Sunday Herald Sun - Stellar - - Contents - by Os­car Cainer

Your weekly stars.

LIBRA (Septem­ber 24–Oc­to­ber 23)

They say we can’t have ev­ery­thing we want. Thank­fully, the re­verse also ap­plies; you can’t have ev­ery­thing you don’t want. As Mer­cury con­juncts Jupiter in your sign while link­ing to Venus, it re­minds us of as­sets for which we should be grate­ful. What stops us recog­nis­ing and em­ploy­ing th­ese? Want­ing the unattain­able! Mer­cury’s ac­tiv­ity, ahead of the Su­per­moon, asks you to want some­thing dif­fer­ent. What’s the best way for­ward? How can you over­come chal­lenges? Call 1900 957 223.

SCORPIO (Oct 24–Nov 22)

When we need a pick-me-up, we might or­der a deca­dent dessert. This usu­ally works… tem­po­rar­ily. None of us can be deliri­ously happy all the time. Life has peaks and troughs. But even the zigzag of a light­ning bolt needs earth to ground it. This week, con­sider the con­text of a con­quest. There is a way to be mean­ing­fully sat­is­fied. See the big­ger pic­ture and keep mov­ing in the right di­rec­tion. Call 1900 957 223.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov 23–Dec 21)

We’re all just vis­i­tors to this world. Does that mean we’re all the same? If not, what makes us dif­fer­ent? As the Sun moves into op­po­si­tion with Uranus, what sets you apart? And a fol­low-up ques­tion: what makes you think that if you try to do what oth­ers have tried and failed, you’ll fail, too? The Su­per­moon sug­gests you may not. What does your heart de­sire and can you achieve it? Call 1900 957 223.

CAPRICORN (Dec 22–Jan 20)

Ideas can shape the fu­ture. But only when matched with deeds. It wasn’t Colum­bus’s idea that the East Indies could be reached by sail­ing west. But it was his en­deav­our that helped found mod­ern-day Amer­ica. You can have ideas that be­gin some­thing im­por­tant. Be it what you in­tend, or happy ac­ci­dent, now’s the time to build a legacy. View the chal­lenges ahead in a new light and over­come them. Call 1900 957 223.

AQUARIUS ( Jan 21–Feb 19)

Mo­tor­ways seem very straight on a map. Viewed from the air, though, they bend as much as rivers. Only the an­cient Ro­mans man­aged to build roads that never de­vi­ated. You’re not an an­cient Ro­man; your road through life must be al­lowed to me­an­der. Don’t be­grudge the con­vo­luted ap­proach you’ve had to take.

You’re do­ing the right thing in the right way – at the right pace. Will the dream you’re chas­ing come true? Call your weekly fore­cast: 1900 957 223.

PISCES (Feb 20–Mar 20)

Some dis­cov­er­ies are too big to keep se­cret. We like the glam­our of be­ing “in the know”. And we all want to feel part of a club… but a se­cret so­ci­ety with pow­er­ful friends and an im­pres­sive knowl­edge-base? Though that may be tempt­ing, be care­ful what you say. Don’t be the lips that sink ships; be the mind that cu­rates a valu­able find. For great advice to guide you through the twists this week, call 1900 957 223.

ARIES (Mar 21–Apr 20)

More by ac­ci­dent than de­sign, you’re close to where you need to be. Does that mean it’s fine to be spon­ta­neous, or that you’d have got­ten fur­ther if you’d made bet­ter plans? I’ll leave those ques­tions hang­ing. You can reach an en­vi­able po­si­tion this week. Next week­end’s Su­per­moon in­vites you to make the most of this break­through. What’s the best way for­ward? How can you over­come chal­lenges? Call 1900 957 223.

TAURUS (Apr 21–May 21)

You’re a big in­flu­ence. You don’t even have to go out of your way to show off your ca­pa­bil­i­ties. Your ef­forts nat­u­rally win you ad­mi­ra­tion. So why are you strug­gling to con­vince some­one you’re wor­thy of ac­claim? Have you set the bar so high that even your su­per­hu­man leaps look av­er­age? Be your­self this week, but aim for your “per­sonal best” self. See the big­ger pic­ture and keep mov­ing in the right di­rec­tion. Call 1900 957 223.

GEMINI (May 22–Jun 22)

How are you do­ing in your cam­paign to be more tol­er­ant, pa­tient, lov­ing and for­giv­ing? It might be eas­ier if the world didn’t seem full of peo­ple who act like id­iots, while in­sist­ing it’s only be­cause ev­ery­one else is be­ing so id­i­otic. If you take even one step along that path, you’ll find it soon be­comes a slip­pery slope. Try to be higher, wiser, kin­der and more clear. Life will re­ward you. What does your heart re­ally de­sire and can you achieve it? Call 1900 957 223.

CAN­CER ( Jun 23–Jul 23)

There’s much to achieve now, but plenty to do be­fore­hand. It’s no good sit­ting by the door like a good dog­gie, wait­ing for the en­ve­lope to drop through the mail slot. Get out and hunt down that postie! Well, hunt is a strong word – don’t bite the mes­sen­ger. But you can sniff out who has the power to help you. Then, with a friend at your side, you can get where you need to be. View the chal­lenges ahead in a new light. Call 1900 957 223.

LEO ( Jul 24–Aug 23)

They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks. But you’re not a dog learn­ing a trick. You’re sim­ply hon­ing skills you’ve been de­vel­op­ing for years. Only now can you start us­ing them in an un­usual con­text. With Uranus soon op­pos­ing the Sun, you’ll be­gin do­ing some­thing you don’t nor­mally do – and do­ing it well. The more you dare to be dif­fer­ent, the more your sit­u­a­tion will change for the bet­ter. Will the dream you are chas­ing come true? Call 1900 957 223.

VIRGO (Aug 24–Sep 23)

It’s frus­trat­ing to miss an exit on the mo­tor­way; you have to drive to the next one and dou­ble back. If your luck is like mine, you’ll end up stuck in traf­fic go­ing the op­po­site way. Per­haps you feel you’ve had to re­cover lost ground lately? Don’t de­spair. You’re en­ter­ing the next phase of your jour­ney. Your GPS has re­cal­cu­lated and the route ahead is clear. For great advice to guide you through the twists this week, call 1900 957 223.

1. Learn some­thing you’ve al­ways wanted to learn.

2. See the world – make a list of places you want to visit and then start tick­ing them off.

3. Take time out to go home. I haven’t been back to Perth re­cently but I’m crav­ing it – I get nos­tal­gic ev­ery now and then.

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