YOUR STARS

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ARIES MAR 20 — APR 19

You thrive on the new. Yet with Mer­cury ret­ro­grade in your sign, and the Aries New Moon, on the 16th, in­tro­duc­ing a fresh per­spec­tive, each day brings some­thing new. While oth­ers may com­plain about your fre­quent reschedul­ing, apol­o­gise, but con­tinue to ex­plore your op­tions, many of which will be as un­ex­pected as they are ex­cit­ing. Plans? They can wait. For now, fo­cus on ex­plo­ration.

LEO JULY 22 — AUG 22

An­noy­ing as re­cent un­set­tling sit­u­a­tions were, you nav­i­gated around them. Now, how­ever, you’ll have to delve into those com­plex is­sues. Ini­tially, you’ll want to make swift work of them. But within days, you’ll re­alise you’re be­ing drawn into chal­leng­ing but amaz­ingly in­for­ma­tive dis­cus­sions. This both ex­plains past is­sues and, even more, clar­i­fies what and who should come first in your life, now and in the fu­ture.

SAGIT­TAR­IUS NOV 22 — DEC 20

You’re amaz­ingly tol­er­ant of the quirks of oth­ers. Yet you de­mand two things of those clos­est, hon­esty and be­ing trust­wor­thy. Re­cent events raised ques­tions about this, which has made you wary of even dis­cussing these mat­ters with the in­di­vid­u­als in ques­tion. If ever there was a time to talk things over, it’s now. This isn’t just about them, it’s about you be­ing more open as well.

TAURUS APR 20 — MAY 20

Cur­rently, life’s about dis­cov­ery. The trick is to ac­knowl­edge that seem­ingly un­ap­peal­ing if not un­wise events are ben­e­fi­cial. They’re broad­en­ing your hori­zons in terms of your life­style and plans. Bet­ter yet, you’ll will­ingly ex­plore even un­ex­pected de­vel­op­ments. This also means shed­ding cer­tain fa­mil­iar but re­stric­tive habits. By as early as next week, you’ll re­alise just how ex­cit­ing these new al­liances or ac­tiv­i­ties could be.

VIRGO AUG 23 — SEP 22

Or­di­nar­ily you’ll tackle prob­lems im­me­di­ately. But swift changes makes anal­y­sis dif­fi­cult. What’s more, sev­eral sit­u­a­tions in­volve oth­ers, and they’re strug­gling with clar­ity, too. The so­lu­tion? Wait and watch. For now, con­sider what could go. Be­tween rapidly chang­ing sit­u­a­tions and oth­ers’ strug­gles, you’ve plenty to think about and dis­cuss. Ideally, you’ll avoid mak­ing se­ri­ous or last­ing plans un­til your ruler Mer­cury’s ret­ro­grade cy­cle ends, on the 15th.

CAPRI­CORN DEC 21 — JAN 19

For weeks you’ve been dis­cussing po­ten­tial changes in el­e­ments of your life but noth­ing seemed right. That’s partly be­cause of cir­cum­stances but, as much, you’re ques­tion­ing your pri­or­i­ties. Not only are cir­cum­stances chang­ing, so is what and who you put first. Don’t rush this. It may not be un­til late April that things are clear. But once they are, you’ll know ex­actly what to do.

GEMINI MAY 21 — JUNE 20

Usu­ally you’ll hap­pily yield to those who’ll or­gan­ise things for you. But cur­rent plans in­volve sit­u­a­tions or in­di­vid­u­als you’ve dis­liked in the past. Tempt­ing as it is to es­cape these, don’t. What you do and who you meet could add to your life in ways that pre­vi­ously seemed im­pos­si­ble. Still, com­mit to noth­ing un­til af­ter the 15th, when your ruler Mer­cury’s ret­ro­grade cy­cle ends and clar­ity re­turns.

LIBRA SEP 23 — OCT 22

Only days ago, you were con­fi­dent cer­tain tricky is­sues had been re­solved and plans could progress. But since then, cir­cum­stances have changed and so has the mood of oth­ers. While frus­trat­ing, this gives you a chance to re­view your own pri­or­i­ties. What you learn will sur­prise you and, even more, lead to re­think­ing once solid plans. For now, merely ex­plore. De­ci­sions can, and should, wait.

AQUARIUS JAN 20 — FEB 17

In late March cer­tain events made you re­alise that, in sev­eral sit­u­a­tions, you’ve made com­pro­mises. The nec­es­sary changes seemed so over­whelm­ing you did noth­ing. How­ever, it’s now time to be­gin ex­plor­ing your op­tions and, equally, break­ing long­stand­ing habits. This process will get you think­ing about places and, es­pe­cially, peo­ple you’ve re­garded as un­set­tling. They are, be­cause they’re part of the new chap­ter of your life.

CAN­CER JUNE 21 — JULY 21

You’ve been ex­plor­ing po­ten­tial changes in your do­mes­tic or work­ing life for weeks. But on­go­ing changes meant de­ci­sions didn’t last. This week ex­plore ideas or op­tions you’d pre­vi­ously ig­nored. This pre­pares you for the New Moon, on the 16th, which prom­ises a fresh per­spec­tive, if not ex­cit­ing changes. In the mean­time, con­duct a se­ri­ous edit of ac­tiv­i­ties and al­liances that add noth­ing to your life.

SCORPIO OCT 23 — NOV 21

When you en­counter com­plex ob­sta­cles, such as those you’re cur­rently fac­ing, you’ll re­flect a lot but say lit­tle. This time around you’re urged to be more open. While ini­tially you’ll feel un­easy, if not vul­ner­a­ble, you’ll soon be dis­cussing these mat­ters with un­ac­cus­tomed open­ness. This will be both in­for­ma­tive and build trust with oth­ers. Still, when it comes to de­ci­sions, they’ll be yours, and yours alone.

PISCES FEB 18 — MAR 19

Few would re­gard you as stub­born. But, when it comes to cer­tain sit­u­a­tions, you have sim­ply re­fused to do what­ever comes next. Deep down you know that’s be­cause this will mean al­ter­ing cer­tain ar­range­ments that have be­come an ex­cuse for not mak­ing over­due changes. Bizarrely, you know these would ben­e­fit you. Now you’ve run out of ex­cuses. It’s time to take the next step.

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