easily see both sides of an issue, a wonderfully practical quality. Less practical is the fact that you’re not sure which Twin will show up half the time. Geminis may not know who’s showing up either, which can prompt others to consider them fickle and restless.
Ruled by Mercury, Geminis exhibit a delicious brand of mercurial energy. They are quick-thinking, quick-witted and fast on their feet, much like the messenger god of Roman mythology that rules their sign. Geminis are both curious and clever, which is why they are such a hit at cocktail parties. Although they talk a great game, they also love to listen and learn. With any kind of luck, the Twins will find themselves in interesting company, because if they don’t, they are likely to get bored and start fidgeting. Any social setting is a good one for a Gemini, however, since these folks are charming, congenial and love to share themselves with their friends. While their effusiveness may be misconstrued as scheming by some, Geminis generally have their hearts in the right place. It’s that ample energy which can also paint them as scatterbrained and unfocused, but behind all that zipping around, the Twins are busily filing all that good data away.
The element associated with Gemini is Air. Air signs are the thinking person’s signs, and the Twins don’t disappoint. Those born under this sign prize intellect and consider it the key to all things. At work, they are the clearest of thinkers, looking at a project from all (well, at least two) sides and putting forth some logical and well-thought-out ideas. This quality makes Geminis an asset to any team, and while these folks are not inclined to take the lead, they are a most valuable component. It’s also the Gemini’s literary bent that allows them to offer a useful perspective on most any situation. The Twins also enjoy bringing their objective reasoning and big-picture ability into their personal relationships. While some may perceive all this logical thought as cold and unemotional, it’s simply how these folks tick. They want to connect, they just do it their own way. Luckily for Geminis (and their pals), their lightness of spirit and youthful exuberance help them to appear forever young. In keeping with that skip in their step, Geminis enjoy short road trips — and their agile minds and nimble hands ensure that they could change a tire (if needed) in no time flat. Is all of this Twin-energy more than any one person can handle? Ah, maybe that’s why they are two.
When it comes to sports, Geminis would seem a natural for doubles tennis — and they are. They love the camaraderie of games and play, which is why they excel at team events. Whether it’s volleyball or a game of charades, Geminis are always ready to play. A book club would certainly stimulate their literary minds. In the game of love, Geminis are playful, flirtatious and endless fun. Physically speaking, Gemini rules the nervous system, which is why Twins should practice yoga or deep breathing techniques. Layering themselves in soft yellows and blues will also calm their mood.
The great strength of the Gemini-born is in their ability to communicate effectively and to think clearly. Adventures of the mind are what the Twins are all about. They also love to share themselves with their friends, and they make for charming companions.