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Townsville Bulletin - - The Goss - with Shel­ley von Strunckel

aries Mar 20 – Apr 19

chal­leng­ing You than fi nd ad­mit­ting new things to more vul­ner­a­ble feel­ings. But not only that, those feel­ings have kept you from tak­ing de­ci­sive ac­tion in sev­eral im­por­tant sit­u­a­tions. Ac­tu­ally, these can wait. What you learn from ac­knowl­edg­ing and, more chal­leng­ing yet, dis­cussing those is­sues more than jus­tifi es the ef­fort re­quired.


Jul 22 – Aug 22

Un­der or­di­nary cir­cum­stances you’d be right to stand up to those in­di­vid­u­als or sit­u­a­tions you re­gard as un­fair. What you’re cur­rently fac­ing, how­ever, is con­sid­er­ably more com­plex than you re­alise. Strange as do­ing noth­ing seems, bide your time. Events over the next few days will re­veal why that was the best strat­egy.


Nov 22 – Dec 20

In late Jan­uary your rul­ing planet Jupiter moved into the dy­namic sign of Aries and to ac­cent who and what you love most. Over the com­ing seven days it’s joined by the ideas planet, Mer­cury, and in­ven­tive Uranus. This isn’t just be­gin­ning a new chap­ter, it will make your life far more ex­cit­ing.


Apr 20 – May 20

That you’re right in your anal­y­sis of the attitude, which says that one par­tic­u­lar in­di­vid­ual is be­ing colos­sally stub­born, is one thing. That alone doesn’t mean they’ll lis­ten. Ac­tu­ally, it could make things worse. In­stead, com­ment diplo­mat­i­cally on their attitude, then back off and al­low­ing them to think about your words.


Aug 23 – Sep 22

When facts are needed, you’re an ex­pert at ac­quir­ing the re­quired in­for­ma­tion. But there’s also your in­tu­ition, which you of­ten ig­nore. With your ruler Mer­cury both mov­ing into a new sign and meet­ing the in­ven­tive Uranus, which in­di­cates a promis­ing week, you’ll want to be alert to both those piv­otal facts and pow­er­ful in­sights.


Dec 21 – Jan 19

Few signs are blessed with the log­i­cal mind of a Capricorn. This abil­ity to as­sess even tricky sit­u­a­tions pre­vents you from get­ting in­volved in things you’d later re­gret. Now, how­ever, what seems least likely, if not just plain un­wise, could prove to be amaz­ingly fruit­ful. Ex­plore ab­so­lutely ev­ery­thing that comes your way.


May 21 – June 20

By no means are you rigid in your think­ing or your attitude to­wards even un­ex­pected changes. Yet what’s cur­rently aris­ing could seem over­whelm­ing, even for you. Bizarrely, the swift pace could play into your hand, be­cause it’s un­likely they’ll re­main as fi rst or­gan­ised. They could, in fact, change en­tirely, and within days.


Sep 23 – Oct 22

Tempt­ing as it is to tip­toe around po­ten­tially up­set­ting is­sues, do­ing so could ac­tu­ally con­fuse mat­ters. Oth­ers are as aware of their pres­ence as you are and as puz­zled that you’re avoid­ing these. They could even as­sume you’ve some­thing to hide. Un­set­tling as the re­veal­ing hard facts are, ul­ti­mately that’s the best ap­proach.


Jan 20 – Feb 17

Be­cause your rul­ing planet Uranus changes signs rarely, its move into Aries at the end of the week is a ma­jor turn­ing point. If you want a sense of what’s com­ing, think back to the pe­riod from June to Septem­ber of last year, when it made a tem­po­rary visit to its new lo­ca­tion.


Jun 21 – Jul 21

For ages you’ve in­tended to ex­plore var­i­ous in­trigu­ing ideas but have al­ways been dis­tracted by more press­ing mat­ters. Now those con­cepts that have so fas­ci­nated you have be­come in­creasinly in­ter­est­ing. They’re now part of ex­cit­ing new ven­tures. And this gives you a far more com­pelling rea­son to in­vest time in them.


Oct 23 – Nov 21

Frus­trat­ing as re­cent set­backs may have been, within days you’ll be grate­ful they took place. They pre­vented you tak­ing cer­tain plans to the next stage. Be­sides, judg­ing by the rapid pace of change, what seemed a good idea only re­cently would soon be­come a prob­lem. Be pre­pared to re­think things, and soon.


Feb 18 – Mar 19

If you’re still mulling over the in­sights trig­gered by the Pisces New Moon late last week, it’s no sur­prise. While you’ve been think­ing about some of these is­sues for ages, oth­ers have only just sur­faced. Once you’ve thoughts about these in greater depth, you’ll re­alise many help re­solve dilem­mas, old and new.

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