YOUR STARS

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ARIES MAR 20 — APR 19

The trick to deal­ing with this week of con­stant, and mostly wel­come, change is to re­gard ev­ery de­ci­sion as an ex­per­i­ment rather than a last­ing ar­range­ment. That will pre­vent you wast­ing time on de­tails that will only need to be rethought within days, if not hours. If there’s any chal­lenge, it’s re­as­sur­ing those who’re seek­ing guar­an­tees. Just say you’ll dis­cuss de­tails next week, when the mood’s calmer.

LEO JULY 22 — AUG 22

While, thus far, you’ve sidestepped po­ten­tially sub­stan­tial changes in your life, it’s clear there’s no avoid­ing th­ese. The irony is, much as you’re dread­ing th­ese now, once you’re look­ing back on them, you’ll won­der why you were so con­cerned. Think about sim­i­lar changes in the past, and you’ll re­alise that what you most dreaded then turned out bril­liantly. That will be the case this time as well.

SAGITTARIUS NOV 22 — DEC 20

No sign em­braces change, in­clud­ing sud­den or seem­ingly un­wel­come de­vel­op­ments, as en­thu­si­as­ti­cally as Sagittarius. But hav­ing destiny or, worse, oth­ers make de­ci­sions for you is quite an­other mat­ter. Tempt­ing as it is to bat­tle what’s been or­gan­ised, wait, watch and learn. Your big les­son is pa­tience, since events’ full po­ten­tial won’t be clear un­til the Full Moon in your sign, late May. Un­til then, ex­plore ab­so­lutely ev­ery­thing.

TAU­RUS APR 20 — MAY 20

As a Tau­rus, you’ll hap­pily make nec­es­sary changes, but want clar­ity about the tim­ing and what’s in­volved. Now, how­ever, seem­ingly point­less shake­ups are ac­tu­ally trig­ger­ing a thrilling new cy­cle. While you may be aware of some of what’s com­ing, the full pic­ture won’t be clear un­til mid-May, when the planet of in­no­va­tion, Uranus, moves into Tau­rus. Un­til then, shed what doesn’t work in prepa­ra­tion for what’s next.

VIRGO AUG 23 — SEP 22

Or­di­nar­ily the end of your ruler Mer­cury’s ret­ro­grade cy­cle, on Sun­day the 15th, would also con­clude the un­ruly pe­riod you’ve been con­tend­ing with. How­ever, with dy­namic and of­ten un­set­tling plan­e­tary ac­tiv­ity ex­tend­ing un­til mid-May, those twists and turns will con­tinue. Th­ese are pow­er­ful and will in­flu­ence oth­ers’ cir­cum­stances as much as yours. Know­ing that, re­gard this as an ad­ven­ture, one that’s trig­ger­ing re­ward­ing, if of­ten un­ex­pected, op­por­tu­ni­ties.

CAPRI­CORN DEC 21 — JAN 19

How­ever much you fo­cus on a plan or long term goal, things are un­likely to go as planned. You’re not alone. The rest of the world are fac­ing as fre­quent and un­set­tling de­vel­op­ments. It’s just while oth­ers are go­ing with the flow, you’re bat­tling to sus­tain your vi­sion. This once, give in. It may seem a com­pro­mise now but you’ll soon re­alise how wise it was.

GEMINI MAY 21 — JUNE 20

Ide­ally, you’d pre­fer to deal with in­creas­ingly press­ing de­ci­sions with a sin­gle, over­rid­ing, plan for the fu­ture. But it’s not that sim­ple. While the com­ing week’s events will clar­ify some sit­u­a­tions, oth­ers will re­main in tran­si­tion un­til the Sun moves into Gemini in late May. While you can’t avoid mak­ing plans, you can en­sure they’re flex­i­ble enough to ride out this un­set­tling yet, ul­ti­mately, thrilling pe­riod.

LIBRA SEP 23 — OCT 22

There’s no ar­gu­ing that thrilling ideas and of­fers are com­ing your way. While, ob­vi­ously, you’re ex­plor­ing th­ese, you’re wor­ried. The prob­lem isn’t the ac­tual sit­u­a­tions but, rather, that those around you are strug­gling. As a re­sult, ei­ther they can’t join in your pur­suits or you feel guilty pro­ceed­ing with­out them. On the con­trary, what you achieve now is paving the way for them, but in the fu­ture.

AQUARIUS JAN 20 — FEB 17

On 15 May, your ruler Uranus, moves into a new po­si­tion, in your chart, and into the down to earth Tau­rus. Although this in­flu­ences ev­ery sign, ob­vi­ously this ush­ers in a range of changes. While you may al­ready be ex­pe­ri­enc­ing some, most will take a while longer to sur­face. For now, re­spond to ev­ery­thing with in­quis­i­tive­ness, since what’s best may seem least ap­peal­ing, at least ini­tially.

CAN­CER JUNE 21 — JULY 21

Re­cently you’ve faced com­plex sit­u­a­tions in­volv­ing your work, life­style and fu­ture plans. While things are set­tled for now, with cir­cum­stances con­tin­u­ing to shift, you’ll soon be re­think­ing even re­cent ar­range­ments. You’re not alone in this. Since oth­ers are ei­ther in­volved along with you, or deal­ing with sim­i­lar mat­ters, ex­plore your op­tions to­gether. The re­sult­ing mu­tual ben­e­fits, in terms of sup­port and ideas, will boost your con­fi­dence.

SCORPIO OCT 23 — NOV 21

Be­tween now and the Scorpio Full Moon, on 30 May, you’ll be re­view­ing which el­e­ments of your life work, which don’t and po­ten­tial changes. There’ve been hints of shake­ups, but you’re hop­ing you’ve averted th­ese. Rather, with the ac­tual cir­cum­stances shift­ing, of­ten dra­mat­i­cally, this isn’t about a sin­gle vi­sion but in­stead em­ploy­ing your stun­ning in­tu­ition to spot, and ex­plore, changes as dra­matic as, ul­ti­mately, they’ll be worth­while.

PISCES FEB 18 — MAR 19

As a Pis­cean, not only are you in­tu­itive, you have an amaz­ing knack for turn­ing the events or even sud­den changes oth­ers are strug­gling with into some­thing worth­while, if not mag­i­cal. That’s the case now. How­ever, you can’t res­cue those who’re ei­ther bat­tling changes or in­sist on do­ing things their way. En­cour­age them to ex­plore and talk over their op­tions but, re­sist the temp­ta­tion to res­cue them.

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