• January

    A few weeks ago, you walked away from a decision that could have changed your life. Since then, you have had lots of time to think. But the only thing you are sure of is the fact that you’re still uncertain. Thankfully, a friend will come to your rescue and talk you through it. You will finally understand what you have to do.

    By Bernard Fitzwalter; Illustration: Sajid Wajid Shaikh

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  • 2017

    There are several occasions when you have to extricate yourself from situations you thought you had left behind. In each case, it appears that something practical is pulling you back, like an unpaid debt, but the real reasons are emotional. Plus, the planets that are your driving force for the year are at the opposite end. This means that you can only escape when other people choose to let you go. The best strategy is to convince them that it is against their interest to restrain you.

    In your personal life, too, there are times you feel trapped as simple social contacts get tangled with others’ expectations. The first of these is in April when you revisit a past relationship, intending only to be friendly, but find that it is still a live issue for everyone involved.

    Luckily, all this changes in September when Jupiter moves into the lovers’ sector of your chart. It may mark the start of a new affair; if not, then a new phase in an existing relationship. Either way it is a happy time for you as it widens your future. Encouraged  by this, you could decide to take the relationship to the next level by the end of 2017.

    March is undoubtedly the  best time in your professional life with an unmissable opportunity that you instantly grab. But despite your eagerness to embrace your new role, you are pulled back into the old one.  

    This makes May and June difficult, although you should make good progress by July.Financially, the best times are in June, July and October. September brings the allure of a big investment — examine it carefully before saying yes.

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