Thursday, September 24, 2020

Aries December 2020

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Aries Monthly Horoscope December 2020

With Mercury going retrograde on the 29th degree of Sagittarius and Saturn passing over the 29th degree of Sagittarius, there is a large degree of uncertainty and unpredictability in this month.

The things you rely on in your life – the systems, procedures, rules and regulations which are meant to make life go smoothly and predictably will fail you. It is a time when it is hard to make progress with any complaints, legal matters, planning applications, getting justice, appeals, etc., as the systems are likely to be inefficient and slow moving.

Travel, especially long distance is best avoided from the 3rd to the 23rd as there are likely to be delays, weather issues, and other problems that will create frustration and irritation.

It is the end of the year, and it is important to tie up lingering matters, because next year things are set to get very exciting in your career. You will have loads more responsibility, and that is why you want everything from 2020 off the list, so the deck is clear for your new plans, new opportunities, and new responsibilities.

Obligation and a feeling of having to do things which you do not really believe in or agree with can be a feature of this month – you will tend to go along with it as you have to, and it’s quicker to just do it and hold your nose.

There is a great desire for freedom, escape, variation, and novelty, and yet those desires may be frustrated. The good news is that later in December you may be able to let your hair down and indulge yourself – the danger is that you may go a little overboard and go wild as soon as you feel the pressure is off. Enjoy yourself, but try and do things in moderation.

aries monthly love horoscope december 2020

Aries Love Horoscope December 2020

This is a passionate month in love when feelings run high. You and your partner tend to be very entrenched in your views and both are acting stubbornly, which can impede relations and cause tempers to flare.

When it’s good, it’s very good, and when it’s bad, it’s pretty volatile. When you are both on the same page about a topic, you can go hammer and tongs all night discussing it, and this can be both very stimulating and can bring you closer and lead to tender and intimate moments. However, when you disagree, you tend to both stick to your guns, and things can spiral downwards fast as you will rile each other.

I sense some silent treatment both ways and a degree of sulking or even exaggerating to gain the upper hand. On some level, you both need to practise more detachment and to realise that not all problems can be solved or ironed out within days; some matters develop over a long period, and in time, positions can change due to new information – so perhaps you should argue not over what ‘if’s’ but only over discernible objective facts. Try not to invent facts or overplay emotions to get your own way.

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