Capricorn forecast for Tuesday January 28, 2020

When the destination is within sight, it can be tempting to move into another gear and speed up as we head towards the finish line. Yet, if you're already moving at speed, there are times when it's wiser to slow down; you don't want to risk overshooting the target. Today, as the powerful cosmic climate brings reassurance your way, it's time to go easy on yourself. You've already done most of the hard work. A gentler pace will allow other people to join you and help with the final approach.

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January 27, 2020

Even so-called 'experts' seem to change their minds about what's good for us and what's not. One moment, we're supposed to be eating one thing, the next, we're supposed to be having less of it and supplementing it with something else. We live in a mass of contradictory advice which we have to navigate our way around. Yet perhaps it comes down to the simple fact that few things on our planet are entirely positive, or negative. Don't be drawn into any extreme points of view today. Have you heard the good news in your 2020 forecasts? Call 1300 017 319.

January 26, 2020

Your Weekly Love Focus Horoscope: 'Do this. Consider that. Think again. Act now'. There are all sorts of different ways that astrologers can interpret the celestial signs. But what do we say when we see you progressing well, with no obvious bumps in the road ahead? You might not be behind the wheel right now; but the vehicle you're in is going where you want it to go. So, make the most of the ride. Oh yes, and try to relax. After waiting so long for easy progress, enjoy the journey. You're heading towards an ideal destination.

January 25, 2020

Your Weekly Horoscope: You share this planet with billions of other people, yet look who you've chosen to hang out with. There are so many different places to live, yet where have you decided to put down your roots? We face such an overwhelming number of choices that it's no surprise that we end up finding it hard to make a decision. How can we possibly know what to do for the best? If you're happy with the way things are in your world, you don't need to do anything this week. But if you want things to improve, they can!

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January 24, 2020

There are more than seven and a half billion people on this planet. And they all talk to one another. That's billions of conversations! Yet how many of these are worth having? How many of us are tiptoeing on eggshells rather than speaking our truth? How many of us are avoiding elephants in the room; and how much damage does this do to our collective wellbeing? This weekend, you find the courage to break out of a cage of silence. There's much to gain from doing so.

January 23, 2020

Where are you headed? And how fast do you need to run to get there in good time? That depends on whether you're trying to get up an escalator that's travelling in the wrong direction. If you take a moment to pause and reassess, you might even find that you're exactly where you need to be. There's a strong celestial implication that you've already reached your destination and are within touching distance of your goal. If you look at what seems difficult, you'll find an easy way round it.

January 22, 2020

The idea that 'what we don't know can't hurt' us is ridiculous. I don't know very much about sharks. Yet, if I'm swimming somewhere in the Pacific Ocean, my ignorance won't keep them at bay! On the other hand, what we know (or at least what we think we know) creates problems too. Over-hastily formed opinions can lead us to make incorrect assumptions, draw up ill-informed battle plans and fight non-existent enemies. Today, make sure you're clear on what's real, and what's not.

January 21, 2020

Have you heard the expression, 'smile and the world smiles with you. Cry and you cry alone'? How could anyone have come to such a harsh conclusion? Was an experiment carried out and if so, how did they monitor the people involved? How was the data collated? There are a lot of misleading sayings floating around at the moment which we should feel free to totally ignore. Fortunately, something is about to make you smile; and when it does, the world will smile with you!