It’s December but the year is not over yet! Don’t forget to take some time to reflect on the past year and renew your goals for the year to come. RESCU’s Astrologer Yasmin Boland suggests that this month is a good time to kick start career goals and take up a new hobby.
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We have to begin by looking towards the end of December…
On December 20, heavy-weight planet Saturn, the tedious taskmaster, moves out of comedy sign Sagittarius and into serious and sombre sign Capricorn.
Saturn in Capricorn is all about being a headmistress or a good student. Saturn is about lessons and Capricorn is about teaching and vice versa. Basically, we are all due lots of lessons. We are possibly talking school/studying lessons, but more than likely, it will be LIFE LESSONS and yes, possibly in capital lessons. Are you ready?
Saturn is about rigorous truth and so is Capricorn. Saturn will reward good behaviours, Capricorn is ambitious. Can you get the feeling of what Saturn in Capricorn is going to be all about?
A time to build something new and solid and impressive, and to tear down what’s lacking integrity at all. Integrity is essential at this time. Watch yourself. Are you living in integrity?
It’s a very big deal when Saturn changes signs. For one thing, the pressure goes off you in one part of your life. However Saturn can be the type to give with one hand and take with the other. In this case, the pressure is going on in another part of your life… read below to find out where that is for you (read your Rising Sign if you know it.)
Fyi, Saturn’s move into Capricorn is extra interesting because Pluto, the potentially incandescent with rage planet of paranoia and power mongering, is also in Capricorn. The energy wherever you have Capricorn in your chart is getting hot! Here is a quick rundown for all the signs – read your Rising Sign if you know it!
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