Taurus forecast for Wednesday September 23, 2020
Do you really want to know what's coming up in the future? I often hear from people who want to know what lies ahead, but only if it's positive. I always tell them that the good news is that I only work with good news! Or, perhaps it would be fairer to say that I can't help but seek to find a positive aspect, even in the most challenging of situations. If you're anticipating a coming event with a degree of apprehension, and avoiding making a decision, it's time to be more confident and decisive.
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September 22, 2020
The Equinox finds you in the difficult position of having to make a choice between a tried and tested formula and something with which you're totally unacquainted. It's a complex conundrum, because there are advantages and disadvantages to both options. Since you like to know where you stand, you're more drawn to the safer choice; it might not be perfect, but at least you feel safe about where you'll end up. Yet you're being given shot of courage. The devil you don't know might hold the key.
September 21, 2020
People are not oak trees. We can't take root wherever it suits us, and stand strong and tall despite the ravages of time. To be human is to be adaptable, to move with the ebbs and flows of the universe, and to thrive in the face of difference and uncertainty. Sometimes we might wish that this weren't the case. But how happy would you be to live without progression; with no possibility for development? An upcoming change is for the best. The Equinox brings clarity of vision as well as inspiration.
September 20, 2020
Your Weekly Love Focus Horoscope: It's not enough just to eat, drink and keep warm. Of course, these things are essential... but for a full life, we need to feed the soul - and entertain it too. Yet achieving all these things has been tough for everyone over the last few months. Even if you feel you can't get out to a concert or show, something within is crying out for a spirit-lifting experience. As the Equinox approaches, open air is called for. Someone else has the same need too. Ask them to join you and good things will follow.
Celebrity TaurusGeorge Clooney 6 May 1961
September 19, 2020
Your Weekly Horoscope: While it's true that your shoulders are broad enough to carry a great deal of responsibility, if they were as big as you think, you'd never be able to find anything to wear! You've taken on so much. And while that's highly commendable, you're suffering from the consequences. You're becoming exhausted. The Equinox brings the time to make a change. Enough is enough... you're ignoring your duty to yourself if you continue. You deserve to be freed from a burden, and that can happen this week.
September 18, 2020
Generally speaking it's not a good idea to argue with anyone in law enforcement, or the people who pay us. Yet we humans have such a strong inner desire to capitulate to others that if such people didn't exist, we'd probably invent them! And since the folk who hold positions of power tend to wield their authority with pride, this unhealthy dynamic is reinforced; we want to look up to them with awe, while they look down on us. Don't believe everything the experts tell you this weekend.
September 17, 2020
Some people like to keep count of the good and bad things that happen to them. They find it satisfying to have a running tally of the favours they've been granted and the hardships they've been dealt. The problem is that if we're not careful we fall into the trap of comparing our misfortunes to other people's and feeling hard done by. It's easy to miscount and blame the cosmos for treating us unfairly. Today, the magical New Moon highlights your blessings. They are worth counting!
September 16, 2020
Even when our education system is having to find creative new ways to teach our kids, the pressure to achieve never goes away. Can they spell? Use long division? Are they better at art than mathematics... and are we all right with that? Yet, if we're so obsessed with grading and assessing, shouldn't we set exams on topics that reflect an ability to get on in life too? Are you generous? Are you kind? Do you see the best in the world around you? That's what you need to focus on today!