2013: Leo Overview
Get ready to dig deeply in 2013, Leo. You're going into a phase of complete and total metamorphosis. This will require considerable self-analysis and probing into your past patterns, but all the work will be more than worth it. You're on the verge of discovering just how powerful, strong and resilient you are at your very core. If you have ever doubted your strength, after 2013 you'll never question your resourcefulness again. Saturn, the great karmic lord of trials and tribulations, will be camping out at the base of your horoscope until 2015, so you'll have plenty of time to delve into the depths. Family issues and psychological patterns inherited from your parents will come to the surface this year, making your more aware of -- and able to avoid -- negative patterns. Wake up, Leo! Get ready for a major rebirth.
Lucky Jupiter will continue to bring good fortune to your social sector and help you dream big until June. You've been so blessed with the amazing people you've met over the past year who have helped you reach your goals. The second half of the year, you may want to pull back when Jupiter enters your retreat zone. This is a time of dreaming and scheming before launching into the next chapter of your life in 2014. So the first half of the year will continue to be incredibly social, but give yourself permission to come back to a more internal and creative space during the latter part of 2013.
The eclipse patterns of 2013 will shake up both home and career sectors, so get ready for rapid advance and decline in both arenas. Don't get too attached to any of the gains or losses in either of these life departments, as they will constantly be in flux until you reach a healthy middle ground -- and you will!
You can rely on your intuition today. Your baby is wrestling with new feelings, and you might have to help them make sense of it all. You may have to dig deep below the surface -- but it will be worth it when you see the light bulb come on.
You've got depth that nobody can see -- they're too dazzled by your external nature. That's fine, of course, because you can handle multiple levels of reality without breaking a sweat.
Start planning a family get-together or a special occasion by looking at the guest list and the menu. It's always a good idea to check in and see if anyone has special dietary needs (and no, 'Cousin Elena hates bananas' doesn't count).
Keep an eye on that potential stingy streak. That's not to say you need to give away all your favorite clothes or lend your pals anything they ask for -- but don't automatically say no to those requests either.