Horoscope: November 27, 2016

Your stars today

Shelley Von Strunckel November 27, 2016
Your stars today

Your Stars Today

Aries | March 20 – April 18

Sometimes disagreements are best dealt with the moment they arise. But those you’re facing at the moment aren’t nearly as pressing as they seem. Discuss the situation enough you’re sure everybody understands the nature of the issue. Then back off and let destiny work things out for you.

Taurus | April 19 – May 19

Appealing as the idea of finalising certain arrangements may be, judging by the unsettling planetary activity that continues until early December, it’s unrealistic. The trick is to organise plans but ensure they’re flexible enough you can make substantial changes, probably more than once, and often at the last minute.

Gemini | May 20 – June 19

Clear cut as the words and actions of others seem, don’t draw any conclusions just yet. Often the individual in question was cornered into doing something that wasn’t their idea. In fact, they weren’t at all happy about it. Once you discuss this, within a few days, it will all make sense.

Cancer | June 20 – July 21

While there’s no escaping the coming days’ unsettling and, frequently, completely unexpected developments, they’ll turn out far better than you anticipate, at least now. The trick is to explore absolutely everything, including seemingly unappealing options. That how they appear on the surface. Once you learn more, you’ll recognise their appeal.

Leo | July 22 – August 21

Recent unexpected developments have forced you to review elements of your life you regard as unchanging. Unsettling as this process is, you’ve long felt trapped. It’s just you’ve had no idea how or when to make changes. Now destiny is doing it for you, and at exactly the right time.

Virgo | August 22 – September 21

Disruptive as sudden changes in plans may be, there really is no choice. You’d regret trying to cope. Not only are the circumstances in question shifting, and dramatically, the fresh perspective that accompanies Tuesday’s New Moon will make it clear that a top to bottom rethink isn’t just wise, it’s necessary.

Libra | September 22 – October 21

Judging by the powerful alliance between your ruler Venus and the inventive Uranus, and within a few days, you’ll come up with some thrilling but unexpected ideas. Don’t allow the fact that, inevitably, these would be disruptive keep you from suggesting them. Others will be as excited about them as you are.

Scorpio | October 22 – November 20

Intriguing as the changes or innovative ideas currently being discussed are, you can’t imagine how they’d fit with existing arrangements. While you might need to rethink some things, once you begin, you’ll realise that, actually, there’ll be very little problem and, better yet, those changes will be hugely beneficial.

Sagittarius | November 21 – December 20

Although the actual Sagittarius New Moon isn’t until Tuesday, the odds are good you’re already spotting elements of the fresh perspective it’s bringing. Knowing that, when new ideas or unexpected developments arise, explore them all, even those that hold little interest. What seems least promising could turn out to be amazing.

Capricorn | December 21 – January 19

It would be easy to hope that the halfway arrangements you’ve made with others will be enough to last until the rather exciting plans can be formalised, probably in a month’s time. But that’s not only unwise, those who’ve little information could make false and, therefore, troublesome assumptions. Discuss everything frankly now.

Aquarius | January 20 – February 18

Tempting as it is to discuss recent clashes with those whose wisdom you respect, it’s not only unwise, it would upset you. Sometimes the individuals involved need time, both time apart and time to think. This being the case, wait a while, possibly several weeks, before you mention it again.

Pisces | February 19 – March 19

Planning ahead may be a virtue but even the simplest of arrangements are unlikely to last long, mostly because of the rather unsettled yet exciting planetary setup. The trick is to ensure everybody knows what you’re organising is a bit of an experiment, so when changes arise, they’ll be no surprises.

Published in The Express Tribune, November 27th, 2016.


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