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Aries

Daily

Sat 24 July - 2021

Understandably, you’re mystified by the ups and downs in the mood of others. The fact is, everyone, including you, has been influenced by the recent unsettling planetary activity. While, ordinarily, taking a break would do the trick, the pace and pressure remain unrelenting. The secret? Back off and take a deep breath.


Weekly

Sun 18 July - 2021 To Sat 24 July - 2021

Although you deal better with sudden developments than most, those you’re currently facing threaten to undermine plans you struggled to organise or, worse, pivotal joint arrangements. While your instinct is to battle to keep these going, judging by the powerful planetary activity between now and the end of the month, unsettling as what arises may be, changes aren’t just inevitable, they’re worthwhile, for you and others. 


Monthly

July - 2021

True, you’ll probably struggle to accept the fact that, welcome as the changes reshaping elements of your life are, decisions aren’t up to you. Gradually, however, you’ll realise that certain individuals or even an unseen destiny aren’t just fair, what’s happening is far better than anything you’d imagined possible. This includes changes you’d have battled and links with others, romantic or practical, that are stretching your thinking and altering your habits. Next? When unexpected offers bring yet more dramatic changes, try saying an enthusiastic yes. 


Year to Come

2021

While 2020 was informative, it was also challenging, especially with your ruling planet Mars in Aries, from 28 June until 6 January, 2021. The challenge? Spotting and acknowledging which activities and alliances no longer serve or suit you, and exploring necessary changes. While, mostly, this is a relief, often letting go will be challenging, especially if you’re unsure what’s next. The solution? Making the best of your inquisitive streak, even if it means venturing into unfamiliar territory, personally, in terms of your work, relationships or even passions. Tempting as it is to make changes swiftly, then settle in, devote at least the year’s first half to exploring your options. One thing will lead to another, often in ways as thrilling as they are unexpected. Final plans? They can, and should, wait until later in the year.