Your 2020 forecast: Capricorn (Dec 22 - Jan 19)

Michelle Obama. Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images
Michelle Obama. Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images

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


2020 is a powerful and transformative year for Capricorns. For some, it may feel like the rug gets pulled from under your feet, but the changes that happen this year have been a long time coming.

It is time for you to truly step into your authentic power and this may take a bit of reshuffling to help you out of ruts and comfort zones that you may have built yourself into over the years.

The important focal point is to let go of outdated structures and rules that no longer apply to the present situation. Renovate and restructure your life to work with new energy, new rules and new support structures that can help to elevate you to radiate your authentic light brightly. This may take a few uncomfortable moments where you really need to dig deep and look at some things about yourself that you don`t really want to delve into, but through the transformation work, you can free yourself from past restrictions and start to learn to fly higher than you did before.

Relationships come under the spotlight – particularly during the intense eclipse periods – 10/1 and 21 June and 5 July. You have a chance to prepare the ground for projects that can generate more income in 2021. Don't rush the process. Lay down the foundations and the rest will follow through in time. 

You may need to relook at some plans linked to home or family matters that may need to be reassessed before you can move forward during the period of Sep –December. This can be anything from: house plans needing to be redone, moving back home after a period away, reassessing the possibility of selling, buying, renovating etc.

For some childbearing Capricorns, you may find your schedule gets disrupted unexpectedly by a pregnancy test that may show up positive.There may be some significant changes and decisions linked to your body or your body image. This could range from: tattoos, a new hairstyle or a style makeover that pushes you out of the ordinary into the powerhouse category

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