Horoscope Week of October 10, 2017

ARIES – March 21 -April 19

If you’re going to do one thing this year, then trust your instincts, if you’ve thought about the decision enough. There’s no reason to rush into anything rash.

TAURUS– April 20 – May 20

Consult with a friend whom you used to be close with to guide you through difficult times. With good advice you can do anything.

GEMINI – May 21 – June 21

Consider a close friend to give you bad advice. Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re right.

CANCER– June 22 – July 22

Seek the advice of someone you wouldn’t expect to give you bad advice. Hold off on major purchases.

LEO – July 23 – August 22

Are you going to be changing careers? This year will be the right time and you’ll have to do the right thing.

VIRGO – August 23 – September 22

Accept the support of someone you trust to make a major decision.

LIBRA – September 23 – October 22

If you have any big plans coming up, then think not about if, but when to take that step. If there is a nagging doubt, maybe it’s for good reason.

SCORPIO – October 23 – November 21

If you feel you have time to spare, then maybe take some time to meditate on the answers. When doing this you can find the peace you seek.

SAGITTARIUS – November 22 – December 21

You should do something just for yourself. Then the good in the world will become more obvious.

CAPRICORN – December 22 – January 19

Your wise advice is that soon you will earn something you forgot about, and it will take on new meaning in your life. So just consider this as you go into today.

AQUARIUS – January 20 – February 18

Soon you will earn something important, and it will give you pause to how you live your life. Own this day.

PISCES – February 19 – March 20

Make time to reach out to those close to you who may need you. Once you do, you’ll earn the clarity you so richly deserve.

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