Taurus forecast for Friday August 06, 2020

When life becomes too repetitive it tends to lose its magic. So, as long as you're doing something a little bit differently, you have an increased sense of value. The novelty factor doesn't necessarily have to be high; it doesn't even need to be measurable in order to be effective. A sense of emotional or mental wellbeing is more than enough to energise and motivate you. It's also okay to be uncertain in regards to an aspect of your situation. You're in the throes of making a valuable discovery.

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August 06, 2020

When life becomes too repetitive it tends to lose its magic. So, as long as you're doing something a little bit differently, you have an increased sense of value. The novelty factor doesn't necessarily have to be high; it doesn't even need to be measurable in order to be effective. A sense of emotional or mental wellbeing is more than enough to energise and motivate you. It's also okay to be uncertain in regards to an aspect of your situation. You're in the throes of making a valuable discovery.

August 05, 2020

The more energy you invest in a challenging scenario, the more challenging it risks becoming. So it's worth investigating the possibility of being able to adapt temporarily to an uncomfortable situation; or at least shelve dealing with it for a day or two. Mercury's move into a new sector of the sky brings the promise of a new way of seeing an old situation. Soon enough, you'll find a way to set things straight and put them on the right track. As things fall into place, you just need to wait and stay calm.

August 04, 2020

When an outcome hasn't gone our way, we sometimes reassure ourselves with the thought that 'there was really no way of knowing'. But that's never quite true. Few consequences are entirely unforeseeable. They're usually logical (if, occasionally left-field) conclusions to a series of emotions and events. If we'd thought about it carefully enough, we might have been able to redirect an outcome or two. You face a choice between the easy and the unfamiliar. There's no real reason to choose the former.

Celebrity Taurus

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August 03, 2020

Discovering what other people think about us can be a surprise. Working out what they expect us to do can also be a shock. Although we're naturally sensitive to different perspectives and play up to them (giving people more of what they want) it's important to watch this tendency to adapt to other people's needs; if we're not careful, we can lose sight of our true selves. The powerful Full Moon shines its light on a decision. Try basing your choice on honest self-awareness.

August 02, 2020

Your Weekly Love Focus Horoscope: If you've ever watched a cricket match, you'll know how much of the game is about psychology. As the bowler runs in to deliver a 90mph ball, the other fielders walk towards the lone batsman. It must feel very intimidating. Yet, when the batsman hits shots to the corners of the ground, he becomes the one in charge. You find yourself in new emotional territory. But once you put your situation in perspective, you'll overcome your anxieties and start playing the game with freedom and verve - and hit the ball out of the park!

August 01, 2020

Your August Monthly Horoscope: Since money doesn't keep our planet spinning around, neither is it going to bring it crashing to a halt. Although it's tempting to make it the villain of the piece, it's our love of it, not the thing itself, that causes problems. This month, rather than looking for something to blame, you'd be much better off focusing on all the amazing things people are doing. Although your material situation isn't guaranteed to improve in August, with the right attitude, you'll become spiritually and emotionally enriched.

July 31, 2020

It's a fact of life that, as we grow older, it becomes harder for us to find our way around. Every road we take, every shop front we pass, ever pub, reminds us of how things used to be - the places we used to frequent, the friends we would meet, and the laughter and tears that accompanied those events. People and places become intertwined. Every now and then we have to shake ourselves. Those days are gone. It's today that matters. Don't let a memory confuse your enjoyment of the present.