Leo forecast for Monday February 24, 2020

'If they hadn't done that, this would never have happened'. Blaming someone for something never sounds good. One of the best examples of this can be found in old Scooby Doo episodes. They often ended with the wonderful line, 'I'd have got away with it if it hadn't been for those pesky kids'. Yet even the kids watching knew all along that the villain was going to get caught in the end. Your inner radar is operating at full capacity. The drama you're involved in will have a happy ending.

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February 23, 2020

Your Weekly Love Focus Horoscope: 'Perfection is an evil lord, Demanding ever greater tribute, It wields a sharp and heavy sword, That pierces deep to persecute'. The poet David Brown sums up the tyranny of perfectionism. We're all capable of striving to do our best; but when the quest for perfection takes hold, many other good things are cast aside. Have you recently allowed your desire to get things 'just right' cut you off from good experiences and people who could enrich your life? The New Moon brings a chance to reassess and change.

February 22, 2020

Your Weekly Horoscope: Lowering your standards, just because that's what everyone else is doing, isn't a good idea. Neither is fighting fire with fire. There's nothing to be gained by joining people just because you think you can join them. This week, the New Moon encourages you to protect and defend the integrity of your beliefs. If possible, do this with a Leonine regal air. If you act as if you have right on your side, you'll find, to your delight, that you do! Confidence in yourself and your rights, are the key to success.

February 21, 2020

They tell us that attack is the best form of defence. But you have to know what is confronting you, and where its vulnerable spots are. You're caught up in a battle with a shape-shifting, ill-defined foe. If you don't aim your metaphorical weapons in the right direction, you're only going to stir up more trouble - and you don't want that. This weekend, under the Dark of the Moon, it's best to lie low and wait for a solution to appear. With patience, you can free yourself from this challenge.

Celebrity Leo

Jennifer Lawrence 15 August 1990

February 20, 2020

Is there a particular topic, that's close to your heart, that you can't help but feel passionate about? So much so that as soon as anyone mentions it, you can't stop yourself from expressing your thoughts? While your enthusiasm is admirable, it becomes problematic when it takes over so that your time is no longer your own. The Jupiter-Neptune link offers a chance to stand back. You don't need to feel so vulnerable. You don't have to take someone else's problems on board any more.

February 19, 2020

What did you do? What did you say? It's as if you've woken up after one of those long, wild nights out, and are trying to remember exactly what happened. You're attempting to piece together recent events and developments so that you can work out what to do next. Have you put yourself into an impossible position? As you begin to review the situation with a calmer, more pragmatic view, things will start to fall into place today. You're in a much stronger situation than you think.

February 18, 2020

The Simon and Garfunkel song, America, has a lovely lyric: 'She said the man in the gabardine suit was a spy. I said, be careful his bow tie is really a camera.' It somehow manages to convey a delightfully idealistic escapade, at a time that it's easy to look back on and romanticise. The song was composed in the era when secret agents were in the news and the first James Bond films were hitting the screens. You don't need to be suspicious of any 'baddies in disguise' in your life now.

February 17, 2020

They say that it 'takes two to tango'; which is all well and good, but how many guitarists are involved? And what about the dance instructor who's teaching the art of rhythmically moving whilst creating dramatic poses? And, we haven't considered the people who hire out the dance studio, let alone the builders who constructed it. When we think about what's going on behind the scenes, there are more contributing influences than we think. The factors behind a problem can help you find a solution.