Virgo forecast for Wednesday December 02, 2020
Picture someone with an invisible hobgoblin living on their shoulder. From time to time, this malevolent spirit whacks the crown of this unfortunate individual's head with an iron-bottomed saucepan. If I happened to appear on the scene at the exact moment the troublemaker left to settle on someone else, should I predict that the original person is about to have a change of fortune? Luckily, the positive forecast I'm foretelling for you is based on more than just the end of a problem.
To understand the world you must first understand yourself. There's so much more to your story than your Sun-sign. A full horoscope reading based on your birth details will give you the whole picture... and may just change your life. Download yours now!
December 01, 2020
Some questions knock us sideways. We think so hard that steam comes out of our ears, the cogs in our brain churn furiously and, if we're not careful, we suffer a mental power cut. So, if something has bamboozled you, what should you do? Just give up and accept you'll never know the answer? Or put your nose to the grindstone and, somehow, find a way to push through? As your ruler changes signs, as long as you're prepared to put the work in, you can achieve whatever you set your mind to.
November 30, 2020
If you haven't experienced the feeling of hanging from the edge of a precipice, after a solitary attempt to climb a spectacular mountain, you've never felt the immense relief of a helicopter arriving, just in the nick of time. People who don't take risks miss out on the rush of adrenalin. They also, of course, miss out on such high levels of stress, tension and blood-pressure-raising drama. Yet, they're also the people who turn insignificant concerns into traumas. You can easily cope with any challenges today.
November 29, 2020
Your Weekly Love Focus Horoscope: Social isolation has a lot to answer for. Normally, when face-to-face with friends and family, our half-formed ideas would be shaped by their reactions or suggestions. Without such contact, imagination (and fears) are allowed to run wild. While there's always the possibility of using social media, it's no substitute for shared physical space. You've built something up out of all proportion. The Lunar Eclipse enables you to look again at what you've been considering. The answer's on its way.
Celebrity VirgoBeyoncé Knowles 4 September 1981
November 28, 2020
Your December Monthly Horoscope: This month's Great Conjunction is a sign that the changes hovering on your horizon are closer to becoming part of your reality. Although you're wrestling with various factors, you're becoming more aware of where you need to focus, and where you can afford to step back and let things unfold. As you take steps towards success, you'll be able to review and rethink your approach and follow an easier path. If you accept good things into your world, the more you'll encourage others to follow.
November 27, 2020
Virgos know about perfection; you're very aware of the fact that no-one's perfect. Yet although you might be adept at knowing your faults, we all struggle to recognise our 'weak spots'. Sometimes, we even mistakenly see them as our strengths. This weekend, as your ruler aligns with enigmatic Pluto, don't be offended if someone tries to point out an error in the way you're dealing with a challenging situation. They might be right! And, if you take the time to listen, you'll understand them better too.
November 26, 2020
There's a great Stevie Wonder lyric: 'I believe (when I fall in love) this time, it will be forever'. It was hugely popular, partly due to its catchy melody; but it was the fact that it captured a feeling we all recognise that made it so successful. We all want to believe that we can find someone to happily spend the rest of our lives with. And, when we really invest our hearts and souls into believing something, we can make it so. The cosmos is encouraging you to rekindle your faith in a person (or situation) that once inspired you.
November 25, 2020
Back in the days of filled stadiums, did you ever go to a rock concert where the lead singer didn't ask the crowd to sing parts of the chorus back to them? I don't think I did! In fact, it's a tradition that dates back to medieval antiphonal chants. And, all things considered, it was a lot of fun. The problem comes when we find ourselves in day-to-day situations where we're tempted to fall into this call-and-response pattern. Instead of supplying the expected answer today, take the time to work out what's right for you.