Cancer forecast for Thursday February 20, 2020
I found my son watching Michael Jackson's video for Thriller the other day. He was mesmerised by the jerky, zombified movements and the dancing corpses. No wonder people consider zombies to be the scariest of all supernatural beings. They represent us, emptied of our consciousness and humanity. They reflect a human tendency to go through life without being awake to what's really going on. The Jupiter-Neptune link brings a wonderful awakening today. You can let go of a fear.
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February 19, 2020
If I told you that you needed to steal a car, today, what would you do? You'd probably pull a face and think I was having a funny five minutes. What you wouldn't do, is go out and steal a car. Unless, I suppose, you were to meet a car thief who somehow threatened you into helping them to commit a grand theft auto. But is intimidation, or menacing behaviour ever a reasonable excuse for bad behaviour? Be prepared to question even the most watertight demands on your time today.
February 18, 2020
Even though we know that life isn't a game, we spend a lot of time acting as though it is. When we find ourselves dealing with new scenarios, we feel under pressure to learn the rules as fast as we can so that we can apply them. Until we've worked out what's considered to be winning or losing, we can't tell how well we're doing. As you set out firmly on your own quest today, take a second to re-familiarise yourself with the rulebook. There's a lot of room for manoeuvre, but one rule is set in stone.
February 17, 2020
One of the first lessons that parents try to instil in their kids is the importance of sharing; that being cute, doesn't mean they can always have their own way! Yet, if we were all taught this before we could walk, why do so many of us still struggle with it? Can anyone claim to be totally open, fair and free with their time, love and money? And, if not, what can we do to put ourselves on the right path? Fair and objective judgement is the key to resolving a challenging situation, today.
Celebrity CancerBenedict Cumberbatch 19 July 1976
February 16, 2020
Your Weekly Love Focus Horoscope: What did you want to be when you grew up? Whether it was a film star, an astronaut, a doctor or an explorer, for most of us, our dreams remain fantasies, tempered by the demands that family, work and life put on us. We settle for practical, attainable goals - and often find deep satisfaction in things our childish imaginations could never conceive of. But a long-held flame can still flicker. A rare chance to rekindle an old aspiration will soon manifest itself. It's yours to enjoy.
February 15, 2020
Your Weekly Horoscope: The trouble with trouble is that it never takes a holiday. It's always waiting for an opportunity to make its presence felt. Yet, even though it rarely takes time off, it's prone to the occasional snooze when, if you take great care, and tiptoe past, you can get to where you want to be without disturbing it. Although I can't guarantee that there won't be the occasional creaking floorboard to navigate over, or that you won't be overcome with a desire to tweak trouble's tail, if you go gently, you'll go far this week.
February 14, 2020
Learning curves are an important but exhausting part of life. So exhausting, that it's tempting to try to avoid them altogether. 'Let's stick to what we're good at', we think. 'We'll leave all that new-fangled stuff to someone else'. We're even happy to take lengthy diversions to avoid being taught a short cut. Yet, every now and then, even the most entrenched among us has a 'eureka' moment. Watch out for one of those this Valentine's Day. The results will be well and truly worth your while.
February 13, 2020
Human beings seem to be internally programmed to appreciate structure, repetition and routine. There's something comforting about familiarity. We like to think that we know what we're doing. Even when we feel confident enough to dip our toes into uncharted waters, we prefer it if they conform to a recognisable model. As you approach a new situation, you're bound to feel baffled. Yet, as long as you don't base your decisions on old assumptions, you're perfectly positioned to deal with it.