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LEO (July 24–Au­gust 23)

For Leos, any as­tro­log­i­cal as­pect in­volv­ing the sun has an im­pact. So get ready, be­cause the sun is in your sign, which means that the com­ing full moon will be op­po­site. As the moon dark­ens for a lu­nar eclipse, its magic and strength weave to in­crease your pow­ers of mys­tery. With the sun-saturn-jupiter tri­an­gle fo­cus­ing on your abil­ity to charm, you can find your­self placed into a po­si­tion of lead­er­ship. The skies are filled with ce­les­tial por­tents. Max­imise their power. Call 1900 957 223.

VIRGO (Aug 24–Sep 23)

If you’re a top ath­lete, days off are rare. Train­ing rou­tines dic­tate your life and de­ter­mi­na­tion is key. In those mo­ments, when your heart and mind con­nect and know what they want, you can be in­ci­sive and move like an elite swim­mer, cut­ting through the wa­ter to reach your tar­get. This week, you can make a sweet and vi­tal move; a prize is at­tain­able. For your in-depth guide to the week, call 1900 957 223.

LIBRA (Sep 24–Oct 23)

My son can be cre­ative with the truth. He knows, for ex­am­ple, that he was born via C-sec­tion. Yet when he talks about it, he in­sists on his ver­sion of events: “I punched my way out!” We all tell our­selves sto­ries to make sense of things. This week, don’t let facts get in the way of a deeper un­der­stand­ing. Be­lieve what you must and you’ll make progress. If you need some in­spi­ra­tion, this is your week. Call 1900 957 223.

SCORPIO (Oct 24–Nov 22)

When NASA de­clared its in­tent to put the first man on the moon, the plan was backed by am­bi­tion, sci­ence and bil­lions of US dol­lars. Although the ad­ven­ture you’re be­ing drawn to is smaller in scale, in a way it’s your own moon land­ing. You want to go where no one has gone be­fore. Luck­ily, all you need for this jour­ney is am­bi­tion. Act on it. Call if you are look­ing to make some pos­i­tive changes: 1900 957 223.

SAGITTARIU­S (Nov 23–Dec 21)

Is it me or have weather fore­casts be­come more dra­matic? Per­haps it’s be­cause the weather is more in­tense. But no mat­ter what the skies look like this week, the heav­enly weather looks bright. The lu­nar eclipse gives way to a mi­nor grand trine in­volv­ing Saturn, in your sign, and your ruler Jupiter.

Put the psy­cho­log­i­cal um­brella away. It’s time to step into the sun­shine. There are rev­e­la­tions and in­sights in store for you. Call 1900 957 223.

CAPRI­CORN (Dec 22–Jan 20)

You’re re­lieved of duty. And yet it seems that you aren’t re­lieved. You may have in­vested more of your­self, your time and en­ergy than was nec­es­sary. Your ef­forts are com­mend­able and much ap­pre­ci­ated by ev­ery­one in­volved, but you’ve done what you agreed to do. The as­tro­log­i­cal al­liance in­sists that it’s time for you to step back and en­joy the fruits of your labour. For your in-depth guide to the week, call 1900 957 223.

AQUAR­IUS ( Jan 21–Feb 19)

This is a spe­cial time for Aquar­i­ans; a lu­nar eclipse ar­rives just be­fore your mod­ern ruler Uranus makes a rare align­ment with Nep­tune. This should be a par­tic­u­larly in­spir­ing week as you fi­nally re­alise what it is you’ve been wait­ing for. Be sure you re­main grounded. In­spi­ra­tion wed­ded to prac­ti­cal­ity is the match the heav­ens want to make. There is ex­cite­ment in the stars for you. Call 1900 957 223.

PISCES (Feb 20–Mar 20)

Some­body once sang, ‘A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes’, and your heart is wish­ing fiercely for some­thing. Cyn­ics would have us be­lieve that dream­ing is a fruit­less ex­er­cise. But hu­man­ity’s great­est achieve­ments started with a fan­tas­ti­cal idea. So ig­nore the naysay­ers this week and go with your cra­zi­est, wildest dreams. Find in­spi­ra­tion to make the changes you need in your life. Call 1900 957 223.

ARIES (Mar 21–Apr 20)

The moon reaches full­ness as it aligns op­po­site the sun, thus cre­at­ing a full moon and a lu­nar eclipse. Re­la­tion­ships are es­pe­cially in­ten­si­fied un­der this ce­les­tial spot­light. A con­nec­tion with some­one close can deepen as you de­velop in­sight into their feel­ings. Add the in­flu­ence of your rul­ing planet, Mars, to this as­tro­nom­i­cal mix and you can be con­fi­dent there’s ex­cite­ment in store. If you need some in­spi­ra­tion, this is your week. Call 1900 957 223.

TAU­RUS (Apr 21–May 21)

Our de­sires aren’t easy to talk about. But when you see the shim­mer of some­thing you’ve dreamed of on the hori­zon, it’s time to speak up. This week, as the eclipse ar­rives op­po­site Mars, there’s a sil­ver lin­ing in the clouds that will light the way to­wards some­thing you’ve longed for. The courage you need to move closer to it is eas­ier to find than you think. There’s great news if you are look­ing for in­spi­ra­tion. Call 1900 957 223.

GEMINI (May 22–Jun 22)

A mat­ter you thought was closed has re­opened. Where you had all but given up hope, there’s an in­vi­ta­tion to re-en­ter a sce­nario that you need to re­visit. Here comes the chance to re­solve some­thing. The resid­ual feel­ing of “un­fin­ished busi­ness” can be rec­ti­fied. “We should be the change we want to see in the world,” said Gandhi. You have the power to in­flu­ence, heal and move on in a bet­ter way. You can al­ter what you want and make it work for you. Call 1900 957 223.

CAN­CER ( Jun 23–Jul 23)

Just as TV pro­duc­ers pitch new ideas for shows as be­ing “the same as a pop­u­lar old show – but on acid”, the com­ing lu­nar eclipse is go­ing to be like a full moon “but on steroids”. This time, the full moon’s power is en­hanced to the point where shad­ows are over­come by lu­mi­nos­ity. This sug­gests that the recog­ni­tion you’ve been wait­ing for is on its way at last. You can work magic in your world. Call 1900 957 223.

1. Don’t rush into things. Be­ing scep­ti­cal at the start is healthy.

2. Stay aware of what the chil­dren need. Com­mu­ni­ca­tion is key.

3. Let go of old re­sent­ments and avoid jeal­ousy. Chil­dren should never be pawns in power strug­gles be­tween their par­ents.

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