Horoscope: April 25, 2016

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Shelley Von Strunckel April 25, 2016

Aries | March 20 – April 19



Venus and inventive Uranus met, in Aries, a few days ago. While you may have spotted some of the exciting if unexpected events this triggered then, others won’t necessarily have been recognisable. Knowing that, explore absolutely every idea or offer that comes your way. What seems least promising could turn out brilliantly.

Taurus | April 20 – May 20



Ideally offers will be both appealing and clear cut enough you needn’t ask questions. At the moment, however, either the need for diplomacy, or complex circumstances, mean you must go along with things as they are. Learn from this and when you can make changes, they’ll be wise ones.

Gemini | May 21 – June 20



Dealing with the influence of Mars, which went retrograde last week, and your ruler Mercury, which begins moving backwards this Thursday, may seem worrying. But both are about discovering and facing problems, mostly from the past. Knowing that, instead of being concerned, you’ll welcome these, whatever form they take.

Cancer | June 21 – July 22



Although of the twelve signs, you’re more likely to have noticed the recent Full Moon, understanding the nature and extent of its influence is another matter. This is especially because it accented tricky and often unspoken issues with those you care about most, including family, loved ones and close friends.

Leo | July 23 – August 22



Last week your ruler the Sun moved into the crucial midheaven angle of your chart, beginning a cycle during which you’ll review your priorities. While you’re well aware of some of the issues that need attention, others could appear from nowhere. You’ll soon recognise they’re more urgent. Tackle them immediately.

Virgo | August 23 – September 22



Recent frank conversations will have clarified several tricky issues, some of which have caused you a lot of concern. Still, tempting as it is, it’s a little too early to start drawing up a master plan. Though both circumstances and your priorities are no longer as confused, yet more changes are on their way.

Libra | September 23 – October 22



As a Libra, planning ahead is so natural you don’t even realise you’re doing it. Consequently, when the unexpected events triggered by the recent link between your ruler Venus and Uranus took place, you were taken aback. Yet, equally, suddenly you’re free to do things that otherwise you’d never have done.

Scorpio | October 23 – November 21



Although you may be hoping the unsettling influence of the recent Scorpio Full Moon will pass swiftly, it has and will continue to yield powerful insights. While some have been clear cut, and you’re conscious what they’re bringing to your life, recognising the benefits of others will take considerably longer.

Sagittarius | November 22 – December 21



No sign enjoys change and the unexpected more than Sagittarius. In fact, if you’re feeling bored, you’ll stir things up, just to make life more interesting. Still, with determined Saturn and the now-retrograde Mars in your sign, even you might be temporarily overwhelmed by the powerful nature and pace of events.

Capricorn | December 22 – January 19



True, planning ahead is a virtue. However, the current planetary setup is focusing far more on the past, and especially on certain unresolved issues. Many regard situations that seemed deeply unfair at the time, and which you’ve since been unable to discuss. Raise these now. The resulting insights could change everything.

Aquarius | January 20 – February 17



Last week’s link between Venus, which accents both love and money, and your ruler Uranus wasn’t just powerful, you’ll be reviewing the events and ideas it triggered for some time. For now, make it your priority to discuss absolutely every option or offer. What seems least likely could turn out to be amazing.

Pisces | February 18 – March 19



The thing about planetary aspects that involve Uranus is that, because it signifies the unexpected, it’s unlikely you’ll be prepared for what arises. Still, as it’s also about breakthroughs, once you’ve had a chance to do a little investigation, you’ll realise that even seemingly disruptive changes are very timely indeed.

Published in The Express Tribune, April 25th,  2016.

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