Leo Tarotscope December 2014

Leo Tarotscope December 2014Knight of Cups—Leo Tarotscope December 2014

Don’t be surprised if you’re offered the moon this month in business, Leo. Just be careful about the opportunities you decide to jump into with both feet. Look into logistics and probabilities before committing to this offer as it is. There may be some fine-tuning that only a Leo could negotiate for and get all the sparklies. You can find great satisfaction in the situation at hand as long as you’re watching for the big picture details.

And if you’re looking for a romance, hold the phone! relationships can heat up and get rather fiery… Waves of emotion bring you to that place you’ve been waiting for and wanting. What you’ve struggled with in past relationships seem to subside with new possibilities. Feeling positive and sure about moving forward in relationships is a go… but check the card of the month with your tarotscope card below for more on that…

Your inner world and your feelings about what you do and how you seek it are extremely important this month. Following your dreams and what excites you about life are key. No need to waste time on projects, endeavors, and obligations that make you fall flat, fall asleep, or fall off your wagon. Emotional gratification is what it’s about for you this month on all levels.

Leo Tarotscope December 2014Knight of Cups with the Card of the Month—Knight of Wands reversed:

These cards together indicate that you may be getting into something, consciously or unconsciously, by stepping on someone else’s toes. Be sure to check yourself if the one your heart melts for happens to be the sister of your best friend, partners’s wife, or a previous love’s bestie. There are some strings or hoops to jump through here. You can work it out of you don’t jump the gun and piss everyone off before you get the chance. This could also relate to a situation rather than a love… Be aware of your actions, words, and responses.

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