Your 2020 forecast: Virgo (Aug 23 - 22 Sep)

Beyonce Knowles-Carter. Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images for Disney
Beyonce Knowles-Carter. Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images for Disney

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


If you have been spending too much time and energy on mundane work and your soul is tired, 2020 is the year to bring back the spirit and the passion into your lifestyle.

This may start with Pandora`s perfect box being broken open, and then once you have gotten over the shock of the chaos that it has created, you can let go of the perfect external image and start to connect more authentically with your raw creative talents.

This can be a fertile time both literally and creatively. There may be the temptation to push out of the restrictions and ruts by going all out into one direction. Try to direct this energy positively to avoid wasting this opportunity on escapism or procrastination. Time waits for no one. You may start to feel the tug of urgency to get your creative gems out into the public eye.It can also be a time of contradiction in your love life and you may find this area has an all or nothing feel to it.

Sexual healing can also be a theme that flows through if this is an area that may have been inhibited in some way from past traumas or childhood experiences.

2020 is a year to connect to your inner child and heal the wounds from the past that may still be haunting you in some subconscious way. It can be a powerful time. It can be a turning point. It is a life-changing year where big changes can happen.

Conception, birth and children are the keywords, and this can be a literal birth of a child or a figurative symbol of connecting to the inner magic of your creativity and birthing your creative masterpiece that you may have been working on for years. 

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