Career Scopes

April 2021: Career Scope for ♉️ Taurus

Time to take a step back to regroup, Taurus! With the Sun illuminating the darker corners of your psyche as it moves through your 12th house of Spirituality & Higher Purpose, you have officially entered into your annual period for rest and retreat. Instead of pushing forward with a new project, try taking some more time to let it simmer. New insights are on their way and you will want to be well-rested and clear-headed when they do! The New Moon in Aries on April 11/12th is a beautiful time for setting an intention to align with a bigger purpose or mission that may have been on your heart for a while but is just now beginning to percolate its way out into the real world.. all in divine timing, of course.

Luckily, this month is not ALL about busting through your limiting beliefs and shedding what doesn’t serve you. A strong energy enters the scene around April 9th that can help you boost up your career and turn it into something that feels more flowing, enjoyable, and easeful for you. By the 14th, your ruling planet, Venus, will also shift into your sign as it does only once every 18 months. This brings wonderful blessings and added attention and recognition may spring up around you or your work through the rest of the month.

Finally, the Sun leaves Aries and you are ready to enter back into the light of day with a new passion project beginning April 19th. This is your time to reinvent yourself and begin to unveil a new YOU. With the Full Moon in Scorpio coming on strong on the 26/27th, however, you may need to re-assess the people you surround yourself with, too. Perhaps you will be rethinking how you work with clients, a mentor, or seeking a fresh way to elevate your relationships. At the same time, this Full Moon could be brilliant for coming full circle with the efforts you’ve already been putting in to do just that. ✨



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