Cancer forecast for Tuesday January 26, 2021
Have you ever seen the classic Kung Fu TV series starring David Carradine? His teacher was full of wonderful soundbite-like advice such as, 'when you can walk the rice paper without tearing it, your footsteps will not be heard'. And 'fear is the only darkness'. Of these two pearls of wisdom, the second is more appropriate for you today. Like a student of martial arts, if you take a moment to reflect on his words, you'll receive a metaphorical black belt and easily conquer your imaginary foes.
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January 25, 2021
What is it about celebrities that we find fascinating? Why do we see their faces everywhere, read about their exploits, and pay them billions for doing (in some cases) not very much at all? Who even are they? And why do we feel that, on some level, at least, we actually care about them? Were they born to play this strange role? Perhaps. But you, too, were born to be exactly where you are. You're heading in the right direction, and, as you're about to see, that's worth getting excited about.
January 24, 2021
Your Weekly Love Focus Horoscope: Everyone has their own personal standpoint, a world view of their own, and with it, a range of problem-solving techniques that come from their lived experience. If there's a DIY task to complete at home, chances are that it would be approached differently by a hairdresser, an accountant and a shop assistant. Who's to judge who has the best method? The emotional challenge you're facing needs a different solution to the one you've been considering. An unconventional approach will help.
January 23, 2021
Your Weekly Horoscope: You're struggling to find clarity. The more you think about something, the more there is to consider. The lack of ability to move a matter forwards is frustrating and making you feel unsettled and slightly cross. So what are you supposed to do? Ignore it? Actually, that's a good place to start! Keep an eye on what's developing, by all means, but try not to identify too enthusiastically with an unfolding drama. Under this week's Full Moon, it will sort itself out more pleasingly than you envisage.
Celebrity CancerBenedict Cumberbatch 19 July 1976
January 22, 2021
Some people say that fear is the enemy of joy. But why should joy have an enemy? If we reverse that concept, it seems obvious that joy isn't the enemy of fear; that would make joy a competitive state! And, when we're happy we don't want to fight against anyone or anything. If, this weekend, you make the effort to focus on what makes you joyful, you'll put a negative situation into context. This week's powerful cosmic alignments enable you to hold on to the positive. The negative will shrink.
January 21, 2021
We'll never know the answer to some of life's questions. Others are answerable, but solving them will take a huge effort and a lot of time. The challenge is knowing which ones to focus on; and that's a conundrum that could take years to figure out! Even then, we might realise that we've been pursuing an unanswerable question! Just because you're struggling to get to the bottom of a situation, doesn't mean you should give up. Try pushing a bit further today... you'll like what you discover.
January 20, 2021
Modesty is a pleasing character trait. Anyone born with it is quietly pleased with themselves, while those who've worked hard to master it are entitled to feel proud about their ability to be humble. Surely that's missing the point! Anyone who's pleased about how modest they're being isn't being modest! Yet there are certain situations in which following a policy of self-restraint won't get you very far. As authoritarian Saturn connects with dreamy Neptune, being firmly pushy will work wonders.
January 19, 2021
We're delighted when things work out well and we gnash our teeth when they don't. Yet, if we knew the inadequacies of our frames of reference, and were more inclined to question our judgment, we wouldn't be so fast to jump to conclusions and express our joys and sorrows. The truth is that we can't always tell what's good for us. Which means, of course, that we can't always tell what's bad for us either! You're about to see what's good about something you've been inclined to reject.