GEM­INI

Harper’s Bazaar (Malaysia) - - Horoscopes -

May 22 – June 21 Ro­mance and es­capism may have been in short sup­ply re­cently. But you’re about to be com­pen­sated for all those oc­ca­sions you’ve had to fo­cus on the more se­ri­ous side of life while oth­ers had fun. The long wait will no doubt prove to be worth it. When it does, make no se­cret of it. Mantra of the month Cheat the

earth and the earth will cheat you.

LEO

CANCER

June 22 – July 23 Loved ones may be sur­prised at the ex­tent to which you sud­denly want to re­think your home or fam­ily life. A Lu­nar eclipse mid-month will make you face up to truths you’ve pre­vi­ously avoided. Rather than be­ing fear­ful, you’ll pos­i­tively em­brace the fresh start. Mantra of the month Cus­tom of­ten makes the best law. July 24 – Au­gust 23 Re­luc­tant though you might be, you’ll feel obliged to take on re­spon­si­bil­i­ties that are chal­leng­ing but should bring huge re­wards. Be that as it may, those in­sist­ing that you should be­come an overnight suc­cess don’t know you very well. Try telling them what you’re re­ally all about. Mantra of the month If you do what you’ve al­ways done, you’ll get what you’ve al­ways re­ceived.

LI­BRA

VIRGO

Au­gust 24 – Septem­ber 23 If ex­penses have been burn­ing a hole in your pocket, then you need to prac­tise greater self-dis­ci­pline. But that’s not to say you have to be­come mean and miserly. Some­one close needs and de­serves to be pam­pered and your gen­eros­ity of spirit might have to make up for any short­age of funds. Mantra of the month Why shake the tree if the fruit is fall­ing off by it­self? Septem­ber 24 – Oc­to­ber 23 Ini­tially you’ll as­sume you can jug­gle pro­fes­sional and per­sonal is­sues. But by the time Jupiter op­poses Pluto on April 20 you’ll re­alise you must fo­cus on one im­por­tant area at a time. People will ap­pre­ci­ate you for do­ing the sen­si­ble thing rather than blame you for be­ing un­able to mul­ti­task. Mantra of the month Help yourself first be­fore you set out to help oth­ers.

SCOR­PIO

Oc­to­ber 24 – Novem­ber 22 Al­though you won’t want to boast about all the work you’ve done or dead­lines you’ve met, it will do no harm to re­mind people that you’ve achieved so much. Don’t al­low yourself to be taken for granted by those who un­abashedly share the spoils of all you’ve achieved, sin­gle-hand­edly. Mantra of the month It’s the per­son with burned fin­gers who in­vests in tongs.

SAGIT­TAR­IUS

Novem­ber 23 – De­cem­ber 21 One or two people might be right when they point out that your more cre­ative ideas are likely to come at quite a high cost. But if you are will­ing to pick up the bill yourself, they re­ally have noth­ing to worry about. So refuse to be dis­suaded from spoil­ing yourself and some­one close. Mantra of the month Blood does not need fire to boil.

CAPRI­CORN

De­cem­ber 22 – Jan­uary 20 Try to keep a part­ner­ship or mar­i­tal prob­lem away from friends and fam­ily. You’re about to have dis­cus­sions that will con­tain in­ti­mate de­tails, and you don’t want to say any­thing that can­not be un­said. Be very care­ful about choos­ing the right time and place to be un­usu­ally candid. Mantra of the month Cheap things are not good. Good things are not cheap.

AQUAR­IUS

Jan­uary 21 – Fe­bru­ary 19 When your sixth sense tells you to re­mind oth­ers to take greater care of them­selves, you’ve no op­tion but to do it. Yes, you will sound bossy and in­ter­fer­ing but it would be even worse if you were to just re­main silent and al­low those in­volved to run some kind of risk. Speak up. Mantra of the month Those who al­ways give will al­ways have.

PISCES

Fe­bru­ary 20 – March 20 Frus­trat­ing though it may be, some small jour­ney or sig­nif­i­cant meet­ing must be post­poned. How­ever, some­one close will re­alise how much it would mean for you to be able to make an es­pe­cially ex­cit­ing move. Around the time of the so­lar eclipse in late April there’ll be no hold­ing you back. Mantra of the month Count not what is lost but what is left.

Neck­lace, Marni

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