Cancer forecast for Wednesday November 19, 2019

In this frenetic, busy world that we inhabit, it's easy to feel a bit like a pawn in a game of chess. Or a solitary piece in a huge jigsaw. Yet the grand masters of the great game have huge respect for all their pieces; including the ones that seem less significant. And when there's a piece missing, no jigsaw is complete. As Mars changes signs, it brings a boost of confidence that reminds you of the important contribution you're making to a delicate situation. Be proud of the effect you're having.

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November 19, 2019

In this frenetic, busy world that we inhabit, it's easy to feel a bit like a pawn in a game of chess. Or a solitary piece in a huge jigsaw. Yet the grand masters of the great game have huge respect for all their pieces; including the ones that seem less significant. And when there's a piece missing, no jigsaw is complete. As Mars changes signs, it brings a boost of confidence that reminds you of the important contribution you're making to a delicate situation. Be proud of the effect you're having.

November 18, 2019

The more we're nervous of threats, damage, and risk-taking, the more entrenched our opinions and behaviour become. People who are open-minded and self-assured are more likely to try their luck and 'have a go' whenever an exciting opportunity comes along. After all, they can always change their minds if they realise that it's not quite their cup of tea. As you begin to understand why someone is so reticent to take a leap of faith, you'll be in a much better place to assuage their fears.

November 17, 2019

Your Week Ahead - Love Focus: We're all familiar with 'to do' lists; an inventory of tasks, jobs around the house or at work, things to mend, items to buy. But it requires courage to take a hard look at yourself and produce an emotional self-improvement 'to do' list. I'm not suggesting that you need radical change; it's just that circumstances have steadily edged you away from the dreams you once had. As Mars changes signs, you can commit to small changes and rekindle long-lost optimism. You won't be the only one to benefit.

Celebrity Cancer

Benedict Cumberbatch 19 July 1976

November 16, 2019

Your Week Ahead: Since today is the first day of the rest of your life, what are you going to do with it? The problem is that we spend too much of our time doing what we feel 'obliged' to do with our days, rather than what we'd like to do with them. Under the current, positive cosmic climate, this week presents you with possibilities to actually find ways of enjoying doing things you're obliged to do. And, if you want to make the right thing happen, you've just got to make sure that it involves doing something that makes you happy!

November 15, 2019

We didn't used to have to travel far to encounter difference. Nowadays, no matter how far we go, with international super-brands, supermarkets and globalised celebrity, it's not so easy to lose ourselves in another world. No matter where we're from, we all seem to be leading similar lives. Perhaps this explains why we're so shocked by differences of opinion. Your dreams are unsettling someone with a more traditional mindset. But one size does not fit all. Do what's right for you, this weekend.

November 14, 2019

Humans are adaptable creatures. It's amazing what we get used to. We might find the sight of a new building particularly ugly, but, as time goes by, it fades into the background so that we barely notice it. The same goes for sights of extraordinary beauty. If we become too used to them, we lose our appreciation. Too much exposure can be a bad thing; we risk forgetting the value and significance of things we should never become desensitised to. Today brings a reminder of what truly matters.

November 13, 2019

This is the last sentence. Don't panic! I'm not suggesting that these are the last words you'll ever read, or the last I'll ever write. I'm just hoping to stimulate your imagination so that you can focus more clearly on your recent glimpse of the end of something. It's as if you've seen into the future and aren't sure that a process is going to work out in the way that you want it to. But, the truth, is that you've only seen part of the picture. Just as there will be more words, there will be more to discover.