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LI­BRA (Septem­ber 24–Oc­to­ber 23)

In an ideal world, we’d do ev­ery­thing at the right mo­ment and have ac­cess to ev­ery re­source we re­quire. In­stead, we have to make the most of what we’ve got. But as the Sun and Mer­cury leave your sign only to con­verge, maybe there’s some­thing ideal about the way in which things are not per­fect. This week, as Mars squares the planet of sur­prise in your op­po­site sign, what seems like a draw­back may ac­tu­ally be an as­set. Aus­pi­cious align­ments sug­gest good times soon. Call 1900 957 223.

SCOR­PIO (Oct 24–Nov 22)

Are you be­ing the best ver­sion of your­self that you can be? Are you act­ing nat­u­rally or try­ing to dis­guise your­self as some­thing you’re not? As we near the time of year you were born, try to make your­self feel at home. You don’t have to bare your soul to ev­ery Tom, Dick and Har­riet, but nei­ther should you pre­tend to be some­one you are not. Knowl­edge is power. Take full ad­van­tage of your horo­scope. Call 1900 957 223.

SAGIT­TAR­IUS (Nov 23–Dec 21)

If this week were mu­sic, it would be em­a­nat­ing from a parked car, pound­ing out teeth-rat­tling bass. It would be so in­tru­sive, you’d prob­a­bly march over to the source and de­mand it be turned down. But, on ap­proach­ing, you’d catch the melody. And, de­spite your­self, your toes would be tap­ping! With Venus in your sign squar­ing Nep­tune, this week sings a new song for you. If you want good news right now, call 1900 957 223.

CAPRI­CORN (Dec 22–Jan 20)

I re­cently read about a sci­en­tist who had grown minia­ture hu­man brains in petri dishes. Per­haps this means that one day we’ll be able to swap our brain for a new one. Though you might want to break with the past this week, you’ll have to do it us­ing the same bril­liant brain you’ve had since birth. Luck­ily, you’ve al­ready got the tools to make the dif­fer­ence. Use them. What’s in the sky for you? Help­ful plan­e­tary align­ments. Call 1900 957 223.

AQUAR­IUS ( Jan 21–Feb 19)

The world places great em­pha­sis on the con­cept of “win­ning and los­ing”. I blame the de­ifi­ca­tion of sport. We watch with bated breath as ath­letes strug­gle to earn cov­eted medals, in­spir­ing us to go for glory. All that pres­sure and po­ten­tial for dis­ap­point­ment. What kind of suc­cess do you seek? Do you re­ally need to beat

any­one to achieve it? This week, your great­est vic­to­ries will re­sult from a team ef­fort. Solve prob­lems. Ease trou­bles. Find so­lu­tions. Call for help: 1900 957 223.

PISCES (Feb 20–Mar 20)

My tod­dler con­stantly gives me pep-talks with­out real­is­ing. Re­cently, he said it’s “Yes­ter­day, not Nos­ter­day”. Like­wise, think of your fu­ture as to­moreow not to­lessow. It’s time to as­sess life in an in­no­va­tive way. And while you may want to es­chew per­sonal gains to ben­e­fit oth­ers, re­mem­ber that what you achieve will be more re­ward­ing than what you sac­ri­fice. Get more out of your week. For en­cour­ag­ing news, call 1900 957 223.

ARIES (Mar 21–Apr 20)

Ed­u­ca­tion is only ex­cit­ing when there’s a hunger for knowl­edge. And if we’re keen enough, we’ll plough through te­dious text­books and ea­gerly at­tend so­porific speak­ers. This week, with the ap­proach­ing Venus-saturn con­junc­tion to en­er­gise you, you’ll eas­ily mas­ter a daunt­ing sub­ject. The dis­cov­er­ies you make now hold the se­crets to your fu­ture suc­cess. Cu­ri­ous to know more? For heart­warm­ing news, call 1900 957 223.

TAU­RUS (Apr 21–May 21)

What do you pic­ture when you imag­ine your­self re­lax­ing? You might see a bath, with can­dles glow­ing. And, no doubt, in this sce­nario no one is de­mand­ing your at­ten­tion. How­ever, since the plan­ets are invit­ing you to shift your fo­cus to­wards oth­ers this week, you may find your­self jump­ing into a quick shower. It might not be a tran­quil time, but it will be in­spir­ing. Live your life to the full. For help­ful ad­vice, call 1900 957 223.

GEM­INI (May 22–Jun 22)

When did you last look be­hind your fridge? What’s hid­ing be­neath the sofa? Oh wait, you’re a Gem­ini. These ar­eas are prob­a­bly more spick and span than they are in other peo­ple’s homes. Yet we all have things we “see” but don’t no­tice, and we all make ar­range­ments with­out first ask­ing, “Why am I do­ing this?” With a dis­rup­tive Mars-uranus align­ment, these mat­ters re­quire con­sid­er­a­tion. Change is pos­si­ble right now. Get some help. Call 1900 957 223.

CAN­CER ( Jun 23–Jul 23)

As a Cance­rian, you have a golden as­set up your sleeve: your heart. It’s at the cen­tre of all you say and do. This week, you may get ir­ri­tated as oth­ers seem un­able to take ac­tion. But rather than feel­ing frus­trated, try to sum­mon your kind­ness. If you can find an in­no­va­tive way to ex­press your­self, you can be the mo­ti­vat­ing force for mean­ing­ful change. You have so much to look for­ward to. For in­spi­ra­tion, call 1900 957 223.

LEO ( Jul 24–Aug 23)

We tell our­selves sto­ries about our his­to­ries, and we re­peat them so of­ten that we be­gin to be­lieve they are ob­jec­tive facts – the only ac­cu­rate ver­sion of events. How­ever, as the Sun con­juncts Mer­cury this week, you can re­visit a par­tic­u­lar part of your past. And, once you see it dif­fer­ently, you’ll fi­nally be able to im­ple­ment changes and un­lock your po­ten­tial. Don’t fear the fu­ture. Un­der­stand it and change it if you wish. Call 1900 957 223.

VIRGO (Aug 24–Sept 23)

The hu­man brain doesn’t need all the let­ters in a word to be in the right or­der to read it. So, if I were to write this with the let­ters jum­bled up in some of the wrods, you mgiht not no­tice. Ex­cept you’re a Virgo, so of course you’d re­alise there was some­thing wrong that needed fix­ing! This week, try to think dif­fer­ently about how you ex­press your­self. Make the most of your op­por­tu­ni­ties. For in­spir­ing news, call 1900 957 223.

1. Seek out wilder­ness – it gives you the gift of per­spec­tive. It’s a great way to pare back to an el­e­men­tal state and just “be”.

2. Com­mit fully. What­ever you take on, give it your all.

3. Don’t be a slave to pub­lic opin­ion. As a kid, my fam­ily moved around and I had to de­velop a thick skin. Do your own thing with­out hes­i­ta­tion.

Jared’s tips for forg­ing your own style

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