Stoner Capricorn it’s time to get connected with the smoke circle once again. The month of May will prove to be a personal period of experimentation, testing bonds, and triumph. Perhaps Smoke Two Joints by Sublime should be forefront on the personal playlist for May. A positive healthy mantra rooted in the sacred herb will help connect the challenging moments with moments of ascendancy.
The business sphere won’t take a back seat to the personal sphere, but you should keep it on the down low. Meditative smoke sessions with the sacred herb will help accentuate creative problem solving. Plus these contemplative smoke outs will promote a chill attitude that will assist with an uneven workflow. Good thing it is in your nature to grind hard when it is appropriate, and shut it down when play time begins. Be forewarned stoner Capricorn: When success comes in the workplace, don’t announce it to the crowd. A stealthy Sea-Goat does not need extra attention when they are building something grand. The incremental success of projects will be a foundation of momentum moving forward. But this is a solo expedition.
The most promising excitement to prepare for in May will be within the personal sphere. Both single and partnered stoner Capricorns will reap benefits from a warm cosmic breeze. “Smoke two joints in the morning, I smoke two joints at night. I smoke two joints in the afternoon, it makes me feel alright.” This meditative mantra from my favorite 90’s band will help assist you in your adventure stoner Capricorn. Like those two joints, you should keep your mood chill, and your grinder full of dank nugs. Your chill presence within the smoke circle will be appreciated. Communication will be the key. You set the tone among new cannabis cohorts. As long as you convey your intentions and mood, the smoke circle is sure to support your vibe.
May is a month of budding construction. Grind hard on those personal projects at work, and joint adventures within the smoke circle. “But then one day I met a man who came to me and said: Hard work good, and hard work fine, but first take care of health.”