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Lunar Forecasts for Dec. 14, 2020 to Jan. 13, 2021

Lunar Forecast for the

SOLAR ECLIPSE
NEW MOON in SAGITTARIUS

This Forecast in effect
December 14 to 28, 2020

The Lunar Forecasts give Daily Horoscopes a greater context.

The Grand Finale is upon us! 2020 is almost finished (YAY!!) and big changes are on the horizon. The yearning for relief from this past stressful year is palpable. We're all hoping that the culmination of the year will bring a return to glorious normal. The hope is that this will feel spectacular, uplifting and rejuvenating. And in many ways, it will. How could it not?

A major transition is beginning that will send you in a new direction for the next 20 years. This is the time to do whatever you do to plan out what you would like to achieve during that time. You can envision your highest dream, and at the same time think about how you could take practical steps to start making it real. If it's too hard to think about where you want to be two decades from now, think about what resources and skills you might need. Who will you need in your support system to keep you encouraged and provide feedback to keep you focused? What or whom do you believe in that can remind you of your higher purpose in achieving this goal?

It might be hard to think in realistic terms right now. Your vision may be a bit cloudy or blurry. Your faith in life might feel a bit worn around the edges. And imagining the Big Picture in which your dreams can be born may feel a bit overwhelming. That's okay. One step at a time. Patience. Let yourself embrace some optimism and hope. Don't worry, the hard work will be waiting for you at the right time, ;-) But for now, let yourself imagine how it will feel as it's coming together. Happy Holidays!

Lunar Forecast for the

FULL MOON in CANCER

This Forecast in effect
December 29, 2020 to January 13, 2021

The Lunar Forecasts give Daily Horoscopes a greater context.

Welcome to 2021! Like most of us, you probably have high, heartfelt hopes for a much better year than 2020 was. You might have found the pandemic restrictions difficult to deal with. Perhaps you have struggled financially due employment loss or changes. You may have felt helpless watching a loved one battling COVID-19, or have conquered it yourself and are glad to be alive but uncertain what the future holds. Or, you might even have lost someone to the coronavirus – my deepest sympathies.

We're not out of the woods yet, but thankfully we are starting to see a light at the end of the tunnel. This is a time for focusing on the concrete things you can do to fortify your strength and help those you care about to do the same. That may involve boosting your physical or mental health, as well as allowing your bruised spirit to believe in hope, faith and optimism again. If you suffered loss, this may be a time of grieving for you when you can slow down your life a bit to take care of yourself. It's wise to stay centered and grounded during this time, and not get too carried away with assuming that everything will return quickly to "normal." Give yourself time.

It may help to do something new, something different and out of character, to help you break out of the heaviness, sadness, weariness or upheaval you've experienced this past year. Even if all the problems of the world haven't magically vanished, there is still fresh energy coming in. Reconnect with friends and associates, even if it's just by phone or video chat. Be open to noticing the incoming energy, like catching a new scent on a breeze through the window. Allow yourself to acclimatize to the possibilities of the future, and know that it will take a bit of time to get there.

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