Stanthorpe Border Post - - LIFE | LOCAL LIFE - with Patsy Ben­nett Au­thor of As­trol­ogy: Se­crets of the Moon pat­sy­ben­net­tas­trol­ for read­ings as­tro­


You’ll en­joy do­ing some­thing new in­volv­ing a group, or­gan­i­sa­tion or a friend. You’ll find out more about how to work with some­one whose ideas are dif­fer­ent to yours. Try to avoid see­ing only the black and white in a cir­cum­stance, as there may be many ad­van­tages to be­ing flex­i­ble now. Do your re­search if ven­tur­ing into new ter­ri­tory and then you could ex­cel.


Fri­day’s par­tial so­lar eclipse will fall in your part­ner­ship zone, sug­gest­ing key de­vel­op­ments in a col­lab­o­ra­tion, busi­ness or per­sonal. You may be ready to take a re­la­tion­ship to a new level – or con­versely, to cool it down. The key to suc­cess will be to be su­per-clear, not only in your own speech, but also in un­der­stand­ing your part­ner. Avoid im­pul­sive moves and mix-ups.


A trip, visit or ex­cit­ing ven­ture will open your eyes to new peo­ple, dis­cus­sions, ideas and even cul­tures. Your com­mu­ni­ca­tions will be­come quirkier and dif­fer­ent, and you may meet all kinds of in­ter­est­ing peo­ple. Be­cause you will be in a fresh en­vi­ron­ment, or will meet new peo­ple, fo­cus on good com­mu­ni­ca­tion skills, or you may ex­pe­ri­ence mis­un­der­stand­ings or de­lays.


A change in your sta­tus, ca­reer or gen­eral di­rec­tion may in­volve a sur­prise this week, or sim­ply the chance to do some­thing dif­fer­ent. A brand-new chap­ter is about to be­gin and the more you can look ‘out­side the square’ at the many ben­e­fits in your cir­cum­stances, the bet­ter for you. Not ev­ery­one will agree with you this week, so en­sure you get your facts right and avoid con­flict.


Get set to turn a corner at work. You may be ready for some­thing quirky or dif­fer­ent; some­thing in­volv­ing your imag­i­na­tion, or sim­ply a new daily rou­tine. For some, this week’s de­vel­op­ments will re­volve around a bet­ter health sched­ule; or more time to en­joy life, or a fresh diet. How­ever, watch out for ab­sent-mind­ed­ness or even mix-ups, es­pe­cially around St Valen­tine’s Day.


Fri­day’s so­lar eclipse will pre­cip­i­tate a fresh chap­ter in your fi­nan­cial cir­cum­stances. Be ready to try a new ap­proach to your in­vest­ments, as a new bud­get could be the key to a bet­ter daily life. For some, this week will be all about a new place and a fresh en­vi­ron­ment that will stim­u­late your en­joy­ment in life. In both cases, keep an eye on de­tails to avoid mis­takes.


You’re about to em­bark on a fresh un­der­stand­ing of a favourite sub­ject – for some, this will in­volve sport, for oth­ers spir­i­tu­al­ity, and for some stud­ies. Main­tain an open mind, and you could find your­self in a fresh cir­cum­stance that will open new doors. Rise to a chal­lenge that will ask you to be su­per-clear about your work, a health mat­ter or your un­der­ly­ing be­liefs.


You may dis­cover a hid­den artis­tic tal­ent as your ap­pre­ci­a­tion for beauty will blos­som, per­haps even in un­ex­pected ways. For some, a fresh chap­ter will be­gin in your per­sonal life. If you’re sin­gle, this could be a quirky week in your love life. Cou­ples may en­joy try­ing some­thing new. Avoid gam­bling and as­sump­tions; you may not be on the same page as ev­ery­one else this week.


Fri­day’s par­tial so­lar eclipse in Aquar­ius will be a par­tic­u­larly trans­for­ma­tional time, es­pe­cially in your per­sonal life. You may be ready for a change of di­rec­tion, or for some­thing new. But if you find the gears are stick­ing as you at­tempt to change gear, take your time to work out a plan. This week is rife with op­por­tu­nity, but also with mis­com­mu­ni­ca­tions and de­lays, so be pre­cise.


Get set to share your re­sources, space or du­ties in a fresh way. You may be ready to com­mit to some­one in a new way, or sim­ply to share your time and en­ergy dif­fer­ently - by del­e­gat­ing chores, for ex­am­ple. For some, this week’s so­lar eclipse will sig­nal a fresh fi­nan­cial chap­ter. If mak­ing long-term de­ci­sions, en­sure you have all the facts be­fore com­mit­ting to plans.


Pre­pare for a fresh chap­ter to be­gin in your per­sonal life. For some, this will re­volve around changes at home that take you into fresh ter­ri­tory. For oth­ers, the cir­cum­stances of the peo­ple around you will change, and stim­u­late dis­cus­sion. To make de­ci­sions that pro­duce the best re­sults, do your re­search and avoid im­pul­sive­ness and se­crecy; it could land you in hot wa­ter.


Get set to turn a corner. This will in­volve fresh ideas, a new work ethic and, for some, re­stored health and vi­tal­ity. A fresh op­por­tu­nity in one or all th­ese ar­eas could be ideal, but you will need to be ready to move for­ward with some of your pre­con­ceived ideas. Above all, avoid im­pul­sive de­ci­sions, as th­ese may seem ad­ven­tur­ous, but could cause mis­takes. Be spon­ta­neous in­stead!

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