Libra forecast for Wednesday September 23, 2020
The back of the mind is a bit like a psychological 'cupboard under the stairs'. It's where we throw the odds and ends, the 'what-ifs', the awkward encounters, and the moments we'd rather forget; hoping that we'll never have to dredge them out. Often, however, we do. Although we'd prefer life to be clean and tidy, it's rarely that simple. As Mercury aligns with the cosmic teacher, Saturn, once you've found the courage to look at a fact you'd rather not face, you'll unlock a breakthrough.
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September 22, 2020
When social media first burst on the scene, it reconfigured forever the way friendships and relationships worked. There was the time when, if you had a fight with someone, you could downgrade them on your Friends List. Can you imagine? Nowadays, we like to think we're more sophisticated... yet we message people, even when we're in the same room! Have we devalued what it means to be a friend? Watch out for a chance to show great respect without electronic assistance.
September 21, 2020
Although the movements of the planets have been used to guide us for centuries my astrological predecessors worked in a very different cultural climate. They sometimes made across-the-board statements. So, if someone was born under a specific aspect, they'd say they were likely to be a ne'er-do-well. Yet we're all born good, not bad; and even difficult situations contain hope. Over the Equinox, you can start to see someone (or something) in a new and much more positive light.
September 20, 2020
Your Weekly Love Focus Horoscope: No one quite knows how you manage to do it; but if any sign's capable of getting a quart into a pint pot, or squaring a circle, it's you. Your Libran charm and intelligent approach to problem-solving is something other signs admire. Of course, they have their strengths too. But right now, your ability to say and do the right thing is what's called for. As a delicate situation evolves in your social circle, the Equinox brings the insight to make the perfect intervention and bring harmony.
Celebrity LibraKim Kardashian West 21 October 1980
September 19, 2020
Your Weekly Horoscope: It's fine to take a walk in the midday sun as long as there are shady areas around for you to move into when you start to overheat. Getting caught out in heavy rain isn't a problem when you're wearing the right clothes or can run to shelter. But it's a different scenario when you're stuck in a desert or a storm. Although you feel as if there's no answer to the dilemma you're facing, if you view it from a different vantage point, you'll find an inspiring way to proceed. The Equinox brings that moment this week.
September 18, 2020
When John Lennon and Paul McCartney wrote All You Need Is Love they were already millionaires. With all the fame, money and success that four Liverpudlian lads could dream of, perhaps love really did seem like all they needed. Can we say the same thing for the rest of us? Well, if you're talking about the kind of love that moves mountains, changes the very fabric of existence, and makes us feel like anything's possible, then, it almost certainly is. I suspect you know about that anyway!
September 17, 2020
If, as Monty Python suggested, we only ever looked on the bright side of life, what would we find? Actually, we might not see very much at all! Like all extremes, brilliant light can be as obscuring as it is illuminating; and brightness blinds just as much as darkness. We need light and dark, shadow and sunlight. Without being able to see both sides of a situation, how can we be objective? Having said that, if you must lean one way, the influence of the New Moon encourages you to lean towards optimism.
September 16, 2020
Although you always try to do your best, it's an easier thing to say than to do. Or maybe it's easy enough to do; it's just not always easy to know if you're actually doing it! It's often the case that we don't realise that we were doing our best until we look back with the benefit of hindsight. At the time, it often feels as if we're out of our depth; we don't know what to do but we're just doing it anyway. That usually turns out to be your best. You've been doing that. Now it's time for the rewards.