Leo forecast for Friday January 24, 2020

The way something is presented to us has a great deal of impact on the way we respond to it. Perhaps style actually matters more than substance! Yet, all substance needs to have a degree of style too. When there's a lack of fine things in our lives, we can make life better by focusing on the finer aspects of the things that aren't as fine as we wish they were. You've been feeling a lack of luxury in your world. This weekend, the New Moon brings a shimmer of sparkle from a surprising source.

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January 23, 2020

They say that 'honesty is always the best policy'. But there are exceptions to every rule. Imagine if you had to deal with someone who was completely deranged; with whom you had no respect or trust? It might be right and sensible to break some ethical rules. Yet, since the mere act of being honest brings a level of protection, there's still a case for always sticking with the truth. While you don't need to reveal more of yourself than you're comfortable with today, you have nothing to hide.

January 22, 2020

There's an old saying that we all know: 'Smile and the world smiles with you, cry and you cry alone'. Yet there are times in all our lives when we feel so alone that even when we do manage to raise a smile, it doesn't appear to be reflected back to us. Somewhere, deep in your heart, there's a feeling of sadness. As we enter the Dark of the Moon, be on the look-out for support coming your way from a surprising source. You're being offered an opportunity to see how well connected you are.

January 21, 2020

A good comedian understands the value of speaking at cross-purposes. The nature of this kind of misunderstanding forms the basis of many of our favourite funny routines. Yet it's no laughing matter when you find yourself caught up in such a conversation; you're trying to explain your point of view, and they're responding as well as they can, yet something critical has been overlooked so that neither of you is addressing the real issue. Take your time and speak and listen with care today.

Celebrity Leo

Jennifer Lawrence 15 August 1990

January 20, 2020

Suppose two therapists who focus on relationship counselling are in a relationship with each other. Who will they go to see with their problems? Suppose a magistrate is accused of a crime, they will have to go before another magistrate. I mention these unusual situations because life sometimes leads us into circumstances in which we need to hold uncomfortable conversations that we'd rather avoid. As your ruler enters a new sign, a difficult discussion will be easier than you think.

January 19, 2020

Your Weekly Love Focus Horoscope: What makes you 'you'? It's a fundamental question for all of us, whatever our horoscope sign. What starts off as a blank canvas develops into a colourful fusion of nature, nurture, heritage and external influences. The emotional tensions you've been experiencing suggest that you've lost touch with some of your core values recently. Yet, as your ruler enters a new celestial home, you'll find time to reconnect and rediscover your emotional drive. This is a time for innovative, inspirational ideas.

January 18, 2020

Your Weekly Horoscope: The great poet Kahlil Gibran said that 'generosity is giving more than you can, and pride is taking less than you need'. Of course, as a Leo, you know that pride and generosity sometimes bring challenges. You also understand life's paradoxes; that when you give more than you can, you receive more than you need; and, that when you take less than you need, you're not doing yourself any favours. This week, as your ruling planet, the Sun, enters innovative Aquarius, trust your instincts.

January 17, 2020

People often say that the secret to their success lies in the art of being able to foresee potential hurdles, then drawing on a mix of knowledge and experience so that they're able to implement the necessary manoeuvres and emerge victorious. Okay... so far, so sensible. In reality, though, we can't micromanage our lives. We're humans - not machines. And, by expecting ourselves to 'super-function' we risk intensifying our stress levels. You can take things one step at a time, this weekend.