Your Weekly Horoscope

Sunday, August 27 – Saturday, September 2, 2017

Aries Aries March 21-April 19

Although you may have responsibilities, the focus on fun and leisure continues, which could be a bit of a distraction. You may not yet be ready to commit to your routine and getting more done, but you’ll get into your groove over the coming weeks. Restlessness could see you pursuing other options and finding it hard to settle, but a breakthrough may be possible because of this. The services of a coach or teacher could help you reach your full potential.

TaurusTaurus April 20 – May 20

As Mercury, the planet of talk and thought, moves back into your home zone, you may be drawn to connect with family and friends you haven’t seen in a while. The coming weeks can be a great opportunity for a reunion that gives you a chance to catch up. You might want to discuss your latest plans or introduce new members of the family to each other. On another note, pooling your resources can enable you to accomplish more than you might alone. It’s worth considering.

GeminiGemini May 21 – June 21

As talkative Mercury, your personal planet, moves back into Leo and your sector of communication, the coming weeks offer a chance to review recent plans and make any changes. Don’t be too quick to sign contracts or make promises or commitments, as things may not work out as planned during this phase. The days ahead could see you aspiring to bigger opportunities, but take your time and avoid making spontaneous decisions. If you can pace yourself, you might do very well.

CancerCancer June 22 – July 22

The coming days and weeks can be an opportunity to go over your accounts and review your spending. You could also benefit from taking whatever precautions might be necessary to keep your personal details safe. Even so, the urge to splurge could be particularly strong over the weekend, and this is something to watch out for. At the same time, an opportunity could appear out of the blue and you might need to be quick if you’re going to grab it.

LeoLeo July 23 – August 22

With Mercury, the planet of mind and communication, moving backward into your sign, the past could figure into the present. You may feel moved to hold a reunion, or you might unexpectedly encounter old friends or even an old flame. You could also be tempted to escape from too much routine and do something a little bit different, such as take a trip or enjoy some time alone. A big idea could prove successful if you put your mind to it.

VirgoVirgo August 23 – September 22

As convivial Mercury, your guide planet, backs into your sector of spirituality, you may find that you’re more in touch with your feelings, especially buried anger. This doesn’t mean that you should express it, but instead trace it back to its source. You also might want to channel this energy into vigorous exercise or hard work. If you do, you might feel fitter or accomplish more than you have in some time. On another note, a home-based project could succeed very nicely now.

LibraLibra September 23 – October 23

The coming week or so could bring opportunities for reunions, whether organized by you or another. This can be a chance to catch up on news and perhaps see more of these people in the future. It’s also possible that an unexpected encounter could encourage a spontaneous attraction. This might become a romance or friendship, but it could fade away unless you nurture it carefully. Regarding a key plan, detailed research and positive action can help you accomplish much.

ScorpioScorpio October 24 – November 21

You might need to revisit an idea, particularly if things aren’t working out as you’d hoped. But with quicksilver Mercury presently retrograde in your sector of goals, it would be just as well not to be in too much of a hurry. Meanwhile, an opportunity could become available, and this may be one occasion when you need to be quick off the mark or you could miss it. When it comes to money matters, allow your intuition to guide your actions.

SagittariusSagittarius November 22 – December 21

Are you thinking of going on a vacation? If so, it might be wise to check that you have everything you need. Also double-check your passport, tickets, and hotel accommodations. The coming days and weeks could coincide with misunderstandings or delays, but an unexpected detour or snafu could also prove beneficial. If you’ve been busy, you may opt for a spontaneous trip that allows you to explore new territory, and this could prove very revitalizing.

CapricornCapricorn December 22 – January 19

You could feel moved to review certain changes and consider how things have altered since they were implemented. In this instance, the focus is on a deeper emotional transformation that may be possible if you can let go of people or situations that no longer serve you. This can also be a time of insight, when the answer to a family matter could show up out of the blue and lead to a swift solution. It would still be wise to check the facts before you proceed.

AquariusAquarius January 20 – February 18

The present astrological backdrop could lead to misunderstandings unless you can make sure that others get your message. You might have more success if you’re prepared to talk things over and find positive solutions through discussion. An electric encounter could see you and another getting along very well, and this could lead to a new friendship or collaboration on a key project if you can maintain this bond. Cautiously stepping outside your comfort zone could be fun over the weekend.

PiscesPisces February 19 – March 20

You might need to go over a project you’ve already completed or review the details of a plan. You could find that by doing so things work out much better. Due to lively Mercury’s retrograde phase, you might need to take care in general if you’re to avoid mishaps. You might also be eager to look and feel healthier, especially if you want to impress a certain someone. But don’t do too much too soon. Pacing yourself can ensure you benefit from your efforts.

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