In the mid of May, things will be changed in terms of professional life. You will be able to enjoy work; you will also expect some hold over your work with some arguments will be at work. So, you must follow logical approach to figure out disputes with the team members. In the month of June, you might have quick gains, it is advised to make some small savings for future otherwise you will have unwanted expenditures in terms of family life; many disputes will be resolve with spouse and siblings. In the partnership business, you should avoid making any new contract; it might create in litigation in near future. Blessing from the elders, will help you to control your temper and anxiety.
From September 2020 onwards, things will be somehow mixed. You should work on your domestic front. Some disputes will be there with the spouse. You are advised to control your straightforwardness to maintain harmony in the domestic life. You should try to avoid argument with the boss also. It is possible you might face some work related pressure from your boss. It is advised to keep patience and try to focus yourself towards your goal. With the help of blessings, you will see some growth in your professional life. Students should avoid laziness and carelessness on academic front.
November 2020 to end of December, things will be under control. Your domestic life will be somehow good and you will enjoy your quality moments with the family. Your impatience nature and anxiety might affect speed of your running task or project. You are advised to keep patience because running projects might get some delayed. You are advised to drive safe and avoid some adventure tours. Parents’ health issues will be resolved. Singles will find good match. Love birds will enjoy quality moments.
The author, Samir Jain, is a Jaipur based astrologer who is an expert in astrology, numerology, palmistry and Vastu. He is also an expert in Jain Temple Vastu and Jain Jyotish. Over the last several years, he has consulted clients from the USA, Brazil, Mexico, Canada, the UK, Australia, Turkey, France, Italy, South Africa, and Germany.