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The Gold Coast Bulletin - Gold Coast Eye - - HOROSCOPES - WITH SHEL­LEY VON STRUNCKEL

ARIES MAR 20 — APR 19

As some­body who likes to get things done, few things are more in­fu­ri­at­ing than con­tend­ing with in­di­vid­u­als or sit­u­a­tions that in­volve point­less de­tails. Ir­ri­tat­ing as these are, what you learn in the process of gathering that in­for­ma­tion, and whom you meet, will prove re­ward­ing. So much that you’ll soon ex­change those feel­ings of ex­as­per­a­tion for ex­cite­ment about those in­sights and how you’ll ben­e­fit.

TAU­RUS APR 20 — MAY 20

Hav­ing al­ready thought through de­ci­sions in­volv­ing your way of liv­ing, work­ing or both, the last thing you’d wel­come are changes in cir­cum­stances. Dis­rup­tive as these are, they’re golden op­por­tu­ni­ties, al­though tem­po­rar­ily un­recog­nis­able. If you can’t say yes, just don’t say no, at least un­til the end of the week, when you’ll not only learn more, what comes to light will win you over, fully and un­con­di­tion­ally.

GEM­INI MAY 21 — JUNE 20

Since the piv­otal Gem­ini New Moon, in mid-June, you’ve re­made de­ci­sions sev­eral times. While each in­cor­po­rated worth­while ideas, you’ll soon need to set­tle on some­thing last­ing. You will, but prob­a­bly not un­til next week, when pow­er­ful plan­e­tary in­di­cates that un­ruly plans will be de­cided and, equally, in­de­ci­sive in­di­vid­u­als will fi­nally com­mit, and prop­erly. Bet­ter yet, you’ll fi­nally be able to think about the fu­ture.

CAN­CER JUNE 21 — JULY 21

Life would be a lot eas­ier if you could make fu­ture plans. Or so you think. Ac­tu­ally, the more flex­i­ble both your ar­range­ments and your think­ing are, be­tween now and the po­ten­tially life-chang­ing Can­cer eclipsed New Moon, on the 13th, the bet­ter po­si­tioned you’ll be to take ad­van­tage of the break­throughs it prom­ises. Some will be no sur­prise, but oth­ers will be as un­ex­pected as they are thrilling.

LEO JULY 22 — AUG 22

Chal­leng­ing as re­cent sit­u­a­tions were, they gave you good rea­son to delve into and dis­cuss prob­lems as per­sis­tent as they’ve been puz­zling. Now that you’re bet­ter in­formed, you’re in a po­si­tion to gather facts and, that done, for­mu­late a plan to deal with these, once and for all. While this re­quires be­ing pa­tient, prob­a­bly un­til mid-Au­gust’s Leo eclipsed New Moon, the re­sults will be worth wait­ing for.

VIRGO AUG 23 — SEP 22

Dur­ing re­cent weeks, the prob­lem hasn’t been cir­cum­stances or your own plans but that, in sev­eral sit­u­a­tions, you’ve been un­able to speak freely about your ideas and var­i­ous con­cerns. Ob­vi­ously, this has kept you from pro­ceed­ing with cer­tain ar­range­ments. Frus­trat­ing as this has been, it’s forced you to fo­cus on op­tions that, oth­er­wise, you’d never have con­sid­ered. What you’ve learnt will shape the com­ing weeks’ de­ci­sions.

LI­BRA SEP 23 — OCT 22

If your in­stincts say it’s vi­tal you speak up about cer­tain mat­ters, plans and even tense al­liances — per­sonal or at work — trust them. Aim to get con­cerns set­tled, and plans or ar­range­ments made, be­fore the week’s close, when pow­er­ful plan­e­tary ac­tiv­ity be­gins a tricky, month-long, cy­cle. True, you’ll prob­a­bly need to re­think things later. Still, for now and the near fu­ture, you’ll know what’s what.

SCOR­PIO OCT 23 — NOV 21

Few things an­noy you more than hav­ing to jus­tify your life choices or de­ci­sions to any­body, from fam­ily and friends to those in pro­fes­sional set­tings. Yet re­cently you’d have to do that of­ten and, in the process, spot­ted is­sues you hadn’t pre­vi­ously no­ticed. This is your op­por­tu­nity to re­view these and, where nec­es­sary, re­think ar­range­ments or, per­haps, con­sider ma­jor changes. The tim­ing couldn’t be bet­ter.

SAGIT­TAR­IUS NOV 22 — DEC 20

You rarely think of it, but even when the go­ing is tough, you rely on your amaz­ing tim­ing and ex­tra­or­di­nary good luck. Some­times, things work out bet­ter than you’d imag­ined. Yet now you’re be­ing forced to se­ri­ously re­view dull mat­ters, such as fi­nances or te­dious re­spon­si­bil­i­ties. Tempt­ing as it is to side­step this, it’s not only in your best in­ter­ests, the re­sult­ing in­sights will prove as­ton­ish­ingly valu­able.

CAPRI­CORN DEC 21 — JAN 19

Al­though there’s no ar­gu­ing the ob­sta­cles you’ve faced re­cently were un­fair, you’re also aware they’ve freed you from cer­tain in­creas­ingly re­stric­tive ar­range­ments. So while, log­i­cally, you’d fight to keep these go­ing, you’re wait­ing and watch­ing. Not only is that wise, with the eclipse, on the 13th, shak­ing things up and lead­ing to break­throughs, many thrilling but un­ex­pected, the more flex­i­ble your po­si­tion is, the bet­ter.

AQUAR­IUS JAN 20 — FEB 17

Re­cent per­plex­ing events, if not set­backs, have you won­der­ing if plans need to be rethought. That’s prob­a­bly wise. But for now, fo­cus on what might change or go. This en­ables you to wait for the events, some dra­matic and oth­ers un­ex­pected, kicked off by the pow­er­ful Aquar­ius eclipsed Full Moon on July 27. Be­tween that, and your own evolv­ing pri­or­i­ties, things could be very dif­fer­ent in­deed.

PISCES FEB 18 — MAR 19

While you can live with un­cer­tainty for a long time, you’ve faced weeks of of­ten ex­cit­ing but, also, un­set­tling events. Fi­nally things come to­gether, the turn­ing point be­ing the Sun’s spec­tac­u­lar link with your ruler Nep­tune, on the 8th. Af­ter that, both cir­cum­stances and your pri­or­i­ties will be clearer, enough you’ll be con­fi­dent enough to make dra­matic changes or em­brace un­ex­pected ideas of of­fers.

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