Your 2020 forecast: Cancer (Jun 21 - Jul 22)

Solange Knowles. Photo by Thierry Chesnot/Getty Images
Solange Knowles. Photo by Thierry Chesnot/Getty Images

Here is your forecast for 2020: Click on your star sign


The full Moon/eclipse on the 10th of January may trigger some sensitive matters that need to get resolved or transformed.  6 months later (21/6 and 5/7) this emotional intensity repeats from another angle to remind you of the personal work you need to focus on this year.

Relationships have been a point of transition for a while now and whether you are in a long term relationship or finding yourself attracting the same type over and over, 2020 can be the year of finally getting it and accepting what it is you have been sub consciously holding onto.

By understanding the deeper picture and doing the intense inner work you can start to shift this sub conscious pattern and leave the past in the past. This can be liberating and empowering.This can be a turning point or sign to make some changes in your life style to promote healthy and positive interactions with your loved one/s. It could be a starting point or an ending point as one door closes and another door of connection or opportunity opens. 

The stress levels can soar out of balance if you don't catch the warning signs. Try to maintain a balanced rhythm between mind, body and soul to keep things flowing in a healthy and balanced way. Dates that can spotlight these matters are around the eclipse in early June and early December.

On the work front it is possible that you may meet a powerful person this year that could be pivotal in your growth and success that can unfold over the next few years. This connection may not be an easy one and you may need to work on their terms which can be challenging.

Keep the bigger picture in mind when you find yourself over reacting or taking things too personally. Patience and persistence is the way to break away from repetitive bad habits and transform the energy into positive healthy activities Financial matters may come up around the end of March pushing you to reorganise things before committing to new ventures. Between September–November you may need to reassess your work goals and intentions if you a banging your head against a locked door.

When you stop pushing so hard you will be able to see more objectively what you need to do. The overview for 2020 is to find the balance between independence and interdependence. Cut the chords of co-dependence so that you have more freedom to dance authentically. 

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