Your 2020 forecast: Taurus (Apr 20 - May 20)

Lizzo. Photo by Monica Schipper/Getty Images
Lizzo. Photo by Monica Schipper/Getty Images

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


You have already felt the earthquake shudders of change as your comfort zones have been wrenched away and you are trying to stay afloat in your self-made boat on the choppy open waters. The good news is that the open waters offer a whole new array of possibilities and new lands to explore. 

2020 offers you the chance to expand your perimeters and explore new possibilities through travel, studies and sharing your knowledge to a larger audience. The skills and information you learn this year will help to open significant doors particularly in the area of work and status by the end of 2020.

2020 is a good year to renew your licenses, attain the relevant diplomas, papers and information that can open new doors of opportunity for you. It is time to take yourself more seriously and put yourself first in line and open that treasure box of talents you are hiding behind locked doors.

 Between May and the end of June, you have the chance to review your finances and value system. It can also be a time where unfinished or shelved creative projects can become profitable. 

On the work front, teaching, writing, publishing, media-related projects, studies and travelling to faraway places are some of the highlighted focal points for Taureans this year. This sounds exciting, but it also comes with a whole lot of hard work attached to it – most of the work being releasing the past conditioning and subconscious patterns that have held you back.

September – mid-November can bring up some subconscious patterns that need to be worked through and transformed into positive and healing energy.It would be beneficial to focus on therapy, counselling or process art activities to work through these subconscious patterns. 

The words that stand out for 2020 are: empower, enrich, expand and this will lead to increased recognition, rewards and success in the career choices and opportunities you attract through the hard work that you do this year.

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