Birthday Stars

Being told your birthday chart indicates you’re about to be disillusioned may not seem like good news. However, you’ve been devoting time, effort, money and, in some cases, emotional support to people and, equally, situations that give you very little in return. Yet you’ve all sorts of justifications for this. It’s time to examine each. You may have lots of excuses, but each is in some way, undermining you. The solution? Either reorganise the arrangement or bid it farewell. It won’t be easy, but it’s vital.

Sun 08 December - 2019



Sun 08 December - 2019


Although you’d assume it’s clear that when you move into a new cycle, inevitably you must leave elements of the past behind, you still resist the idea. In fact, you’re determined to keep as much that’s familiar as you can. Give it a try. However, within days, you’ll realise it’s completely unrealistic.


Little is more upsetting that being let down by somebody you’ve trusted. Tempting as it is to say nothing, ask what happened, and if there was any problem. Judging by the current planetary setup, not only are there tricky issues to deal with, if you team up together, you’ll be able to tackle the matter in question and, probably, several other problems as well.


Sometimes disappointments aren’t merely a nuisance, but forcing you to recognise that once-worthwhile arrangements, personal or out in the world, no longer work. When these arise, resist the temptation to battle them and, instead, let go. This may not be easy, but you’re clearing the way for thrilling and often unexpected events during the coming months. Meanwhile, invest time in doing those things you’ve never had time for, including relaxing with loved ones, family and old friends. This will remind you what you’ve been missing.

Year to come

For ages life’s been way too predictable. The dramatic changes triggered by the Leo eclipsed Full Moon on 21 January kick start a cycle of growth, in terms of activities and encounters that will take you into mid-year. Explore each - this inquisitive mood will prove helpful when events prompt unexpected changes in your work or lifestyle. And take chances. Within months what seemed unrealistic will intrigue if not delight you. Also, focus on balancing life’s pleasures with looking after your wellbeing, physical and otherwise. Instead of making eating better or toning your body a duty, have fun - get others involved. Most of all, savour every day and month. Each will be thrilling, but when things come together until the year’s close, it will be spectacular.