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Manjimup-Bridgetown Times - - Life - Tanya Obreza

Week be­gin­ning Novem­ber 12

Scor­pio (Oc­to­ber 24 - Novem­ber 22) When hap­pi­ness takes a sab­bat­i­cal, you need to delve a lit­tle deeper to search for con­tent­ment. This is also more a time for giv­ing rather than tak­ing. Some­times that’s eas­ier said than done, es­pe­cially if there’s a sense of loss ac­com­pa­ny­ing cur­rent cir­cum­stances.

Sagittarius (Novem­ber 23 - De­cem­ber 21) Flex­i­bil­ity is usu­ally the Sagit­tar­ian key to sur­vival, but not so this week. For now, you’ve per­mis­sion to dig your heels in as stub­bornly as you wish. Per­haps, too - you feel it’s pay­back time. But re­venge isn’t the an­swer. Re­tal­i­ate with kind­ness, in­stead. In any case, it’s far more dig­ni­fied just to walk away.

Capri­corn (De­cem­ber 22 - Jan­uary 20) Ex­pect guarded progress, Capri­corn. While your love life is im­prov­ing, there are still some loose ends that need tidy­ing. Ar­eas of cau­tion in­clude friend­ships, mostly due to an­other’s stress. This week is all about your abil­ity to sup­port, with­out judg­ment.

Aquarius (Jan­uary 21 - Fe­bru­ary 18) Dur­ing this week, life could oc­ca­sion­ally feel over­whelm­ing. You may be un­sure of what steps to take next. You may even be un­sure about what just hap­pened. You’re be­ing re­minded to be­lieve in who you truly are, to trust your heart and know that you are on the right path.

Pisces (Fe­bru­ary 19 - March 20) Pis­ceans are known for their wist­ful ways. It’s fine to have the oc­ca­sional day­dream - but don’t let fan­tasies re­place re­al­ity. A hard ask, I know. But in or­der not to be­come down­trod­den, you re­ally must be able to deal with the cold, hard facts of life - and there may be a few this week.

Aries (March 21 - April 20) Putting your grand plans into mo­tion could prove to be tricky this week. While you're keyed up about forg­ing ahead, other peo­ple's roles and cer­tain de­tails need to be con­sid­ered. Push­ing your agenda be­fore it's primed to go isn’t the best recipe for suc­cess. Let your ideas per­co­late for a few days.

Taurus (April 21 - May 20) If you’re wait­ing for the good times to roll, this week you just might get a taste of things to come. Your op­ti­mism is con­ta­gious, and can’t help but draw both hap­pi­ness, and sur­prises. Some­one new makes a mas­sive im­pact on you; with flir­ta­tion pos­si­bly lead­ing to love. Travel also ap­peals.

Gemini (May 21 to June 21) When re­al­ity doesn’t fit in with your ex­pec­ta­tions, you might feel tempted to blame oth­ers. One thing’s for sure, we all see things in dif­fer­ent ways - and few of us have the power to read each other’s minds. Spell your plans out more clearly next time. Can­cer (June 22 - July 22) Many sober­ing lessons have been learned in re­cent times. But while tribu­la­tions have tested phys­i­cal en­ergy, you’ve been blessed emo­tion­ally and spir­i­tu­ally. As fur­ther re­ward, the cos­mos re­turns con­sid­er­ably more than was orig­i­nally lost. Well done you.

Leo (July 23 - Au­gust 23) Pre­pare for a power strug­gle. This might sound like un­wel­come news when you’re al­ready un­der such pres­sure - but quite the con­trary. You’re in the right, and col­leagues and those fur­ther up the ca­reer chain know it. They’re watch­ing your re­ac­tion. Work it to your ad­van­tage.

Virgo (Au­gust 24 - Septem­ber 22) Some­one’s in a con­trol­ling mood, and you don’t like it one bit. This per­son is a bully - and the more you re­sist their at­tempts to rule, the crankier they be­come. Rather than get locked into a bat­tle of wills, show your strength by sim­ply ig­nor­ing them. They won’t know how to cope with that! Libra (Septem­ber 23 - Oc­to­ber 23) Li­brans live off adrenaline, al­ways im­pa­tient to meet the next chal­lenge. No one can mo­ti­vate oth­ers like you, but burnout is a com­mon af­flic­tion. Some­thing to bear in mind for now. This could be a pow­er­ful week, but only if you stick to some ba­sic rules. Stay grounded and healthy.

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