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Lunar Forecasts for July 20 to August 18, 2020

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July 20 to August 3, 2020

The Lunar Forecasts give Daily Horoscopes a greater context.

There are choices to be made right now. And the biggest choice is about how best to be your own ally to protect yourself from difficulties, dangers and distractions. In order to make the best choices for yourself, it will help to just sit with the alternatives for a while, rather than trying to rush into a decision. There is more to consider than you might see on the surface of your situation, and so it will help to slow down—especially slow down your impulsive reactions—and just become aware of what you're feeling and what is most important to you.

In some ways, you might it's easier to focus on the negative or the worst case scenario. If you're feeling impatient, frustrated, agitated or stressed out (and who isn't, these days?), it can be tempting to give in to those feelings and reject the possibility of healing energy from the Universe, perhaps through a family member, loved one or "significant other." It might seem as if starting with the assumption that things will be unsatisfying means you won't be disappointed, but there's a difference between realism and cynicism; between being practical and being pessimistic. This is a good time to aim for the former and try to avoid the latter.

Hope, healing and strength of spirit can be nurtured by keeping your mind and heart open to being surprised and uplifted. Even little moments of inspiration or amusement or imaginative distraction can be helpful when you're feeling stuck in depression, loneliness or hopelessness. Absorb those moments when they come and treat them as sacred – they are. Playful creativity can also help, whether it's doodling or delving into a creative project, or doing things that make you feel warm and fuzzy. It's your choice.

Lunar Forecast for the


This Forecast in effect
August 3 to 18, 2020

The Lunar Forecasts give Daily Horoscopes a greater context.

Feeling a bit shook up, disheveled and disoriented lately? A lot of us are, thanks to all the chaotic energy flying around. Then again, many of us are feeling energized, motivated and inspired by it all. You might find that you're swinging from one extreme to the other a lot of the time. The upcoming weeks and months will likely be more of the same, and present yet another excellent learning opportunity (aren't you getting sick of those?) to further your personal evolution.

The coming weeks focus on who you are as an individual in the face of the groups around you, like your friends or your coworkers or people who share your political views, and so on. You may be challenged to question what you've assumed is common ground between you. It may be necessary to check in with yourself to see if you might have a different opinion or perspective, and then decide if you want to speak up about it. Although you might expect disapproval, the results may surprise you by discovering that there are others who are thinking along the same lines. Just remember, it doesn't have to be all-or-nothing. Take it one step at a time as you explore different ways of thinking with others.

The next few weeks could be stressful, so it will help to prepare yourself with a list of resources you can turn to when you start feeling overwhelmed. Your best strategy may consist of putting multiple resources together, none of which give you everything you need but together they can cover most of it. For example, one friend might sympathize with you, while another might offer good advice, while another may help to just distract you and help you let go of stress. It's important to reach out for what you need, but remember that you still retain the decision about which advice to follow, which to ignore and which to think about.

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