The thrilling weekend finally comes to an end and a busy week is ahead so let’s see what stars have stored in for you in Your weekly Astro prediction by the World renowned Astro writer Joanne Madeline Moore.
ARIES [March 21-April 20]
You relish your independence and freedom but don’t be alone Ram this week! Thursday night’s New Moon encourages you to find fresh ways to connect with others – both in your local neighborhood and within your online community. You’ll also have plenty of fun fraternizing with family and friends but avoid butting in, being bossy, and offering [well-intentioned] advice. Sometimes loved ones have to make their own mistakes, in their own highly individual way.
TAURUS [April 21-May 21]
It’s a wonderful week to take stock of your current financial situation and find novel new ways to boost cash flow. The more proactive you are, the better. But Pluto could also stir up your jealous side, as you become increasingly demanding and possessive about a person or possession. Thursday’s New Moon is in Gemini, and you have much to learn from your zodiac neighbor. Like being less acquisitive, more flexible, and much more open to adaptation and change.
GEMINI [May 22-June 21]
With the Sun, New Moon and Mars all in Gemini, the world will get a triple-dose of your quick-witted quips. Just make sure your playful chatter doesn’t denigrate into gratuitous gossip. It’s the best time of the year to refresh your physical appearance; update your wardrobe; review your personal beliefs; plus launch a website, blog, book or social media campaign. Whatever you do, make sure you use your considerable communication skills to motivate and inspire others.
CANCER [June 22-July 23]
You’re keen to retreat into your cozy Crab cave as the New Moon moves through your contemplation zone. So solo activities like yoga, meditation, reading and journal writing are favored this week. But – if you stumble and make a mistake – don’t let negative self-talk drag you down. Be inspired by Hollywood and Dynasty acting diva Joan Collins [born on May 23] “Show me a person who has never made a mistake, and I’ll show you somebody who has never achieved much.”
LEO [July 24-Aug 23]
Lions love talking about grandiose goals, divine dreams, and spectacular schemes. The New Moon encourages you to walk your talk, as you put those plans into productive action. Don’t just dream about it – get out there and do it! Networking is also favored, as you expand your local and international connections. But there’s more to a current situation than meets the eye, so strive to keep your Cat curiosity under control. Caution and discretion are what’s needed at the moment.
VIRGO [Aug 24-Sep 23]
Virgos are certainly clever and capable. The question is – are you creative and confident enough for big-time success? Thursday night’s New Moon’s charges up your career zone, but you won’t get ahead if you waste time making massive mountains out of minuscule molehills. A wonderful opportunity is heading in your direction, however, you’ll have to be proactive and grab it when it appears or it will just pass you by. So stop over-thinking things and instead, start doing!
LIBRA [Sep 24-Oct 23]
Do your best to steer clear of power games that may surface in a close relationship. Keep your cool Libra! Thursday’s New Moon activates your travel zone so a heavenly holiday is likely sometime over the coming year. But it won’t happen unless you take action ASAP via a spontaneous booking [if you’ve got the money] or a smart savings plan [if you haven’t]. Plus take a good long look at your aspirations for the future – they need to be creative, ambitious, flexible and fun.
SCORPIO [Oct 24-Nov 22]
When it comes to managing a joint financial matter, Mars and the New Moon encourage you to be proactive and have a flexible plan. Pluto also urges you to look at a current problem in a deep and meaningful way. The situation is in the process of transforming in an organic fashion, so avoid obsessing and trying to force change. Instead, do your best to be much more pliable and relaxed. As birthday great Bob Dylan wisely observes “There is nothing so stable as change.”
SAGITTARIUS [Nov 23-Dec 21]
Under the blessings of the New Moon, it’s the best week of the year to join a dating site, start a romance, propose, get married, renew your wedding vows, reboot a rickety relationship or launch a joint venture. Attached Archers – talk through potential problems with your spouse. Singles – look beyond the exterior package that a potential partner presents. Killer curves or bulging biceps may seem enticing but – if the two of you can’t communicate well – then it’s just not going to last.
CAPRICORN [Dec 22-Jan 20]
This week’s New Moon encourages you to adjust your home/work ratio so that it’s more balanced and much more family-friendly. With harmony planet, Venus visiting your home zone [until June 6] do all you can to bypass domestic dramas and repair family friction. It’s time for strategic Goats to sit down and smoke the pipe of peace! A loved one, close friend or colleague could also test your limited patience. The best way to handle it? With plenty of classy Capricorn cool.
AQUARIUS [Jan 21-Feb 19]
The New Moon urges you to build bridges with a child or teenager, initiate a fabulous new friendship, start a challenging sport, or take up a hobby you’ve always been interested in. But has an old friendship finally run out of steam? Or is a fair-weather friend criticizing your behavior and holding you back? Saturn and the New Moon urge you to review your peer group, discard negative influences, and surround yourself with positive people who support your dreams.
PISCES [Feb 20-March 20]
With the Sun, New Moon and Mars highlighting your domestic zone, it’s a wonderful week to entertain family and friends at home with an impromptu Piscean meal. Convivial conversation is a bonus. Being of service to others – with kindness, compassion, and style – also brings much joy and satisfaction. So your motto for the moment is from birthday great, writer Ralph Waldo Emerson “You cannot do a kindness too soon, for you never know how soon it will be too late.”
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