I began this series with writing about the year 2020. It is a universal four year and all about foundations. I then did a pick a card tarot reading with four piles to choose from. These readings were meant to guide you on the cracks in your foundation and where there is need for repair.

On top of the universal year we each have a personal year that goes in cycles of 9. The way you find this out is to add the month and day of your birth with the current year. For example: If your birthday is February 13th you will add 02+13+2020 or 0+2+1+3+2+0+2+0= 10.

Always break it down to one number, so 1+0=1. That answer is your personal year. In this case you would have a personal year one. Feel free to Google and learn all about your personal year. I’ll be posting a blog for each of them.

Find personal years one, two, and three here:

The universal year comes first. It is a universal, planetary energy. This means we are also working on foundations in our systems and governments. It makes sense with our current global events. We are setting the foundation for big, major changes now. We are planting the seeds. #NotMeUs #BigUs

We are being made ever aware of the cracks in our critical foundations. People all over the world are rising up, joining a movement, and ready to do something about it. It’s going to be hard work and take dedication, but we really can come together and change the whole world for the better. This is what the Age of Aquarius is all about.

In 2021 we will be in a universal year five. It will be all about freedom and change. So once we lay the foundations prepare for what is coming. Change will be accepted rather than tolerated. People will be able to express themselves more freely. We will adapt to newer, fairer systems abroad.

On the personal level, which foundations you work on this year will likely be determined by the personal year you’re in. For this post, we’re going with personal year four. This is all about foundations, which means for 2020 you’re in a double foundation year, and the work will not be easy.

Year one was planting the seeds. Year two was nurturing those seeds and developing patience. Year three was all about expanding on your previous ideas and networking creatively. This year is about focus and determination.

Building new foundations are double highlighted for you in the year of 2020. So the determination and drive you feel may be in over-drive. Be cautious not to hyper-focus on the limitations and things you’ve yet to accomplish.

Focus instead on what you have accomplished and what you can do to accomplish more. There is a potential to feel stuck this year, and to want stable work and security in your life. If you don’t have this you will have the tendency to throw a pity party. No one wants to attend those.

You will have to remember the energy of the three year and cultivate patience again. The harvest is coming. Rely on the relationships you’ve been nurturing to see you through. To remind you who you are and where you’re going.

Make a plan to be organized at work and home. It will help if you meditate and have a self-care routine that ensures you’re organized within first. Make a plan of action and write yourself check lists. It’s a good year to complete things or even start them.

With a double foundation year the energy is big and strong for you. You will be on fire with your determination and energy, but that doesn’t mean it will be easy. What is the foundation you will fall back on when it’s hard? What self-care and spiritual routines can you implement to help?

As determined and driven as you feel make sure you schedule in leisure and fun time. That you’re not neglecting relationships and projects that need your attention because you’re allowing yourself to feel stuck somewhere else. Maintain your balance as you build.

This is a year to really take charge of your life. If you maintain a victim mindset and waste this year you will be ten years older by the time this chance comes again. Do you really want to waste that time?


You must grow strong enough to love the world, yet empty enough to sit down at the same table with its worst horrors. ― Andrew Boyd