Self-help books sometimes suggest that all we have to do is ‘reach for our inner-strength’ and we will naturally evolve into higher beings. But occasionally it seems we have to struggle for a long time to overcome bad habits. In 2015, you begin to recognise that you have been doing things that you don’t really want to be doing. Of course, if you are in a situation and you don’t fully understand how you got into it, it can be difficult to get yourself out of it. It’s also tricky if you think you have an accurate insight, only to discover you’ve been swallowing an explanation made up of half-truths. This year’s events bring deep insights into the people around you, enabling you to see why conflicts have arisen, why relationships have become stressful or how wounds can be healed. How do you get out of a situation that you wish you weren’t in? You have to try to find a neutral standpoint. What confuses us most of the time is what we think we know. When we think we know something, we don’t recognise what we don’t know, and consequently we are not open to the answers we ought to be listening to. Life will somehow make it easier for you to be less sure of yourself this year. That, in turn, will mean you are in a far better position to become much more sure of yourself in the long-term. For more, visit Cainer.com or call MTN 083 900 8536 or Vodacom 079 008 4034.