• January

    By waiting for the right moment, you risk the chance of letting it slip. A crisis is easy to spot because it puts you under immediate pressure and you have to fight your way past it. But a time when everything is perfectly aligned will probably escape your notice. The next few weeks are good. Take a deep breath, aim for the horizon and go.

    By Bernard Fitzwalter; Illustration: Sajid Wajid Shaikh

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  • 2017

    Flexibility is the key word this year. Whenever you are presented with an obstacle in your path, think of a way to go around it — it’s much quicker that way. Remind yourself, every time, that bending is better than breaking. Your sign’s planet, Saturn, is being undermined by Neptune in 2016. This feels like you have an enemy who is trying to dig beneath the foundations of your castle. Remember to look at it in a different way. Neptune, like the sea, cannot be resisted for long so acknowledge this and go with the flow. This year is really about accepting movement and change. If you resist it, you will feel attacked. Welcome all that comes at you for a refreshing new insight.

    Accepting change does not mean compromising on your principles. It is possible to find something brand new which still embodies your principles.

    Allow change in your personal relationships too. It’s likely that you have been leading your partner until now, but expect a role reversal in June which will revitalise your bond. Venus, goddess of love, is in your sign at the start of the year, and again at the end — yet so much happens in between! There are a few difficult moments, but the heavens themselves are helping you move ahead this year.  

    Jupiter, the planet of success, reaches the very top of your chart and it is likely that you too will reach your career goals. More interestingly, March allows you to see your path from a wider perspective. Your financial affairs are most profitable in January and July. By contrast, December is like being in a casino, so take care and don’t overspend.

    By Bernard Fitzwalter; Illustration: Sajid Wajid Shaikh

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