A Note from Susan Miller
In this letter, I have written a free essay, below, called An Introduction to 2019 to give you an exciting overview of the coming year. There are lots of new trends that will offer this year a new look and feel, and I knew you would want to be filled in on those interesting details. It certainly will be a more productive year than 2018, and I will show you why in a moment.
Before you read my essay on the Year Ahead 2019 found below, I want you to know I am doing two free events in New York in January and one special keynote at the New Life Expo in Deerfield FL, near Boca Raton, on Saturday, February 2. Please come—I want to meet you!
Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
You have a big month, for a lunar eclipse, a full moon, in your opposite sign of Leo, could be life changing, especially if your birthday falls on or near the day of the eclipse, January 20, or if you know you have planets in very early degrees of Aquarius or Leo.
This is not an easy eclipse. Uranus, your ruler, will be on a rampage, angry at the full moon in Leo, representing your mate, steady established partner, business partner, or expert you work with closely. Uranus will also be at sharp odds with the Sun in Aquarius, nearly forcing you to decide where you would like to bring your relationship in the future—stay and fix any small problems, or leave without regret.
There are no predestined outcomes, but it is true that eclipses can present situations in a very black-and-white way. The outcome of this eclipse will strongly rest on the direction this relationship has been taking until now. It will be pushed to one end or the other of the spectrum.
Eclipses are known to bring up feelings and events that have been occurring completely outside of your field of vision, so you may be shocked with news that comes up. Uranus tends to bring a message out of the blue, and it seems that you knew little or nothing about the subject previously. Eclipses bring a floodlight of truth, and that can require a lot of adjustment. It is always better to work with truth than fiction, for to be living in a fictional state is to live on a mountain of sand that cannot be sustained.
This is a separating aspect, but keep in mind that this could relate to a business alliance, not a romantic one. Somehow that might be comforting to know (although, thinking about it, maybe not.)