Career Scopes

April 2021: Career Scope for ♌️ Leo

What is your heart longing to explore this month, Leo? With the Sun sliding through your adventurous 9th house of Education, Exploration & Self-Discovery, it’s time to set your sights on discovering new subjects, topics, or territory that lies beyond your current scope of understanding. Although it may be more difficult for you to focus on mundane tasks for most of April, the New Moon in Aries on the 11/12th is the perfect time to set an intention to invite more magic and meaning into your experience of life and work by embracing a new path of study or exploration.

As the 9th of the month begins rolling around, you can begin making some major progress on improving your relationships with others around you and in your community. Maybe you’re ready to start offering a new kind of 1-on-1 work, hiring on a coach, joining a new group program, or perhaps your personal relationships are where you would like to focus your attention on up-leveling instead.

Once the Sun jumps out of Aries and into Taurus on April 19th, you will be able to begin taking all of the fresh insights you’ve gained from your studies and turn it into a more solid vision for how you’d like to be of service to the world through your career. You may not be sure about the practical application of your ideas before this time, so have patience and know that as long as you are following what lights you up, it will amount to something useful eventually! As the moon rises to full illumination on April 26/27th, your Full Moon lesson will bring you full circle in your efforts to improve the comfort and stability of your personal life. If there are insecurities coming up to the surface, this can also be a helpful time to realize where you need to let things go that are not allowing you to have the home, family, or sense of long-term security that would support you most. ✨



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