Progress can occur in certain areas of your life, and you generally move forward during this cycle. Growth often happens due to increased restlessness and an inability to accept things for how they are. Sometimes you advance due to conflict or resistance rather than an unobstructed path. You may encounter situations that challenge your belief in yourself and what you consider to be right. If you uphold what is in your best interest, then you likely will prevail despite any ordeals. Promoting what is selfish or self-serving may make it more difficult to achieve the results that you seek.
Generally you have reason to show optimism now, and you can enter into undertakings with great enthusiasm. Your confidence, however, is sometimes misplaced, and you may find that what you advocate is not as worthy as you thought. This period may test your ability to deliver what you promise to others, and what you expect life to bring to you may not turn out exactly the way you had hoped. Maintaining a positive outlook despite any setbacks, however, can assist in attaining the goals that you seek, and you may gain a broader context in which to look at all aspects of your life.
While there often is a need to keep moving during this interval, friction can emerge between activity and inactivity. Sometimes lethargy can set in or at least a strong pull toward contentment may interfere with a need to expand, causing you to accomplish less than you want. Still, this period offers a tremendous opportunity for you to learn since the experiences that you acquire may alter your perspective. To the extent that you are open to new possibilities, this is an excellent time to broaden your acceptance of what before you might have considered objectionable. If you remain closed, you may resist expanding your awareness and miss some opportunities.
This cycle typically does not cause major problems, although excess occasionally is one. If you lack a clear perception of what you can and cannot do, you may overstep your boundaries and be extended to the maximum. But it is unlikely you ever can know your limits unless you exceed them and even when you encounter them, you may not consider them permanent. You may prove overly generous depleting your resources, or you may demand much of others and drain them of their assets. Maintaining a balance between giving and taking is one lesson of this period. Experience is a great teacher, and you may have certain adventures that allow you to understand more than you ever considered before. Try to recognize the meaning that underlies what you accomplish as well as in the ways you fall short.