Thu 15 April - 2021
Most battles are the result of clear cut differences of opinion, others are due to misunderstandings. But there’s often another important, but unrecognised issue, and that is somebody’s been misinformed. Not only could that be the problem now, the odds are good it is. At least double check the facts.
Sun 11 April - 2021 To Sat 17 April - 2021
Urgent as sudden dilemmas and unexpected changes seem, either avoid making decisions or, if that’s impossible, ensure whatever you organise is flexible. Within days you’ll be juggling yet more changes and, possibly, more options. But, also, ensure your own goals are equally flexible, because what seems disastrous at the moment could turn out to be unexpectedly fortunate, and by as early as next week.
April - 2021
Being enthusiastic by nature, you’re rarely willing to wait until the right moment to commit to pivotal plans. Still, during April’s first half, focus on decluttering your life of unworkable arrangements, even if it means admitting defeat. Meanwhile, rethink your goals and consider what’s truly inspiring. This prepares you for the powerful insights and resulting shift in priorities triggered by the Aries New Moon, on 12 April. Once these are clear, you’ll know exactly what, and who, will take priority in your plans and passions.
Year to Come
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.