20 – APR 19
Disruptive events and heightened emotions triggered byWednesday’s eclipsed Full Moon could seem overwhelming. These, and vulnerable feelings, may however help clarify your priorities. Defer decisions until next week when it’s calmer.
20 – MAY 20
The moment you realise that developments are breaking up old and restrictive patterns, your worries will vanish. And new events? Explore even what seems unappealing and keep plans flexible, since what’s least expected could prove best.
MAY 21 – JUN 20
With Mercury retrograde until the 25th, confusion is inevitable, yet often surprisingly illuminating. Knowing that, regard both surprises and setbacks as lessons. Instead of worrying about the results, learn from your experiences.
21 – JUL 21
Wednesday’s eclipsed Full Moon, which accents work and lifestyle, either brings matters to a head or events simply make the decision for you. If it doesn’t suit you, don’t worry. Explore your options and then make any changes you want.
JUL 22 – AUG 22
You’re feeling edgy because of the eclipsed Full Moon onWednesday. Urgent as decisions seem, during a period as changeable as this, it’s unlikely they’ll last. It might be best to put them off.
23 – SEP 22
You’re generally able to avoid mistakes, but with Mercury retrograde until October, errors are inevitable. While that’s frustrating, regard them as a chance to review existing plans and ask questions.
23 – OCT 22
Challenging planetary activity involving Venus suggests that all your plans will need a rethink. As Wednesday’s eclipse shakes things up for everybody, a fresh start is wise. So explore every option. What’s least expected could prove best.
23 – NOV 21
While you may have been unable to avoid worrying developments, you’ll have raised questions as a way of delaying them. You’re better off plunging in. What experience reveals will be useful now, but crucial after the 23rd.
NOV 22 – DEC 20
With Mercury retrograde until the 25th, changes are inevitable no matter what you do. So go for the new ideas and offers that are coming your way, but organise plans so they can be changed easily, and frequently, as is inevitable.
21 – JAN 19
You’ve been trying to reorganise elements of your life for ages, but with little success. Now things are moving, but not in the direction you’d thought. With two eclipses soon to shake things up, you’ll be able to revise plans often, so don’t worry.
20 – FEB 17
If in doubt about the wisdom of offers, think of times in the past when you had similar questions about abrupt changes, were forced to make them anyway, then ended up being delighted. It’s the same now.
FEB 18 – MAR 19
While you’re sympathetic about others’ anxieties towards changes, your instincts say things are as good as they seem. And they are. The faster you get involved, the more swiftly others will recognise this too.
Shelley von Strunckel, one of the world’s top astrologers, writes a weekly forecast for Friday.