Scorpio forecast for Tuesday February 25, 2020

Imagine that you're in a warm, candlelit room. A meditation track is playing softly in the background. A gentle voice encourages you to relax your body, beginning from your toes, working your way up through your legs and torso, to your head and neck, until every piece of tension has gone. Then, in that same, rich voice, they tell you to forget everything except what they're telling you... Hold on. That's not right! Good. Use that resilience to push back against coercive behaviour today.

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February 24, 2020

Few of us are talented enough to read between the lines accurately. But that doesn't stop us trying. But we all have access to powerful imaginations. Staring intently at the lines, we begin to imagine that we can see what it suits us to see between them... veiled threats, broken promises and impending disasters. Or (just as problematically) perfect relationships, fame and glory. You've been blessed with a very special sort of sensitivity. Trust your instincts today, but don't totally disregard your head.

February 23, 2020

Your Weekly Love Focus Horoscope: When setting out on a project or plan, it's a good idea to ask ourselves what success would look like. Equally, it helps to have an idea of what constitutes failure. It's all too easy to get side-tracked or distracted from our goal. The emotional journey you're on might not feel quite how you thought it would when you first set out. You have progressed, but what's needed now, under the light of the New Moon, is a rethink. Redefine your goal. Make a commitment and go for it. Reach for the moon!

February 22, 2020

Your Weekly Horoscope: Some people need to be told, and some things need to be said. Some lines need to be drawn, and some points need to be made. And some don't. We're all sometimes tempted to argue for the sake of arguing. If you find yourself drawn into a battle this week, you won't risk losing much, even if you don't come out the winner. Yet your energy levels are precious. If you focus your attention on your objective, you can make significant progress. Be assertive. But only when you need to be.

Celebrity Scorpio

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February 21, 2020

We're all critics these days. We all have an opinion. 'What this country needs is this'; 'The politicians need to do that'; 'Why can't this person be more like that one'? Maybe we all need to take a step back and open our ears instead. Maybe we should deploy more care, and less speed, when making pronouncements. Few things are as black and white, or as categorical, as we like to believe. Grey can be brilliant! Under the Dark of the Moon, celebrate life's complexities this weekend.

February 20, 2020

It's hard to understand why we sometimes make things so hard for ourselves. Don't we realise that life often does that all by itself? Why add fuel to the fire? Some people believe that if the cosmos sees that they're struggling already, it will take pity on them and refrain from putting any more problems in their path. Yet that's not how the universe works. The Jupiter-Neptune link brings a chance to take things off your loaded plate. If a short-cut presents itself today, take it.

February 19, 2020

From ballet dancers to painters, from sculptors to musicians, all creative individuals have a psychic streak. They are intuitive. They prize spontaneity, ingenuity, and inventiveness. Their jobs rely on sensing and, in some intangible way, capturing the zeitgeist. Whether you've developed the ability to prophesy or not, you just need to know that a brilliantly inventive, yet beautifully straightforward, solution lies just around the corner. No matter where it comes from, know that you can act on it.

February 18, 2020

If you gave a child and a world-renowned artist the same paints, canvases, and brushes, would you be able to tell who had created which painting? With the state of much contemporary art, perhaps not! Yet, you'd imagine that the experienced artist would be able to intellectualise, rationalise, and conceptualise their work better than the child. The same materials can produce strikingly different results. You have everything you need to create something innovative today.