On April 20, 2022

Step outside your comfort zone and shake things up

By Cassandra Tyndall

A new week arrives fresh from the Libra Full Moon that clashed with powerful Pluto. You might be reeling after the realization that not all was as fair as you thought in a particular relationship. This week, Mercury is active, which offers the chance to think about recent events as well as have any necessary conversations. While it can be tricky to broach uncomfortable conversations, knowing where you stand can help you clarify and limit or a boundary. 

The Sun arrives in Taurus, which sets us up for an upcoming eclipse. Some part of life which you prefer to be stable, solid and without disruption is unlikely to stay that way. Things need a shake-up and deep down, you probably know they can’t remain the way they’ve been. This is the thing with comfort zones, they aren’t all that comfortable and they aren’t conducive to growth. 

If you feel stuck or stagnant in a certain situation or kept your mouth shut in order to keep the peace, that could change over the weekend. While you don’t have to reinvent the wheel in order to promote progress; getting it turning, at least just a bit, will be an important first step.

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