New Moon In Taurus During 444 Portal Opening On April 22nd 2020

The New Moon in Taurus is occurring on April 22nd at 10:26pm EST. At the beginning of this month, we experienced the opening of the 444 portal on April 4th, 2020 (4/4/2+0+2+0). This portal reopened on April 13th, 2020 (4/1+3/2+0+2+0), and now the 444 portal opens for a 3rd time this month on 4/22/2020 (4/2+2/2+0+2+0).

There is something very significant about the timing of this 3rd and final 444 portal, and it’s that this portal opens alongside the arrival of the New Moon; a powerful symbol of new beginnings.

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This energy portal opened at the beginning of this month and has been building up ever since. Have you had a subtle realizations or changes in perspective? Is your vision for your next steps forward becoming clearer? What major shifts have been occurring for you this month?

With the New Moon arriving in the patient and reliable sign of Taurus, it appears that this 444 portal’s intention isn’t to come and go with an abrupt bang.

Rather, this portal’s intention has been to guide us through the shifts and pivots taking place along our life paths.

The Taurus energy that surrounds this Portal and New Moon is nudging us to be patient as the seeds we have sown prosper in the harvest season to come.

On 4/22/2020 we will experience the finale of this 444 Portal, and we recommend (re)setting intentions in your journal, finding an outlet for creative expression, and taking this time to meditate, reflect, and observe.

Remember: “The day you plant the seed is not the day you eat the fruit.”