Personal Year Two in 2020

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 year one 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 two. This is a year you will have to cultivate patience, friends.

You may have less energy overall than you did last year. It felt you were on the go for so long, and now the universe wants you to rest and restore the energy you spent. This is a year to tend to the seeds you planted with patience, trusting in the harvest to come.

Don’t start new things this year. If you have any good ideas for new projects write them down and save them for next year. Things are going to move slower this year, but remember the tortoise wins the race. You won’t feel as social either, so less group settings, and more one on one intimacy is highlighted for you when it comes to the people in your life.

You will be extra intuitive and sensitive, so be slow to offend and take things personal. Practice self-control and emotional intelligence. You will be tapped into the underbelly of the universe more so than normal. Listen to your intuition and use this to your advantage.

Keep your emotions in check. Rest and restore this year as necessary. If you were a farmer you would be sitting in a chair with a drink, just watching the fields you planted grow. That’s the energy for you this year. Take some good, long naps and don’t be sorry for it.

It’s a great year to nurture and bond in your relationships as you spend more one on one time with others. You have to tend to and nurture those as well. Embrace the slow energy because there is a time and place for the fast paced. Next year will be all about expanding what you’ve planted and tended to. Each years energy builds off the last.

You may be prone to feel worthless or depressed, but remind yourself that the slow energy and waiting is exactly what you’re supposed to do this year. Find meditations that help you through that. A spiritual routine would be highly beneficial to you this year. It is always, of course.

Build patience and good foundations in your relationships this year.





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

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