Unpredictability in your relationships can create stress, especially if you depend on what is familiar. You may experience a strong desire to do something different with others, and you may seek greater freedom if people appear to confine you in some way. Generally, this cycle disrupts your accustomed pattern of relating which can have a number of effects. If you fight the disruptions you probably will find this period a challenge to maintain the usual order. If you adjust well to the unexpected, then you can maximize the potential benefits of change. Sometimes this period causes separations, which may occur when you (or a partner) see things for how they really are, or perhaps when the interest of one of you quickly disappears.
Being single you may attract unusual people into your life, and the possibility exists for a new love. However, volatility can mark any partnership begun now and its ability to last depends on its capacity to handle the wide range of passions that likely exist. Reaching agreements can prove fleeting so it is often best to avoid long-term commitments unless there is plenty of freedom given. A willingness to change can mean that you abruptly move away from old ways of interacting that may have held you back. It can be a time to make a break so that something or someone better can manifest in the future.
Money issues can arise now. Although the potential exists for sudden gain, the propensity to spend can offset it. You tend to get caught up in the beauty of the moment, which can influence your decision to buy things that please you. Shallow pleasures, while they may allure you, tend to bring excitement but little else. The more you chase them, the more you may need something or someone new. This is an excellent time to see through any repetitive desire for enjoyment that is superficial, especially if it is an ingrained pattern, and to seek joy that lasts.
Maintaining your equilibrium often is a challenge now unless you appreciate the creative aspect of discontinuity, which can redirect you in surprising ways. As an artist unexpected insights can cause you to change your work radically now. Artist or not, your sense of proportion can lose all perspective, momentarily, as it copes with unforeseen elements that may not seem to fit. However, if whatever you value, be it a person, place, thing, or activity, is deeply connected to you, then the randomness that often emerges now, while it disturbs what is static, opens the door to new possibilities and can remarkably enhance the worth of what truly matters to you.