Virgo forecast for Wednesday April 08, 2020
'The harder I work, the more luck I have' is a quote often attributed to US president Thomas Jefferson. And, while the National Lottery likes to remind us that we need to be 'in it to win it', that doesn't mean that we're very likely to win. In fact the odds are so against us that we're more likely to be eaten by a shark than to win a jackpot! But that's not to say that hard work and talent don't make a difference. They do. If you give an endeavour all you've got today, you'll see impressive results.
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April 07, 2020
The desire to right wrongs is certainly admirable. But it's not always easy to know which wrongs are wrong, and which ones might actually be right. And what should you do about the great grey gulf between the two? How are you supposed to manage decisions that, while far from ideal, are the best option available? Is there a middle road that can be taken? Finger pointing doesn't get anyone anywhere. Wherever possible, try to temper judgment with generosity today.
April 06, 2020
Fortune-tellers can be fussy; whilst some Tarot readers will only wrap their cards in silk, some astrologers only work with their particular way of interpreting the complex 'house system' when casting a chart. What about me? Ah, I'm the exception that proves the rule. So long, that is, as I can write your forecasts under the giant oak tree at the bottom of the garden when squirrels are playing. I'm joking, of course! It's fine to be fussy... so long as you're prepared to compromise today.
April 05, 2020
Your Weekly Love Focus Horoscope: We talk about a successful person being 'at the top of their game'. But no one ever says that someone is 'in the middle' of their game, or slumping along the bottom. Our lives are subject to troughs as well as peaks; and when we're in a low we don't have the energy to meet challenges or create opportunities. Yet we can all plan for the down times - even if it's just by recognising them and accepting that better times will follow. Your emotional outlook may seem bleak, but something (or someone) is about to come into view.
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April 04, 2020
Your Weekly Horoscope: The trouble with living a real life here on planet Earth (rather than a celluloid fantasy) is that although there are moments of magic and transformation, most of the time we go around repeating the same cycles. What you do today will (more or less) be the same that you do tomorrow. That's why it's so important to value the pleasures that come our way. Yet learning to appreciate the little things doesn't mean that there won't be big ones. The Supermoon promises something amazing.
April 03, 2020
It doesn't matter how wronged, affronted or hurt we feel; no one can take the law into their own hands. Even when we don't think it's working very well, or we don't understand the whys and wherefores, the system must be respected. Believe me, I share your current frustrations. But we all know what we need to do for the best. Rather than focusing on what you can't do (and what you haven't got) this weekend, focus instead on what you can make happen. It's much more than you think.
April 02, 2020
We all need to find excuses sometimes. 'I didn't mean to do that'. 'There was nothing else I could do except...'. We can take any of these, and add our own reasons. 'They provoked me into doing it'. 'I'd had too much to drink'. 'I couldn't turn them down'. Or, by the same logic, 'I read a portent in the sky', or 'a series of surprising events me to take a specific action'. It would be easy to follow a fateful indication today. It's worth taking time to consider your options before putting your trust in something.
April 01, 2020
Whether it's a story about aliens, viruses or extraordinary political events, we all love a good conspiracy theory. In a strange way, we find it helpful and calming to believe that there are people out there who are so organised that they're able to take control and exert influence over us all. Yet no political, financial or socioeconomic group has the cohesive power to exercise their will with national or global success. It might be April Fool's Day today, but there's no need to fall for a false idea.