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(NOVEM­BER 23–DE­CEM­BER 21) As Saturn leaves your sign, it’s as if a tight T-shirt is be­ing re­moved. You’ll be able to breathe more eas­ily and move with more dex­ter­ity. Get ready to rumba! The sol­stice, which marks the mo­ment when the sun leaves your sign, is high­light­ing your moves on the dance floor. But rather than putting you un­der pres­sure to per­form a daz­zling dis­play, it’s giv­ing you the con­fi­dence to move with ease and style. The power of the sol­stice can be har­nessed right now. Call 1900 957 223.

CAPRI­CORN It’s been 30 years since Saturn last ar­rived in your sign – some Capri­corns read­ing this weren’t even born – and it’s worth get­ting ex­cited about. While other signs worry that Saturn brings chal­lenges, the great teacher of the cos­mos is happy when it’s at home. Saturn’s con­ver­gence with the sun, at sol­stice, can be the birth­day gift you’ve hoped for. For more on how the sol­stice will trans­form your life, call 1900 957 223.

(DEC 22–JAN 20)

AQUARIUS Walk­ing a mile in some­one else’s shoes is a good way to un­der­stand their point of view. Yet it can still be hard to fully em­pathise – af­ter all, they’re still your feet. As Saturn changes signs, you can dis­card the un­help­ful bi­ases stop­ping you from see­ing things from your own clear per­spec­tive. Then you can walk con­fi­dently, know­ing you’re on a path to suc­cess. If you need some in­spi­ra­tion, this is your week. Call 1900 957 223.

( JAN 21–FEB 19)

PISCES Al­though the sol­stice brings po­ten­tial op­por­tu­ni­ties in di­verse ar­eas, the good news for this time of year is it fo­cuses on your so­cial life. As the sun and Saturn con­verge, you will also find guid­ance and sup­port. You needn’t be in­tim­i­dated by any­one. You’re more than equipped to work through any chal­lenges. On top of that, oth­ers will be drawn to your pres­ence. There is ex­cite­ment in the stars for you this week. Call 1900 957 223.

(FEB 20–MAR 20)

ARIES It’s bet­ter to quit while we’re ahead, but how do we know when we’ve reached that point? With no road mark­ings, it’s easy to get car­ried away by ex­cite­ment and push our luck. It can be tempt­ing, too, to push on when we are stressed. Some­times it is bet­ter not to think too hard, and just fol­low your nat­u­ral

(MAR 21–APR 20)

rhythm. This week, be­fore you make a big de­ci­sion, take a breath and you’ll soon know how to pro­ceed. In­sights are avail­able for you. Call 1900 957 223.

TAURUS De­spite bil­lions of peo­ple pon­der­ing the mean­ing of life, no-one has come up with the de­fin­i­tive an­swer. What we do know for sure is life isn’t an en­durance test. Points aren’t awarded for time we spend suf­fer­ing the com­pany of peo­ple we don’t get on with. Self-mar­tyr­dom never does any­one any good. The sol­stice is em­pow­er­ing you to do what you want to do. You can work magic in your world this week. Find out how: 1900 957 223.

(APR 21–MAY 21)

GEM­INI As Saturn leaves your op­po­site sign, you’re fi­nally al­lowed more free­dom to be who you are with­out wor­ry­ing about be­ing judged. In prin­ci­ple you should feel this way all the time, but liv­ing up to those stan­dards isn’t sim­ple. Of course, noth­ing worth do­ing is ever easy, but it doesn’t have to be as hard as it has felt re­cently. Fol­low­ing the sol­stice, it won’t be. Call if you’re look­ing to make some pos­i­tive changes: 1900 957 223.

(MAY 22–JUN 22)

CAN­CER Take a deep breath – Saturn is en­ter­ing your op­po­site sign. You’ve worked hard, fo­cused on your goal and con­structed an in­tri­cate sup­port sys­tem. Now, as the sun and Saturn con­verge at the sol­stice, it’s time for rest and re­lax­ation; you can slow down. As long as you keep your eyes on the road, a peace­ful and pro­duc­tive phase lies be­fore you. How will the sol­stice trans­form your life? For in­spir­ing news, call 1900 957 223.

( JUN 23–JUL 23)

LEO The sun is con­verg­ing with Saturn (the great teacher) as it re­turns to its ce­les­tial home, bring­ing the mo­ment of

( JUL 24–AUG 23)

re­lease and re­lief you’ve been long­ing for. You’ll find it eas­ier to ex­press your hopes, and find en­cour­age­ment and sup­port from those around you. To take full ad­van­tage of these cos­mic gifts, you need to match in­spi­ra­tion with per­spi­ra­tion. Then the sky re­ally is the limit. The power of the sol­stice can be har­nessed right now. Call 1900 957 223.

VIRGO You’ve been cling­ing to some­thing as if it were a life vest. But are you sure it’s help­ing you stay afloat and not just im­ped­ing your stroke? As Saturn changes signs, it en­cour­ages you to step out of a dif­fi­cult sit­u­a­tion. You’re strong and you’ve de­vel­oped vi­tal skills. Now it’s time to move freely. Get ready to move on to some­where more invit­ing. You can al­ter what you want and make it work for you. Call 1900 957 223.

(AUG 24–SEP 23)

LIBRA Back in the 12th-cen­tury, his­to­rian Henry of Hunt­ing­don wrote about King Cnut, who had his throne set on the seashore and com­manded the waves to halt, so as not to wet his robes. The tide duly con­tin­ued and his fol­low­ers learnt “time and tide wait for no man”. An as­pect of your past is catch­ing up with you. For­tu­nately, this par­tic­u­lar wave brings in­spi­ra­tion and il­lu­mi­na­tion. This week can bring the suc­cess you de­serve in your life. Call 1900 957 223.

(SEP 24–OCT 23)

SCORPIO We of­ten be­lieve what we want to be­lieve. Un­con­scious bi­ases and un­ful­filled dreams in­flu­ence our de­ci­sions. Al­though you’re gen­er­ally dis­cern­ing, you’re on the brink of ac­cept­ing a sit­u­a­tion that de­serves more scru­tiny. The sol­stice lights the way to ask ques­tions you’ve been avoid­ing, and the an­swers will show you how to pro­ceed. You can find in­spi­ra­tion and make change hap­pen. Call 1900 957 223.

(OCT 24–NOV 22)

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