Horoscope: April 10, 2016

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Shelley Von Strunckel April 10, 2016

Aries | March 20 – April 19



While it’s unlikely you’ll be happy about being forced to revisit recent decisions, there really is no choice. The circumstances in several situations have changed, far more than you realise, and are still in transition. Once you’re actually discussing how you could benefit, you’ll realise how worthwhile those discussions are.

Taurus | April 20 – May 20



Planning ahead isn’t just a virtue, it’s a relief. Getting certain situations organised makes it easier to settle others. However, with Mercury having already encountered the unpredictable Uranus, the Sun doing so now and your ruler Venus meeting it on the 22nd, changes will be as frequent as they are exciting.

Gemini | May 21 – June 20



Disappointing as setbacks are, they’re doing you a favour. First, they’re slowing your pace, enough you’ve time to consider your existing situation. This, in turn, means you’ll be able to delve into the new ideas or offers coming your way, and in depth. So much, in fact, you’ll soon be making decisions.

Cancer | June 21 – July 22



For ages you’ve been thinking about reorganising elements of your domestic setup or working life. The recent New Moon accented these, and in turn raised questions about certain arrangements you regarded as unchanging. Worrying as this seems initially, once your questions are answered, you’ll recognise how timely changes would be.

Leo | July 23 – August 22



At the moment, there’s a fine line between everyday complications and the kind of setbacks that can, if investigated, prove amazingly enlightening. Knowing that, at least delve into the source of any difficulties. At minimum, you’ll spot how to prevent a recurrence. But you might learn something even more important.

Virgo | August 23 – September 22



On the final day of March, your ruler Mercury met the planet of innovation, Uranus, and now the Sun does. These encounters aren’t about single events, although you’ll notice sudden developments. Rather, they’re more about the process of revolutionising your perspective, on existing arrangements but, even more, on the future.

Libra | September 23 – October 22



The last thing you want to do is put somebody on the spot. But if you don’t address one particular concern swiftly, things will only become more complicated by the day. Besides, the actual issue is itself changing, which means your concerns could turn into a helpful talking point for everybody.

Scorpio | October 23 – November 21



When making certain arrangements you didn’t mention tricky issues because they had little relevance to the matter in question. While that was the case at the time, things have changed, and those changes have put the issues in the spotlight. Discuss them frankly and openly, and the sooner the better.

Sagittarius | November 22 – December 21



Although you’re by no means sentimental, every once in a while something stirs deep feelings. That seems to be the case with one particular arrangement that’s coming to an end. Unexpected as this reaction is, it shows how much you’ve enjoyed and benefitted from this. Yet, still, you must say farewell.

Capricorn | December 22 – January 19



As a Capricorn, you prefer to make a plan once, and properly. This means you’ll think about everything, from time and money, to minor details. Judging by the current unsettled planetary setup, changes are likely. Knowing that, focus on a master plan. All those details and fine-tuning arrangements can wait.

Aquarius | January 20 – February 17



Events or, perhaps, keeping the peace in close relationships require that you compromise, and in a way that makes you feel very uncomfortable indeed. Still, tensions are growing and you have no choice. Do it. Once you’re looking back on this in retrospect, you’ll realise how necessary these changes were.

Pisces | February 18 – March 19



It’s rare that disputes irritate you so much you insist on having the last word. While who says what matters little to others, the issues you address and questions you’re forced to answer will make a huge difference in your thinking. And not merely about the issues currently on your mind.

Published in The Express Tribune, April 10th, 2016.

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