“Jupiter retrograde 2021 begins on June 20 at 2° Pisces and ends on October 18 at 22° Aquarius.
Jupiter retrograde is generally associated with philosophical and spiritual introspection and reflection. It helps you work on particular issues involving growth and development, happiness, and success.
Jupiter retrograde 2021 is extremely fortunate. The aspects involved are the best imaginable. The fixed star conjunct Jupiter retrograde is also very fortunate and changes from a material to a spiritual form of expression. Even Jupiter direct is very well-aspected and conjunct another fortunate fixed star.
Jupiter retrograde transit is a regular cycle of four months duration, occurring every thirteen months. Transiting Jupiter retrograde is a time of philosophical and spiritual introspection and reflection. You could have to deal with particular issues involving growth and development, happiness, and success.
Jupiter retrograde means that whatever area of growth you need to work on is so important, extra time is needed to take stock and make sure everything is in order before you continue. You may be tested to make sure you are ready to receive the good fortune, new romance, or increased wealth you seek.
Perhaps a destructive behavior like greed or addiction is out of control. In this case, Jupiter retrograde will offer a chance to recognize and admit the problem. Things may get so out of control that an intervention or some drastic event must occur to shake you out of your complacency or ignorance.
Once Jupiter stations direct you should have come to terms with the relevant issues and be ready to leap ahead toward success and happiness.
As given earlier, Jupiter stations retrograde on June 20, 2021, at 23°11′ Pisces. The chart shows the harmonious blue trine aspects from Jupiter to both the Sun and the Moon. These are two of the most fortunate aspects possible. To have them together forming a lucky grand trine aspect pattern is exceptional. Jupiter also stations retrograde on a fixed star that is exceedingly fortunate when well-aspected like this.”