2013: Cancer Overview
Get ready for a year of fabulous expansion, sweetness and love galore, Cancer. This summer, lucky Jupiter is moving into your constellation to bring amazing opportunity and expansion to your world -- all the way into 2014! You've been preparing for the breakthrough and surge in success, so you'll be more than ready to take your rightful place in the limelight. All areas of your life receive the benefits and blessings of Jupiter for the second half of 2013. Your confidence is sky high and you feel more optimistic about life and your future than you have in ages. All of the suffering, heaviness and loss of 2012 will quickly become a thing of the past as you embrace the amazing opportunities being showered upon you in 2013.
2012 had you face some very deep fears steeped in your childhood. Family issues and wounds from childhood were the challenges you had to face. It wasn't easy but it brought a tremendous amount of inner strength in its wake. Rest assured, this new phase takes you out of the past and into the world of love, romance and creativity. You're being asked to put considerable time into pursuing your heart's desire -- without exception. If you can structure time for what you love, your life will be infinitely more rewarding than it has been in years. The depression is definitely lifting and you are willing to embrace the sweet life once again.
The potent and life-changing eclipse patterns that brought so much loss in 2012 have changed signs and will now be working on your romance and social zones. You'll feel incredible change and momentum with friends and lovers. Your goal is stability, and in order to achieve this you'll have to make some tough decisions about who stays in the boat and who needs to be kicked out for good. Your nostalgic nature makes it challenging to let go -- even when it's for your own good. Trust that better people will replace the crazy makers.
You might have to serve as therapist to another mom who's feeling a bit overwhelmed by the holiday rush. Or to your kiddo when they see two Santas in one place at the same time. As usual, you know just the healing words to make others feel better.
It's time for an upgrade of some kind. That could be almost anything from your cell phone to your career path. Go for it with confidence, and you should be pleased with the results.
You really want to get the house sparkling clean before the holidays. That's all well and good, but remember that people are coming over to spend time with you, not marvel at how hygienic the sink looks.
Invest your energy in long-term goals: Instead of unfocused workouts, start training for a big race, for example. Or skip the instant gratification of a trashy magazine and spend the time reading that how-to-knit book.