Your 2019 forecast: Cancer

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Solange Knowles, a Cancerean, attends the 70th Annual Parsons Benefit in New York City
Solange Knowles, a Cancerean, attends the 70th Annual Parsons Benefit in New York City

General

2019 starts with a strong Mars drive to get your goals out there. Someone may be putting the pressure on you to get into action. This can be a hard working year as the abundant energies of Jupiter open new doors for you. There may be new connections, new communities or new earnings that can happen.

Your status may change and the partnerships you secured in 2018 may become more prominent this year enhancing energies of responsibility, authority and transformation.

The Solar eclipse on the 6th of January may push some emotional matters lined to a significant person to the fore encouraging you to do the transformation or healing work required. There is a similar energy that returns with a second solar eclipse on the 26 of December 2019 that may conclude or reopen something of a similar nature.  The energy of 2019 is intense and it is better to do the important work rather than shelve it hoping that things will just pass.

 Love and relationships

This could be the year of deeper commitment, new responsibilities or the need to make or break the structures that bind you to the past. The transformation work is starting to pay off and this year could be extremely pivotal in opening the doors to new experiences and new opportunities either within your existing relationship or in new connections you are making.

You may be attracting new friendships and connections as the year progresses – strongest around the second half of the year. Let go of the sentimental ties that keep you in the past and work on trusting in the renovation process of restructuring your support systems to work for where you at now and for where you are wanting to go to.

The eclipses around the beginning and middle July may give you new insight or information regarding a significant other. In fact the Mercury retrograde may influence this time by bringing old information back into the picture. If there have been some skeletons in the closet, now is the time to bury them for good. 

Work and money

The past few years have had their turbulence and you have been pushed to deal with the erratic undercurrent that may have affected the stability of your working rhythm. These shifts may have opened new opportunities for you to work within.

2019 has a lot of hard work that needs to be directed practically to help it work for you. You may find new connections and new friends can open new doors for you. You may find yourself committing to a working partnership that can help to expand your options in 2020. The focus for this year is to continue doing the hard structured work and invest in the important connections and you will start reaping the rewards next year. 

Cancer quote for the year

You wanna fly, you got to give up the things that weighs you down.” Toni Morrison

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Solange, June 24

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